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Anyone have a clue where this dog came from?

Posted by javaandjazz (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 28, 10 at 15:42

This was my grandfather's and after he passed my mom give it to me. It's quite small, maybe 3" tall. I can't quite make out the mark on the back, maybe one of you can? Thanks!

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RE: Anyone have a clue where this dog came from?

When a Mommy dog and a Daddy dog love each other a whole lot...
I'm thinking it was a premium given away with some product. It's not very distinguished.
Casey


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RE: Anyone have a clue where this dog came from?

Try getting an etching of the mark. Tape a piece of tissue paper over the mark and rub it with a soft lead pencil. Hopefully the mark will pop out more and allow you to read it.


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RE: Anyone have a clue where this dog came from?

Distinguished or not, it would have a spot on my shelf :-)
It's very cute. Have you tried checking ebay for china dogs?

KarinL


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