This gorgeous Sealyham Terrier has the most expressive eyes and serene expression! He was issued for Royal Doulton in 1938 as part of the "Dogs of Character" series, which was a series of 12 dogs, modeled in various poses, and believed to be inspired by the works of Cecil Aldin, a popular British artist and illustrator. He was retired in 1959. He sits 3" tall x 3 3/4" long x 2" wide, and he is in mint condition. He is one of the more difficult- to- find dogs of this collection. If you collect this series or are tempted to, now's the time to snatch this pup up! He also works well in a mix with other Sealyham figurines and framed artwork by different artists. We always like to see how our dogs group together, so take a look at the last photo to see this dog looks alongside the other 3 dogs from the "Dogs of Character" series that we currently have.
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