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Welcome to the Hagen Renaker Online Museum. The purpose of this webpage is to share information about Hagen Renaker and their incredible line of figurines. Hopefully, these pages will make collecting Hagen Renaker easier for everyone. The HR books that have been published provide a wealth of written information and beautiful photographs, but they don't picture many variations, or show you how pieces change from Monrovia to San Dimas to San Marcos.

Here you can see 8 variations of the Siamese Cat Ah Choo, 4 with tail out and 4 with tail in, including the very rare Abyssinian and Blue Point Siamese. Many of the pieces pictured are rare with only a few examples known. Some pieces are unique. There are over 1,200 pictures showing more than 4,500 Hagen Renaker pieces. I'm always happy to answer questions. Hope you enjoy everything.

I believe pictures are the best way to learn about Hagen Renaker, but I have also included a brief history of Hagen Renaker. Click the link below.

Brief Hagen Renaker History

I am always looking to buy any nice horse and animal figurines, from single pieces to large collections. We have lots of Hagen Renaker pieces for sale in our Ebay store. Click the link below to visit my Ebay store. You can select current or retired pieces by category.

Hagen Renakers For Sale In My Ebay Store

Click on the Directory Link at the top of this page to see the complete listing of pages showing color pictures of more Hagen Renaker horses and animals. Lots of pieces are pictured including some very rare color variations and test colors that you won't see anywhere else. I've also included small sections on Freeman McFarlin, Renaker Brazel, Loza Electrica, George Ford Morris, Francis W. Eustis, the Maureen Love Estate, plus a section on American Folk Art carved wooden horses produced by Grand Wood Carvings.

Various Hagen Renaker Dealer Signs

The groups of signs pictured above are all 7 inches long.
The Miniatures sign is larger than the rest at 11 3/4 by 2 3/4 inches
Hard to read but it says Hagen Renaker California along the bottom
It may be a one of a kind piece.
The duckling butter pat advertising piece is about 3 1/2 inches
The large sign and the butter pat are both very early advertising pieces

I think the various signs Hagen Renaker used over the years provides an interesting look back at company history. Hagen Renaker made different sizes of signs or plaques as they call them. The large sized horse plaque is from the San Dimas Designers Workshop line. A matching DW San Marcos sign featuring the Mother Goose was also made, but isn't pictured. I don't believe a Disney Sign was ever produced, although a cardboard mock-up Disney sign was probably used for photography. Other signs were used in the early days. Plastic signs were also used on top of miniature display racks. The Mini Medley sign is for a company that distributed miniature music boxes. The pottery parts for these music boxes and this sign were made by Hagen Renaker. Some of these music boxes are pictured in later pages.

A Sample of the Incredible Artistry of Hagen Renaker

See the hundreds of pictures showing many variations in this On-Line Museum

DW Nataf and one of a Kind DW Modern Horse

Hawaiian Keikis & Rare Test Starfish

Disney Practical Pig Bank

Mini Seahorse on Coral

Little Horribles Toothy

Rare DW Banty Chickens

DW Impala

Monrovia DW Cape Buffalo

DW Seated Kitten

Click The Link Below To see My Hagen Renaker Want List

Hagen Renaker Want List

My name is Sheri and my husband is Ed and we are big animal lovers. We seriously collect Hagen Renaker. We have 4 boys, Robert, Eddie, Steven and Tim. Two of our children still live at home. Our Ebay user ID is hr-horsenut.

Email me at horsenut@gate.net if I can be of any help.

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Ed & Sheri Alcorn
13152 Rose Terrace
Hudson, Florida 34669
(727) 808-4829 Ed
(727) 808-4829 Sheri

This webpage is always under construction.
We add more pictures and text on a regular basis.
Come back and visit anytime.

Hagen Renaker On-Line Museum 1997-20014