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CO LLEC T I N G DI SN E Y L AND EXH I BITION AND AUCTION

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If you are reading this, then we likely have some things in common. You and I both have passions that influence our lives. For me, I have always had a fascination and love for Animation and Disneyland. These two things have changed my entire life, even from an early age. I wasn’t from California, and didn’t grow up near the park like some did. However, every Sunday evening I would watch Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. That program let me become familiar with the park and the classic animated characters we know so well, as if I were actually there. I remember driving to the park on our first family vacation to Disneyland, and through the window in the back seat, I could see the Matterhorn looming in the distance as we got close. To my younger self, the mountain seemed larger than life, as did my excitement. My memories of my first visit influenced me to follow my passions, just as yours likely influenced you to read this catalog. We all have reasons for our fascination with Disneyland, and the history and memorabilia associated with it. So, what do I do? Well, I collect. I grab onto pieces of history, not necessarily to preserve them for future generations, but so that my personal memories of the park can be preserved. However, I have found that when you start to find pieces that really mean something to you, you run into people who have similar experiences and passions, and new friendships grow from old memories. While creating this catalog, I was able to meet a lot of collectors who each had a different style of collecting and who collected different things. These collectors all had the same passion for the park that you and I do. For example, Collector Kevin Doherty is one of the most passionate collectors I have ever met. He preserves, restores, and presents every item in his collection with the utmost care and pride. Kevin spent two long years restoring a pair of PeopleMover ride vehicles to their original functioning condition. His home rivals many museums and is a mecca for Disneyland history. I also had the pleasure of meeting Collector Jim Owen. Jim has a level of passion for Attraction Posters that I have yet to find in anyone else. His collection, one of the largest in the world, contains many pieces that are considered one-of-a-kind. To walk through his home is to walk through a visual history of Disneyland; one unequaled anywhere else in the world. Collector Jim Felicita told me the story of when he visited Disneyland for the first time in 1956 on a family Summer Vacation. When Jim first went on the Flight to the Moon attraction as a child, he thought he had actually gone to the moon and back, and set his sights on joining the U.S Space Program. Jim thanks Disneyland for leading him on a successful career in the Aerospace Industry. There are over 20 collectors that have shared pieces of their collection with me for this auction. Each one has a story and a reason for collecting and I have enjoyed meeting every one of them. I hope that through this catalog, you can meet them too. Please enjoy their passion for collecting, and start or enhance your own collection if you find a piece that means something to you. Walt had this same level of passion for Disneyland, and I personally thank him for the memories his park has brought me, and for the friendships I have made from those memories along the way.

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INTRODUCTION................................... 4 FOREWORD........................................ 6 PAPER............................................ 8 CONCEPT.......................................... 42 POSTERS.......................................... 72 COSTUMES....................................... 132 PROPS............................................. 158 SOUVENIRS....................................... 198 DINING AT DISNEY.............................. 238 ART CORNER/GALLERY......................... 252 INDEX............................................. 272 REGISTRATION................................... 274 TERMS AND CONDITIONS...................... 276

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I was lucky enough as a child in the 1970s to be able to visit Disneyland once or twice a year. While it’s hard for me to remember my first trip in great detail, I do remember becoming fascinated with the attraction posters that greeted me upon arriving at the park. Little did I know that my appreciation for these posters would develop into a collection that would help preserve the early history of Disneyland. I can fondly remember that these posters were originally displayed on the monorail pylons, within the tunnels under the Main Street station, and upon the walls of the Penny Arcade and Carnation Plaza gardens. Almost everywhere I went in the park; I would see the iconic imagery of my favorite attractions prominently displayed. At the time, I thought these posters were the originals. I believed that each of them were one-of-a- kind, and as unique as the attractions themselves. I never even considered the idea that I could someday own one of these posters. To my younger self, that would be like thinking you could own the Matterhorn! After all, they didn’t even want you to take flash photography on the rides; how could you ever own something as significant to the park as an attraction poster? Years later, I was in a band with some of my good friends. One of them invited me over to give me a tour of his living space, what I saw, I remembered seeing so many times as a child. I’d look to the left and I would see posters for the Haunted Mansion and Adventure Thru Inner Space. Then I’d look right and I would see posters for the Disneyland Hotel, Primeval World, and the PeopleMover! I excitedly exclaimed, “I know what these are!” and I knew just by seeing them that they were not reproductions. But I had no idea how these ended up in my friend’s possession. I asked him, “You can get these?! I must have some! I’ll pay any price!” At that moment, my friend knew he had a compatriot. He sold me my first two posters: Dumbo and the PeopleMover. From then on, I was hooked. Soon, my friend introduced me to another collector. He had been collecting Disneyland posters since the 1970s and told me that back when he started, the attraction posters were selling between $30 and $40 apiece. In fact, when a friend of his at Disneyland wanted to sell him a Pirates of the Caribbean attraction poster for $75, he was incensed at the price gouging! My new collector friend helped me to find much of my collection. He knew just about every person who collected these pieces of history (as many of them had purchased the posters directly from him in the first place). With the help of both my friends and many other passionate collectors I have met along the way, I now have a nearly complete collection of all the original Disneyland attraction posters. I’ll probably never complete my collection, but even when I started, that was never the point. The enjoyment has been from trying, from finding new and rare posters, and from meeting like-minded people along the way. I am very happy to be fortunate enough to have even one Disneyland attraction poster, let alone having a nearcomplete collection. The feeling these posters give me is the same feeling I had as a child, and it puts me right over the moon. All aboard the TWA Rocket.

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I first realized I had a collector’s nature in 1968. That’s when I saw my first James Bond movie. I was so enthralled with the film, that I wrote in to their publicity department in New York and, low and behold, they sent me publicity pictures! That’s what did it. From then on, I was hooked. From my youth, I started to hold on to and display every Bond-related publicity item and toy I could get my hands on. Over time, I had accumulated a collection of over 10,000 James Bond items. I had years of enjoying and sharing these items with the many friends and fellow collectors that I met while pursuing my passion, but in the end, I sold the collection to help pay for my wedding. One love decreased as another increased. However, my wife Jan and I were able to find things that we were both passionate about, and that we could collect together. Disneyland specifically, was something we both remembered fondly from our childhoods. Our Disneyland collection started with small purchases of what we liked to look at and display. Through finding pieces to add to our collection, we met other fans and cast-members who had the same passion for the park that we had. As these friendships grew, so did our collection. As our collection grew, it often meant a lot of research was required. Research means history. The history of these pieces becomes the history of the park. That fascinates me to no end. Comparing stories with other collectors to try and figure out the truth of the history of the park is sort of like being an archeologist. It’s exciting to find that an early Disneyland ashtray was made in a color or size I wasn’t aware of before, or that a menu was pulled because of a price error. In the past, Jan and I have displayed pieces at exhibits to generate excitement about collecting. Many people say “I didn’t know that existed” or “I didn’t know you could collect these things”. We hope these kinds of displays encourage people to start their own hunt for what they are passionate about. These displays also bring out the love of Disneyland many people share. I remember the first time we exhibited a PeopleMover ride vehicle. We allowed people to sit and take pictures in our display, which was the first of its kind. There was a father and his son that came by our display. The son wasn’t old enough to have ever ridden the PeopleMover, but he listened intently to his dad describe the attraction, and as his eyes lit up at imagining what his dad had once seen. That moment best showed me why I collect. By collecting, we are preserving memories. Not just for ourselves, but for the countless others who have similar fond memories. True collecting is not just gathering pieces you like to look at, or items that others find valuable. True collecting is about preserving, sharing, and appreciating the art, history, and human accomplishment that is represented in each piece of your collection. That’s a very worthwhile effort in my book.

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1. ORIGINAL PRELIMINARY NARRATION FOR TOMORROWLAND ROCKET SHIP THEATRE. (Disneyland, 1954) Amazingly rare early script for the narration in the Tomorrowland Rocket Ship Theatre, later named Flight to the Moon. This (13) page typewritten script came from the estate of Tomorrowland Art Director Gabriel Scognamillo, and is signed by him in the upper left corner. Early attraction development material like this almost never surfaces. An entertaining read, the script is very similar to the final version, and many elements were kept throughout the evolution of the attraction. Measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition and with minor wear. $500 - $700

2. WALT DISNEY SIGNED WED ENTERPRISES DOCUMENT. (WED, 1956) Formed in 1952 by Walt Disney to develop plans for Disneyland, WED Enterprises was an independent private company and was the home of Walt Disney Imagineering. This one page document is the minutes for the annual board of directors meeting of the company in 1956. It is hand-signed by Secretary Royal Clark, and Chairman of the Board, Walt Disney. Measures 8.5”x11”. In good condition with only slight wear. $2,500 - $3,000

3. WALT DISNEY SIGNED CHECK. (Walt Disney, 1964) Walt Disney hand-signed check beautifully framed and presented with a color photo of Walt Disney at Disneyland. The check, made out to Disney himself, bears a bold “Walter E. Disney” ballpoint signature. Together with the color photo, the entire framed piece measures 24”x26”. Check is in very good condition with expected wear. $3,000 - $3,500

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4. DISNEYLAND (3) PRE-OPENING HALLMARK NOTECARDS. (Disneyland, 1954) A rare set of (3) notecards distributed by Hallmark before the opening of Disneyland. Published during the early stages of development of the park, the images featured are Main Street, The Riverboat (later named the Mark Twain), and the Fairy Castle with Snow Mountain (Sleeping Beauty’s Castle). Each card measures 5”x4”. All are in fine condition. $50 - $100

5. DISNEYLAND PRE-OPENING SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIFICATIONS FOR LESSEES BOOKLET. (Disneyland, 1955) Corporate sponsors were a very important part of Disneyland. They brought in much-needed revenue, but also entertainment value in the form of storefronts, educational displays and content to the park. This extremely rare (the only one we have ever seen) pre-opening (7) page “supplementary specifications for lessees booklet” outlines some of the guidelines that were required to participate in the building of the park. Instructions on submitting interior designs, and getting approvals were important to keep the look and feel of the park in the hands of Disney. Measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $500 - $1,000

6. ORIGINAL (9) PAGES OF CORRESPONDENCE STUDIO MEMOS CONCERNING TOMORROWLAND. (Disneyland, 1955) Wonderful grouping of (9) pages of correspondence and in-house memos between Tomorrowland Art Director Gabriel Scognamillo and sponsors of exhibits in the land, including American Motors, Kaiser Aluminum, ABC, and the American Dairy Association. Dating between March and June of 1955, the letters and memos illustrate how close to its opening Tomorrowland was still being developed. All measure 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with expected edge wear and yellowing. $400 - $600

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7. ORIGINAL (15) PAGES OF CORRESPONDENCE STUDIO MEMOS CONCERNING THE TOMORROWLAND CLOCK OF THE WORLD. (Disneyland, 1955) Tomorrowland was the last land to be developed, and with construction starting only 6 months before the opening of the park, Art Director Gabriel Scognamillo had his hands full. These (15) pages of correspondence between Scognamillo and U.S. Time, as well as in-studio memos, illustrate the speed at which the clock was designed and manufactured. The Clock of the World became the centerpiece at the entrance to Tomorrowland. The letters, dated between March and June of 1955, talk about placement, logos, design, materials and construction. In-house memos with the merchandising department deal with the manufacture of a functioning model of the clock to be sold in the park... something that did not come to fruition. An extraordinary look into the development of Tomorrowland. All pages are in very good condition with some wear and staining. $800 - $1,000

8. WED ENTERPRISES INTER-OFFICE MEMO CONCERNING DISNEYLAND. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare inter-office memo dated May 17th, 1955 from Dick Irvine to the art directors of Disneyland, preparing them for the move from their Burbank offices to Anaheim and the construction site. Included is their per diem compensation as well as a list of local hotels. Memo measures 8”x5.5”. and is stapled to a 8.5”x11” hotel list. The larger piece has creasing and staining along the bottom. $100 - $200

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9. COLLECTION OF (10) INTER-OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS CONCERNING CORPORATE SPONSORS AT DISNEYLAND. (Disneyland, 1955) Fascinating collection of (10) inter-office memos dealing with the corporate sponsors and the construction of Tomorrowland. Dated between February and May of 1955, topics include the inclusion of TWA logos on all concepts of the rocket, and dealings with Monsanto, National Lead, Bethlehem Steel, Crane, The American Dairy Association and many others. Also included is Scognamillo’s 1955 business card. Documents measure 11”x8.5” and are in very good condition. $200 - $400


10. DISNEY TELEVISION EDUCATIONAL GUIDE FOR DISNEYLAND AND THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB TV SHOWS. (Disneyland, 1955) Early Disney educational guide distributed to teachers in order to assist them in using Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club and Disneyland TV shows in their curriculum. The (8) page guide lists all upcoming programs and their teaching opportunities as well as a (7) page insert with teaching guides for specific shows. A wonderful example of Disney’s marketing reach. Also included are two folders, one with a Disneyland logo, and another, dated 1956, with the Mickey Mouse Club on the cover. The guide measures 9”x12”. In fine condition. $150 - $250 11. DISNEYLAND PRE-OPENING LOS ANGELES TIMES NEWS SUPPLEMENT. (Disneyland, 1955) This gorgeous full color (20) page news supplement, dated July 15th, 1955, was issued by California area newspapers a mere two days before the grand opening of Disneyland. It was a no-holds barred push on Disney’s part to saturate the media markets with everything Disneyland. The supplement was a paid advertisement brimming with park info and amazing concept art from the park’s development. Measures 10.75”x13.25”. In good condition with expected wear and creases. $200 - $300

12. DISNEYLAND PRE-OPENING ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER NEWS SUPPLEMENT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare full color (12) page oversize news supplement, dated July 15th, 1955, placed in the Orange County Register a mere two days before the grand opening of Disneyland. It was a no-holds barred push on Disney’s part to saturate the media markets with everything Disneyland. The supplement was a paid advertisement brimming with park info and amazing concept art from the park’s development. Measures 15.25”x23”. In fair condition, tears and creases in front page and edge wear throughout. $200 - $300

13. HERBERT RYMAN PERSONAL DISNEY WED IMAGINEERING BUSINESS CARD. (WED, 1950s) Original 1950s WED Imagineering business card for legendary Imagineer Herb Ryman. Ryman, who joined the Disney Studios in 1938, left in the 40s, but returned in 1953 at the request of his friend Walt Disney, to help him design and create artwork for a new theme park. It was Ryman’s initial designs that were used to secure investors for the project. Measures 2”x3.75”. In fine condition. $200 - $300

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14. RARE DISNEYLAND OPENING DAY TICKETS, PARKING PASS, AND BUMPER STICKER. (Disneyland, 1955) An incredible page from a Disney Studio employee scrapbook featuring a pre-opening bumper sticker, (2) opening day tickets, an opening day parking pass, the studio memo offering the tickets, a 1957 invitation to a party at Holidayland, and a 1957 Santa Fe Railroad ticket. Disneyland’s grand opening on July 17th, 1955 was an invitation only affair. Employees and their families, sponsors of the park and other VIPs were invited. The public opening was scheduled for July 18th. In order to control the crowds, as well as prepare for the live televised ceremonies, tickets were color coded with specific arrival times. These silver tickets designated a 2:30 PM arrival time for the guests. The silver parking pass is extremely scarce as most were used and destroyed. As rare as the tickets are, finding a pair, a matching parking pass and studio invitation is unheard of. In addition, the pre-opening bumper sticker is rarely offered for public sale. All items are in good to very good condition and are still mounted on the original scrapbook page. The parking pass shows the most wear from use. The page has been professionally framed to 28”x22”. An incredible piece of Disney history. $5,000 - $7,000

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15. EXTREMELY RARE 1955 DISNEYLAND MAIN GATE COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION TICKET. (Disneyland, 1955) Extremely rare complimentary admission ticket good for Disneyland’s first year of operation. One of the few examples we have seen, this 2.25”x3.75” ticket may have been a sample or display piece as it has a “void” punch and glue and paper residue on reverse from being displayed in a book. Still an incredibly rare piece and a must-have for any ticket collector. $200 - $400

16. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB CIRCUS GATE FLYER, ADMISSION TICKET, PROGRAM, AND EMPLOYEE LETTER. (Disneyland, 1955-1956) A wonderful grouping of memorabilia from the short-lived Mickey Mouse Club Circus. The attraction opened in November of 1955 and was a showcase for the newly formed Mickey Mouse Club (the TV show had premiered a month earlier). Featuring the Mouseketeers and a variety of circus-style acts, the show was not as popular as the other unique attractions in the park, and closed before the end of the year in 1956. Included in this lot is a rare 5.5”x8.5” gate flyer for the attraction (good condition with center crease), an original 1956 admission ticket to the attraction (fine condition), a 1955 souvenir program (good condition with vertical crease), and a fascinating hand-written letter (1955) from Dick Doud, a clown performing in the show, describing the less-than-exciting day-to-day activities (and nighttime activities!) associated with the show. A fantastic grouping of memorabilia. $300 - $500

17. RARE FIRST DISNEYLAND TICKET BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) A very rare first version of the famous Disneyland ticket book. In answer to guest feedback after the first summer of operation, Disneyland created a ticket book option in the fall of 1955. “A Day at Disneyland” ticket books were offered to provide volume discounts for multiple attraction purchases due to complaints of Disneyland’s high cost. This rare 8-ride book in “Junior” denomination is missing the admission ticket but still has the complete (3) “A” tickets, (2) “B” tickets and (3) “C” tickets intact. Measures 2”x5”. In very good condition with some edge wear and fading. $300 - $500

18. RARE FIRST DISNEYLAND TICKET BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) A very rare first version of the famous Disneyland ticket book. In answer to guest feedback after the first summer of operation, Disneyland created a ticket book option in the fall of 1955. “A Day At Disneyland” ticket books were offered to provide volume discounts for multiple attraction purchases due to complaints of Disneyland’s high cost. This rare 8-ride book in “Child” denomination is missing the admission ticket but still has the complete (3) “A” tickets, (2) “B” tickets and (3) “C” tickets intact. Measures 2”x5”. In fair condition with some water staining to back cover and wear. $200 - $400

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20. RARE 1960S DISNEYLAND COMPLIMENTARY MAIN GATE ADMISSION TICKET. (Disneyland, 1960s) Rare complimentary Disneyland Main Gate admission ticket from the early 1960s . Tickets such as these were handed out to employees, sponsors, and VIPs and are still good for park admission today. Measures 5”x2”. In very good condition with only slight wear. $100 - $200

21. 1ST ANNUAL DISNEYLAND GRAD NIGHT PARTY TICKET STUB. (Disneyland, 1961) Rare ticket stub and photo coupon for 1st Annual Disneyland High School grad night party in 1961. “Grad Night” became a popular event at Disneyland and is still going strong after 54 years. The ticket is in good condition with wear from use. $100 - $200

22. EXTREMELY RARE 1964 WORLD’S FAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD TICKET. (World’s Fair, 1964) Features an image of the Tower of the Four Winds. The ticket measures 4.5”x2” and is missing the bottom stub. One of the only examples of this ticket we have seen offered. $100- $200

23. DISNEYLAND SURVEY AND COMPLIMENTARY TICKET. (Disneyland, 1968) Rare Disneyland survey letter, asking Disneyland guests to return a feedback form in exchange for two complimentary guest passes, accompanied by one unused guest pass that came with the letter. Dated January 1968 on 8.5”x11” Disneyland stationary. Ticket measures 5”x2”. Set is in very good condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

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24. SET OF (6) DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER TICKETS TO AFTERHOURS MOVIES. (Disneyland, 1970s) Unusual group of (6) unused cast-member tickets to after hours movies in the park. Largest ticket measures 8”x2.5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

25. UNUSED EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT DISNEYLAND JUNIOR ADMISSION TICKET. (Disneyland, 1967) Classic unused ticket book with admission ticket and all “A” thru “E” tickets intact. It also features special junior ticket to Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. In good condition with light moisture stain on front. Measures 2.5”x6”. $200 - $300

26. UNUSED DISNEYLAND TICKET BOOK. (Disneyland, 1981) Unused Disneyland ticket book with admission stub still attached from 1981. This classic “E” ticket book has all tickets intact. Measures 2.25”x5.25”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

27. DISNEYLAND 30TH ANNIVERSARY COMPLIMENTARY TICKET. (Disneyland, 1985) Unused Disneyland 30th anniversary complimentary ticket. Measures 2.25”x5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

28. RARE DISNEYLAND “RAIN CHECK” TICKET. (Disneyland, 1978) Rare complimentary ticket given out to visitors that came to see the newly refurbished Matterhorn but found it nonoperational. Since the park had tickets printed up for this possibility, it was likely expected as the newly reopened ride went through its paces. Measures 2.5”x7”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

29. GROUP OF (26) COMPLIMENTARY MAIN GATE ADMISSION TICKETS. (Disneyland, 1980-1989) Nice grouping of (26) complimentary Main Gate admission tickets/passports dating from 1980 to 1989. Several of the passport style tickets were good at both Disneyland and the Florida Parks. Most are in very good condition. Some have wear and creasing. These tickets are all still good for use in the park today! What a bargain! $500 - $700

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HOWARD THOMAS IN RIDE OPERATOR COSTUME

30. WALT DISNEY SIGNED EMPLOYEE CARD. (Disneyland, 1958) On one particular day during the summer of 1958, 21-year old Howard Thomas was working his regular job as ride operator on the Mad Hatter Tea Party ride when he suddenly realized that Walt Disney was standing behind him watching him work. Flustered, as anyone would be, he looked around for something to have Disney sign. Not finding anything, he reached in his wallet and pulled out his employee Disneyland Recreation Club Card, and asked Walt to sign the back. Measures 3.5”x2.25”. The paper card has the Disneyland Recreation Club on the front and a strong Walt Disney signature in ballpoint pen on the reverse. In good condition with wear and creases from age and use. An amazing piece of Disneyland memorabilia. $2,000 - $3,000

One of the most effective techniques used to announce the latest entertainment offerings and park news were the main gate flyers. These pamphlets, broadsides, and folders always featured eye-catching graphics, specially made to entice and inform the ticket buying guest. Disney and the imagineering staff felt the public would need several primers to wrap their minds around the park and the exhibits within. The information offered in the gorgeous handouts served that purpose.

31. RAINBOW CAVERNS MINE RIDE GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare 1956 two-sided gate flyer announcing the new Rainbow Caverns attraction in Frontierland as well as the new Jr. Autopia and Professor Keller’s wild animal show in Fantasyland. Keller’s solo show only ran from February through September of 1956, meaning this flyer was in use for a very short time and is very scarce. Measures 4.25”x10.5”. In very good condition with slight wear and creasing. $400 - $500

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32. TICKET BOOK INFORMATION GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1956). Informational gate flyer advertising the newest rides for 1956 as well as admission and ticket book prices. The two-sided flyer measures 5.5”x8.5”. In very good condition with mild wear. $100 - $200

33. SPECIAL EVENT STOCK TICKET BOOTH POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Unused printed poster on 13.5”x10.5” heavy stock used to promote upcoming exclusive and special events. Designed to be used for a variety of events that could be inserted as needed. In fine unused condition. $500 - $600


34. RARE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL AT DISNEYLAND GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1955) An extremely rare gate flyer promoting the Christmas Festival and Mickey Mouse Club Circus for November 24th, 1955 through January 8th, 1956. The 20.75”x5.9” flyer lists all the exciting acts in the Mickey Mouse Club Circus as well as show times. Because the flyer was used at the park for such a limited time, it has become one of the hardest pieces to find. In good condition with a horizontal crease from folding and a 0.5” tear in the center. $200 - $400

35. DISNEYLAND “HAPPIEST SHOW ON EARTH” GATE FOLD-OUT FLYER. (Disneyland, 1963) Unusual foldout flyer promoting the live shows throughout the Park in 1963, including all the “after dark” activities available. Measures 17”x4.25” unfolded and 2.25”x 4.25” folded. In good condition with expected creasing at the folds. Excellent graphics throughout. $100 - $200

36. GALA NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1962) Rare gate flyer announcing the 1962 New Year’s Eve party at Disneyland. Measures 4.5”x15”. In very good condition. $200 - $300

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37. GREATEST CONSTRUCTION SHOW ON EARTH! GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1958) Leave it to Disney to put a positive spin on anything going on at the park. In 1958, a large portion of the park was closed, as the Matterhorn, Submarine Voyage, Monorail, Phantom Boats and other attractions were being built as part of the new Tomorrowland. This gate flyer encouraged guests not to miss the “Greatest Construction Show on Earth” and touted things to come. A wonderful example of Disney marketing and the usefulness of the gate flyer. Very good condition with horizontal creases from a double fold. 11”x5.5”. $100 - $200

40. GRAND OPENING NATURE’S WONDERLAND GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1960) Colorful gate flyer announcing the grand opening of the Nature’s Wonderland attraction in Frontierland. The two-sided flyer also promotes the newly opened America the Beautiful attraction as well as the Art of Animation exhibit in Tomorrowland. Measures 4.5”x12”. In good condition with light creasing from folding. $200 - $300

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38. SANTA FE & DISNEYLAND RAILROAD - GRAND CANYON DIORAMA GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1958) Beautiful gate flyer announcing the new scenic tour around Disneyland on the Santa Fe and Disney Railroad climaxing with the newly opened Grand Canyon Diorama. The one-sided 5”x13” flyer features wonderful graphics of the three trains in service. In very good condition with some creasing from being folded. $200 - $300

39. DISNEYLAND’S NEWEST ATTRACTIONS GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1958) Many of the wellknown Disneyland attractions were not in the park opening year. Budget overruns and time constraints made the deferment of many of the planned attractions necessary. This 1958 gate flyer announces the newest additions to the park; The sailing Ship Columbia, The Alice in Wonderland ride, and the Grand Canyon Diorama. Good condition with creases from a double fold. 12.5”x5”. $100 - $200

41. GRAND CANYON/MONORAIL GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1959) Very rare gate flyer featuring the Grand Canyon Diorama and Monorail attractions. Measures 12.5”x5”. In very good condition. $200 - $300

42. DIXIELAND AT DISNEYLAND GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1963) Excellent gate flyer announcing park operating hours for the 1963 Dixieland at Disneyland event. Flyer measures 5”x10”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $50 - $100


43. “GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN” GRAND OPENING GATE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1965) A very rare gate flyer announcing the grand opening of the Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln attraction as well as the opening of the Plaza Inn. Measures 11”x5.75”. In good condition with some creasing from folding. $100 - $200

45. MONSANTO HALL OF CHEMISTRY ILLUSTRATED EXHIBIT FOLDER. (Disneyland, 1955) Beautifully illustrated exhibit folder for the Monsanto Hall of Chemistry exhibit in Tomorrowland. Measures 7”x9.5”. In fine condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

44. DISNEYLAND EASTER WEEKEND GATE FOLD-OUT. (Disneyland, 1970) Nice gate fold-out for Easter weekend of 1970. The flyer lists the special nighttime musical entertainment for the weekend and promotes the newly opened Haunted Mansion on the reverse. Measures 3.5”x7”. In good condition with light edge wear. $50 - $100

46. TWA ROCKET TO THE MOON LUNAR FLIGHT CERTIFICATE. (Disneyland, 1955) A rare giveaway from the TWA Rocket to the Moon attraction. This certificate would certify that the individual has, “rocketed round trip to the moon from the Disneyland Spaceport via TWA Rocket Ship”. An enjoyable early Disneyland artifact. Especially rare in that it was never filled out by the parkgoer! Measures 7”x5”. In very good condition with minimal wear and light edge discoloration. $50 - $100

47. RICHFIELD’S IN THE WORLD BENEATH US - THE STORY OF OIL EXHIBIT PAMPHLET. (Disneyland, 1955) Beautiful fold-out pamphlet for Richfield Oil’s in The World Beneath us attraction. Richfield Oil was a big sponsor of Tomorrowland and as the “Official Gas of Disneyland”, sponsored this exhibit as well as the Autopia attraction. Measures 4”x8.75”. In very good condition with only minimal wear. $200 - $300

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48. KAISER’S THE STORY OF ALUMINUM EXHIBIT BOOKLET. (Disneyland, 1955) Exhibit booklet for Kaiser’s The Story of Aluminum exhibit in Tomorrowland. Measures 7.5”x5.25” with (14) pages including inside covers. Fine condition with little to no wear. $100 - $200

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49. DISNEYLAND “A DREAM COME TRUE” TWA COMPLIMENTARY FOLD-OUT BROCHURE WITH MAP. (Disneyland, 1955) A very rare complimentary promotional brochure published in 1955 and distributed to travel agencies to promote the newly opened park. Graphics include a very early rendering of the park. Measures 8.75”x.9” folded. In very good condition with a 1.5” crease across lower right corner and travel agency stamp on reverse. $100 - $200

52. CRANE IN DISNEYLAND PLUMBING EXHIBIT BROCHURE. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare fold-out brochure for the Crane Plumbing Exhibit in Tomorrowland in 1956. Measures 11”x8.5”. In fine condition with very little wear. $400 - $500

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50. WALT DISNEY’S ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM WORLD PREMIERE ENGAGEMENT. (Disneyland, 1963) This gate flyer for the premier of the Enchanted Tiki Room is one of the best produced. Robotic entertainment was unheard of in 1963. The concept of Audio-Animatronics and the show format it would be presented in was so new, Walt and the Imagineering staff felt the public would need several primers to wrap their minds around the idea. The information provided within this gorgeous flyer served that purpose. Also interesting, because the Tiki Room was wholly owned by Walt’s personal company, the copyright is WED Enterprises, Inc. as opposed to Walt Disney Productions. Measures 7.25”x3.5”. In good condition. $150 - $250

51. THE DISNEYLAND NEWS VOL. 1 - NO. 10, “ASTROJET RIDE OPENS IN TOMORROWLAND.” (Disneyland, 1956) Vol. 1 - No. 10, April, 1956 issue of the Disneyland News announcing the opening of the newest ride in Tomorrowland, the Astrojets. Other articles include an update on expansions in Frontierland and Fantasyland as well as concept art of the Tom Sawyer Rafts. Measures 11.5”x16”. In good condition with minimal wear and yellowing throughout. $100 - $200

53. TOM SAWYER ISLAND EXPLORER’S MAP FLYER. (Disneyland, 1957) Nice tri-fold flyer with a Tom Sawyer Island Explorer’s Map on the inside. Measures 3.75”x8.5”. In fine condition with very little wear. $50 - $100


54. DISNEYLAND SUMMER 1959 NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENT. (Disneyland, 1959) Beautiful (24) page newspaper supplement advertising the grand re-opening of Disneyland in 1959. The largest expansion to date for the park, this was a major event that included a live TV re-opening broadcast. The supplement is filled with full-color photos of the park as well as concept paintings of the new attractions. Measures 10”x13”. In fine condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

56. KODAK CAMERA TOUR GATE FOLDER. (Disneyland, 1956-1960s) A gorgeous informational folder with tips on photography within the park. Measures 8.5”x3.5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

55. RARE HOLIDAYLAND INVITATION. (Disneyland, 1958) Opened in 1957, Holidayland is considered by many to be the “lost land” of Disneyland. Located on 9 acres on the western edge of the park, it had its own separate admission gate into Disneyland, and could hold up to 7,000 guests for corporate and special events. The large Circus tent from the short lived Mickey Mouse Club Circus was the centerpiece of the area. This 10.75”x8.5” unused and unfolded invitation was preprinted by Disney and could be custom printed for specific events and mailed to invitees. In fine unused condition. $200 - $400

57. MATTERHORN PROMOTIONAL NOTE BINDER. (Disneyland, 1958-59) A promotional binder given to press and sponsors of Disneyland. This binder features an embossed image of the Matterhorn on the front, and still contains the original notepad within. Measures 12”x9.25”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

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58. DISNEYLAND “BLACK BOOK” 1959. (Disneyland, 1959) A very rare document titled, “Disneyland Dictionary” but hand-titled “The Black Book” by its original owner, this folder contains an internal management park “Bible” that has been updated with hand-written notes. Measures 11.5”x9”. (67) pages. In good condition with minimal wear and pen notes throughout. $300 - $500

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Collecting Disneyland As Disneyland grew, so did the city of Anaheim. By the 1960s, the area had much more than just Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm. The city now had wax museums, Japanese villages, and even an alligator farm, all aimed to target the vastly increasing number of tourists to the area. As the number of tourists visiting Anaheim grew, so did the number of surrounding hotels. Whether Disney liked it or not, many of the nearby hotels and attractions borrowed themes from Disneyland to entice visitors. Looking back on these colorful brochures from the nearby hotels and attractions, you can see themes and imagery that were borrowed from the park within their informative pages. These brochures and pamphlets provide a beautiful visual history of the time when the magic of Disneyland was changing the world.

59. THE SPACE AGE LODGE AT DISNEYLAND BROCHURE. Measures 9”x4” folded. In fine condition. $100 - $200

60. THE JACK’N JILL MOTEL POSTCARD. Measures 9”x4”. In good condition. $100 - $200

61. THE MECCA MOTEL BROCHURE. Measures 9”x3.75” folded. In good condition. $100 - $200

62. INN OF TOMORROW POSTCARD. Measures 5.5”x3.5”. In good condition. $100 - $200

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63. THE INN OF TOMORROW HOTEL BROCHURE. Measures 9”x4” folded. In good condition. $100 - $200

64. THE PRINCESS MOTEL BROCHURE. Measures 8.5”x3.75” folded. In good condition. $100 - $200

65. THE HOLIDAY INN BROCHURE. Measures 9”x4” folded. In good condition. $100 - $200

66. THE CANDY CANE MOTEL BROCHURE. Measures 9”x4” folded. In good condition. $100 - $200

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67. DISNEYLAND SUMMER 1959 SPECIAL INSERT. (Disneyland, 1959) Beautiful fold-out newspaper insert promoting the new attractions opening in the Summer of 1959 as part of Disneyland’s “re-opening.” The insert features full-color concept artwork of the new rides. Measures 11.5”x8” folded and in fine condition with minimal wear. $100 - $200

68. MAGIC KINGDOM CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT POSTER. (Disneyland, 1958) Announcement poster (small version) for the formation of the Magic Kingdom Club. A predecessor to the concept of annual passes, Disneyland formed the Magic Kingdom Club in 1958. At first, the membership was limited to Southern California Industry and Armed Forces personnel. However, it soon became clear that the business model of return visits from locals was a lucrative option and the general public was offered membership. Poster measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition. $150 - $250

69. THE STORY OF NATURE’S WONDERLAND PAMPHLET. (Disneyland, 1960) An unusual pamphlet featuring the 1960 addition of the Nature’s Wonderland attraction as well as Bell Telephone’s America the Beautiful on the reverse. Graphics include an outstanding Nature’s Wonderland area and Rivers of America. Measures 8”x14.5” open and is in fine condition. $100 - $200

70. DISNEYLAND PRESS PASS GENERAL EVENT. (Disneyland, 1960s) Unused adhesive cloth press pass used in the 1960s for events at Disneyland. The pass measures 3”x2” and is in fine condition. $100 - $200

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71. WELCOME TO DISNEYLAND GATE FOLD-OUT. (Disneyland, 1963) Beautiful gate fold-out featuring a map of Disneyland as well as information on restaurants and other attractions in the park. Measeures 3.5”x8.5 folded. In very good condition. $100 - $200


72. TAHITIAN TERRACE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL FOR WAITRESSES AND HOSTESSES. (Disneyland, 1963) An extremely rare operating manual for the wait-staff at Adventureland’s Tahitian Terrace titled “The Tahitian Terrace Touch”. This in-house publication was part of the training that every cast-member was required to learn before working in the park. It is a wonderful example of Disney’s commitment to the Disneyland experience. The (13) page book measures 8.25”x10”. In fine condition. $600 - $800

74. GENERAL ELECTRIC PROGRESSLAND PRESS BOOKLET. (World’s Fair, 1964) Beautiful (10) page press book promoting Walt Disney and General Electric’s Progressland at the World’s Fair, including the Carousel of Progress. Measures 12”x9”. In good condition with toning and wear from use throughout. $200 - $400

73. NATURES WONDERLAND STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL FOR CAST-MEMBERS. (Disneyland, 1965) A very rare story guide and standard operating procedures manual for cast-member ride operators of the Nature’s Wonderland attraction. The manual covers many topics for ride operation from control functions and safety procedures to crowd control. The (29) page manual measures 8.5”x11”. In fine condition. $700 - $900

75. MONORAIL STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL FOR CASTMEMBERS. (Disneyland, 1965) A very rare story guide and standard operating procedures manual for cast-member ride operators of the Monorail attraction. The manual covers many topics for ride operation from control functions and safety procedures to crowd control. The (31) page manual measures 8.5”x11”. In fine condition. $700 - $900

76. WORLD’S FAIR, IT’S A SMALL WORLD, AMBASSADOR OF HAPPINESS EMPLOYEE GUIDEBOOK. (World’s Fair, 1964) Extremely rare employee guidebook, for the Its a Small World attraction at the 1964 World’s Fair. Titled “Ambassador of Happiness”, the (24) page book gives a brief history of Disney, Pepsi-Cola, and UNICEF, as well as covers proper attire, grooming, and customer interaction. In very good condition with moisture spots on cover and title page. Measures 10.75”x 8.25”. $300 - $500

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77. RARE WORLD’S FAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD, PEPSI COLA HOST AND HOSTESS GUIDE. (World’s Fair, 1964) Extremely rare Pepsi-Cola Host and Hostess guide to the It’s A Small World attraction at the 1964 World’s Fair. Titled, Pepsi-Cola, Please: A Guide for Small World Refreshment Host and Hostesses, the (8) page booklet gives an overview of the “Disney way” of handling guests as well Pepsi-Cola’s company philosophy. Measures 8”x8”. In very good condition, with very light wear. $300 - $500

79. RARE WORLD’S FAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD HOSTS AND HOSTESS GUIDE. (World’s Fair, 1964) Extremely rare Pepsi-Cola Host and Hostess guide to the It’s A Small World attraction at the 1964 World’s Fair. Titled, Bon Voyage: A Guide for Small World Host and Hostesses, the (15) page booklet gives an overview of the “Disney way” of handling guests as well as safety procedures. Measures 8”x8”. In very good condition, with very light wear. $300 - $500

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78. WORLD’S FAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD TICKET SELLERS GUIDE. (World’s Fair, 1964) Extremely rare ticket (passports) sellers guide to the It’s A Small World attraction at the 1964 World’s Fair. Titled, Bon Jour: A Guide for Small World Passport Sellers, the (12) page booklet gives an overview of the “Disney way” of handling guests as well as going over the accounting requirements for the position. Measures 8”x8”. In very good condition, with very light wear. $300 - $500

80. PAIR OF ORIGINAL PRINTER’S PROOF FOR COVERS OF BON VOYAGE, BON JOUR, AND PEPSI PLEASE GUIDEBOOKS FROM THE 1964 WORLD’S FAIR. (World’s Fair, 1964) Pair of (2) original printer’s proofs for covers of Bon Voyage, Bon Jour, and Pepsi Please guidebooks. Designed by Disney and used for the Small World and Carousel of Progress exhibits, each proof measures 25”x20” overall. Both are in good condition with some wear from handling and a few tiny 0.25” to 0.3” tears on the edges. $150 - $250


81. WED ENTERPRISES AT&T CIRCLE-VISION SPONSOR CORRESPONDENCE DOCUMENTS FOLDER. (Disneyland, 1965) Incredible collection of correspondence between Disney and AT&T concerning the updating and rebuilding of the Circarama theatre in Tomorrowland. A fascinating look into the inner workings and negotiations between Disneyland and a major sponsor. In good condition overall with expected wear. $500 - $600

84. DISNEYLAND IT’S A SMALL WORLD PREOPENING PRESS BINDER. (Disneyland, 1966) Rare (11) page press binder giving background on the ride and talking about the new location at Disneyland after two years at the World’s Fair. The binder was made for a pre-opening press campaign and includes contact information for WED publicity. Measures 9.25”x11.25”. In good condition with some light wear and discoloration on tab edges. $600 - $800

82. UPJOHN DRUGSTORE PHARMACY HISTORY EXHIBIT GIVEAWAY BOOKLET, 1960. (Disneyland, 1960) Nice (12) page pamphlet from the Disneyland Upjohn Drugstore on Main Street explaining the history of the company as well as many of the items on display in the store. The pamphlet measures 3.25”x5.25”. In very good condition with very little wear. $50 - $100

85. RARE DISNEY’S PLANS FOR MINERAL KING BROCHURE. (Walt Disney, 1966) Rare fourfold brochure explaining Disney’s plans for a ski resort to be built in the Mineral King Valley of the Sequoia National Park. The four-fold brochure features Disney’s plans for the area as well as thoughts on expansion in the future. After being granted a permit to develop by the U.S. Forest Service in 1965, Disney met resistance on the development from the Sierra Club and other environmental groups. By the early 1970s, the plan was abandoned. Measures 4”x9.25” folded, the brochure is in good condition with minor wear throughout. $50 - $100

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83. SANTA FE & DISNEYLAND CASTMEMBER STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES. (Disneyland, 1965) A very rare story guide and standard operating procedures manual for cast-member ride operators of the Santa Fe & Disneyland Railroad attraction. The manual covers many topics for ride operation from control functions and safety procedures to crowd control. The (29) page manual measures 8.5”x11”. In fine condition. $700 - $900

86. SCHWINN BICYCLES TAKES A TRIP TO DISNEYLAND CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1966) Unusual Schwinn Bicycles catalog set inside Disneyland. The (36) page catalog features full color images of bicyclists as they bike past Disneyland’s most popular attractions. Measures 8.5”x5.3”. In very good condition. $50 - $100

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87. BACKSTAGE DISNEYLAND MAGAZINE SPRING 1966. (Disneyland, 1966) Spring 1966 issue of the employee magazine, Backstage Disneyland. The cover hints at the many new attractions in the works at the park, and within the (30) page magazine are facinating articles on the construction of Primeval World, and some of the many actors working in the park. In very good condition with light wear throughout. $300 - $400

88. THE WALT DISNEY TRADITIONS AT DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER HANDBOOK. (Disneyland, 1967) Beautiful (24) page 1967 handbook for newly hired cast-members, meant to educate them on Disney philosophy, history and company overview. Measures 9”x10.75”. In good condition with minor wear and light staining to cover. $200 - $300

89. YOU’RE IN GOOD COMPANY SPONSOR BOOK. (Disneyland, 1968) A book created for and distributed to the various sponsors of Disneyland, this book reports on the growth and success of the previous year, as well as mentions Club 33, and plans for the future. Measures 10.5”x10”. (18) pages. In very good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $300

90. PROJECT FLORIDA: A WHOLE NEW DISNEY WORLD CONCEPT BOOK. (WED, 1967) Rare concept booklet containing some of earliest project information for use within Disney and with selected corporate sponsors. The (20) page booklet measures 11”x11”. In good condition with some yellowing and mild marks on cover. $500 - $700

91. RARE WED ENTERPEISES NEW TOMORROWLAND INFORMATION BOOK. (Disneyland, 1967) Rare (25) page information book outlining the construction and new attractions going into the New Tomorrowland of 1967. The booklet was for use within WED and for corporate sponsors involved with the project. Measures 9”x11”. In good condition with age toning and wear from use throughout. $300 - $500

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92. WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS 1968 ANNUAL REPORT. (Walt Disney Productions, 1968) Walt Disney Productions annual stock holders report for 1968. This particular issue is focused on the opening of the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland and phase one of the Walt Disney World project, as well as upcoming live-action and animated movies. Measures 11”x8.5”. (28) pages, in very good condition with minor wear. $75 - $125

94. DISNEYLAND SMALL WORLD PICTORIAL GUIDE. (Disneyland, 1969) Rare early souvenir pictorial book for the It’s a Small World attraction. The (31) page book features color pictures of the ride as well as the construction and many of the Imagineers that worked on it. Measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100

93. DISNEYLAND MAPO PROJECT DRAWING BOOK BINDER. (WED, 1968) 1968 Disneyland MAPO project drawing book binder, 12”x19”x2”. $50 - $100

95. MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT CASTMEMBER GUIDEBOOK. (Disneyland, 1969) Rare Disneyland guidebook for newly hired maintenance workers. Titled “The Maintenance of Magic in the Magic Kingdom”, the (37) page booklet gives an overview of the park as well as the different maintenance departments. The booklet also contains several photos of the behind-the-scenes activities that kept the park up to Disney standards. The book measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $300 - $500

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96. ORLANDO SENTINEL NEWSPAPER DISNEYWORLD ANNOUNCEMENT. (Walt Disney World, 1967) Orlando Sentinel souvenir edition dated Feb 3, 1967 announcing the plans by Disney to build Walt Disney World. The front page article points out that the focus of the project is Walt Disney’s EPCOT community, and the fact that since his recent death, the proposed theme park would be built first. A fascinating look at the early plans of Walt Disney World and the promise it had for the Orlando area. Paper is in good condition with expected yellowing and wear. Measures 21”x14.75”. $50 - $100

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Collecting Disneyland 97. SIGNED PROMOTIONAL PHOTO OF THE ROYAL STREET BACHELORS. (Disneyland, 1960s-1970s) When New Orleans Square opened in 1966, some of the first residents were Jack McVee, Herb Gordy, and Harold Grant, best known to Disneyland aficionados as The Royal Street Bachelors. For more than 20 years, this original trio brought New Orleans Jazz to New Orleans Square. This early 10”x7.5” black and white photo has been hand-signed by each member of the group. In good condition with punch-holes along the top from being in a notebook, and some light creasing. $200 - $300

98. ADMISSION MEDIA RIDES AND ATTRACTIONS DOCUMENT. (Disneyland, 1969) A very rare used office copy of an Admission Media Rides and Attractions Report from 1969. This report contains an internal analysis of attractions and sponsor participation throughout Disneyland, which is rarely seen outside of park management. Measures 11.5”x9.25”. (39) pages in folder, with (17) additional loose pages. In very good condition with mild wear and minor pen notes throughout. Front cover reads “2/27/70 Jim Haught” in pen along top-right corner. $200 - $400

100. ADMISSION MEDIA RIDES AND ATTRACTIONS DOCUMENT. (Disneyland, 1970) A very rare used office copy of an Admission Media Rides and Attractions Report from 1970. This report contains an internal analysis of attractions and sponsor participation throughout Disneyland, which is rarely seen outside of park management. Measures 11.5”x9.25”. (40) pages. In very good condition. Metal page-securer has small areas of rust, but has had little to no effect on the documents. Cover page reads “Jim Haught” in pen in the top-right corner. $200 - $300

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99. 1969 DISNEY WORLD PRESS KIT. (WED, 1969) Extremely rare press kit sent to news outlets and corporate sponsors announcing the first major stage of construction of the Walt Disney World theme park and resort. With the emphasis in Florida shifting from Walt Disney’s dream of an experimental community to a major resort destination, this kit offers press releases, as well as publicity photos of concepts for the resort. Kit measures 9”x11.5”. In very good condition. $300 - $500

101. ADVENTURELAND BUDGETARY DOCUMENT - 1970. (Disneyland, 1970) A rare budgetary document for Adventureland at Disneyland. This (10) page document offers a rare inside-look into the financing and planning of attractions such as the Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean. Measures 11.5”x9”. In very good condition. A few of the sheets have a feint wavy-quality from the way the folder was constructed. $200 - $300


102. WALT DISNEY WORLD PREVIEW EDITION GUIDEBOOK. (Walt Disney World, 1970) Beautiful pre-opening guidebook touting the features of the soon-to-open Walt Disney World resort. Published a year before the opening of the resort, the guidebook mentions several planned areas that never came to be, including Thai, Persian, and Venetian themed hotels. Measures 11”x8.5”. The guidebook features (21) pages of outstanding concept artwork for the park. In very good condition with minor wear throughout. $75 - $125

104. DISNEYLAND CASTING AND INTERVIEWING GUIDE. (Disneyland, 1970s-1980s) Unusual (89) page binder used for training Disneyland job interviewers. Contains tips on how to interview and what to look for in new hires, as well as legal information on discrimination. Measures 10”x11”. In good condition with some staining and wear. $150 - $250

103. UNCUT PAGE OF PRIVATE PARTY ADMISSION TICKETS, LATE 1970s. (Disneyland, 1970s) Rare uncut page of blank private party admission tickets, from the late 1970s. Produced to be custom printed for private events, the uncut sheet contains (36) tickets. Measures 23”x19”. In good condition with some creasing and staining. $200 - $300

105. DISNEYLAND TRAINER’S HANDBOOK. (Disneyland, 1970s-1980s) Hardcover (22) page binder used as a handbook/guide for cast-member trainers. Contains information on what is expected of new cast-members and how to prepare them for what lies ahead. Measures 11.5”x10”. In good condition with some wear to the pages from use. $150 - $250

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106. DISNEYLAND MANAGEMENT AWARENESS GUIDE. (Disneyland, 1970s-1980s) Hardcover (95) page binder used as part of the management training process at Disneyland. Measures 11.5”x10”. In good condition with some wear to the pages from use. $150 - $250

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107. GETTING TO KNOW DISNEY CHARACTERS WALKAROUND CHARACTER GUIDE. (Disneyland,1970s) Facinating (50) page manual for the walk-around characters at Disneyland. Each page includes a snyopsis of the character, how to put on the costume, and tips on portraying the characters properly. 3-ring binder measures 10.25”x11.5”. In fine condition. $400 - $600

108. WALT DISNEY WORLD PRE-OPENING BROCHURE. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Rare tri-fold hand-out promoting the upcoming opening of Walt Disney World. The 4”x9” brochure features excellent graphics and touts the completely new kind of vacation experience being created. In very good condition with wear at the folds and yellowing along the edges. $75 - $125

109. WALT DISNEY WORLD NEWS VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1. (Walt Disney World, 1971) The first issue of the official newspaper of Walt Disney World. The Walt Disney World News featured information from around the park and was available to guests of the resort. This first issue features news from opening day including an article on the Windsor Family, the first family to enter the park. The (7) page newspaper also features promotional material on restaurants, hotels, golf and other activities that the resort had to offer. Measures 11.5”x15” with a center fold and some light staining and wear along the edges. $200 - $300

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110. WALT DISNEY WORLD 1ST ANNIVERSARY CAST PHOTO. (Walt Disney World, 1976) A beautiful 5”x7” color photo of the original Walt Disney World cast-members (1-year veterans) in front of Cinderella’s Castle as part of the festivities for the 1st anniversary of the park. Photo is still in the original folder. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100

111. THE STORY OF WALT DISNEY WORLD BOOKLET. (Walt Disney World, 1971) A beautiful (49) page booklet featuring full-color photos and information on the creation and growth of Walt Disney World. Booklet measures 11”x11”. In very good condition with minimal wear. Comes with original mailing envelope. $100 - $200


112. FIRST MAP OF WALT DISNEY WORLD’S MAGIC KINGDOM. (Walt Disney World, 1971) A beautiful poster-size souvenir from the earliest days of Walt Disney World, this was the first version of the map you could purchase at the Magic Kingdom. With charming colors and imagery, this map measures 25”x28” and is in good condition. This map has been folded, and thus has some wear along the crease marks, as well as some light edge-wear. $75 - $150

113. THE DISNEY WAY OF LEADERSHIP CAST-MEMBER HANDBOOK. (Walt Disney World, 1972) An early Walt Disney World handbook used as part of the training program for potential cast-members at the park. This (35) page “mini-book” teaches the Disney philosophy of leadership and management. Measures 8.5”x11”. The book shows some wear from use, and the potential cast-member’s hand-written notes and highlights are on a few of the pages. In very good condition. $200 - $300

115. SHOWMANSHIP DISNEYLAND STYLE CAST-MEMBER HANDBOOK. (Disneyland, 1973) A beautiful (20) page handbook for newly hired cast-members, explaining the Disneyland philosophy of the “show” as well as cast-member terminology and a brief outline of dress and grooming codes for 1973. Measures 8.5”x 11”. In very good condition with minor wear. $300 - $500

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114. WALT DISNEY WORLD ADMISSIONS MEDIA RIDES & ATTRACTIONS SUMMARY REPORT. (Walt Disney World, 1973) In-house file folder from the office of Mel Melton containing statistics on admissions and ticket sales and comparisons to previous years. Measures 11”x8.5”. In very good condition. $200 - $300

116. GENERAL ELECTRIC CAROUSEL OF PROGRESS PROJECT BUDGET AND STATUS REPORT. (WED, 1973) In-house project budget and status report for the Carousel of Progress. From the office of Mel Melton, the report gives operating and construction costs as well as costs to GE for the Carousel Theatre at Disneyland and The Carousel of Progress at Walt Disney World. Measures 8.5”x10”. In very good condition. $150 - $250

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117. WALT DISNEY WORLD GATE CARD. (Walt Disney World, 1973) Nice early gate card featuring park hours and ticket prices for Walt Disney World. This 1973 gate card promotes the Fort Wilderness camping area. Measures 4”x9”. In fine condition. $50 - $100

120. WALT DISNEY WORLD ORGANIZATIONAL CHART BOOK. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Unusual organizational chart book dated June 7, 1974 and featuring an overview of all divisions of the company as well as photos of management. Book is in very good condition with wear to cover and measures 12”x9.5”x0.75”. $300 - $400

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118. DISNEYLAND SMALL WORLD MAITENANCE MANUAL. (Disneyland, 1973) Rare Disneyland hardcover maintenance manual for the Its’ a Small World attraction. Distributed to key members of the park team, this manual contains layouts, photos, and part lists for all the animatronic figures in the attraction. Measures 9”x11.25”. The (157) page book is in poor condition, with separated cover and staining throughout. An extremely rare piece. $200 - $400

121. WALT DISNEY WORLD DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS BANQUET PROGRAM. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Rare in-house program for a distinguished service awards banquet held at Walt Disney World in 1974. This particular program was Imagineer Ralph Kent’s copy as he received his 10 year service award at this event. The program measures 8”x8”. In good condition with minimal wear and staining. $50 - $100

119. WALT DISNEY WORLD 2ND ANNIVERSARY CAST PHOTO. (Walt Disney World, 1976) A beautiful 5”x7” color photo of the original Walt Disney World cast-members (2-year veterans) in front of Cinderella’s Castle as part of the festivities for the 2nd anniversary of the park. Photo is still in the original folder with note from Bob Allen. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100

122. WALT DISNEY WORLD 1974 MAP AND INFORMATION GUIDE. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Rare early tri-fold map and information guide for Walt Disney World. Features a map of the Magic kingdom as well as park times and ticket prices. A great example from the first few years of park operation. Measures 4”x9” folded. In fine condition. $50 - $100


123. FAMILY NIGHT AT DISNEYLAND TABLE CARD. (Disneyland, 1974) Unused folding table card promoting a family night at Disneyland for members of the Rockwell chapter of the National Management Association. The card promotes Disneyland’s newest attraction, “America Sings”. Measures 4.25”x14.75”. In good condition with some spotting. $50 - $100

124. WALT DISNEY WORLD 3RD ANNIVERSARY CAST PHOTO. (Walt Disney World, 1974) A beautiful 5”x7” color photo of original Walt Disney World cast-members (3-year veterans) in front of Space Mountain as part of the festivities for the 3rd anniversary of the park. Photo is still in the original folder with note from Bob Allen. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100

125. ORIENTAL DISNEYLAND FEASIBILITY STUDY AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. (WED, 1975) An extremely rare and fascinating 1975 feasibility study for “Oriental Disneyland”. The (10) page book touches on the studios negotiations with the Oriental Land Company, the potential demand and attendance, and the use of the available land. The study concludes that the project is feasible and worthwhile. A wonderful piece of memorabilia documenting the beginnings of Tokyo Disneyland. The book measures 11”x8.5”. In good condition with some staining from moisture. $400 - $600

126. WALT DISNEY WORLD 5TH ANNIVERSARY CAST PHOTO. (Walt Disney World, 1976) A beautiful color photo of the original Walt Disney World cast-members (5-year veterans) in front of Cinderella’s Castle as part of the festivities for the 5th anniversary of the park. Photo is still in the original folder. Measures 5”x7”. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100

127. WALT DISNEY QUOTATIONS CASTMEMBER BOOKLET. (Disneyland/Walt Disney World, 1980) A beautiful (48) page booklet containing quotations by Walt Disney on various subjects. This booklet was given out to newly hired cast-members as part of their orientation into the Disney company philosophy. Measures 11”x8.5”. In fine condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

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128. THE DISNEY LOOK, CAST-MEMBER BOOKLET. (Walt Disney World, 1977) Entertaining (24) page booklet given to new cast-members at Walt Disney World to familiarize them with the parks standards for dress and hair style. Measures 8.5”x11”. In fine condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

131. WALT DISNEY WORLD DISCOVERY ISLAND MAP. (Walt Disney World, 1978) Located in Bay Lake at Walt Disney World, Discovery Island (originally called Treasure Island) operated from 1974 to 1999 and operated as a zoological park. Guests could observe exotic birds and wildlife situated throughout the island. This 1978 tri-fold map features images of many of the birds featured on the island. Measures 4”x9”. In fine condition with some folds. $50 - $100

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129. BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN WED INFORMATION FOLDER. (Disneyland, 1978) Rare internal documents concerning the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad attraction at Disneyland. Published before construction began, the documents go over the back story for the ride as well as the location and area used. Included are several photos of concept artwork for the ride. Measures 11.5”x9”. In very good condition with slight wear throughout. $400 - $600

130. EPCOT CENTER PRE-OPENING MANAGEMENT BINDER. (EPCOT, 1981) Very rare (76) page binder giving an overview of the EPCOT project, the project management, and the project teams, including photos of all key personnel. Titled “EPCOT Center... People Bring it to Life”. Measures 10”x11.5”. Binder is in good condition with wear from use, tape residue on cover, (5) pages torn at binder rings, rust on binder hardware, and some rust stains on pages. $200 - $300

132. THE SPIRIT OF EPCOT CENTER, EMPLOYEE BOOKLET AND FOLDER . (Walt Disney World, 1982) Beautiful (20) page booklet given to cast-members of the newly opened EPCOT center. The booklet features background information on the conception and construction of the park. Measures 8.5”x11”. In fine condition. Also included is a 9.5”x11.75” folder. $100 - $200

133. WALT DISNEY WORLD VILLAGE MAP. (Walt Disney World, 1982) Rare early map of Walt Disney World Village. First opened in 1975 as a shopping area in Walt Disney World, the village expanded as the park expanded. In 1999 the village was renamed Downtown Disney. This 1982 tri-fold map is a wonderful example of the simple beginnings of what has become a major attraction at the resort. Measures 4”x8.75” folded. In fine condition. $50 - $100


134. MAGIC KINGDOM CLUB, EXECUTIVE CLUB BINDER. (Disneyland/Walt Disney World, 1982) A division of the Magic Kingdom Club (the precursor to the Disneyland Season Passes) was the Executive Club, which allowed businesses to purchase tickets, meals, hotels rooms, and recreational activities as needed to give to employees and special guests. With the opening of EPCOT in 1982, the features of the program had to be expanded to include the new park. This (18) page binder covers changes in the program as well as offers examples of the new certificates and order forms. Binder measures 10.25”x11.25”. In fine condition. $100 - $200

135. DISNEYLAND LESSEE INFORMATION BINDER. (Disneyland, 1982). Fascinating information book listing all the Lessees at Disneyland in the 1970’s and includes 1980’s information. Including scope of their involvement and annual contributions. Measures 11.5”x10”. $400 - $600

137. MULTI-SIGNED SPACESHIP EARTH GRAND OPENING PROGRAM. (Walt Disney World, 1982) Opening in 1982, Spaceship Earth, the now iconic symbol of EPCOT, was designed with the help of science fiction writer Ray Bradbury. The opening gala featured music by some of the great musicians of the 20th century. This (10) page 5”x7” program has been hand-signed by many of the musical guests including Harry James, Pete Fountain, Woody Herman, Joe Williams and Count Basie. In very good condition with slight wear. $200 - $300

136. EPCOT CENTER: A PROFILE, EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK. (Walt Disney World, 1982) An impressive (32) page booklet given to newly hired cast-members featuring an overview of the newly opened EPCOT center. In addition to touching on the history and philosophy of the park, the booklet gives an entire overview of all attractions, shops and restaurants. Measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with minor wear. $100 - $200

138. WEDWAY PEOPLEMOVER PROMOTIONAL SALES BOOKLET. (WED, 1982) Rare promotional sales booklet published by WED to sell the Peoplemover concept as public transportation. Measures 11.5”x10”. (15) pages in very good condition with light wear. $300 - $400

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140. TOM SAWYER ISLAND REPAIR PHOTO BINDER. (Disneyland, 2000) In the mid-1990s, Disneyland management began to cut back on maintenance throughout the park to increase short-term profits. By 2000, Tom Sawyer Island, mostly untouched since opening in 1956, was in need of many repairs. This photo binder from the estate of Imagineer John Stone, documents problems on the island prior to its refurbishment and re-opening in 2003. These color copies of (129) photos with notes document an amazing amount of neglect in a park known for its attention to detail. Measures 11.5”x10”. $100 - $200 139. RARE CAST PREMIERE INVITATION TO THE NEW FANTASYLAND. (Disneyland, 1983) Rare and impressive cast invition to the opening of the “New Fantasyland” in 1983. The 7.25”x9.5” invitation features a cast metal key inscribed “New Fantasyland--1983--Opening”. In very good condition with slight wear on edges. $100 - $200

142. THE WORLDWIDE DISNEY TEAM CAST-MEMBER HANDBOOK. (Disneyland/Walt Disney World, 1984) Interesting (20) page booklet handed out to newly hired cast-members. The booklet give an overview of the entire Disney corporation including divisions, departments, and locations around the world. Measures 8.5”x11”. In very good condition with minor wear. $50 - $100 141. WALT DISNEY WORLD DISNEY UNIVERSITY “TABLE SERVICE DISNEY STYLE” GUIDE. (Walt Disney World, 1982) A Walt Disney World Disney University “Table Service Disney Style” guide, created for new hires to assist them in, “learning the practical skills of the art of table service” that has been recognized as the “Disney Style” of food service. Measures 11”x8.5”. (25) pages. In very good condition with small spots of staining on centerfold pages. $100 - $200

143. DISNEYLAND WESTCOT RARE PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN. (Disneyland, 1990) Promotional fold-out distributed by Disneyland to explain their plans for expansion of the resort in 1990. The preliminary plan is for developing an EPCOT-style resort near Disneyland. The plan was never approved by the local community and was abandoned. Measures 11”x8.5” folded, 11”x25” unfolded. In very good condition. $200 - $400

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145. IMAGINEERING CLERICAL NOTE PAD. (WED, 1990s) An original WED Imagineering clerical notepad. The front cover features Minnie Mouse as a secretary next to the WED Imagineering name. Notepad within is unused. Measures 9.5”x6.5”. In good condition with mild wear and some small amounts of debris within. $100 - $200

144. WESTCOT THEME PARK PICKET SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) This picket sign reads “Stop Disney Greed” and was used against the proposed WESTCOT theme park in Anaheim in 1990. Measures 22”x28”. In good condition with light wear. $200 - $400

146. DISNEYLAND EXECUTIVE NOTE BINDER. (Disneyland, 1990s) A rare executive binder for office-use, featuring a stylish executive-themed Mickey Mouse on the front. Contains original 11.25”x8.5” notepad, sheet of Disneyland stationary featuring Mickey and Minnie, and a metal ruler and pen which color-match the binder in its greys and reds. Binder measures 12.25”x9.5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

147. UNUSUAL PAIR OF EMPLOYEE CAST-MEMBER BOOKS. (Disneyland, 2005) Pair of unusual cast-member books released for the 50th Anniversary of the park and made to look like old ticket books. Measures 10.25”x4.25” and 6”x2.5”, they were made to prepare cast-members for special events and opportinities throughout the year-long celebration. In fine condition. $100 - $200

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148. MULTI-SIGNED BRUCE BUSHMAN HAND-COLORED OZALOID CONCEPT FOR THE DUMBO RIDE. (Disneyland, 1954) Incredible hand-colored ozaloid of Bruce Bushman’s early concept for the Fantasyland Dumbo Ride. Bushman was instrumental in designing the look of Fantasyland as well as many of the attractions throughout the park. Measures 18”x24” and has been hand-signed by several of Bushman’s fellow imagineers including Bob Gurr, Mark Davis, Sam McKim, Rolly Crump, and Bill Justice. In good condition with some wrinkling along the left edge. Unexamined out of frame. $5,000 - $,7000

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149. RARE DISNEYLAND ADVENTURELAND CONCEPT PAINTING. (Disneyland, 1954) Rare early original concept painting by an unknown artist for Adventureland. Accomplished in ink and watercolor on 19”x24” paper mounted on 24.5”x30” board. In good condition with a horizontal crease through the image and wear to the board edges. Still an outstanding and rare piece of artwork. $8,000 - $10,000

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Collecting Disneyland GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO--Gabriel Scognamillo was a successful Hollywood Art Director when he was recruited by Disney to assist with the design and planning of Disneyland. Costs had ben running way above budget and to complete his lands under construction, Disney had to take money from the budget of Tomorrowland, the last land to begin construction. Scognamillo was assigned not only with the task of designing Tomorrowland, but also overseeing the designs and requests of the many corporate sponsors brought in to help cover cost overuns. The drawings below, as well as the documents found elsewhere in the catalog are an incredible archive of the design and construction of Tomorrowland.

150. ORIGINAL (4) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO AND HERB RYMAN TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Incredible set of (4) original concept drawings by Herb Ryman and Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for a proposed futuristic automat food service area in Tomorrowland. Accomplished in graphite and ink on untrimmed 12”x10” animation paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and pinholes in corners. $500 - $1,000

151. ORIGINAL (6) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO AND HERB RYMAN TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS AND NOTES. (Disneyland, 1955) Incredible set of (3) original concept drawings and (3) pages of notes by Herb Ryman and Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for the futuristic facades and rest areas that were placed throughout the land. The notes are Scognamillo’s lists of possible exhibits as well as potential exhibitors for Tomorrowland. A really amazing insight into the formation of Tomorrowland. Accomplished in graphite and ink on untrimmed 12”x10” animation paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and pinholes in corners. $700 - $1,000

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152. ORIGINAL (4) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Incredible set of (4) original concept drawings by Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for a proposed futuristic automat food service area in Tomorrowland. Accomplished in graphite and ink on untrimmed 12”x10” animation paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and pinholes in corners. $500 - $1,000

153. HERB RYMAN ORIGINAL RICHFIELD OIL DISPLAY CONCEPT WITH CORRESPONDENCE. (Disneyland, 1955) Beautiful original concept for the Richfield Oil Exhibit in Tomorrowland by legendary Imagineer, Herb Ryman. Accomplished in ink and marker on 12.5”x15.5” animation paper, the concept shows the proposed facade for the exhibit as well as some of the exhibit components. Also included are an internal construction authorization for the exhibit and two pages of correspondence between Scognamillo and Richfield Oil concerning the construction of the signage for the Richfield Autopia as well as concerns about the short amount of time before opening. Drawing is in very good condition with minor wear. $700 - $1,000

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154. ORIGINAL (2) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND ENTRANCE CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Tomorrowland was the last land to be developed, and with construction starting only 6 months before the opening of the park, Art Director Gabriel Scognamillo had his hands full dealing with potential sponsors and overseeing the look of the land. With a budget that had been eaten-up by the other lands, the entryway or portal to the land was one of the last things to be decided upon. These two early concepts place a large fountain at the entrance. The idea of a large impressive entryway is emphasized with these drawings, but with time and budget running out, the 15-foot tall Clock of the World became the portal to Tomorrowland. Accomplished in ink and graphite on untrimmed 10”x12” animation paper, the concepts are in very good condition with only minor wear. $400 - $600

155. ORIGINAL (8) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Incredible set of (8) original concept drawings by Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for the futuristic facades for exhibition space and rest areas that were placed throughout the land. Accomplished in graphite and ink on untrimmed 10”x12” animation paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and pinholes in corners. $700 - $1,000

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156. ORIGINAL (20) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Beautiful set of (20) original concept drawings by Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for the futuristic facades and exhibition space and rest areas that were placed throughout the land. Accomplished in graphite and ink on untrimmed 8”x9” sketch paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and pinholes in corners. $700 - $1,000

157. ORIGINAL (11) HERB RYMAN AND GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Outstanding set of (11) original concept drawings by Herb Ryman and Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for the futuristic buildings and underwater ride idea. Accomplished in colored marker and ink on untrimmed 8”x9” sketch paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and tears in corners. $1,000 - $1,500

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158. ORIGINAL (22) GABRIEL SCOGNAMILLO TOMORROWLAND CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1955) Outstanding set of (22) original concept drawings by Gabriel Scognamillo, the art director for Tomorrowland. The drawings are rough designs for the futuristic buildings in Tomorrowland. Accomplished in colored marker and ink on untrimmed 8”x9” sketch paper. All are in good condition with some creasing and light staining and tears in corners. $700 - $1,000

159. DISNEYLAND FANTASYLAND PIRATE SHIP BLUEPRINT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare early blueprint of the Fantasyland pirate ship that housed the Chicken of the Sea restaurant. The 45”x35” print is in good condition with some small edge tears and wear. $200 - $400

160. DISNEYLAND FANTASYLAND CASTLE BLUEPRINT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare Disneyland Fantasyland Castle Blueprint featuring the front and south elevation. the 40”x30” print is in very good condition with only light wear. $300 - $500

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161. ORIGINAL MONSANTO HOUSE OF THE FUTURE ART. (Disneyland, 1964) Beautiful original painting featuring Monsanto’s House of the Future. The attraction opened in 1957 and offered a glimpse into what a house might be like in the year 1986. This particular painting was used for a multitude of promotional pieces. Accomplished in acrylic on artists’ board and measuring 16”x17”. In fine condition. Unexamined out of frame. $12,000 - $15,000

162. HOUSE OF THE FUTURE CONCEPT BROWNLINE. (Disneyland, 1957) Incredibly rare concept brownline of Monsanto's House of The Future. Designed by Monsanto, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Walt Disney Imagineering, the attraction offered a tour of a home of the future, set in 1986. This 36"x48" concept brownline highlights the futuristic design of the home and its placement in the park. In very good condition with edge wear and light creasing and staining. An exceptional piece overall. There is a 5"x12" area of age toning (yellowing) in the upper right corner. $400 - $600

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Collecting Disneyland ART CORNER FUN PHOTOS. A feature of Tomorrowland’s “Art Corner” was the “Fun Photo Gallery.” Guests could choose their favorite park-themed plywood scenes to peek out from and have a photo taken. The quick developing Polaroid film would be peeled and mounted in a souvenir mailer.

163. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND FUN PHOTOS, MONORAIL LOGO DESIGN DRAWING. (Disneyland, 1959) This original logo design was used for the Monorail themed cut-out. Accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. Image size is 4.5”x6.5”. $400 - $600

164. ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, SUBMARINE VOYAGE PHOTO DISPLAY DESIGN DRAWING. (Disneyland, 1959) This original drawing was the design used for one of the Submarine Voyage themed cut-outs. Accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. Image size is 8”x10.5”. An example of a “Fun Photo” using this scene, can be found in the souvenir section of this catalog. $1,200 - $1,500

165. ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, SUBMARINE VOYAGE PHOTO DISPLAY DESIGN DRAWING. (Disneyland, 1959) This original drawing was the design used for one of the Submarine Voyage themed cut-outs. Accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. Image size is 7.25”x9.5”. $1,300 - $1,800

166. (2) ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, ADVENTURELAND CANNIBAL STEW DISPLAY DESIGN DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1959) These (2) original drawings were the design used for one of the Adventureland themed cut-outs. All drawings are accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. Image size of the largest drawing is 7”x5.5”. $1,500 - $1,800

167. (5) ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, MARK TWAIN STEAMBOAT DISPLAY DESIGN DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1959) These (5) original drawings were the designs used for a Mark Twain paddleboat themed cut-out. All drawings are accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. Image size of the largest drawing is 8”x8.25”. $1,200 - $1,500

168. (3) ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, ADVENTURELAND CANNIBAL STEW PRELIMINARY CONCEPT DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1959) These (3) original drawings were the rough design used for one of the Adventureland themed cutouts. All drawings are accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear and slight yellowing to paper. Image size of the largest drawing is 11”x11”. $800 - $1,200

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169. (2) ORIGINAL FUN PHOTOS, JUNGLE CRUISE DISPLAY DESIGN DRAWINGS. (Disneyland, 1959) These (2) original drawings were the rough design used for a Jungle Cruise themed cut-out at Disneyland’s Art Corner. All drawings are accomplished in graphite on untrimmed 15.5”x12.5” animation paper. Artwork is in fine condition with very little wear. The largest drawing has a stain to the left edge of the paper that does not affect the image. Image size of the largest drawing is 8”x9.5”. $1,500 - $1,800

171. ORIGINAL CHICKEN OF THE SEA RESTAURANT PIRATE CHARACTER DESIGN. (Disneyland 1960s) A rare original character design for a Pirate used in advertising material and promotion for the Pirate Ship restaurant in Fantasyland. Opened in 1955, and sponsored by Chicken of the Sea, the restaurant was a landmark in Fantasyland until 1982. Accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on 11”x14” sketch paper. In fine condition with little to no wear. Image size is 12”x8.5”. $400 - $600

170. (2) BROWNLINE RENDERINGS OF DISNEYLAND FUN PHOTO DISPLAYS. (Disneyland, 1959) These (2) 12.5”x15.5” brownlines were used for reference during construction of the Monorail, Mark Twain, and a Circus themed display at Disneyland’s Art Corner. In very good condition, with some discoloration as is normal with these types of materials. $200 - $300

172. ORIGINAL CHICKEN OF THE SEA RESTAURANT PIRATE CHARACTER DESIGN. (Disneyland 1960s) A rare original character design for a Pirate used in advertising material and promotion for the Pirate Ship restaurant in Fantasyland. Opened in 1955, and sponsored by Chicken of the Sea, the restaurant was a landmark in Fantasyland until 1982. Accomplished in graphite and colored pencil on 11”x14” sketch paper. In fine condition with little to no wear. Image size is 12”x9.5”. $400 - $600

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173. FANTASYLAND SKULL ROCK BLUEPRINT. (Disneyland, 1960s) Beautiful blueprint for the 1960 addition of Skull Rock to the Fantasyland Captain Hook ship that housed the Chicken of the Sea restaurant. The blueprint measures 35”x45”. Very good condition with some age toning (yellowing) overall. $300 - $500

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174. NEIL BOYLE COURT OF ANGELS CONCEPT PAINTING. (Disneyland, 1965) Stunning original painting by illustrator and Disney Imagineer, Neil Boyle for the “Court of Angeles” in New Orleans Square. The painting first appeared in a 1965 Vacationland magazine and then again in 1967 as the cover of the issue. Disney has also used if for a grand opening ticket booth poster and it has been reproduced countless times both in print and on merchandise. Accomplished in acrylic and pastel. Artwork measures 18”x24” with overall framed size 28”x34”. In fine condition with very little wear. Unexamined out of frame. $12,000 - $15,000

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175. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR NEW ORLEANS SQUARE PERFUME BOX. (Disneyland, 1964-65) A fantastic set of original artwork used to create a perfume box for New Orleans Square in Disneyland. These two designs, measuring 4.5” in diameter, were used to design the top surface of a perfume box created for the opening of New Orleans Square. This set also comes with an original perfume box that these original art pieces were used to create. The perfume box measures 4” in diameter and 2.5” high. The box contains a vile of perfume, a decorative flower, and a business card from Mlle, Antoinette’s Parfumerie. In good condition, box has some wear, and adhesive has separated on the original art with blue lettering. $200 - $400

178. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR DISNEYLAND C & H SUGAR. (Disneyland, 1965) Original concept artwork for C&H sugar of the C&H sugar corner on Main Street at Disneyland. Accomplished in ink and marker, on 5”x8” vellum paper. In very good condition with light discoloration. From the estate of Imagineer Ralph Kent. $200 - $400

176. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR DISNEYLAND C & H SUGAR. (Disneyland, 1965) Original concept artwork for C&H sugar of the C&H sugar corner on Main Street at Disneyland. Accomplished in ink and marker, on 5”x8” vellum mounted to 8.5”x11” board. In very good condition with light discoloration. From the estate of Imagineer Ralph Kent. $200 - $400

179. ORIGINAL MARC DAVIS PIRATE DRAWING. (Disneyland, 1967) Original rough drawing based on the ship captain from the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction by legendary animator/imagineer Marc Davis. The drawing was most likely done after the development of the ride as a gift. Accomplished in graphite on untrimmed 12.5”x16” animation paper. The pirate image measures 10”x7” and has been hand-initialed by Davis at the lower right. In very good condition with little to no wear. $2,000 - $3,000

177. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR DISNEYLAND C & H SUGAR. (Disneyland, 1965) Original concept artwork for C&H sugar of the C&H sugar corner on Main Street at Disneyland. Accomplished in ink and marker, on 5”x8” vellum mounted to 8.5”x11” board. In very good condition with light discoloration. From the estate of Imagineer Ralph Kent. $200 - $400

180. ORIGINAL MARC DAVIS DISNEYLAND FANTASY ON PARADE CONCEPT ART. (Disneyland, 1966) Original Marc Davis concept of a dancing circus elephant for Disneyland’s Fantasy on Parade. Accomplished in ink and watercolor on 8”x10.5” paper mounted on board. Image size is 4.5”x6” In very good condition with light staining throughout. From the estate of Ralph Kent. $2,000 - $3,000

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Collecting Disneyland 181. ORIGINAL ART AND DESIGN FOR DISNEYLAND STATIONARY. (Disneyland, late 1960s) Original “paste-up” designs for Disneyland stationary, envelopes and business cards from the late 1960s. Included in the lot are two 8.5”x11” mock-ups for stationary as well as a sample of the finished product, one 9.5”x4” envelope “mock-up” and one 3.5”x2” business card “mock-up” featuring the name “Walter Elias Disney.” All are in fine condition with light scuffing and glue staining. From the estate of Imagineer Ralph Kent. $900 - $1,200

182. 1965 DISNEYLAND PLOT PLAN. (Disneyland, 1965) Incredible oversize plot plan for Disneyland in 1965. The year was the beginning of a big transition for the park as it began to change shape, with attractions from the World’s Fair including Its a Small World, The Carousel of Progress, and the PeopleMover coming into the park. A new Tomorrowland was being designed and planned for as the park moved forward from its first 10 years. The plot plan measures 46”x36”. $1,000 - $2,000

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CLEM HALL. Hall, an accomplished portrait artist and scenic designer for MGM and Paramount Studios, joined WED in 1970 and immediately began working on Walt Disney World and the EPCOT project. His original concept paintings are seen on most of the early promotional work for the park. His murals for the American Adventure attraction are recognizable to anyone who has visited the park.

183. ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT PAINTING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original concept painting of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The painting features a stylized Space Mountain at night with the Autopia Attraction in the foreground. Accomplished in gouache on 11.25”x7.75” illustration board. In very good condition with minor wear to edges. $1,000 - $2,000

184. ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT PAINTING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original concept painting of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The painting features a stylized Space Mountain during the day with the Skyway, PeopleMover and Autopia attractions surrounding it. Accomplished in gouache on 11.25”x7.75” illustration board. Signed at lower left by Hall. In very good condition with minor wear to edges. $1,000 - $2,000

185. ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT PAINTING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original concept painting of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The painting features a stylized Space Mountain In daylight with the Autopia Attraction in the foreground. Accomplished in gouache on 11.25”x7.75” illustration board. In very good condition with minor wear to edges. $1,000 - $2,000

186. ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT PAINTING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original concept painting of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The painting features a stylized Space Mountain at night with the Skyway, PeopleMover and Autopia attractions surrounding it. Accomplished in gouache on 11.25”x7.75” illustration board. In very good condition with minor wear to edges. $1,000 - $2,000

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187. SIGNED ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original concept drawing of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The drawing features a stylized Space Mountain with the Autopia Attraction in the foreground. Accomplished in ink and graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. Signed by Hall at the lower right with “Space Mt. Idea” written on reverse. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

188. SPACE MOUNTAIN OVERHEAD VIEW BLUEPRINT. (Disneyland, 1975) Impressive 36”x48” blueprint for the roof of Space Mountain. In very good condition with expected wear. $200 - $400

189. SET OF (20) DISNEYLAND BLUEPRINTS FOR SPACE MOUNTAIN. (Disneyland, 1975) An amazing collection of (20) blueprints used for the construction of Space Mountain at Disneyland. The blueprints range in size from 35”x45” to 36”x48”. Conditions range from fair to very good with some edge wear, tears and age toning. Most of them are in very good condition. Included are first and second floor plans, concourse, detail wall sections and elevations, space stage elevations/section 2, and roof plans. An impressive history of one of Disneyland’s most popular attractions. $2,000 - $2,500

190. ORIGINAL SPACE MOUNTAIN CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1974) Extremely rare original preliminary concept drawing of Space Mountain by Imagineer Clem Hall. The drawing features his vision for the interior of Space Mountain and was a preliminary for a finished concept painting. Accomplished in ink and graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. Notated at the lower right with “Space Mt Rough for Rendering”. Comes with a copy of the finished painting. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

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191. SIGNED AL BERTINO DRAWING OF RABBITS FROM THE DISNEYLAND AMERICA SINGS ATTRACTION. (Disneyland, 1974) Signed original Al Bertino drawing of rabbits (“Dear Father Please Come Home”) from the America Sings attraction at Disneyland. The drawing is dedicated to “Clem”, possibly fellow Imagineer Clem Hall. Accomplished in graphite on 11.5”x8” sketch paper. In good condition. Uninspected out of frame. $700 - $900

193. ORIGINAL BIG THUNDER RAILROAD CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1979) Extremely rare original concept drawing by Imagineer Clem Hall for a Runaway Train attraction at Disney World that eventually became the Big Thunder Railroad attraction. Notated at bottom right “Clem Hall--Runaway Train--Disney”. Accomplished in graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

192. ORIGINAL BIG THUNDER RAILROAD CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1979) Extremely rare original concept drawing by Imagineer Clem Hall for a Runaway Train attraction at Disney World that eventually became the Big Thunder Railroad attraction. Accomplished in graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

194. ORIGINAL BIG THUNDER RAILROAD CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1979) Extremely rare original concept drawing by Imagineer Clem Hall for a Runaway Train attraction at Disney World that eventually became the Big Thunder Railroad attraction. Accomplished in graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

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195. ORIGINAL EPCOT MEXICAN PAVILION CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Extremely rare original concept drawing by Imagineer Clem Hall. The drawing is noted on the back “American Adventure Sketches--Clem Hall” but the image is easily recognized as the musical boat ride attraction, The Grand Fiesta Tour starring the Three Caballeros, which opened in the Mexican Pavilion in 2007, several years after Hall’s death. Accomplished in graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

197. ORIGINAL EPCOT MEXICAN PAVILION CONCEPT DRAWING BY TOM GILLEON. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept painting by Imagineer Tom Gilleon. The drawing is notated on the back “Mexican Pavillion/ EPCOT”. Gilleon was hired by Disney to deliver conceptual sketches and designs for its Disney World theme park. Later working on designs for EPCOT Center and then in the planning of Disneyland Tokyo, Disneyland Hong Kong and Disneyland Paris. Accomplished in gouache on 10.25”x4” board. In very good condition with minor wear. $200 - $400

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196. ORIGINAL EPCOT MEXICAN PAVILION CONCEPT DRAWING BY CLEM HALL. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Extremely rare original concept drawing by Imagineer Clem Hall. The drawing is noted on the back “American Adventure Idea Sketches--Clem Hall” but the image is easily recognized as the musical boat ride attraction, The Grand Fiesta Tour starring the Three Caballeros, which opened in the Mexican Pavilion in 2007, several years after Hall’s death. Accomplished in graphite on 10.25”x8.5” sketch paper. In very good condition with minor wear. $500 - $1,000

198. SIGNED WALT PEREGOY ORIGINAL CONCEPT PAINTING FOR EPCOT. (Walt Disney World, 1977) Signed Walt Peregoy early original early concept painting for EPCOT. After working as a background artist at the studio from 1951-1964, he returned as an Imagineer in 1977 to offer his unique vision and style to the building of EPCOT. This framed 18”x12.5” painting features a monorail type vehicle surrounding many famous international landmarks. The artwork is signed in the lower right corner by Peregoy. In fine condition with very little wear. Unexamined out of frame. $700 - $900


199. SIGNED WALT PEREGOY ORIGINAL CONCEPT PAINTING FOR EPCOT. (Walt Disney World, 1977) Signed Walt Peregoy original concept painting for EPCOT. After working as a background artist at the studio from 1951-1964, he returned as an Imagineer in 1977 to offer his unique vision and style to the building of EPCOT. This framed 18”x12.5” painting features a monorail type vehicle heading towards a Space Mountain type structure. The artwork is signed in the lower right corner by Peregoy. In fine condition with very little wear. Unexamined out of frame. $700 - $900

201. WALT DISNEY WORLD CINDERELLA CASTLE LOGO PRE-OPENING CONCEPT ART. (Walt Disney World, 1970) Rare original concept art for the Cinderella’s Castle logo at Walt Disney World. Accomplished in graphite on 7”x9” vellum mounted on 11”x15” board. In very good condition. $400 - $600

200. ORIGINAL GRAD NIGHT BUTTON ARTWORK. (Disneyland/Walt Disney World, 1978) Original artwork used for a button at Disneyland and Disney World’s 1978 Grad Night. Accomplished in gouache on 20”x20” artists’ board. The image is 14.5” in diameter and comes with overlays for Walt Disney World and Disneyland. In very good condition with some wear to board, but not affecting image. $400 - $600

202. WALT DISNEY WORLD CINDERELLA CASTLE LOGO PRE-OPENING CONCEPT ART. (Walt Disney World, 1970) Rare original concept art for the Cinderella’s Castle logo at Walt Disney World. Accomplished in marker on 9”x9” paper mounted on 11”x15” board. In very good condition. $400 - $600

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203. WALT DISNEY WORLD CINDERELLA CASTLE LOGO PRE-OPENING CONCEPT ART. (Walt Disney World, 1970) Rare original concept art for the Cinderella’s Castle logo at Walt Disney World. Accomplished in ink on 6.5”x11” vellum mounted on 11”x15” board. In very good condition. $400 - $600

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206. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 6.25”x4” card stock. In good condition with some light staining. $200 - $400 204. WALT DISNEY WORLD CINDERELLA CASTLE LOGO PRE-OPENING CONCEPT ART. (Walt Disney World, 1970) Rare original concept art for the Cinderella’s Castle logo at Walt Disney World. Accomplished in graphite on 7”x9” vellum mounted on 11”x15” board. In very good condition. $400 - $600

207. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 7”x3.5” card stock. In good condition with some light staining. $200 - $400

205. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 4.5”x6” card stock. In good condition with some light staining. $200 - $400

208. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 5.5”x3.75” card stock. In good condition with some light staining. $200 - $400

210. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 2”x6.25” vellum mounted on 9.5”x10.5” board. In good condition with some lifting off the board and light staining. $200 - $400

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209. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Original concept art for the logo for the VistaFlorida Phone system at the resort. Accomplished in gouache and marker on 5.5”x4” card stock. In good condition with some light staining. $200 - $400


211. ORIGINAL CONCEPT ART FOR 1980 MAGIC KINGDOM SILVER PASS. (Disneyland, 1980) Rare original concept art for a 1980 Magic Kingdom silver pass. Accomplished in ink and gouache on 3.5”x2.25” card stock. In very good condition with light staining. $300 - $500

212. SET OF (74) BLUEPRINTS FOR DISNEYLAND’S PETER PAN’S FLIGHT ATTRACTION. (Disneyland, 1982) Amazing complete set of (74) blueprints for the 1982 renovation of Disneyland’s Peter Pan’s Flight. The Blueprints cover everything from the complete layout of each section of the ride, to details as small as the portraits on the wall in the nursery. An amazing archive from one of Fantasyland’s most popular attractions. Each Blueprint measures 18”x24”. In very good condition, stored rolled, with yellowing to some pages, and very little wear. $3,000 - $5,000

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213. COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL DRAWINGS FOR PETER PAN’S FLIGHT ENTRANCE MURAL. (Disneyland, 1982) Incredible collection of (30) original drawings for elements of the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction. Included are studies and renderings used to make the entrance mural for the 1982 renovation of the ride as well as studies for the portraits of the characters hanging in the Darling’s nursery at the beginning of the ride. Also included in the collection are broken lines of Hook’s ship and other studies. Original artwork from this attraction very rarely is offered for sale, making this particular collection a very unique offering. All drawings are in very good condition with light wear. Sizes vary up to 16”x22” for the larger pieces. $5,000 - $7,000

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214. ORIGINAL JOHN NORMAN STEWART STUDY FOR THE MISTER TOAD’S WILD RIDE ATTRACTION MURAL. (Disneyland, 1980) Beautiful original painting by artist John Norman Stewart featuring scenes from the Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride attraction. During the 1980 renovation of Fantasyland, Stewart was comissioned to create the tapestry mural that decorates the loading area of the ride. Accomplished in graphite, ink and watercolor on 10”x5.5” artists board, this study is very close to the final version of the mural. Signed by Stewart at lower left. In fine condition with only slight wear. $1,500 - $2,500

215. SIGNED ORIGINAL XAVIER ATENCIO STUDY DRAWING FOR MR. TOAD’S WILD RIDE MURAL. (Disneyland, 1980) Beautiful graphite and colored pencil final line art drawing for the Mr Toad’s Wild Ride attraction entrance mural. Before becoming an Imagineer, Atencio was an animator at the Disney Studios from 1938 to 1965. After joining the Imagineering team, he wrote the script for Adventure Thru Inner Space and Pirates of the Carribbean, as well as writing lyrics for many of the song heard in the Haunted Mansion. During the 1980 renovation of Fantasyland, he assisted in designing the new mural for Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride as well as working on several other attractions. The untrimmed animation paper measures 12.5”x16”. The total image size of the characters is 12”x10”. In very good condition with slight wear. Hand-signed at the lower right. $2,000 - $2,500

216. ORIGINAL XAVIER ATENCIO STUDY DRAWINGS FOR MR. TOAD’S WILD RIDE MURAL (Disneyland, 1980) Pair of graphite and colored pencil final line art for elements of the Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride mural by Imagineer Xavier Atencio. Both drawings are on untrimmed 12.5”x16” animation paper. All are in very good condition with only slight wear. $1,000 - $2,000

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217. JOHN STONE PHOTO BINDER OF FANTASYLAND 1982 RENOVATION. (Disneyland, 1982) Beautiful 3-ring binder from the estate of Imagineer John Stone featuring (57) color slides and (156) color photos chronicling the pre-construction, construction, and opening of the “New Fantasyland”. Behind the scenes photos feature the construction of Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, as well as the remodeling of the entire area. Incredible documentation of a historic event in the park. In good condition with expected wear. $100 - $200

218. JOHN STONE PHOTO BINDER OF SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE MODEL RESTORATION. (Disneyland, 1985) Beautiful 3-ring binder with reference photos of the restoration of the original model of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle by Imagineer John Stone in 1985. The binder includes paint samples for the restoration as well as several photos pf the model and photos of the actual Disneyland Castle for reference. Approximately (85) photos in all. In good condition with expected wear throughout. $100 - $200

219. SPLASH MOUNTAIN PROJECT SCOPE DESCRIPTION AND REFERENCE PHOTO COLLECTION. (Disneyland, 1988) Incredible (240) page three-ring binder titled “Splash mountain--project Scope Description”. Covering the entire project, the binder is separated into topics such as “Project Scope”, “Facility”, and “Plant Selections”, as well as all aspects of the show including each section of the attraction, the use of the characters from “America Sings”, photos of additional animatronic models and maps of their movements, special effects, lighting and much more. The entire attraction is covered in detail prior to construction. Also included are (2) 17”x14” notebooks, one with reference photos of the building of the Imagineering model for the ride as well as original color reference paintings for plant effects and color swatches for the ride. The second notebook contains photos of the actual construction of the attraction by Imagineering. Together, they represent an incredibly rare and a fantastic look into the workings of Walt Disney Imagineering. All are in good condition with wear from use. $1,000 - $2,000

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220. ORIGINAL IMAGINEERING SPLASH MOUNTAIN MODEL. (Disneyland, 1988) Incredibly rare original Imagineering model of the top of Disneyland’s Splash Mountain. The model was built by Imagineer John Stone as part of the early design and construction of the attraction. Consructed of hand-painted and sculpted foam, the model measures 12”x12”x24”. In very good condition with light wear and chipping. $2,000 - $4,000

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221. JOHN STONE (7) IMAGINEERING DEVELOPMENT PAINTINGS FOR A DISNEY ATTRACTION THAT WAS NEVER PRODUCED. (Imagineering, 1989) Collection of (7) John Stone Imagineering development paintings for a Disney Roller Coaster attraction that was never produced. Accomplished in watercolor and ink on paper. They range in size from 9.5”x15” to 11.75”x17.5”. (4) paintings are mounted to illustration board. All are in very good condition with pin holes in the corners of four of them. $500 - $1,000

222. PETER PAN THUMBNAIL BLUE LINE FOR MURAL. (Disneyland, 1983) Peter Pan thumbnail blue line for the new entrance mural, added during the 1983 renovation of Fantasyland. Measures 18”x30”. In very good condition with some minor creasing. $200 - $400

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223. RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK TEMPLE OF DOOM RIDE MODEL BY JOHN STONE. (Disneyland, 1995) Rare and incredibly detailed model of the Disneyland Indiana Jones Adventure attraction. After creating the actual Imagineering model of the ride, Imagineer John Stone made (10) miniature replicas of his model. These were given to executives and Imagineers at the park. Stone kept one for himself and this is his personal model. Extremely detailed, just as the original model, the pieces are removeable to expose the lower level of the ride. Hand-painted and constructed of sculpted foam and particle board, the piece (including base) measures 22.5”x17.5”x5.5”. In fine condition with a few minor scratches on the base. $17,000 - $20,000

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224. LOT OF FIFTEEN (15) MAIN STREET ELECTRICAL PARADE BLUEPRINTS. (Disneyland, 1972) Beautiful set of (15) blueprints for the Main Street Electrical Parade. Each blueprint measures 11”x17” and all are in good to very good condition with expected wear. $1,000 - $1,500

225. SET OF (4) ORIGINAL DESIGN DRAWINGS FOR THE DISNEYLAND HOTEL. (Disneyland, 1960s-70s) Beautiful set of (4) original graphite design drawings for modernized information kiosks at the Disneyland Hotel. Most likely developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s during redevelopment of the hotel. Each design is on 18”x24” paper and features a different style of Kiosk. Stored rolled, all are in very good condition with very little wear. $600 - $800

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226. SET OF (11) BROWNLINE DESIGNS FOR THE DISNEYLAND 25TH ANNIVERSARY PARADE. (Disneyland, 1979) Nice set of (11) brownline design drawings for the 1980 25th Anniversary Parade at Disneyland. The designs feature many of the land-themed floats as well as details on speaker placement and logos. Each brownline measures 22”x30”. In good condition, stored rolled, with yellowing from age. $500 - $1,000

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227. RARE ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT FIRST-PULL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare version of the Disneyland Peter Pan’s Flight attraction poster. As one of the first pulls of this hand-silkscreened poster, it has a small white border around the image and black shadowing behind the lettering, both of which were removed from subsequent pulls. This is one of the only examples of this version we have seen offered for sale. Measures 54”x36”. The Bjorn Aronson designed poster is in good condition with a 0.75” tear in left side, pin holes in all four corners, creasing throughout image with extensive broken color. Small tears on edges and in corners have been repaired with cellophane tape on the back of the poster. $2,500 - $3,500

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228. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Peter Pan’s Flight attraction. This Bjorn Aronson designed poster measures 54”x36”. The poster is in very good condition with small tears and wear on edges and in corners. $2,500 - $3,500

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229. RARE DISNEYLAND “JET” ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956/1961) An extremely rare and unusual hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Astrojets attraction. Astrojets opened in 1956 in Tomorrowland. This original Bjorn Aronson designed poster is the same one that was made for the opening of the ride, however, in 1961, American Airlines came out with an “Astrojet” Airliner and it is thought that Disney removed the name from its signage at that time. Rather than make an entirely new poster, the word “Astrojet” has been silkscreened over and replaced with the word “Jet”. The “Astrojet” lettering can still be faintly seen when looking at the reverse of the poster. An extremely rare variant of an extremely rare poster, this is the only example we have ever seen. Measures 54”x36”. In very good to fine condition with very minor creasing in upper corners. 1”x1” piece of tape on back upper left corner has writing that reads “33” in pen. This poster is nearly perfect. $3,000 - $5,000

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230. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ROCKET JETS ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Rocket Jets attraction. Opening in the New Tomorrowland in 1967, the Rocket Jets replaced the Astrojets in Tomorrowland, and this Ken Chapman designed poster borrows heavily from the original by Bjorn Aronson. Measures 54”x36”. In very good to fine condition. Some edge and corner wear. $2,000 - $3,000

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231. SANTA FE AND DISNEYLAND RAILROAD ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare original hand silk-screened poster for the Santa Fe and Disneyland Railroad. This Bjorn Aronson designed poster is dry mounted to board, measures 36”x54” and is in good condition with restorations in the pink areas along the bottom edge and along a center fold. $8,000 - $9,000

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232. DISNEYLAND RAILROAD BICENTENNIAL SPECIAL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1976) An impressive (60) color hand silk-screened poster made as a special edition for the Disneyland Railroad. The Jim Michaelson, Ernie Prinzhorn, and Ryudy Lord designed poster was only released in a numered edition of 144 pieces. Measures 46”x31”. In very good condition with little to no wear. $1,500 - $2,500

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233. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND STORYBOOK LAND ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand silk-screened poster for the Disneyland Storybook Land attraction. The earliest pulls of this Bjorn Aronson designed poster featured a white border which, as with other attraction posters was removed from future pulls. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition with minor creasing throughout the image. Restoration of 3” tear in both top and bottom edges, and several small 0.25” -0.5” restored tears in edges. 2.5” printing flaw in yellow background near lower edge center. $3,000 - $5,000

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234. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND HOTEL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Hotel. The Bjorn Aronson designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good to fine condition with slight creasing along the upper right edge, two small creases across top left corner, and two very light 1” and 1.5” creases near left edge about 15” down from top. $1,500 - $2,500

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235. RARE ORIGINAL GOLDEN HORSESHOE REVIEW ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland 1956) Rare first version hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Golden Horseshoe Review attraction. This Bjorn Aronson designed poster went through changes in the early years of the park, but this 54”x36” poster with Frontierland screened across the bottom, is the original version, and one of the more difficult attraction posters to find. In very good condition with some slight wear to edges and two small tears on right edge that have been repaired with framer tape. A 1”x1” piece of framers tape is on the back upper left corner with the number “109” written in ball-point pen. Toning across top edge only visible on the reverse of the poster. $3,000 - $5,000

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236. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND GOLDEN HORSESHOE REVIEW ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1961) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Golden Horseshoe Review attraction. This particular poster was the second version of the Bjorn Aronson designed poster and was screened in the early 1960s. It features the Pepsi-Cola logo and “Disneyland” across the bottom. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition. There are a few very light dings and creases on upper corners and sides including a 0.4” tear near upper right corner. Also a 1” crease across the upper right corner is starting to break away. $2,000 - $3,000

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237. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND SPACE STATION X-1 ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Space Station X-1 attraction in Tomorrowland. Opened in 1955, this walk-through attraction gave guests the illusion of traveling through space. It closed in 1960 and was replaced by the Art of Animation exhibit. This Bjorn Aronson designed poster measures 54”x36”. In very good condition with light staining from moisture on right edge and light scratches and scuffs throughout the image. $3,000 - $4,000

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238. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ROCKET TO THE MOON ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Rocket to the Moon attraction. Considered by far one of the most rare and most iconic of the attraction posters, this Bjorn Aronson designed poster is one of only a handful known to exist. Measures 54�x36�. In good condition. It has been restored and linen backed but still shows creases from originally being triple folded at one time. $15,000 - $20,000

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239. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND DUMBO, MAD TEA PARTY, AND CAROUSEL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand-silkscreened poster for Disneyland’s Fantasyland. The Bjorn Aronson designed poster features, the Dumbo, Mad Tea Party And Carousel attractions. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition. with two 0.25” tears in right side, a 6” crease across top left corner with broken color, very light wear to edges across left side and 2” crease in image near top right side. $1,500 - $2,500

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240. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand silk-screened poster for the Disneyland 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction. Designed by Imagineer Bjorn Aronson, the strong graphics, and brilliant colors make this one of the most collectible posters from the park. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition. A 1.5” tear in top edge and tiny tears on left and right sides have been restored. A few light scuffs and scratches in image. $3,000 - $4,000

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241. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND AUTOPIA ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Autopia attraction. Like many of these first posters, the earliest pulls of this Bjorn Aronson designed poster featured a white border which, as with other attraction posters was removed from future pulls. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition with a 2.5” tear in lower edge and some restoration near upper right side. $2,500 - $3,500

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242. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND FRONTIERLAND ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Original hand-silkscreened poster for Disneyland’s Frontierland. The Bjorn Aronson designed poster features the Mark Twain Riverboat, Keel Boats, and War Canoes. Measures 54”x36”. In very good to fine condition with several tiny 0.15” to 0.25” tears and chips in left edge, 4” crease across top left corner, 2” crease in black area of image, and middle left with broken color. $1,500 - $2,500

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243. RARE ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND TOM SAWYER ISLAND ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened version of the Disneyland Tom Sawyer Island attraction poster. This particular version of the Bjorn Aronson designed poster was from the opening of the attraction in 1956, and features The Bottomless Pit, Indian Territory, and River Fishing as some of the Island’s features. These were removed from later, more common versions of this poster. Measures 54”x36”. The poster is in very good condition with mild wrinkling and minimal blemishes in some areas of color. Unexamined out of frame. $4,000 - $5,000

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244. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ALICE IN WONDERLAND ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1958) Original hand silk-screened poster for the Disneyland Alice in Wonderland attraction. Imagineer Sam McKim designed this stunning poster for the Fantasyland attraction. Measures 54”x36”. In nearly perfect condition with very light scuffs near upper right corner. $1,500 - $2,500

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245. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND SAILING SHIP COLUMBIA ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1958) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Sailing Ship Columbia attraction. Designed by Bjorn Aronson, this poster measures 54”x36”. In very good to near fine condition with slight wear to right edge including creasing, chipping, and tiny 0.15” tears near the upper right corner. $2,000 - $3,000

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246. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND MATTERHORN BOBSLEDS ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1959) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction. This Paul Hartley designed poster measures 54”x36”. In very good condition with some minor restoration and minor wear. $3,000 - $4,000

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247. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND SUBMARINE VOYAGE ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1959) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Submarine Voyage attraction. This Sam McKim designed poster is another favorite among collectors for its stylized graphics and pleasing color palette. Measures 54”x36”. In fine condition. $3,000 - $5,000

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248. DISNEYLAND AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL IN CIRCARAMA ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1960) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland America the Beautiful in Circarama attraction. Opening in 1960, the attraction closed in 1967 and reopened as America the Beautiful in Circle-Vision 360. Measures 54”x36”. In good condition with edge wear on all sides and has been carefully attached to a piece of foam board with framers tape (removable). One of the few examples of this poster we have seen. $4,000 - $6,000

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249. DISNEYLAND AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL IN CIRCARAMA LAMPOST SHIELD. (Disneyland, 1960) Rare original hand-silkscreened color lampost shield for the Disneyland America the Beautiful in Circarama attraction. Although not as well known as the attraction posters, and certainly more rare, shields like this one were placed at eye level throughout the park and advertised many of the most popular attractions. Measures 27”x21.5”. In very good condition with light wear to edges. $3,500 - $4,500

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250. DISNEYLAND NATURES WONDERLAND ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1960) Rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Nature’s Wonderland attraction. Measures 54”x36”. In good condition with some edge wear. $4,500 - $5,500

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251. RARE ORIGINAL FLYING SAUCERS ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1961) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Flying Saucers attraction in Tomorrowland. Built in 1961, this was the last attraction to open in the original Tomorrowland. Guests floated on a cushion of air and controlled their “bumper” cars by leaning in the direction they wanted to go. The attraction was very popular, but suffered numerous mechanical problems, was expensive to operate, and could only handle a relatively small number of riders per day. The attraction closed in 1966 and was replaced by the Tomorrowland Stage in the “New Tomorrowland. This Rolly Crump designed attraction poster measures 54”x36”. Some slight creasing, scratches and scuffs throughout image, one small 1/4” x 1/2” area of color restoration on the left edge and lower corners. Tape on the back from previous framing. Overall, in very good to fine condition. $12,000 - $15,000

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252. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND RAILROAD VIA GRAND CANYON DIORAMA ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1962) Rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Railroad via Grand Canyon Diorama attraction. This poster, with its stylized graphics and stunning color palette was created by Imagineer Paul Hartley in 1958. The earliest runs of this poster had Fantasyland Station listed along the bottom. In 1962 that station was removed from the poster. Measures 54”x36”. In good condition with some creasing and broken color along right and left edges and in image. $3,000 - $5,000

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253. RARE ORIGINAL WED ENTERPRISES DISNEYLAND MONORAIL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1961) Unusual variant of the Disneyland Monorail attraction poster. Designed by Imagineer Paul Hartey, this poster has a WED Enterprises copyright along the bottom rather than the standard Walt Disney Productions copyright found on similar posters. It was part of the WED Enterprises reference library and was linen-backed at WED studio where it hung in a rack with other posters. The 54�x36� poster is in fair to good condition with heavy wrinkles throughout from the linen mount process and large holes across the top and lower edge, used for attaching it to the WED hanging poster rack. $1,000 - $2,000

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254. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ALWEG MONORAIL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1961) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Alweg Monorail attraction. The Paul Hartley designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good to fine condition with some edge wear and a 2” band of age toning across the top edge. $1,500 - $2,500

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255.ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1963) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Enchanted Tiki Room attraction at Disneyland. This Paul Hartley designed poster measures 54”x36”, and is in very good condition with minimal wrinkling. Unexamined out of frame. $10,000 - $12,000

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256. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1965) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln attraction. Measures 54”x36”. In very good condition with some edge wear. One 0.15” tear near lower right corner. The name of the poster is written on reverse in pencil in two places. $1,000 - $1,500

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257. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND IT’S A SMALL WORLD ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland It’s a Small World attraction. Designed by Imagineer Paul Hartley, the poster measures 54”x36” and is in good condition with some light staining from moisture and two light ink smudges near the left edge (printing flaws). $750 - $1,000

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258. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND PRIMEVAL WORLD ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Primeval World attraction at Disneyland. This Claude Coats designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good condition with some edge wear and tape restoration. Slight fading or yellowing from previous framing due to exposure. 36” vertical line/printing flaw through the yellow background which is typical with this poster. $1,500 - $2,500

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259. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland America the Beautiful in Circle-Vision 360 attraction. This Ken Chapman designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good condition with some light creasing. $750 - $1,000

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260. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Adventure Thru Inner Space attraction, which opened in 1967 as part of the “New Tomorrowland”. The John Drury designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good condition with some edge and corner wear. $1,500 - $2,500

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261. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND PEOPLEMOVER ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland PeopleMover attraction. The Ken Chapman designed poster measures 54”x36” and is in very good to fine condition. $3,000 - $5,000

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262. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Pirates Of The Caribbean attraction. This Colin Campbell designed poster is one of the more difficult to find and is always in demand among collectors. Measures 54”x36”, and is in very good condition with some minor creasing and mild wear. $8,000 - $10,000

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263. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND FLIGHT TO THE MOON ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1967) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Flight to the Moon attraction. In 1967, as part of the ‘New Tomorrowland”, the Rocket to the Moon attraction was updated, redesigned, and renamed Flight to the Moon. This Ken Chapman designed poster replaced the Rocket to the Moon poster with more emphasis on the moon as the iconic rocket was no longer in Tomorrowland. Measures 54”x36” and in very good condition with some minor edge wear. $2,500 - $3,500

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264. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND HAUNTED MANSION ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1969) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the Disneyland Haunted Mansion attraction. Designed by Ken Chapman and Marc Davis, it is one of the most popular and collectible of the Disneyland attraction posters. Measures 54”x36” and is in very good condition with some mild edge wear. $6,000 - $8,000

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265. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND COUNTRY BEAR JAMBOREE ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1972) Original lithographic poster for the Disneyland Country Bear Jamboree attraction. This poster design by Marc Davis, Jim Michaelson, and Eddie Martinez, was used at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Tokyo Disneyland. Measures 53”x36” and is in very good condition with some edge wear. $500 - $700

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266. ORIGINAL THE WALT DISNEY STORY FEATURING GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1983) Original lithographic poster form the Walt Disney Story attraction. Designed by Bob McDonnell, this poster is dry mounted to board. Measures Measures 44”x28.75”.. In very good condition with some very light surface scuffing. $2,500 - $3,500

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267. ORIGINAL WALT DISNEY WORLD AMERICAN JOURNEYS ATTRACTION POSTER. (Walt Disney World, 1984) Original hand-silkscreened poster for the American Journeys attraction at Walt Disney World. This Leticia Lelvier poster design was used for the attraction at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Tokyo Disneyland. This particular poster was an artist’s proof for the run, and has “Artists Proof” written in pencil along the lower right margin. Measures 47”x33”. In very good condition with some minor wrinkling and wear. $500 - $700

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268. TOKYO DISNEYLAND SKYWAY ATTRACTION POSTER. (Tokyo Disneyland, 1987) Beautiful original hand-silkscreened poster for the Skyway attraction at Tokyo Disneyland. Designed by Rudy Lord, this particular poster appears to be a printing proof, with color reference swatches along the edges. The entire poster measures 47”x33” with an image size of 45”x30”. Posters from Tokyo Disneyland are extremely hard to find. This poster is in very good condition with very light creasing and scuffing. $1,500 - $2,500

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269. EURO DISNEY ADVENTURE ISLE ATTRACTION POSTER. (Euro Disney, 1991) Beautiful original hand-silkscreened poster for the Adventure Isle attraction at Euro Disneyland. Designed by George Stokes, Chris Tietz, and Mimi Sheean, the image is a homage to Disneyland’s former icons, Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship, Skull Rock, and the Swiss Family Treehouse. Produced using a wide array of high-gloss inks, very much like fine art serigraphs, and very European in style, this poster needs to be seen in person to be fully appreciated. This poster was never offered for sale to the public, and is extremely hard-to-find, so much so that this is the only example we have seen offered for public sale. This particular poster appears to be a printing proof, with color reference swatches along the edges and Walt Disney Imagineering logo along bottom. The entire poster measures 47”x33” with an image size of 45”x30”. This poster is in fine condition with very little wear. $4,000 - $6,000

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270. EURO DISNEY PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN ATTRACTION POSTER. (Euro Disney, 1991) Extremely rare original hand-silkscreened poster for the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Euro Disneyland. Designed by George Stokes, this is perhaps one of the most striking of all the “Pirates” posters. Produced using a wide array of high-gloss inks, very much like fine art serigraphs, and very European in style, this poster needs to be seen in person to be fully appreciated. This poster was never offered for sale to the public, and is extremely hard-to-find, so much so that this is the only example we have seen offered for public sale. This particular poster appears to be a printing proof, with color reference swatches along the edges and Walt Disney Imagineering logo along bottom. The entire poster measures 47”x33” with an image size of 45”x30”. The poster is in fine condition with very little wear. $4,000 - $6,000

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271. EURO DISNEY SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE ATTRACTION POSTER. (Euro Disney, 1992) Stunning original hand-silkscreened poster for the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Euro Disneyland. Designed by Tracy Trinast, and Tom Morris, this poster was never offered for sale to the public, and is extremely hard-to-find, so much so that this is the only example we have seen offered for public sale. Produced using a wide array of high-gloss inks, very much like fine art serigraphs, and very European in style, this poster needs to be seen in person to be fully appreciated. This particular poster appears to be a printing proof, with color reference swatches along the edges and Walt Disney Imagineering logo along bottom. The entire poster measures 47”x33” with an image size of 45”x30”. This poster is in fine condition with very little wear. $4,000- $6,000

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272. EURO DISNEY PHANTOM MANOR ATTRACTION POSTER. (Euro Disney, 1991) A rare original lithographic poster for the Phantom Manor at Euro Disneyland. Designed by Maggie Parr, and Leticia Lelevier, this poster was only used for the first year of operation, and is very scarce. This poster measures 45�x30� and is in fine condition with very little wear. $2,000 - $3,000

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273. TOMORROWLAND “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER, WITH ORIGINAL RALPH KENT DESIGN ARTWORK. (Disneyland, 1966) This is an incredibly rare 8”x6” Ralph Kent original artwork for the Tomorrowland “near-attraction” poster paired with the finished poster. The artwork is signed and dated 1965, and the poster was released in the summer of 1966. The 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. Uninspected out of the frame, the poster is in good condition with some visible creasing. Artwork is in good condition with some glue staining visible. $1,200 - $1,500

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274. FANTASYLAND “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER, WITH ORIGINAL RALPH KENT DESIGN ARTWORK. (Disneyland,1966) This is an incredibly rare 7.5”x5.5” Ralph Kent original artwork for the Fantasyland “near-attraction” poster paired with the finished poster. The artwork is signed and dated 1965, and the poster was released in the summer of 1966. The 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. Poster is in very good condition, but uninspected out of frame. Artwork is in good condition with some glue staining visible. $1,200 - $1,500

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275. DISNEYLAND FRONTIERLAND “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, with some minor wear. $400 - $600

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276. DISNEYLAND MAIN STREET “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, with some minor wear. $400 - $600

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277. DISNEYLAND ADVENTURELAND “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, with some minor wear. $400 - $600

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278. DISNEYLAND FANTASYLAND NEAR-ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, with some minor wear. $400 - $600

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279. DISNEYLAND TOMORROWLAND NEAR-ATTRACTION POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, with some minor wear. $400 - $600

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280. NEW ORLEANS SQUARE “NEAR-ATTRACTION” POSTER. (Disneyland, 1966) A very scarce “near-attraction” poster from the summer of 1966. This beautiful 31”x23” printed poster was part of a set of (6) images that were actually displayed in the park as attraction posters but also sold individually at the Main Street Emporium. They were only available that summer and as such, are very hard to come by. In very good condition, uninspected out of frame. $400 - $600

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281. DISNEYLAND “GO GREYHOUND” TRAVEL POSTER. (Disneyland, 1955) Beautiful travel poster produced and displayed by Greyhound in the 1950s. Measures 37”x27”.In good condition with some edge wear. $2,000 - $3,000

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282. WELTON BECKETT UNITED STATES PAVILLION PRESENTATION POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1963) Stunning silk-screened poster made as gifts to World’s Fair, Disney, and General Electric executives, featuring a conceptual rendering of the American Pavillion at the fair. Hand silk-screened on 26.5” x 40” thick rag paper, the piece is in fine condition with very little wear. $300 - $500

283. WELTON BECKETT PROGRESSLAND PAVILLION PRESENTATION POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1963) Stunning silk-screened poster made as gifts to World’s Fair, Disney, and General Electric executives, featuring a conceptual rendering of the space-age pavillion at the fair. Designed by Walt Disney’s famed Imagineering, and built by the famous, Disney friendly architectural firm, Welton and Beckett and Associates,the General Electric Pavillion housed the Carousel of Progress attraction and the Progressland energy exhibit. Hand silk-screened on 26.5”x40” thick rag paper, the piece is in fine condition with very little wear. $2,500 - $3,500

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284. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR MAP PROMOTIONAL DISPLAY POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1964) This 26”x33” display poster is on a heavy duty, canvas-like stock and was made to hang at souvenir kiosks throughout the fairgrounds to advertise the same illustrated map on paper. Double sided, the reverse offers a map of New York City and the surrounding boroughs with transportation routes to and from the Fair Grounds. The graphics are terrific and provide a very clear perspective of the fair layout as well as images of the Disney built GM Pavillion as well as the Coca-Cola It’s a Small World Pavillion. Rolled, and in very good-fine condition with very little wear. $350 - $450

286. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR GENERAL MOTORS GM FUTURAMA PROMOTIONAL POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1964) An extremely rare promotional poster for General Motors presentation of “FUTURAMA”! A striking image from this iconic pavilion that went toe-to-toe with Ford Motor Company’s presentation of Walt Disney’s “Magic Skyway”… the two titans at the fair! This huge poster is for the under-sponsor, Guardian Maintenance. The poster is in need of restoration, however, it is well worth the effort as any artifacts of his mind-altering attraction at the fair are hard to come by. Measuring 70”x38” and in fair to good condition. $450 - $550

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285. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR PROMOTIONAL POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1964) Beautiful lithographic 42.5”x28” poster promoting the World’s Fair. The artwork is by well-known Hollywood artist Bob Peak. In good condition with small edge tears and wear throughout. $600 - $1,000

287. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR WELCOME VISITORS FAIR HANGING FLAG BANNER. (New York World’s fair, 1964) Beautiful 36”x36” silkscreened cloth hanging banner used at the 1964 New York World’s fair. In very good condition with expected wear from use and age. $700 - $1,000


288. COME TO THE FAIR! PROMOTIONAL POSTER. (New York World’s Fair, 1964) Beautiful 42.5”x28” poster promoting the World’s Fair. This iconic poster is in good condition with some edge and corner wear. $1,000 - $1,500

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289. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB TALENT ROUND-UP DAY COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1956) Original shirt, skirt and badge from Talent Round-Up Days on the Mickey Mouse Club TV series. The Mickey Mouse Club and Disneyland may not be the most obvious connection, but both relied on each other in the early days of the park. Walt Disney’s TV show “Disneyland” was successful on ABC, but with expenses mounting, Disney needed another TV show to bring in much needed revenue as well as help promote his theme park. While working on the park, Disney, with the help of Bill Walsh, developed the format for the Mickey Mouse Club. After open auditions and rehearsals, the “Mousekteers” made their debut appearance at Disneyland’s opening day parade on July 17th, 1955. Once the first season filming wrapped up, the Mouseketeers were back at Disneyland performing in the Mickey Mouse Club Circus and for the next several years, made regular appearances at the park. This western costume consists of a shirt, skirt, and prop deputy badge that belonged to and was worn by Mouseketeer Darlene Gillespie during the Talent Round-Up Days segments of the series. An incredibly rare piece of memorabilia from the early days of Disney TV and history of the park. In very good condition. The shirt has some small stains on the front. $5,000 - $7,000

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290. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB TALENT ROUND-UP DAY COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1956) Original shirt and pants from Talent Round-Up Days on the Mickey Mouse Club TV series. The “Mousekteers” made their debut appearance at Disneyland’s opening day parade on July 17th, 1955. Once the first season filming wrapped up, the Mouseketeers were back at Disneyland performing in the Mickey Mouse Club Circus and for the next several years, made regular appearances at the park. This Western costume consists of a shirt and pants was worn during the Talent Round-up Days segments of the series. The shirt belonged to Mousketeer Charley Laney. An incredibly rare piece of memorabilia from the early days of Disney TV and history of the park. In very good condition with three small holes near the left pocket (could be from the deputy badge). $3,000 - $5,000


291. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB TALENT ROUND-UP DAY BOOTS. (Disneyland, 1956) Original pair of leather boots from the Talent Round-Up Days segments of the Mickey Mouse Club. The “Mousekteers” made their debut appearance at Disneyland’s opening day parade on July 17th, 1955. Once the first season filming wrapped up, the Mouseketeers were back at Disneyland performing in the Mickey Mouse Club Circus and for the next several years, made regular appearances at the park. These boots belonged to Mouseketeer Cheryl Holdridge. These boots are estimated to be woman’s size 6. In very good condition with slight wear. $3,000 - $4,000

292. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB TALENT ROUND-UP DAY PROP DEPUTY BADGE. (Disneyland, 1956) Original tin prop deputy badge from the Talent Round-Up segments of The Mickey Mouse Club. The “Mousekteers” made their debut appearance at Disneyland’s opening day parade on July 17th, 1955. Once the first season filming wrapped up, the Mouseketeers were back at Disneyland performing in the Mickey Mouse Club Circus and for the next several years, made regular appearances at the park. Measures 4.75”x4.75” and is in very good condition. $500 - $700

293. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB CIRCUS CAST-MEMBER PATCH. (Disneyland, 1955) Extremely rare cast-member patch for the Disneyland Mickey Mouse Club Circus, in fact the only example we have seen offered for sale. This 2.5”x2.5” cloth embroidered patch was worn on cast-member shirts and jackets during the short-lived run of the Mickey Mouse Club Circus from November, 1955 through September 1956. In very good condition with only slight wear. $300 - $500

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294. FIRST YEAR DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER ID BADGE. (Disneyland, 1955) Extremely rare original Disneyland brass ID badge from 1955. Before the wellknown Disneyland cast-member name tags were issued, Disneyland supplied these brass employee ID number badges to all cast-members. Walt Disney himself carried one of these with the ID # 1. Measuring 1.75”x2.5” and in very good condition with paint wear and fading from use. $2,000 - $3,000

295. FIRST YEAR DISNEYLAND SUPERVISOR ID BADGE. (Disneyland, 1955) Extremely rare original Disneyland brass ID badge from 1955. Before the wellknown Disneyland cast-member name tags were issued, Disneyland supplied brass employee ID number badges to all cast-members. However, supervisors of specific departments had brass badges with their names engraved on them. This particular badge belonged to Chuck Hannaford, a supervisor of the ticket sellers. Measures 1.75”x2.5”. In very good condition with paint wear and fading from use. $2,000 - $3,000

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296. ORIGINAL MONORAIL PILOT’S HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1959) An original cast-member badge for the first Monorail pilots’ hats in 1959. These high quality emblems were designed to give the attraction pilots an air of authority, just as any rail or airline pilot would expect. The brass badge features enamel paint and two screw back fittings for attachment to a cap. Very scarce, as only a handful are known to have survived. The badge measures 1.25”x3.25” and is in good condition with some wear and missing paint. Beautifully presented in a custom designed frame with a limited edition photo of Walt Disney at the Monorail. Overall frame size 17.5”x15.5”. $1,000 - $2,000

298. DISNEYLAND AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL BELL SYSTEM PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960) Rare Bell System cloth embroidered patch worn by castmembers at the America the Beautiful attraction in Tomorrowland. Measures 2.75”x3”. In good condition with some discoloration throughout. $200 - $300

300. MATTERHORN BOBSLEDS CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960) An early embroidered patch depicting the crest of the Matterhorn Bobsleds. These smaller patches were worn on cast-members tirolian shirts. Measures 2.5”x2”. In very good condition. $75 - $150

297. DISNEYLAND FANTASYLAND PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960s) Beautiful cloth embroidered patch for cast-members that worked the attractions and shops in Fantasyland. Measures 3”x4.5”. In good condition with some wear and staining. $200 - $300

299. RARE SUBMARINE VOYAGE METAL HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1960s) Rare metal hat badge worn by cast-members on the Submarine Voyage attraction in the 1960s. Measures 2”x2.5”. In very good condition with light wear. $200 - $300

301. SUBMARINE VOYAGE PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960s) Light blue and yellow cloth embroidered patch worn by cast-members on the Submarine Voyage attraction in the 1960s. Measures 3.5”x2”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

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302. RARE NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD UNIFORM PATCH. (World’s Fair, 1964) Extremely rare decorative patch worn by World’s Fair employees on their costume at The New York World’s Fair. This patch has the script “it’s a small world” paired with the Tower of the Four Winds logo on the surface. Measures 3.5”x2.5” and is in very good condition with some paper fragments adhered to the reverse side. $300 - $400

304. DISNEYAND BAND MEMBER PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960s) Cloth embroidered sleeve patch worn by members of the Disneyland Band in the 1960s. Measures 5”x4”. In good condition with some discoloration from age. $150 - $250

306. ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE COSTUME PATCH. (Disneyland, 1977) Blue cloth embroidered costume patch from the Adventure Thru Inner Space attraction after Monsanto no longer sponsored it. Measures 3” in diameter and is in very good condition. $200 - $400

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303. DISNEYLAND CASTLE LOGO PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960s) Beautiful cloth embroidered patch featuring the Disneyland logo and castle, worn in the 1960s by cast-members. Measures 4.5”x2.5”. In good condition with some discoloration from age. $100 - $200

305. MONSANTO ADVENTURES THRU INNERSPACE UNIFORM PATCH. (Disneyland, 1967) Cloth embroidered costume patch from the Monsanto Adventure Thru Inner Space attraction. Measures 2.5”x3” and is in very good condition. $150 - $250

307. DISNEYLAND 1965 TENCENIAL CELEBRATION PATCH. (Disneyland, 1965) A decorative patch worn by Disneyland cast-members in celebration of Disneyland’s 10th aniversary. This patch features imagery of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle with a large “65” behind it. Measures 2.75” in diameter. In good condition, with some mild discoloration and portions of adhesive on the reverse from when this patch was once adhered to a cast-member costume. $100 - $200


309. GE CAROUSEL OF PROGRESS PATCH. (Disneyland, 1970s) Cloth embroidered patch featuring the Disneyland logo worn by cast-members on the GE Carousel of Progress attraction. Measures 4”x1.5“ and is in very good condition. $200 - $400

308. DISNEYLAND IT’S A SMALL WORLD YELLOW PATCH. (Disneyland, 1966) Cloth embroidered patch worn by cast-members on the Its A Small World attraction. Measures 3”x3”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

310. GOODYEAR PEOPLEMOVER PATCH. (Disneyland, 1970s) Cloth embroidered patch worn by cast-members on the Goodyear PeopleMover attraction. Measures 3.25”x2“ and is in very good condition. $100 - $200

311. DISNEYLAND TRAP AND SKEET CLUB PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Unusual cloth embroidered patch for cast-members that were part of the Disneyland Trap and Skeet Club. Measuring 4” diameter and in very good condition. $75 - $100

312. DISNEYLAND BOWLING TEAM BOWLING SHIRT WITH PATCH. (Disneyland, 1960s-70s) Late 1960s or early 1970s bowling shirt of a member of the Disneyland Bowling Club. Sponsored by a local plumbing/engineering company, the size large shirt features the club patch on the left arm. In good worn condition. $100 - $200

313. DISNEYLAND TRAP AND SKEET CLUB PATCH. (Disneyland, 1970s) Unusual oversize cloth jacket patch for The Disneyland Trap and Skeet Club. Most likely from the early 1970s, the patch measures 11”x5” and is in good unused condition. $100 - $200

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314. TOMMOROWLAND SUBMARINE VOYAGE PATCH. (Disneyland, 1970s) Cloth embroidered Submarine Voyage cast-member patch worn in the 1970s at the attraction. Measures 3”x2”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

316. MATTERHORN EXPEDITION PATCH. (Disneyland, 1978) Cloth embroidered Matterhorn Expedition patch worn by cast-members for the 1978 refurbishment of the Matterhorn. Measures 5”x3.5” and is in very good condition. $75 - $100

318. SPACE MOUNTAIN INAGURAL FLIGHT PATCH. (Disneyland, 2005) Cloth embroidered Space Mountain inagural flight patch. Measures 2.5” in diameter and is in very good condition. $50 - $100

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315. DISNEYLAND BANDSHOULDER EPLET. (Disneyland, 1980) A rare shoulder eplet from a band performers costume, this piece was used during the celebration of Disneyland’s 25th anniversary. Made of a highly decorated cloth in blues and silvers with tan fringe. Measures 9.5”x10”. In very good condition, with a small faint 0.25” stain on the blue “2”. $150 - $250

317. SPACE MOUNTAIN INAGURAL FLIGHT PATCH. (Disneyland, 1977) Cloth embroidered Space Mountain inagural flight patch. Measures 4” in diameter and is in very good condition with some light staining. $75 - $100

319. WED WITH MICKEY PATCH ROUND BLUE AND WHITE. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered WED Imagineering patch from the 1980s. Measures 2.5” in diameter and is in very good condition. $50 - $100


321. DISNEYLAND PATCH. (Disneyland, 1970s) Cloth embroidered Disneyland patch worn by cast-members. Measures 1.25”x3.5“. In good condition. $75 - $100

320. WALT DISNEY IMAGINEERING CUSTODIAL PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered Imagineering patch for the custodial uniforms from the 1980s. Measures 3.5”x2.5”. In very good condition. $50 - $100

322. DISNEYLAND WARDROBE DEPARTMENT PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered patch worn by members of the wardrobe department at Disneyland. Measures 1.5”x3.5”. In very good condition. $75 - $100 323. DISNEYLAND STAR TOURS PATCH. (Disneyland, 1987) Disneyland Cast-member costume patch from first generation of the Star Tours attraction. Measures 3”x3.5”. In very good condition. $50 - $100

324. DISNEYLAND WED/MAPO SHOW INSTALLATION PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered patch worn by members of the Show Installation Department at Disneyland. Measures 4” in diameter. In very good condition. $50 - $100

325. CHIP AND DALE RECUE RANGERS PATCH. (Disneyland, 1991) Cloth embroidered patch featuring Chip and Dale rescue rangers and worn by castmembers during Disneyland’s promotion of the TV series in the park. Measures 3”x3”. In very good condition. $50 - $100

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326. DISNEYLAND ZOO CREW PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered patch worn by members of the character department (the Zoo Crew) at Disneyland. Measures 3” in diameter. In very good condition. $50 - $100

328. GROUP OF (7) DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER ID BADGES. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cast-member name tags not only identified the member, but also any other roles that may might play in the behind the scenes Disneyland community. These (6) unused plastic nameplates from the 1970s and 1980s features tags identifying members of the Disneyland golden ears club, Club 33, Maestros (Entertainment Division), Samurai (Tokyo Disney Planners), and Imagineering. A unique look at backstage at Disneyland. $600 - $800

330. DISNEYLAND EMPLOYEE GOLF TOURNEMENT “DAY OF CHAMPIONS” MAN AND WOMENS RINGS. (Disneyland, 1996) Pair of rings from a 1996 Disneyland employee Golf Tournament, “Day of Champions”. The white gold mens ring features a magenta colored stone, while the gold woman’s ring features an emerald colored stone. Both are in good condition with some wear. $500 - $700

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327. GROUP OF (7) DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER ID BADGES. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cast-member name tags not only identified the member, but also any other roles that may might play in the behind the scenes Disneyland community. These (7) extremely rare (in some cases as little as 35 tags were made) unused plastic nameplates from the 1970s and 1980s, feature tags identifying members of the Disneyland sign language club, the guest communication division, Club 55 members, cast activities, Musketeers (planners for Euro Disney), and a pre-opening Euro Disney tag. A unique look at backstage at Disneyland. $700 - $900

329. 18K GOLD MICKEY EARS EXECUTIVE GIFT PIN. (Walt Disney Productions, 1990s) This prestigious “Mickey Ears” pin is accomplished in 18k gold with a titanium “D” over the front. This was an exclusive Walt Disney Productions executive gift. Measures 0.6”x0.75”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $400

331. CLUB 55 CAST-MEMBER 20-YEAR SERVICE RING. (Disneyland, 1975) An extremely rare Club 55 cast-member service ring, awarded to employees who started at Disneyland in 1955 and were still employed in 1975. Crafted in 10k white gold, this ring features the “Club 55” insignia on its face with the Disneyland “D” and EPCOT logos on the sides. Ring measures 1”x0.8”. In very good condition. The ring is engraved on the interior of the band: Hank Dains, 7-17-75. $3,500 - $4,500


332. RARE DISNEYLAND HOST AND GUIDE BADGES AND PINS. (Disneyland, 1970s) Beautiful set of hard-to-find Disneyland host and guide badges with a Disneyland shirt button, hat pin and castle pin. Disneyland hosts accompany VIPs and celebrities through the park. Disneyland guides provide specially arranged guided tours. Some of the most desireable jobs at the park, and some of the most collectible badges. All are in very good condition with only slight wear. “D” pins are 2”x1.25”. $400 - $600

334. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND 15-YEAR CHARTER SERVICE PIN. (Disneyland, 1970) An extremely rare charter pin given at Disneyland to the very few cast-members who were celebrating their 15th year at the park in 1970. This piece is accomplished in 14k gold and features the Disneyland castle over a rich blue. Measures 0.8”x0.6”. In very good condition. $1,000 - $1,500

333. 1960S IMAGINEERING CAST-MEMBER SERVICE PINS. (Disneyland, 1960s) Set of (4) service pins given to Imagineers in the 1960s and 1970s to commemorate their years of service. Each measures 0.5” in diameter. All in very good condition. $300 - $400

335. MONORAIL UNIFORM BUTTONS SET OF (9) 2000’S. (Disneyland, 2000’s) A very rare set of (9) monorail uniform buttons, worn by cast-members at the park. These buttons feature monorail imagery and are displayed over felt in a clear box measuring 2.5”x6”x1”. In very good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

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336. DISNEYLAND CONDUCTOR JACKET, VEST, HAT AND HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1980-1990s) Beautiful Disneyland railroad conductor’s jacket with vest, hat and hat badge. The navy blue 1980-1990’s costume was manufactured by Antler for Disney and is size 48 Long. It has all of its original Disneyland buttons. The hat was manufactured by the Midway Cap Company of Chicago and is size 7 1/4. All are in fine condition. $1,000 - $1,500

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337. DISNEYLAND RAILROAD CONDUCTOR HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1970s) Conductors hat badge for the Disneyland Railroad. In 1974, the Santa Fe company dropped their sponsorship and their name was dropped from the trains. That meant new badges for the cast-members. This 4”x1.75” badge comes with Disneyland Railroad badge stays and buttons. In very good condition with light wear. $300 - $400

339. DISNEYLAND RAILROAD CONDUCTOR HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1970s) Conductors hat badge for the Disneyland Railroad. This 4”x1.75” badge comes with Disneyland U.S.A. badge stays and buttons. In very good condition with light wear. $200 - $400

338. SANTA FE AND DISNEYLAND RAILROAD CONDUCTOR HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1950s-1960s) Rare Conductors hat badge for the Santa Fe and Disneyland Railroad. In 1954, the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway became the sponsor of the Disneyland trains for the new park. Walt Disney, a train enthusiast, worked closely with the company to design a very authentic uniform for his cast-members and that included hat badges very similar to what were used on Santa Fe’s Trains. This particular badge came into use in the late 1950s and was used until Santa Fe ceased sponsorship in 1974. Measures 4”x1.75”, the badge comes with Authentic Santa Fe hat pins and Disneyland U.S.A. buttons. In very good condition with some wear to metal and paint. $500 - $1,000

340. MAGIC KINGDOM RAILROAD CONDUCTOR HAT BADGE. (Walt Disney World, 1981) Conductors hat badge for the Magic Kingdom Railroad at Walt Disney World. This 4”x1.75” badge comes with Disneyland U.S.A. badge stays and buttons. In very good condition with light wear. $200 - $400

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342. DISNEYLAND SECURITY OFFICER’S HAT WITH HAT BADGE. (Disneyland, 1970s) Disneyland security officers hat with Disneyland security hat badge. The hat, manufactured by Mr. Man of El Monte is mens size 7 and shows some wear and staining. The badge is in very good condition. $200 - $400 341. DISNEYLAND SECURITY OFFICER UNIFORM JACKET PATCH. (Disneyland, 1957) A handsome embroidered jacket patch for a high ranking Disneyland security officer, dating from the late 1950s to the early 1960s. Measures 5.5”x3.5”. In good condition with wear and staining. $100 - $200

343. DISNEYLAND SECURITY OFFICER BADGE. (Disneyland, 1960s-1970s) Disneyland security badge, manufactured by the Sun Badge Co. and used by Disneyland officers in the late 1960s and 1970s. The badge comes with a leather bi-fold wallet and is in very good condition with some wear from use in the painted areas. The badge measures 3”x2”. $300 - $500

345. DISNEYLAND SECURITY OFFICER BADGE. (Disneyland, 1970s-1980s) Disneyland security badge, manufactured by the Sun Badge Co. and used by Disneyland officers in the late 1970s and 1980s. Measures 3”x2.25”. In very good condition. $200 - $400

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344. PAIR OF DISNEYLAND SECURITY BADGES. (Disneyland, 1970s-2000s) Beautiful pair of security badges including a rare Disneyland security supervisor badge from the 1960s and a currently used Disneyland security badge (2005). Both badges are presented together in a custom shadowbox. Gold-colored badge measures 3”x2”, silver-colored badge measures 3”x2.5”. Both are in very good condition. $1,000 - $2,000

346. DISNEYLAND SECURITY OFFICER BADGE. (Disneyland, 1970s-1980s) Disneyland security hat badge, manufactured by the Sun Badge Co. and used by Disneyland officers in the late 1970s and 1980s. Measures 2.25”x2.5”. In very good condition. $200 - $400


348. WALT DISNEY WORLD SECURITY OFFICER BADGE. (Walt Disney World, 1970s) Walt Disney World security badge, used by Walt Disney World security officers in the early 1970s. The badge measures 2.5”x2.5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200 347. WALT DISNEY WORLD SECURITY OFFICER BADGE. (Walt Disney World, 1970s) Walt Disney World security badge, used by Walt Disney World security officers in the early 1970s. The badge measures 3”x2.25”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

349. WALT DISNEY WORLD SECURITY OFFICER HAT. (Walt Disney World, 2000) Walt Disney World security officers hat, used in the early 2000s. The hat is size 6 5/8 and is in very good condition with only light wear. $200 - $400

350. DISNEYLAND SECURITY JACKET. (Disneyland, 1980s-90s) Disneyland security jacket, worn in the 1980s/90s. The full longcoat outer jacket has a security patch on the sleeve. Size Mens XL and in very good condition with some staining around the sleeves. All Disneyland buttons are intact. $200 - $400

351. DISNEYLAND SECURITY JACKET. (Disneyland, 1980s-90s) Disneyland security jacket, worn in the 1980s-90s. The mens size 50 regular jacket has a security patch on the sleeve and all Disneyland buttons are intact. In very good condition. $200 - $400

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352. ONE-OF-A-KIND 1969 DISNEYLAND SPECIAL HONORARY POLICE CHIEF MAIN STREET COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1969) This official Disneyland Main Street, U.S.A. security jacket was issued in 1969 to retiring Anaheim Cheif of Police, Mark Stephenson by Disneyland’s then Vice-President Dick Nunis to honor his service and to celebrate “Mark Stephenson Day” at Disneyland. Stephenson became Anaheim’s police cheif in 1946 and was instrumental in keeping his department in pace with the development of Disneyland and the manpower needed to keep the surrounding area safe; something that Disney was well aware of and very grateful for. The Jacket has a unique metal thread embroidered shield emblazoned with the “Tinkerbell-D” emblem and “Security Honorary Chief”. The embroidered shield is designed in such a way that it can be removed and replaced with the metal Disneyland security shield. Created in the Disneyland costume department, the custom tailoring also includes a black velour collar and gold striping on the sleeves. The Keystone Cop style hat has a custom gold band and a gold “Tinkerbell-D” emblem. Jacket is 42 regular. Shirt is a men’s large. hat is size 7 3/8”. In fine condition overall. A very unique Disneyland costume. $4,000 - $6,000

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353. IMAGINEER JOHN STONE’S HARD HAT. (Disneyland, 1980s) John Stone’s custom made Imagineering Hard Hat worn in the 1980s. These custom painted hard hats were exclusive to Imagineering and are rarely seen offered for sale. Stone was a 26-year member of the Imagineering team and worked on such projects as EPCOT, The New Fantasyland, Indiana Jones, Winnie the Pooh, Splash Mountain and many others. The hat has the name “John” on the front and Imagineering on the reverse. An image of Mickey decorates the right side. In good condition with some scratches and wear from use. $500 - $700

355. SET OF (3) CAST-MEMBER MAINTENANCE AND ENGINEERING DIVISION PINS. (Disneyland, 2001-2005) A set of (3) cast-member pins for the maintenance and engineering department dated between 2001 and 2005. In very good unused condition. $50 - $100

354. IMAGINEER’S HARD HAT. (Disneyland, 1980s) Imagineering hard hat made for an unknown member of the Imagineering crew. These custom painted hard hats were exclusive to Imagineering and are rarely seen offered for sale. This paricular hat is marked “Jim” on the front. It also comes with an “Honary Imagineer” name badge that would have been used for guests visiting the studio. In very good condition. $400 - $600

356. DISNEYLAND CONSTRUCTION HARD HAT. (Disneyland, 1962) Aluminum hard hat circa 1962 used by construction workers at Disneyland. In good condition with some smudging and scratching from wear. $500 - $600

357. GROUP OF (3) CONSTRUCTION ID BUTTONS. (Disneyland, 1970s-80s) Group of (3) construction ID buttons used for outside workers brought in for projects in the park. These buttons are from the late 1970s and 1980s. Each measure 2” in diameter and all are in good condition with wear from use. $100 - $200

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359. VINTAGE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM MEN’S SHIRT. (Disneyland, 1963) Vintage large size men’s Enchanted Tiki Room shirt. This shirt was originally owned by Imagineer Bob Gurr (one of his favorites) and was most likely one of those offered in the retail outlets in Adventureland. In good condition with expected wear from use. $400 - $600

360. VINTAGE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM HOSTESS DRESS- PATTERN A. (Disneyland, 1963) Vintage Enchanted Tiki Room hostess dress (pattern A). Designed by Imagineer Rolly Krump, these custom designed exclusive fabrics were so popular that they were made available for sale in Adventureland retail outlets. Dress is size large. In good condition with expected wear. Zipper-pull is missing. $400 - $600

362. VINTAGE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM FABRIC- PATTERN A. (Disneyland, 1963) Vintage Enchanted Tiki Room costume fabric, used for cast-member costumes, but also sold in the Adventureland retail outlets in the early days of the parks. Measures 108”x36”. In very good condition. $400 - $600

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361. VINTAGE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM BOY’S SWIMMING TRUNKS- PATTERN C, BOYS SMALL SIZE. (Disneyland, 1963) Vintage Enchanted Tiki Room Boys swim trunks size small. Designed by Imagineer Rolly Krump, these custom designed exclusive fabrics were so popular that they were made available for sale in Adventureland retail outlets. These swim trunks were most likely a retail item. $200 - $400

363. VINTAGE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM FABRIC- PATTERN B. (Disneyland, 1963) Vintage Enchanted Tiki Room costume fabric, used for cast-member costumes, but also sold in the Adventureland retail outlets in the early days of the parks. Measures 176”x72”. In very good condition. $400 - $600


365. DISNEYLAND HAUNTED MANSION MEN’S JACKET WITH CAPE. (Disneyland, 2000) Large size men’s outer jacket with cape from a cast-member Haunted Mansion costume. The size large jacket is in very good condition with only light wear from use. $700 - $1,000

364. WALT DISNEY WORLD - ORIGINAL EARLY 1971 HAUNTED MANSION BUTLER COSTUME WITH CLOAK. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Original Walt Disney World Haunted Mansion butler costume, including cloak, jacket, pants, vest, and even cast-member name tag. The jacket is marked size 36 regular and the cloak is marked size small. All componets are in very good condition with wear from use. $1,500 - $2,500

366. DISNEYLAND HAUNTED MANSION WOMAN’S OUTER JACKET AND LACE HEAD PIECE. (Disneyland, 2000) Size 18 womans outer jacket and lace headpiece with bat design from a cast-member Haunted Mansion costume. All are in very good condition with light wear from use. $400 - $600

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368. ALICE IN WONDERLAND CASTMEMBER COSTUME APRON. (Disneyland, 1960s) An Alice in Wonderland costume apron worn by castmembers at the attraction. In good condition with expected wear and some staining. $200 - $400

367. TOMMORROWLAND / SPACE MOUNTAIN CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland,1975) Early Space Mountain cast-member silver outer jacket worn in the mid 1970s and 1980s. Mens medium, in very good condition with moderate wear with large stains on front of jacket and right sleeve. Some staining on Disneyland patch. $300 - $500

369. SMALL WORLD CAST-MEMBER COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1980s) Small World castmember costume, with custom embroidered shirt (size XL), custom belt, shorts, hat, and chest cover. All are in very good condition with light wear from use. $500 - $700

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370. DISNEYLAND TRAM SHIRT. (Disneyland, 1980s) Orange and yellow tram shirt worn in the 1980s and 1990s. Size mens XL and in good condition with moderate wear, four very tiny holes on the front left shirt tail. Some very light stains. $200 - $400


371. TOMORROWLAND TERRACE CAST-MEMBER COCO-COLA HAT. (Disneyland, 1970’s) This stylish round cap was worn by cast-members in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland Terrace. This memorable piece of costume attire was notable for it’s “Enjoy Coca-Cola” logo on top and the classic Coca-Cola red material it was made of. Patterned after an actual Coke bottle cap, it measures 7”x6.25”x1.75”. In good condition, with mild wear from its use, and some staining on the inside that has bled through to the top portion in scattered small dots. A charming early park artifact. $200 - $400

373. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN CAST-MEMBER COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1980s) Rare Pirates of the Caribbean cast-member costume, with custom shirt and vest (size XXL), custom belt, pants, socks, and cap. All are in very good condition with light wear from use. $800 - $1,000

372. IMAGINEERING 1997 PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN PROJECT JACKET. (Disneyland, 1997) Imagineering Pirates of the Caribbean custom embroidered project jacket, for the 30th anniversary of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, and the ”enhancements” done in 1997. Size large and in very good condition. $300 - $500

374. MAIN STREET CARNATION AND COKE CORNER COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1970s) Main Street cast-member shirt, pants and vest from Carnation and Coke Corner in the 1970’s .Very good condition with light wear and small dark stain on front of vest. Shirt: men’s XXXL, vest: XXL, pants: 42” waist: 32” inseam. $500 - $700

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376. IMAGINEERING 1992 STAR TOURS PROJECT SKI JACKET. (Disneyland, 1992) One-of-a-kind custom embroidered jacket for the 1992 Star Tours refurbishment. The light jacket features a front project logo and back embroidered with a very unusual “Space Mickey”.There also is an inner removable vest with additional Imagineering embroidery. Size XL. $300 - $500

378. STAR TOURS CAST-MEMBER JACKET AND PANTS. (Disneyland, 1992) Extremely rare Star Tours cast-member jacket and pants. The mens XXL jacket and 40x30 pants are in very good condition. $600 - $800

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377. STAR TOURS CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland, 1992) The size men’s large jacket is in very good condition with four very tiny stains on the front. Some very minor restoration to the embroidery on the back with glue. $200 $400

379. STAR TOURS CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland, 1992) Star Tours cast-member jacket. The size mens XXL jacket is in very good condition with minor wear. $200 - $400


381. MAIN STREET ELECTRICAL PARADE CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland,1990s) Main Street Electrical Parade jersey style jacket. This early “cast-member only” 100% wool jacket has an emproidered patch on the back that measures 7.5”x 11”. XL mens. In very good condition. $300 - $500

380. DISNEYLAND TOUR GUIDE COSTUME. (Disneyland, 1990s) Disneyland tour guide costume consisting of a female blouse, vest, skirt and scarf. Blouse: size 16, vest: size 16, skirt: size 20 long, scarf: size medium. All are in very good condition. $700 - $1,000

382. FRONTIERLAND CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM. (Disneyland, 2000s) Castmember Frontierland uniform consisting of a unisex XXXL jacket, men’s striped XXXL shirt, and men’s size 42 long pants. Very good condition with moderate wear. $300 - $500

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383. PARKING / BACK STAGE CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland, 1990s) Parking and back stage cast-member jacket worn in the 1990s. The men’s size XL jacket is in very good condition with light wear. $200 - $400

384. LION KING PARADE CAST-MEMBER JACKET. (Disneyland, 1995) Lion King parade jacket, custom embroidered exclusively for cast of the Lion King celebration parade. The jacket is size XL and includes the original ”cast-member only” pin. $200 - $400

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385. ENTERTAINMENT ART DEPARTMENT CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM. (Disneyland, 2000s) Entertainment art department cast-member uniform consisting of a jacket (size medium), shirt (size XL), undershirt (size medium), and pants (size 35M). All are in good condition with moderate wear, and some stains on front of jacket. $300 - $500


387. DISNEYLAND CAST-MEMBER WARDROBE BAG. (Disneyland, 1990s.) Cast-member plastic costume cover with zipper and wardrobe logo. In very good condition. $100 - $200

386. JUNGLE CRUISE CAST-MEMBER COSTUME. (Disneyland, 2000) Jungle Cruise cast-member shirt and pants. The unisex shirt is size XXL, pants are 42 x 32. Both are in very good condition. $400 - $600

388. PAIR OF CAST-MEMBER NEW FANTASYLAND OPENING WATCHES, BUTTONS AND PINS, INCLUDING ERROR PIN. (Disneyland, 1983) Two cast-member watches, button, and four pins (one an error pin), from the opening of New Fantasyland. All in very good condition overall. $200 - $400

389. PAIR OF CAST-MEMBER EXCLUSIVE WATCHES. (Disneyland 1990s) Pair of early “company D” cast-member exclusive watches, including the rare Haunted Mansion watch, within a custom shadow frame. Measures 18.5”x24” in frame.In very good condition. $300 - $400

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390. FANTASYLAND SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE PLAQUE. (Disneyland, 1955) After the opening of Disneyland, the Imagineering models used to build the park were put on display at the Red Wagon Inn on Main Street. This hand-painted 7.5”x12.5” masonite plaque was attached to the model of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at the display. It stayed with the castle until late 1985 when Imagineer John Stone restored the model for exhibition. A fantastic example of early Imagineering workmanship. In fine condition with very minor scratches and scuffs. $1,000 - $2,000

391. SANTA FE DISNEYLAND RAILROAD ORIGINAL TRAIN SPIKES. (Disneyland, 1955) Pair of original spikes from the Disneyland and Santa Fe Railorad with a reproduction metal faceplate. Beautifully framed and presented as expected for artifacts from the Kevin Doherty Collection. In very good condition. Spikes show expected wear from use. $600 - $1,000

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392. DISNEYLAND MAIN STREET BENCH. (Disneyland, 1955) From the collection of Kevin Doherty comes this incredible Disneyland park bench. Occupying a space in Town Square on Main Street for 44 years, this wood and cast iron bench has been lovingly restored and painted its original color. Doherty added a commemorative plaque and moved the metal property tag on the bottom of the bench to the back to make it more visible. Measures 8’ long and 32� high. In very good condition with some wear from use. Special shipping arrangements apply. $5,000 - $10,000


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394. RARE DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT LONDON PAINTED BACKDROP. (Disneyland, 1955) Constructed in 1955, Peter Pan’s Flight has been one of the most popular rides in Fantasyland since opening day. In 1982 for the redesign of Fantasyland, the ride was removed and completely rebuilt. This hand-painted piece of fire proof Duvetye was part of the painted backdrop visible as guests flew through London in the original ride. An amazing piece of Disneyland history measuring 1’x3‘, it was rescued by an employee working on the redesign. $1,000 - $2,000

393. RARE DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT LONDON HOUSE. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop London house from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. This house was part of the ofrow houses visible when flying out the window of the Darling house and through London. The prop was rescued by an employee working on the renovation. Measures 7”x23”x7. In good condition. $500 - $700

395. RARE DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT LONDON CHIMNEY. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop London house chimney from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. This house was part of the first row of houses visible when flying out the window of the Darling house and through London. The prop was rescued by an employee working on the renovation. Measures 9”x11”x6. In good condition. $500 -$700

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396. RARE DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT LONDON HOUSE. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop London house from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. This house was part of the row of houses visible when flying out the window of the Darling house and through London. The prop was rescued by an employee working on the renovation. Measures 14”x13”x9.5. In good condition. $500 - $700


397. RARE DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT PROP BONES. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop skull and bones from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. These fiberglass prop bones were part of the skull rock/tiger lilly scene. These props were rescued by an employee working on the renovation. $300 - $500

399. RARE PAIR OF PROP PALM TREES FROM DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare pair of prop Palm Trees from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. The flourescent painted palm trees were part of Neverland Island and were rescued by an employee working on the renovation. The larger plant measures 3”x4.5” and mounted in a plexiglass box, the trees are in good condition with some paint intact and expected wear. $300 - $500

398. RARE PROP ISLAND STAR FROM DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop star from the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. The flourescent painted star was suspended from a rod over Neverland Island and was rescued by an employee working on the renovation. Measuring 2”x1” and mounted in a plexiglass box, the star is in good condition with some paint intact and expected wear. $300 - $500

400. RARE PROP PALM TREE FROM DISNEYLAND PETER PAN’S FLIGHT. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare prop Palm Tree from the Peter Pan’s Flight Attraction at Disneyland. Built in 1955, the attraction was completely rebuilt during a 1982 renovation of Fantasyland. The flourescent painted palm tree was part of Neverland Island and was rescued by an employee working on the renovation. Measuring 2”x4” and mounted in a plexiglass box, the tree is in good condition with some paint intact and expected wear. $300 - $500

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401. JUNGLE CRUISE IMPALA EAR. (Disneyland, 1955) Extremely rare original prop ear from an animatronic Impala in the Jungle Cruise attraction. The ear was obtained by an Imagineer who replaced it after it had broken off of one of the animatronic Impalas. As with most pieces from the Kevin Doherty collection, the ear is beautifully presented with a picture of Walt Disney at the attraction and a photo of the actual figure missing the ear. Constructed of fiberglass and beautifully hand painted. Overall frame size 13”x18”. Ear measures 10” long. $1,500 - $2,500

402. ORIGINAL PIECES OF THE ROCKET JET ATTRACTION. (Disneyland, 1967) One of the most popular rides of the 1967 New Tomorrowland was the Rocket Jets attraction. These (4) pieces of the actual attraction were salvaged and have been beautifully framed and presented by collector Kevin Doherty. Overall framed size is 16”x23.5”. $400 - $600

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403. DAVEY CROCKETT FRONTIERLAND MUSEUM TOMAHAWK. (Disneyland, 1955) Davy Crockett was a five-part series which aired on ABC in 1955 as part of the “Disneyland” TV show. The series starred Fess Parker as Davy Crockett and Buddy Ebsen as his side-kick, George Russel. The show was an unexpected success for Disney and spawned the Crockett coon-skin cap craze. Wanting to capitalize on the show’s success, the Davy Crockett frontier museum became a marquee attraction just inside the Frontierland entrance when the park opened in 1955. This Tomahawk with an actual stone blade was identified as a prop from the TV series when sold by the studio in the 1990s, but more likely a prop from the museum at Disneyland. Measures 22.5”x8.5”x1.5”. It has leather straps and wooden handle. In good condition with wear and aging to the leather and other decorations. $500 - $1,000

405. SUBMARINE VOYAGE FISH PROP. (Disneyland, 1959) Fish prop from the original Submarine Voyage attraction in Tomorrowland. Constructed of fiberglass and measuring 9”x6”x2.5”, this prop would have been suspended under the water as part of the many scenic vignettes placed along the ride. In fair condition with some pieces of fins missing and/or chipped. $300 - $500

404. DAVEY CROCKETT FRONTIERLAND MUSEUM FLINTLOCK GUN. (Disneyland, 1955) This prop flintlock gun was identified as a prop from the Davey Crockett TV series when sold by the studio in the 1990s, but more likely is a prop from the Davey Crockett Frontierland museum at Disneyland. Measures 14”x6.5”x2.25”. In good condition. $200 - $400

406. SUBMARINE VOYAGE BLOW FISH PROP. (Disneyland, 1959) Fish prop from the original Submarine Voyage attraction in Tomorrowland. Constructed of fiberglass and measuring 11.5”x6.5”x3”, this prop would have been suspended under the water as part of the many scenic vignettes placed along the ride. In fair condition with some pieces of fins missing and/or chipped. $300 - $500

407. CRUELLA DE VIL PAINTING PROP FROM DISNEYLAND MAIN STREET WINDOW DISPLAY. (Disneyland, 1962) The windows on Main Street were often decorated with elaborate dioramas celebrating classic Disney releases and current movies. This hand-painted 15.5”x13.5” painting Cruella de Vil Painting was a prop from a Disneyland Main Street window display. In good condition with wear throughout. $100 - $200

408. DISNEYLAND RAILROAD DRUM SIGN. (Disneyland, 1970s) Plexiglass drum sign for the excursion train on the Disneyland Railroad. These signs were fastened to the railing of the last car of the train and were backlit. Measures 26”x26”. In fine condition. $3,000 - $5,000

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409. DISNEYLAND POPCORN CART “ROASTIETOASTIE” STEAM PUMP AND CLOWN. (Disneyland, 1960s) Disneyland is populated with popcorn carts, each decorated to fit the area or land it is in and each with its own “Roastie-Toastie”; a character turning a canister of popcorn connected to a faux steam pump. This beautiful clown and steam pump was salvaged from a cart being taken out of comission after 50 years of service in the park. It found its way to collector Kevin Doherty who lovingly built a custom case for it and restored it to working order. The entire piece measures 30.5”x24.5”x12.5” and is completely functional. Popcorn box is a reproduction. In fine condition. An amazing artifact from the park. $5,000 - $7,000

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411. ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE MIRROR BALL (SNOWFLAKE SCENE). (Disneyland, 1967) Special effects mirror ball constructed for the Adventures Through Inner Space attraction by WED in 1967, and placed below the atommobile track in scene 1,”Snowflakes”. Yale Gracey was the special effects designer for this ride, and he specified the size and rotation of this mirror ball. It has a rigid and steady hub pivot, and the motor has been geared down to a very slow rotation. This was one of many custom-made, slowly rotating mirror balls, each one reflecting the images of small snowflakes projected on it from custommade overhead projectors. In good condition with wear from use. $200 - $400

410. JUNGLE BOOK DISNEYLAND WINDOW DISPLAY. (Disneyland, 1967) The windows on main street were often decorated with elaborate dioramas celebrating classic Disney releases and current movies. This hand-made 28”x19”x19” diorama features the village girl from the 1967 feature “The Jungle Book” and was part of a main street window display. In good condition. $1,000 - $2,000

412. ORIGINAL PEOPLEMOVER DOOR PLAQUES AND SAFETY STICKERS. (Disneyland, 1967) Nice collection of (3) safety stickers, and a PeopleMover door plaque from the classic attraction. The stickers and plaque are in very good condition and presented together in a custom frame. $200 - $400 Now...if only someone had a set of Peoplemover cars to put the stickers on.....

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413. ORIGINAL PEOPLEMOVER RIDE VEHICLES FROM THE KEVIN DOHERTY COLLECTION. The PeopleMover attraction opened at Disneyland on July 2, 1967 as part of the New Tomorrowland, and ran until August 21, 1995. The attraction took park guests on an aerial view of Tomorrowland in a slow-moving cruise. In total, it is estimated that the PeopleMover attraction has serviced nearly 100 million guests during its time. The two PeopleMover ride vehicles showcased in this auction are among 13 known to still exist. Of the other 11, one is at Mickey’s of Glendale, two are at “The E-Ticket” at back stage Disneyland, and the remaining eight are in private hands. However, of these 13, there are many features that make this pair very unique. None of the remaining 11 units have their original lower drive chassis which holds the wheels, suspension, and the initial open and close drive-mechanisms. This pair however, has a recreated lower drive chassis that was painstakingly designed, tested, and fabricated over the course of 2 years. This chassis was recreated using the original blueprints and received help from the original designer of the PeopleMover, Imagineer Bob Gurr. As for the rest of the PeopleMover, all of the upper ride vehicle parts are original, with the exception of the screws which were replaced using stainless steel. Additionally, cabin lighting was added in the roofs using reading lamps from a 1967 Rolls Royce. This added touch of class allows for evening lounging within the vehicles. Additionally, this pair of vehicles comes with a custom-fabricated control panel, created from original blueprints, shop manuals, and parts lists that were used to make the original PeopleMover control panel at Disneyland. The switches, buttons, hand-set and microphone used in this control panel are all as originally specified by WED Imagineering. The security control buttons are modified so that the vehicles can be remotely opened and closed. The control panel also allows for the control of the interior and exterior lighting of the vehicle, as well as features a working PA and music system. The system now plays a 2 minute explanation of the PeopleMovers by a 1967 tour guide. This is by far, the most complete and functional example remaining of the PeopleMover attraction. Not only can this pair still be viewed and appreciated, but with the included audio and control panel, it can still function and be enjoyed. This surviving pair is a true relic of a well-remembered and loved ride. Due to their operational life at the park, it is estimated that these two ride vehicles could have serviced as many as 1 million park guests during their operation. The number of fond memories of the park that people still carry today that could have come from these two vehicles specifically is a testament to their historical significance. While the PeopleMover attraction is sadly no longer at Disneyland, many people today still remember the slick red, blue, yellow, and green ride vehicles slowly passing by overhead in Tomorrowland. Others even remember getting the best view of the nighttime fireworks with someone special in these timeless vehicles. Fortunately, this pair remains in such excellent and functional condition, as a reminder of a unique and well-loved attraction at Disneyland. For their next owner, the PeopleMover is sure to provide as many joyful and memorable times as it once did to so many happy park guests. Overall size of the set is 59.5” wide x 78” high x 225” long (18.75 feet long). Special shipping arrangements will apply. $200,000 - $300,000

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414. SKYWAY BUCKET VEHICLE. Few attractions at Disneyland were as prominent and iconic as the Skyway. While walking around the park, guests could see the impressive colorful circuit of buckets ferrying passengers between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland from virtually any area of the Magic Kingdom. And while riding the gondola, you would receive a view of the park unparalleled from any other attraction. The impressive view combined with the slight thrill from the heightened journey made the Skyway a well-loved and memorable attraction. The Skyway attraction at Disneyland opened on June 23, 1956 and ran until November 9, 1994. Originally, the ride required a D ticket to board, and could take passengers from Tomorrowland to Fantasyland, or vice versa. After 1959, the impressive aerial trip would even take the passengers straight through the Matterhorn, where, if they dared, one could catch a glimpse of the terrifying Abominable Snowman. Offered here, is an original Skyway Bucket ride vehicle from 1967. This beautiful, vintage yellow bucket is in the familiar rectangular shape that these ride vehicles had from 1965 until 1994. During the first few years of the attraction, the buckets had an unusual rounded shape, which was later modified to the well-remembered rectangular bucket. Measuring 48”x68”x68”, the bucket is in its unrestored, original condition. The bucket is in remarkably good condition after its years of service in the park. The Skyway was a place to experience thrills and memories with old and new friends. With this original ride vehicle, this can still be a reality. With its sleek look and shape, the Skyway bucket is a perfect lounging area for both within the home, and in the backyard. Where these buckets once entertained untold numbers of happy park guests, now these historic Disneyland artifacts can continue to entertain even more guests within the comfort of your own home. Although the attraction no longer remains at the park, the memories that countless park-guests have had within this attraction will never fade. And fortunately, this original ride vehicle will continue to create new memories for many more happy visitors for years to come. Special shipping arrangements will apply. $5,000 - $10,000

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The 5 changing paintings in Disneyland’s Portrait Corridor were originally designed, in 1968, to slowly dissolve between six images. Marc Davis oversaw the design and painting of six progressions of each portrait. Yale Gracey designed and built 2 large-format slide projectors for each portrait (10 projectors for the Corridor) each holding 10 4”” x 5”” glass slides in a large rotating disc. They would slowly, alternately fade from one projector to another, endlessly. The effect was a hauntingly slow disolving of a seemingly innocent portrait into an unexpected image. Sometime before or shortly after the Haunted Mansion opened in August of 1969, this system was abandoned and replaced with a simpler two-slide flicker machine, in sync with the lightning on the other side of the corridor. Although only 5 portraits made it into the final attraction, several were designed and painted (original concepty art shows paintings on both sides of the hallway instead of the single wall in the attraction today). The glass slides offered here are the master slides or file copies from WED and are an amazing look behind the scenes of the development of the Haunted Mansion, as well as an archive of a very important part of the attraction.

415. COLLECTION OF (5) DISNEYLAND HAUNTED MANSION GHOST SHIP CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (5) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a schooner changing into a ghost ship. This particular image is still seen in the attraction today. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $500 - $700

416. COLLECTION OF (6) PERSEPHONE, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of the goddess Persephone as she changes into a tree. This particular image did not make the final version of the attraction. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $300 - $500

417. COLLECTION OF (6) FARM HOUSE, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a picturesque farm house that changes into a deserted dust bowl. This particular image did not make the final version of the attraction. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $300 - $500

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418. COLLECTION OF (6) FLOWERS, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a flower still life that changes into a dead flower still life. This particular image did not make the final version of the attraction. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $300 - $500

419. COLLECTION OF (6) KNIGHT ON HORSEBACK, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a knight on horseback that changes into a skeleton on a skeleton horse. This particular image is still seen in the attraction today. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $500 - $700

420. COLLECTION OF (6) SITTING LADY, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a sitting lady (nicknamed “April”) that changes into an old lady (December). This particular image was used in the portrait hallway in final version of the attraction. It was removed in 2004 and replaced by the “Master Gracey” portrait (a tribute to Imagineer Yale Gracey). Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $500 - $700

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421. COLLECTION OF (6) CAT LADY, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (6) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of a reclining lady that changes into an panther. A version particular image is currently used in the attraction. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $500 - $700

422. COLLECTION OF (5) OLD MAN, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDES. (Disneyland, 1969) Incredible set of (5) 4”x5” glass slides featuring images of an old man who sells his soul to Satan. This particular image did not make the final version of the attraction. Slides are in fine condition with minor scratches. $300 - $500

423. BOWL OF FRUIT, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDE. (Disneyland, 1969) Beautiful 4”x5” glass slide featuring a still life of a bowl of fruit. This slide was part of a series of changing portrait slides that were not used in the final version of the attraction. Slide is in fine condition with minor scratches. $100 - $200

424. WITCH OF WALPURGIS, HAUNTED MANSION CHANGING PAINTING GLASS SLIDE. (Disneyland, 1969) Beautiful 4”x5” glass slide featuring the Witch of Walpurgis. This slide was part of a series of changing portrait slides that were not used in the final version of the attraction. Slide is in fine condition with minor scratches. $100 - $200

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Collecting Disneyland 425. RARE WED HAUNTED MANSION MODEL. (Disneyland/ Walt Disney World 1969) Extremely rare WED Haunted Mansion model featuring an image of a knight on a Tomb. Constructed of hard foam which has been carved and hand-painted, the piece was most likely part of a suggested scene in the larger Walt Disney World version of the attraction, which opened two years after the Disneyland attraction. Measures 9.5”x4.5”x6”. $500 - $1,000

426. HAUNTED MANSION SINGING TOMBSTONES 16MM FILM. (Disneyland, 1969) Extremely rare 16mm film of all four live action singers used for the singing tombstones from the Haunted Mansion cemetary scene. The live action film was run in a loop as part of the attraction, however they have been spliced to gether to form one film. In very good condition. $1,000 - $2,000

427. WALT DISNEY WORLD’S MAGIC KINGDOM’S HAUNTED MANSION RIDE INTRUSION SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom’s Haunted Mansion ride intrusion system control panel. Steel and engraved plastic with various electrical connectors and indicators used at the Haunted Mansion in Walt Disney World when the ride opened. Measures 19”x16”x12”, with wiring intact. An amazingly rare artifact from the Haunted Mansion. $35,000 - $45,000

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428. PAIR OF HAUNTED MANSION BAT STANCHIONS. (Disneyland, 1969) From the collection of Kevin Doherty come these matched pairs of Haunted Mansion bat stanchions. Cast and hand-painted in resin, these were taken from the original mold, but not used in the Mansion. Custom floor stands and plastic chain included. The bats measure 13.5”x18.5”x3”. Overall stanchion height is 48”. $600 - $1,000

429. DISNEYLAND HAUNTED MANSION PROP CORPSE HAND. (Disneyland, 1980s) Prop rubber corpse hand used in the Disneyland Haunted Mansion. Seen in the iconic “let me out” coffin scene, the hand-painted prop measures 7.5”x4.5”x5”. In very good condition. $1,500 - $2,500

430. HAUNTED MANSION DOOR HANDLE REPLICA. (Disneyland, 1969) From the collection of Kevin Doherty comes this stunningly presented one-of-a-kind replica of the classic Haunted Mansion serpent door handle. Cast in resin from the original mold, the handle has been professionaly mounted to a decorative wall plaque. Total size is approx. 12”x8”. In fine condition. $500 - $1,000

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431. HAUNTED MANSION BAT STANCHION. (Disneyland, 1969) Among the most iconic features of the Haunted Mansion’s pre-show spaces are the numerous brass bats atop stanchions lining the shadowy corridors. This is the original wood carving used to create the mold from which each stanchion top was cast. The sculpture was created by Ciro Rolando Santana Y Arrite, a talented Cuban sculptor who immigrated to the United States in 1969. A popular artist in his home country, Arrite took a temporary job in the Disneyland park, in the hopes of saving enough money to bring his family to the United States. He had only been at Disney a few weeks when word went out that WED was looking for an additional sculptor for a project. Arrite went to WED, presented his credentials, and was immediately hired as an Imagineer. He went on to sculpt all of the original ornamental elements and furnishings for the Haunted Mansion. This exceedingly rare, one-of-a-kind item is among the most instantly recognizable elements from the attraction. The molds from this 1969 original carving have been used in all the Haunted Mansion attractions in Disney parks around the world. Presented in fine condition and measuring 20”x16.5”x3”. This is an extremely rare and desirable item. $80,000 - $100,000

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432. HAUNTED MANSION SERPENT DOORKNOB. (Disneyland, 1969) Seen in the Haunted Mansion’s pre-show and atmospheric “corridor of doors” scene, the serpent doorknob is an iconic detailed element of the classic attraction. This is the original wood carving used to create the mold from which each doorknob was cast. The sculpture was created by Ciro Rolando Santana Y Arrite, a talented Cuban sculptor who immigrated to the United States in 1969. A popular artist in his home country, Arrite took a temporary job in the Disneyland park, in the hopes of saving enough money to bring his family to the United States. He had only been at Disney a few weeks when word went out that WED was looking for an additional sculpture for a project. Arrite went to WED, presented his credentials, and was immediately hired as an Imagineer. He went on to sculpt all of the original ornamental elements and furnishings for the Haunted Mansion. The molds from this 1969 original carving are used as fuctional and animated props in all the Haunted Mansion attractions in Disney parks around the world. Presented in fine condition and measuring 9”x3”x0.75”. This is an extremely rare and desirable item. $45,000 - $55,000


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433. JACK SKELLINGTON SILICONE MASK FROM DISNEYLAND’S HAUNTED MANSION HOLIDAY. (Disneyland, 2001) Original park-used Jack Skellington silicone mask from Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion Holiday. Opened as a seasonal “overlay” to the classic Disneyland attraction in 2001, The Haunted Mansion Holiday has been a smash hit with guests ever since. Using characters and visuals from Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, the attraction features a large cast of new props and animated figures, as well as new music and narration. The star of the overlay is a sophisticated Audio-Animatronic Jack Skellington found in the graveyard scene. This is the original silicone mask from the figure, used from 2001 to approximately 2005. The mask is an accurate, life-size representation of the character from the film, and is recognized by many as one of the best Audio-Animatronic figures in the park. The mask is presented in fine show-used condition, mounted over a hard foam under-skull. Measuring 11”w x 11”t x 13”. $30,000 - $40,000

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435. ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM LANAI CANVAS SUN TARP. (Disneyland, 1980s) Impressive 14 foot by 31 inch wide canvas sun tarp designed for hanging over the pre-show area and the Tahitian Terrace Restaurant of the Enchanted Tiki Room attraction. Adorned with silkscreened tiki-style imagery, these tarps were replaced occasionally during regular maintenance and the park kept a supply in reserve. This one was most likely not installed. Lined with brass grommets for hanging. In fine condition. $5,000 - $7,000

434. DISNEYLAND ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM/WALT DISNEY WORLD FOUNTAIN SHIELD. (Walt Disney World, 1972) Rolly Crump most likely sculpted this shield, and the original versions were placed on the 4 corners of the Enchanted Tiki Room fountain. When Walt Disney World was being built in 1971, additional casts of many Tiki Room props were added to the Polynesian Resort as decoration. This shield was from a juice stand at the resort. In good condition with light wear. Measuring 18”x5”x48”. $3,000 - $5,000

436. DISNEYLAND ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM FLOWER BOAT. (Disney World, 1971) The second of two flower boat props from The Story of Disneyland Collection we auctioned Spring 2015. This prop is from the Enchanted Tiki Room in Walt Disney World. Constructed at WED from the original molds of the 1963 attraction, the boat would descend from the ceiling carrying various singing flowers. When the attraction was renovated, this boat was moved to the Polynesian Hotel and used as décor. The 80 in. long boat is in fine condition with only slight wear. Flowers in picture are for display purposes only. Special shipping arrangements will apply. $12,000 - $15,000

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Collecting Disneyland 437. WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT AND MONORAIL ARCHITECTURAL MODEL/ DISPLAY (TWO PIECES). (Walt Disney World, 1970-71) This pair of architectural display models were exhibited within the Walt Disney World preview center for guests to see their first glimpses of coming attractions and features of Walt Disney World. These two models feature the Walt Disney World contemporary resort measuring 12.5”x18.5”x1.5” and the Monorail measuring 9.5”x17”x1.5”. In good condition. Resort model has light wear throughout and a slightly bent bottom-right corner with thin a 0.75” tear. Monorail model has light wear throughout. $500 - $700

438. AMERICA SINGS “EAGLE SAM” BREAST PLATE. (Disneyland, 1974) Original breast plate from Eagle Sam, in the America Sings attraction at Disneyland. Replacing the Carousel of Progress in 1974, the star of America Sings was the Marc Davis designed “Eagle Sam” (often mistaken for “Sam the Eagle”, the olympic mascot that was designed a decade later). This 13”x10.5” fabric breastplate came from one of the animatronic Sams in the attraction when it was dismanteled in 1988. Comes with Disneyland tag and is beautifully presented in a custom frame. Overall size is 20”x16”. $1,000 - $2,000

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439. WALT DISNEY WORLD SNOW WHITE’S ADVENTURES “WAIT TIME” SIGN. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Fantastic hand-painted wooden sign for the Walt Disney World version of the Snow White’s Scary Adventure attraction. Measuring 27”x29”, the sign has screw holes on the reverse and some chips along the edges, but overall is in very good condition. “Wait-Time” signs are an iconic part of the Disneyland/Disney World landscape, and this is a wonderful example from a popular Fantasyland attraction. $2,500 - $4,500


440. AUDIO-ANIMATRONICS A-1 MECHANICAL FRAME. (WED, Date unknown) Following their introduction at the 1964/65 World’s Fair, Disney planned for the large-scale use of Audio-Animatronics in many future attractions. As a result, WED Imagineering’s MAPO division developed the casting system to take a “kit of parts” approach to figure production. This is an authentic, MAPO-built Series A-1 Audio Animatronics frame from the Disney casting system. The A-1 series of figures include the human characters in Pirates of the Caribbean, The Haunted Mansion, and dozens of other classic Disney attractions around the world. The frame is presented without head or hands, with several animatronic cylinders in place. Steel and aluminum. Measures Measures 23.5”x96”x26.25”. $80,000 - $100,000

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Collecting Disneyland You might recognize some of the items on this page from our historic, “The Story of Disneyland” exhibition and auction we held earlier this year. The pieces on this page contain such a rich history in the story of the park, that we wanted to present them again. Whether you are a new or returning viewer, we hope you’ll find the same level of appreciation for these pieces that so many other park guests have had over the years. Thank you for participating in the Story of Disneyland.

441. DISNEYLAND MAIN STREET ENTRANCE FLAG. (Disneyland, 1970) Rare park-used Main Street Station entrance flag. Measuring 23.5”x35”, this flag was flown over the Main Street Station opposite the American Flag. In very good condition with expected wear. $2,000 - $3,000

442. GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN STAGE LIGHTING MODEL. (Disneyland, 1963) Rare lighting model for the Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln attraction at Disneyland. Sculpted in foam by the legendary Blaine Gibson, this head was used to test lighting as well as make-up effects while building the attraction. Measures 11”x8”x12”, the head is in good condition with paint chips and wear throughout. $5,000 - $7,000

443. STORYBOOK LAND HOUSE PROP FROM “CINDERELLA’S VILLAGE”. (Disneyland, 1960s) A rare prop house from one of the oldest attractions in the park, Storybook Land. Originally titled Canal Boats of the World, it was conceived of as a journey past miniature landmarks of the world. Reconfigured shortly after opening, and renamed Storybook Land, the attraction featured miniature recreations from Walt Disney’s most popular films as well as the Fantasyland landmark, “Monstro the Whale”. This particular hand-painted wood, fiberglass, and plaster house was part of Cinderella’s Village. It can be seen halfway up the mountain leading to Cinderella’s Castle. Removed from the ride in the 1970s (and replaced by a duplicate) this house was retained by Imagineer Fred Joerger and later found its way to this collection. Measures 24”x28”x38”, the house has incredible detail including individually cut wood shingles, and inlaid leaded glass windows. Overall in very good condition. $18,000 - $20,000

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444. ORIGINAL GOLDEN HORSESHOE REVUE MARQUEE SIGN. (Disneyland, 1960s) Amazing double-sided marquee that was placed over the front entrance of the saloon above the second floor balcony. The sign hung from two iron straps on a mast, which was placed perpendicular to the building front so it could be seen from both sides of the saloon. The sign was removed in the late 1970s when Disney’s contract with Pepsi-Cola ended and Coca-Cola became the soft drink sponsor of the park. The hand-painted wooden sign with simulated embedded rubies measures 36”x60”x2.5”. In very good condition with expected wear. $25,000 - $35,000


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445. ORIGINAL JUNGLE CRUISE RIDE VEHICLE BOAT NAME SIGN. (Disneyland, 1980s) Since opening along with the rest of Disneyland in 1955, the Jungle Cruise has remained one of the most popular attractions in the park, and has been featured in other Magic Kingdom style parks around the world. From the beginning, individual Jungle Cruise boats featured a hand-lettered wooden sign atop their colorful canopies with each boat’s often alliterative name. This is an original Disneyland Jungle Cruise boat name sign hand-painted onto a typical arced wood plaque backstage at the Disneyland Sign Shop. Presented in fine show-used condition. Measures 52”x10”x0.5”. $25,000 - $35,000


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446. SPACE MOUNTAIN RIDE VEHICLE. Among the various attractions at Disneyland, Space Mountain tops the “favorite ride” list of many park guests. In addition to being one of the few “thrill” rides at the park, Space Mountain is unique in its creation. An indoor rollercoaster in the pitch black was completely unheard of at the time Walt first conceived the idea. It wasn’t until several years after Walt’s death that improvements in technology could lead to the creation of the futuristic ride through space that we know so well today. Space Mountain opened at Disneyland on May 27, 1977 after the huge success of the attraction at Walt Disney World where it opened two years prior. The attraction has become a staple of Tomorrowland, with consistent lines of eager park-goers awaiting their high-speed voyage.

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Updates to the attraction over the years including more recent seasonal renovations such as Space Mountain: Ghost Galaxy during the Halloween season, and the upcoming Star Wars themed Hyperspace Mountain renovation have kept, and will continue to keep, Space Mountain as one of the most popular attractions of the entire park. This collection includes an original Space Mountain ride vehicle from the opening year of the attraction in 1977. The vehicle, in its sleek 1970s rocket design, has been repaired and restored to its original splendor and now makes for a fun and unique home furnishing. This vehicle was one of two vehicles in this collection that belong to collector Kevin Doherty. The other, a pair of PeopleMovers, is also a part of this exhibition and auction. Doherty has spent a number of years researching, planning, and restoring this vehicle with a dedication and appreciation of the history and significance of this ride vehicle that shows brilliantly in the final product. Doherty’s passion and desire to do the restoration the right way, has made the Space Mountain ride vehicle a truly unique and exciting artifact. There are a few ways to enjoy this vehicle. First, simply as a collectible, this an astonishing artifact. Ride vehicles are highly sought after items, but a ride vehicle from such a popular attraction and from its opening year, make this a very special piece of Disneyland history. Secondly, this ride vehicle has a few qualities that make it a superb item for indoor or outdoor enjoyment. The original headrests contained high quality Boston Acoustic speakers. This vehicle retains most of its original working speakers, with two blown-out speakers replaced with matching Boston Acoustic speakers to maintain sound balance. Additionally, the ride vehicle’s seating was originally a hard vinyl that, due to its age, was in need of restoration. However, rather than keeping the uncomfortable hard vinyl, the seating was sent to an automotive upholsterer and upgraded to a lightly padded 0.5” softer vinyl with a stitched seat for comfort and visual appeal. The seating kept the original bright blue look, and many areas that could benefit from a cleaning instead of a restoration were kept in their original splendor without alteration in order to add to the provenance of the vehicle. The ride vehicle was repainted in high quality iridescent paint that can glow for up to 7 hours, and features working original audio and lap-bar. The vehicle measures 44”x 48”x 120”. It is in pristine condition, looking as though it could be used in the attraction today. Whether you’re watching a space-themed movie in your living room with the audio blaring through your headrest, or casually lounging while listening to the functional radio, this ride vehicle provides countless opportunities to continue the fun and magic that the attraction brought so many fans over the years. Special shipping arrangements will apply. $50,000 - $60,000

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447. ANIMATRONIC HEAD FROM TOKYO DISNEYLAND’S “MEET THE WORLD”. (Tokyo Disneyland, 1983) “Meet the World” was a unique show created for Tokyo Disneyland, designed to tell the story of Japan’s emergence onto the world stage. Created especially as an opening day attraction for Disney’s first foreign theme park and slated to be added to EPCOT Center (which ultimately did not occur), the show used a format similar to the Carousel of Progress with rotating scenes. This Mark V-style Audio-Animatronics head was used for the key magistrate character in the show. The Mark V head was originally developed for all human figures at Walt Disney World in 1971, and is still used as the primary head chassis for Audio-Animatronics figures. The head comes complete with mechanical elements, plastic underskull, and hot-melt vinyl mask as used in the show. This is the first time a complete Audio-Animatronics head has been offered at auction. This exceptionally rare piece of theme park technology is presented in fine condition as removed from the show upon its closure in 2002. Measures 6”w x 11”t x 8”d (with mask and shells mounted). $40,000 - $60,000

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449. SPLASH MOUNTAIN RIDE VEHICLE “REMAIN SEATED” SIGNS. (Disneyland, 1989) Pair of adhesive “Please remain Seated” signs for inside the Splash Mountain ride vehicles. Measures 8”x0.75”, both are in fine unused condition. $100 - $200

450. ORIGINAL DOOR SIGNS FROM THE MAGIC EYE THEATRE AT EPCOT. (EPCOT, 1982) Steel and plexiglass “Caution: Doors Open Automatically” signs from the Imagination Pavilion, Magic Eye Theater, Magic Journeys at EPCOT. the 6”x 31”x3.5” 120v fluorescent signs were removed from the attraction during renovation in 1998 and come with a WDI property. Functionality is untested. In good condition with some scratches and dings in paint. $200 - $400 448. DISNEYLAND “OLYMPIC NIGHT “ PARK-USED SIGN. (Disneyland, 1984) Park used 24”x48” sign used for a special event held in the park to benefit the 1984 Olympic Team. The silk-screened on board sign hung in the park during the event. In good condition with some wear from use. $300 - $500

451. 25TH ANNIVERSERY DISNEYLAND LAMP POST SIGN. (Disneyland, 1980) Beautiful fiberglass 18”x15.5”x0.7” lampost sign used during the 25th anniversary celebrations at Disneyland. In very good condition with some wear from use. $200 - $400

452. SPLASH MOUNTAIN CAST-MEMBER GIFT. (Disneyland, 1989) This Plaque measures 8”x10.5” and features a cast-resin relief of the front of the attraction. The 5”x4” pen holder features a 8”x2”x 2” replica of the Splash Mountain ride vehicle with holders for two pens and space for a notepad. Comes with the thank you note from the staff. In fine condition overall. $300 - $500

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Collecting Disneyland 453. JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION DREAMPORT PROP. (EPCOT, 1983) Tom Sherman deigned show set piece for the original Dreamport Scene in the Journey into Imagination attraction at EPCOT. This stylized pipe piece was removed from the attraction in 1998 when the ride was renovated. Accompanied by a WDI property pass. In good condition with expected wear. Measures 19”x8”x28”. $100 - $200

454. JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION DREAMPORT PROP. (EPCOT, 1983) Tom Sherman deigned show set piece for the original Dreamport Scene in the Journey into Imagination attraction at EPCOT. This stylized sign was removed from the attraction in 1998 when the ride was renovated. Accompanied by a WDI property pass. In good condition with expected wear. Measures 27”x14.5”x1.15”. $100 - $200

456. JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION DREAMPORT PROP. (EPCOT, 1983) Tom Sherman deigned show set piece for the original Dreamport Scene in the Journey into Imagination attraction at EPCOT. This stylized pipe piece was removed from the attraction in 1998 when the ride was renovated. Accompanied by a WDI property pass. In good condition with expected wear. Measures 8”x8”x32”. $100 - $200

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455. JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION DREAMPORT PROP. (EPCOT, 1983) Tom Sherman deigned show set piece for the original Dreamport Scene in the Journey into Imagination attraction at EPCOT. This stylized pipe piece was removed from the attraction in 1998 when the ride was renovated. Accompanied by a WDI property pass. In good condition with expected wear. Measures 10.5”x5”x27”. $100 - $200

457. JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION DREAMPORT PROP. (EPCOT, 1983) Tom Sherman deigned show set piece for the original Dreamport Scene in the Journey into Imagination attraction at EPCOT. This stylized pipe piece was removed from the attraction in 1998 when the ride was renovated. Accompanied by a WDI property pass. In good condition with expected wear. Measures 8”x11”x20”. $100 - $200


458. 35TH ANNIVERSERY DISNEYLAND LAMP POST SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) Beautiful plexiglass 26”x15.5” lampost sign used during the 35th anniversary celebrations at Disneyland. In very good condition with some wear from use. $300 - $600

460. DISNEYLAND EMPORIUM WINDOW DISPLAY FIGURE. (Disneyland, 1970s) Seated Mickey dressed in blue and teal costume, used as part of a window display at the Disney Emporium on Main Street. In good condition with some minor nicks in paint and a 0.25” chip on his right ear and some fading to the front of his shirt, 17” high. $1,800 - $2,000

459. WALT DISNEY WORLD MGM STUDIOS LAMP POST SIGN. (Disneyland, 1989) Beautiful 20”x20” plexiglass lampost sign used in the park. In very good condition with some wear from use. $300 - $600

461. DISNEYLAND EMPORIUM WINDOW DISPLAY FIGURE. (Disneyland, 1970s) Mickey dressed in Frontierland costume, used as part of a window display at the Disney Emporium on Main Street. Very good condition with some minor nicks in paint, a 1/8” chip on his right ear and an appliqué missing from the front of his shirt, 17” high. $1,800 - $2,000

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462. DISNEYLAND ANNIVERSARY KIOSK SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) A rare light-wooden kiosk display sign, hand-cut and hand-painted with retro imagery from the park. These signs were used to decorate kiosks in the park to celebrate Disneyland’s 35th anniversary. The Davey Crocket/Frontierland themed sign measures 18.5”x8”. In very good condition, with minimal wear from their use. $300 - $500

463. DISNEYLAND ANNIVERSARY KIOSK SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) A rare light-wooden kiosk display sign, hand-cut and hand-painted with retro imagery from the park. These signs were used to decorate kiosks in the park to celebrate Disneyland’s 35th anniversary. The Main Street Penny Arcade themed sign measures 13”x10”. In very good condition, with minimal wear from their use. $300 - $500

465. DISNEYLAND ANNIVERSARY KIOSK SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) A rare light-wooden kiosk display sign, hand-cut and hand-painted with retro imagery from the park. These signs were used to decorate kiosks in the park to celebrate Disneyland’s 35th anniversary. The Tomorrowland Rocket Jets themed sign measures 13”x20”. In very good condition, with minimal wear from their use. $300 - $500

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464. DISNEYLAND ANNIVERSARY KIOSK SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) A rare light-wooden kiosk display sign, hand-cut and hand-painted with retro imagery from the park. These signs were used to decorate kiosks in the park to celebrate Disneyland’s 35th anniversary. The Fantasyland Pirate Ship themed sign measures 15.5”x13.5”. In very good condition, with minimal wear from their use. $300 - $500

466. DISNEYLAND ANNIVERSARY KIOSK SIGN. (Disneyland, 1990) A rare light-wooden kiosk display sign, hand-cut and hand-painted with retro imagery from the park. These signs were used to decorate kiosks in the park to celebrate Disneyland’s 35th anniversary. The Frontierland Stage Coach themed sign measures 14”x27”. In very good condition, with minimal wear from their use. $300 - $500


467. HOUSE OF THE FUTURE MODEL BY TY ERVIN. (Disneyland, 1992) Incredible paper model of Disneyland’s House of the Future. Artist Ty Ervin was comissioned by the studio in 1992 to build this model for promotional purposes. Constructed of paper and board, the model has incredible detail on both the exterior and interior of the house. Housed in a custom plexiglass box. Model measures 17.5x23”x8.5”. Entire presentation measures 20.25”x30.25”x10.75”. $2,500 - $3,500

468. SPACE MOUNTAIN MODEL BT TY ERVIN. (Disneyland, 1992) Incredible paper model of Disneyland’s Space Mountain. Artist Ty Ervin was comissioned by the studio in 1992 to build this model for promotional purposes. Constructed of paper and board, the model has incredible detail on both the exterior and interior of the attraction. Housed in a custom plexiglass box . Model measures 17”x20”x8.5”. Entire presentation measures 20.25”x30.25”x10.75”. $2,500 - $3,500

469. CAROUSEL OF PROGRESS MODEL BY TY ERVIN. (Disneyland, 1992) Incredible paper model of Disneyland’s House of the Future. Artist Ty Ervin was comissioned by the studio in 1992 to build this model for promotional purposes. Constructed of paper and board, the model has incredible detail on both the exterior and interior of the attraction. Housed in a custom plexiglass box which includes an opening so that the model can actually be rotated. Model measures 21”x23”x9”. Entire presentation measures 20.25”x30.25”x10.75”. $2,500 - $3,500

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470. INDIANA JONES ANIMATRONIC PROP HAND. (Disneyland, 1995) Indiana Jones animatronics prop hand from the final scene of the attraction. An enhanced motion vehicle dark ride, The Indiana Jones Adventure opened in Adventureland in 1995, after two yeas of construction led by Imagineer Tony Baxter. This hand-painted vinyl left hand was removed from the Indian Jones animatronic figure that appears at the end of the ride. Acquired by collector Kevin Doherty, it has been beautifully presented in a custom wood and plexiglass box. Entire presentation measures 9”x9”x15”. $5,000 - $7,000

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471. PAIR OF BR’ER RABBIT HEADS FROM SPLASH MOUNTAIN. (Disneyland, 1989) Rare pair of Br’er Rabbit heads from the ride vehicles at Splash Mountain. These cast-resin heads were mounted on the front of the first ride vehicles used at the attraction. Each measures 5.5”x7”x7” and are in very good condition. $2,000 - $4,000

473. NEW TOMORROWLAND TRANSPORTAION SYSTEMS SIGN. (Disneyland, 1998) Beautiful plexiglass sign used for in the store at the exit to the Rocket Rods ride in the “New Tomorrowland”. The sign was embedded in the sales counter, which was designed to look like a PeopleMover vehicle. The sign measures 17.75” x 17.75”. In fine condition with very slight wear. $800 - $1,000

472. THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH PROP “HUNNY” JAR. (Disneyland, 1990s) Beautiful “Hunny” pot from the Many Adventures of Winnie The pooh Attraction at Disneyland. Measures 14.25”x13”. Very good condition with some scratches, marks and dings in the paint. $500 - $1,000

474. CLUB 33 CRYSTAL LIGHTED WALL SCONCE. (Disneyland, 1980s) Beautiful crystal lighted wall sconce removed from Club 33 during recent renovations. The sconce measures 10”x5”x12” high. In very good condition, with a few (5) chipped crystals. $500 - $700

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475. MATTERHORN BOBSLEDS CLOSED SIGN. (Disneyland, 1980s) “Matterhorn Bobsleds - Our bobsled runs are currently going through seasonal improvments. Please Enjoy other Fantasyland Adventures” sign. Measures 36”x24.5”. In very good condition with minor wear. $200 - $300

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476. DISNEYLAND HOTEL SAFARI ADVENTURE BOAT HOUSE. (Disneyland, 1999) Incredible replica of the Adventureland Jungle Cruise boat house that was part of the Safari Adventure remote control boats at the Disneyland Hotel. Constructed of wood and metal attached to a 4’x8’ board, the building is 7’ long and 3’ high. It comes with accesories and extra inhabitants. Special shipping arrangements will apply. $5,000 - $7,000

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477. DISNEYLAND HOTEL SAFARI ADVENTURE FIRE DEPTARTMENT RAFT AND BURNING BOAT. (Disneyland, 1999) The Safari Adventure at the Disneyland Hotel featured remote controlled boats that guests could drive through a recreation of parts of the Jungle Cruise attraction. On part of the course, if you manuvered your boat on just the right course, one of the boats at the dock would catch fire and the elephant fire department raft would promptly extinguish it. Constructed of resin, and metal, the elephant fire department measures 17”x25”x28”. Also included is the boat that would catch on fire. Both are in good condition with expected wear from use. $2,000 - $4,000

478. DISNEYLAND HOTEL SAFARI ADVENTURE REMOTE CONTROL BOAT. (Disneyland, 1999) Beautiful remote controlled boat, the “Jebba Jem,” from the Safari Adventure at the Disneyland Hotel. The 36”x8”x16”replica of a Jungle Cruise boat, still retains all of its passengers, and although no longer functional, still has much of the hardware needed to refit it for remote use. In very good condition with expected wear from use. $3,000 - $5,000

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479. DISNEYLAND HOTEL ART, SIGNED BY BOB GURR ON THE PLEXIGLAS, 2001. (Disneyland, 2001) Lithogtraphic print of the Mad Tea Party concept art by Bruce Bushman which hung in the Disneyland Hotel for several years. The plexiglass has been hand-signed by Imagineer Bob Gurr. Print measures 12”x15” and frame measures 18”x20.5”. Very good condition with a few minor dings & scratches in the frame. $200 - $400

480. CONTEMPORARY RESORT SILK-SCREENED GUESTROOM DECOR. (Walt Disney World, 1970s) Beautiful silkscreened artwork that decorated the rooms at the contemporary village resort. The artwork is taken from concept work by Imagineer Mary Blair. The framed piece measures 18”x21”. In very good condition with minor scuffs and scratches. $900 - $1,200

481. DISNEYLAND RESORT SHIELD SIGN. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl Disneyland Resort Shield Sign. The sign measures 20.25”x20”x.15”. Fine condition with a few minor scuffs and velcro on the back. $100 - $200

482. MICKEY’S HALLOWEEN PARTY SIGN. (Disneyland, 2010) Printed vinyl Mickey’s Halloween Party sign. The sign measures 27”x19.75”. Fine condition with a few minor scuffs and velcro on the back. $200 - $400

483. PLUTO’S DOG COLLAR FROM A WALK-AROUND COSTUME. (Disneyland,1980s) Fantastic oversize prop dog collar from a walk-around pluto costume. The collar measures 4”x38” and the dog tag measures 4.25”x3.6”. In good condition with some marks on the vinyl collar and wear from use. $700 - $1,000

484. MICKEY’S HALLOWEEN PARTY DIRECTIONAL SIGN. (Disneyland, 2010) Printed vinyl Mickey’s Halloween Party directional sign. The sign measures 27”x19.75”. Fine condition with a few minor scuffs a slight dent on the top edge and velcro on the back. $200 - $400

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485. CLASSIC MINNIE MOUSE CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Classic Minnie Mouse construction panel. Very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. Measures 86.5”x38.5” $300 - $500

486. CLASSIC MICKEY MOUSE CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl classic Mickey Mouse panel used to decorate walls put up during construction at the park. Measures 86.5”x38.5”. In very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. $300 - $500

487. CLASSIC PLUTO CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl classic Pluto panel used to decorate walls put up during construction at the park. Measures 86.5”x38.5”. In very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. $300 - $500

488. CLASSIC GOOFY CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl classic Goofy panel used to decorate walls put up during construction at the park. Measures 86.5”x38.5”. In very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. $300 - $500

489. DISNEYLAND RESORT CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl panel used to decorate walls put up during construction at the park. Measures 86.5”x38.5”. In very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. $200 - $400

490. DISNEYLAND RESORT BUENA VISTA STREET CONSTRUCTION PANEL. (Disneyland, 2000s) Printed vinyl panel used to decorate walls put up during construction at the park. Measures 86.5”x38.5”. In very good condition with some light scratches and scuffs. $200 - $400

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Collecting Disneyland 491. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB PUBLICITY PHOTO WITH (15) SIGNATURES. (Walt Disney Productions, 1956) An extremely rare signed Mickey Mouse Club publicity photo featuring (14) signatures including Annette Funicello (signed “Annette”), Jimmie Dodd, and Cubby O’Brien who signed “Cubby”. Measures 8”x10”. In very good condition with a bent top left corner, and the name Jacque written on the back in ball point pen. $300 - $500

492. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB CIRCUS SOUVENIR PROGRAM, 12 PAGES. (Disneyland, 1955) Souvenir program for one of the most shortest-lived attractions ever to be presented in the park. This rare, photo-filled program was sold to the few guests that visited the striped circus tent near Holiday Hill (present day location of the Matterhorn). The Program is 12 pages and measures 12”x9”. In good condition with tape and light creasing on the cover and pages. The center pages have come loose from the staples. $200 - $400

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493. SIGNED PUBLICITY PHOTO OF MOUSEKETEER DARLENE GILLESPIE. (Disneyland, 1955) This very rare publicity photo is of Darlene Gillespie as Tinkerbell from the Mickey Mouse Club Circus in 1955. The photo is signed by Darlene, and comes with a letter on original Mickey Mouse Club stationary from Darlene, stating that the photo was from her own private collection of original Mickey Mouse Club memorabilia. This photo is from Disneyland’s opening “Peter Pan” show. The photo measures 10”x8”. The photo is in good condition, with some edge wear and some moisture staining along the back on the right edge. $100 - $200


494. SET OF DISNEYLAND GUIDE BOOKS 1955-1964. (Disneyland, 1955-1964) Amazing set of the first (10) guidebooks for Disneyland. Together, they form a beautiful visual of the formative years of the park. All are in good to very good condition with varying wear to each. $1,000 - $1,500 495. THE STORY OF DISNEYLAND 1955 GUIDEBOOK. (Disneyland, 1955) The first-issued Disneyland guidebook, available just before the park opening in July of 1955. Published before the park was completed, all images within are illustrations and graphic maps as opposed to photos. A “must-have” for any collection. Measures 8.75”x6”. In fine condition with minimal wear. $300 - $500

496. TINKER BELL SOUVENIR CATALOG LETTER. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare Disneyland catalog letter on early Disneyland letterhead and featuring images of Tinker Bell (signed by her too!). The letter measures 6.75”x8.75”. In very good condition with minor wear. $100 - $200

497. RARE DREAMLAND 1961 GUIDEBOOK. (Dreamland, 1961) It has been said that imitation is the greatest form of flattery. In 1961, attempting to capitalize on the success of Disney’s approach to theme parks, a Japanese company opened “Dreamland”, complete with a Main Street, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland....not to mention a “Matterhorn”, Monorail, Skyway, and many more Disney-style attractions. This 24 page guidebook is full of full-color photos of the park as well as a very familiar looking map. Incredibly, the theme park thrived for almost 45 years, closing in 2006. An amazing addition to any Disneyland collection, and one of the only examples we have seen. $300 - $500

498. YOUR GUIDE TO DISNEYLAND BANK OF AMERICA FOLD-OUT MAP. (Disneyland, 1955) Handsome complimentary fold-out map of Disneyland distributed at the Bank of America branch on Main Street. The maps came in several configurations with outstanding graphics and information on the park. The map measures 15”x18” unfolded, and has been archivally mounted on linen. In very good condition. $150 - $250

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499. DISNEYLAND SERVING TRAY IMAGES OF MAIN STREET ON FRONT. (Disneyland, 1950s) A decorative serving tray featuring images of Main Street in white over the red colored tray. Measures 14.5”x17.5”x0.75”. In good condition with minimal wear from its use. $200 - $400

500. MAIN STREET SOUVENIR TIN TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A blue Main Street souvenir tin tray featuring artwork of a horse-drawn trolly. Made in Japan. Measures 4.75”x6.75”. In good condition with some small dents and light scratching. $100 - $200

501. MAIN STREET SOUVENIR TIN TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A blue Main Street souvenir tin tray featuring artwork of a the Omni Bus. Made in Japan. Measures 4.75”x6.75”. In good condition with some light scratching and velcro on the back of the tray. $100 - $200

502. MAIN STREET SOUVENIR TIN TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A light blue Main Street souvenir tin tray featuring artwork of a horse-drawn fire cart. Made in Japan. Measures 4.75”x6.75”. In good condition with some small dents and light scratching. $100 - $200

503. MAIN STREET SOUVENIR TIN TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A red Main Street souvenir tin tray featuring artwork of a horse-drawn fire cart. Made in Japan. Measures 4.75”x6.75”. In good condition with some light scratching and velcro on the back of the tray. $100 - $200

504. MAIN STREET SOUVENIR TIN TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A pink Main Street souvenir tin tray featuring artwork of a horse and carriage. Made in Japan. Measures 4.75”x6.75”. In good condition with some small dents and light scratching. $100 - $200

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ELEANOR WELBORN. Walt Disney preferred to use local and in-state suppliers whenever possible. One of the earliest suppliers of ceramics to the park was Eleanor Welborn Art Productions of Monterey California. Started in her garage, like so many other small businesses, in 1955 Welborn secured the license to produce souvenir plates, tea cups, ash trays and other items for the new Disneyland park. Because they were produced early on in the park’s development, many of the images she used were concepts directly from imagineering.

505. SET OF (6) ELEANOR WELBORN DISNEYLAND LACED PLATES. (Disneyland, 1950s) A beautiful collection of (6) Disneyland laced plates by Eleanor Welborn Art Productions featuring Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and two different but related Main Street plates. Each plate measures 6.5” in diameter. In good condition, with some plates missing their ribbons or portions of their ribbons. Some areas of minor wear and scuffing throughout. $700 - $1,000

506. SET OF (4) ELEANOR WELBORN DISNEYLAND DISHES. (Disneyland, 1950s) A beautiful collection of (4) extremely rare Disneyland plates by Eleanor Welborn Art Productions. These plates are of a heavier dish style, with larger than normal artwork on the surfaces of the 7.5” in diameter plates. The artwork featured is of Adventureland, Frontierland, Main Street USA, and Tomorrowland. These plates are in displayed condition, with minor amounts of soil and tarnish, with some wear to the color of portions of the plates. $800 - $1,000

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507. FABULOUS GIFTS FROM DISNEYLAND MAIL ORDER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1955) The first of the extremely rare Disneyland mail order catalogs. Also available at the many souvenir kiosks throughout the park, these early catalogs were capable of being sent through the mail themselves, as with this one, with the recipients address printed at the top. Filled with early Disneyland memorabilia, these catalogs are highly sought by collectors. Very good condition with cellophane tape repairs along the center fold. 16.5”x11.5” . $200 - $400

508. DISNEYLAND TIN LITHO SERVING TRAY. (Disneyland,1955) A tin serving tray with a lithographic Disneyland park map print on the surface. In beautiful color, this tray also has imagery of the different lands along the border. Measures 12.5”x17.25”x0.75”. In good condition with some wear, particularly along the edges, and the bottom of the tray. $200 - $400

509. DISNEYLAND 3-D DECORATIVE WALL PLATES. (Disneyland, 1955) A very early park exclusive set, these ceramic plates were hand-painted in Japan and feature the pop-out artwork from the different lands of the park. There are 4 plates in total for Adventureland, Fantasyland, Main Street USA, and Tomorrowland. Plates contain two holes along the base to allow for wall-display. Each plate measures 8” in diameter. In displayed condition, with some soil and tarnish, and minimal paint-wear. $600 - $1,000

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510. TIN DISNEYLAND TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A very highly decorated souvenir tin tray from Disneyland. Features 3D imagery from different lands in the park around the rim, with Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in the center. Measures 5.5” in diameter. In good condition, with nice petina. Possible 1.25” burn mark on right side of surface. Some wear throughout from use. $100 - $200

511. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR ALUMINUM TRAY. (Disneyland, 1950s) A souvenir aluminum tray from Disneyland featuring imagery of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Made in Japan. Measures 11” in diameter. In good condition with a few small scratches, sections of mild wear, and small dings throughout. $100 - $200

512. DISNEYLAND TWO-PIECE CHINA FLOWER VASE. (Disneyland, 1950s) An unusual two-piece china flower holder with a gold rim and the text “Disneyland” on the front surface in the same reflective gold. In good condition, but missing a few appliques around the outside surface. Some mild wear throughout. The Tinkerbell figurine measures 2.25” in diameter, and 6” tall. $200 - $400

514. SET OF 4 ASH TRAYS AND CIGARETTE HOLDER WITH DISNEYLAND “CREST” LOGO. (Disneyland, 1950s) A decorative set of (4) ceramic ashtrays and a ceramic cigarette holder with removable lid. Each ashtray features a raised Disneyland crest in the center. The ashtrays come in purple, blue, green, and orange. The ashtrays measure 6.5” in diameter and 1.5” tall. The cigarette holder comes in an emerald green, and features the same raised crest on its lid. Lid contains an inner cork ring to help seal the container. Cigarette holder measures 2.75” in diameter and 3.75” tall. Set is in overall good condition, but has some wear to portions of the glaze and portions of the raised seals. A beautiful set. $200 - $400

513. DISNEYLAND ADVENTURELAND MOA TIKI SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS. (Disneyland, 1956) Early hand-painted souvenir salt and pepper shakers from Adventureland. Each shaker measures 2.25”x2”x4.25” and has the Walt Disney Productions stamp on the base. In fine condition overall. $100 - $200

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516. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR SUNGLASSES. (Disneyland, 1960s) Hip pair of childrens’ shades featuring the Matterhorn and Monorail attractions. Wear them with pride. Measures 4”x2”. In Excellent condition. $100 - $200

519. MONORAIL/SUBMARINE VOYAGE METAL LUNCH BOX AND THERMOS. (Disneyland, 1959) Vintage metal lunchbox featuring the Monorail and Submarine Voyage attractions. Lunchbox measures 7”x8”x3” and comes with the original thermos. In very good condition overall with paint wear and scratches from use. $350 - $450

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517. MR. SUN AT WORK SOLAR TOY. (Disneyland, 1956) Vintage solar engine toy, Mr Sun at Work, sold in Tomorrowland in the early years of the park. This toy comes in its original blue box and also includes a very rare Gift Souvenirs from Disneyland mail-order catalog. Box measures 3”x3”x5”. In very good condition. $250 - $350

520. RARE DISNEYLAND JAPANESE PAPER PARASOL. (Disneyland, 1955) Incredibly rare and equally fragile Disneyland souvenir Japanese paper parasol. These ephemeral items sold on Main Street, were made to help park guests gain shelter from the sometimes brutal California sunshine. The color and styling is absolutely superb. Measures 16”x22” when opened. In very good working condition for its age. $300 - $400

518. DONALD DUCK CHILD’S SOUVENIR SQUEAKER HAT. (Disneyland, 1963) Child’s souvenir squeaker hat. Measures 6”x10”x4” and in very good condition with discoloration from age. $100 - 200

521. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR MUSIC BOX. (Disneyland, 1960s) Souvenir music box featuring the Disneyland Railroad. Measures 4.2”5x3”x2.25”. Label on bottom states the box plays the Mickey Mouse Club March. Appears to be nonfunctional, but has not been examined any further. Box is in good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $400


522. ALWEG MONORAIL PROMOTIONAL DRINKING GLASSES. (Disneyland, 1959) An extremely rare set of (5) drinking glasses given away as promotional gifts to contractors and corporate sponsors of the 1959 Disneyland expansion project. The image of the Monorail was pulled from the Bob Gurr/John Hench concept artwork done for the project. Each glass is 4.5” high. In fine condition overall. $400 - $600

524. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CANDY DISH. (Disneyland 1960s) Colorful souvenir candy dish featuring stylized graphics of the different lands. Measures 5.25” across and 1.75”. Disneyland stamp on the bottom. In fine condition. $200 - $400

523. DISNEY STUDIO CERAMIC ASHTRAY. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare and unusual ceramic ashtray made for studio personnel and VIP gifts. Produced by the same manufacturer of Disneyland ceramic souvenirs, the ashtray features lively graphics of four of the company’s main divisions. Green triangular Disneyland logo stamp on the bottom. One of only three examples we have seen offered for sale. Ashtray measures 3”x3”x2.25”. In fine condition. $400 - $500

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527. DISNEYLAND 3-D PICTURE BUTTON. (Disneyland, 1964) Rare oversize souvenir 3-D button featuring a couple on the banks of the Rivers of America with the Mark Twain in the background. In good condition with some wear. Original price sticker on reverse. Measures 6” in diameter. $100 - $200

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525. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CUP AND SAUCER. (Disneyland 1960s) Colorful souvenir espresso cup and saucer featuring stylized graphics of the Disneyland logo. Disneyland stamp on the bottom. Cup measures 2” high and 2.5” in diameter. Saucer measures 4.5” in diameter. Set in fine condition. $200 - $400

528. UPJOHN DRUGSTORE/APOTHECARY “PRESCRIPTION” PIXIE DUST. (Disneyland, 1958) At the Main Street Apothecary sponsored by Upjohn, guests could have a “prescription” filled by “Dr. Tinker Bell” for her special “pixie dust.” The 2.5”x2.5”x3” glass bottle came complete with a personalized label. Although potency never expires, we strongly suggest caution against use without consulting Dr. Bell herself. In good condition with some staining to label. $200 - $400

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529. EARLY DISNEYLAND EMPORIUM SHOPPING BAG. (Disneyland, 1955) Rare first-year shopping bag from the Disneyland Emporium featuring “Tinkerbell”. Measures 13.5”x9.5”. In good condition with wear from use. $50 - $100

531. DISNEYLAND TOMORROWLAND SOUVENIR FABRIC. (Disneyland, 1955) Unusual and rare souvenir fabric sold at the Tomorrowland souvenir kiosks in the first years of the park. Measures 48”x56”. In very good condition. $200 - $400

533. TRUE-LIFE DISNEYLAND SCRAPBOOK. (Disneyland, 1955) A very rare, unused Disneyland Scrapbook by Whitman from the opening year of the park. Cover features imagery from the different lands, and interior pages were to be filled with “pictures and clippings”. Measures 8.4”x11”. 28 pages. In good condition with some edge and cover wear, and small spots of light staining. $200 - $400

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530. CANDY PALACE BOX FROM MAIN STREET. (Disneyland, 1958) A beautifully decorated gift box from the Candy Palace on Main Street. This gold and white striped long box features a charming illustration on the top. Surface text reads, “Candy Palace Main Street” and “Disneyland U.S.A”. Measures 6.5”x17”x1.25”. In good condition with minimal wear and discoloration throughout. $100 - $200

532. DISNEYLAND 1ST ANNIVERSARY SOUVENIR PICTORIAL NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENT. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare Disneyland 1st anniversary souvenir pictorial newspaper supplement. Fair condition with writing on the cover, moisture stains and some splitting of the center fold creases. Measures 14.5”x11”. $100 - $200

534. DISNEYLAND COLORING BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) Beautiful Disneyland coloring book published by Whitman Publishing with artwork by the legendary artist Sam Armstrong. The 11”x13.5” book is in good shape with wear along spine and page edges. Some pages are colored. $100 - $200


535. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR SALT AND PEPPER SET. (Disneyland, 1950s) A rare salt and pepper shaker set featuring a Disneyland fire hydrant, and a Disneyland “Bobby” policeman. Shakers have the “Disneyland Walt Disney Productions” logo on the bottom. They measure 4” tall and are in good condition with some minimal wear. $150 - $250

537. SET OF (2) DISNEYLAND VASES. (Disneyland, 1956) A set of (2) miniature vases featuring brilliant gold “Disneyland” text over the cream colored ceramic. Vases measure 1.5” and 2.75” tall. In good condition, with some wear to the paint and ceramic. One vase has an inked date of “2-18-56” on the bottom next to the Disneyland sticker. $100 - $200

536. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CERAMIC MUG SET. (Disneyland, 1956) A beautifully embroidered mug set of (4) featuring the images of Mickey, Donald, Goofy, and Dumbo, popping out from the front. The handle is made to look like the Disneyland “D”. Reverse side of mugs read, “Disneyland” in black font. Nice rich colors still remain on the ceramic, durable mugs. Mugs measure 3” high and roughly 3” in diameter. In good condition with minimal wear and discoloration. Bottoms of mugs have velcro tabs attached to help with the safe display of the mugs. $100 - $200

538. ACRES OF FUN SOUVENIR PAPER FAN. (Disneyland, 1956) A stunning piece of ephemera from the early days of the park. These folding fans were sold at the many souvenir kiosks throughout Disneyland in 1956. Lovingly illustrated on both sides with various attractions. Yet another example of the pride and care Disney put into the promotion of the park through ephemera. These were recently re-issued as a replica by D23 as a member exclusive but originals like these are extremely rare. Fan measures 6.75”x3.75” closed. In very good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $400

539. SET OF (5) EARLY STERLING SILVER SPOONS. (Disneyland, 1955) An Amazing selection of (5) rare sterling silver souvenir spoons and one silver plated letter opener from the earliest days of the park (some of the spoons are dated 1954). A popular collectible of the time, these spoons were a little more upscale than the standard souvenirs sold at the park. $500 - $700

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541. ORIGINAL DISNEYLAND POPCORN BOX. (Disneyland, 1956) A very rare, original Disneyland 1956 popcorn box in a beautiful vintage striped green and white. These simple graphics gorgeously represent the charm of iconic Disneyland design, even to the extent that a limited edition ceramic replica was made in honor of the originals. Measures 7”x4.25”. In very good condition with minimal edge wear and discoloration spots. $100 - $200

543. 1956 DISNEYLAND GUIDE BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) This, “A Complete Guide to Disneyland” booklet was published just one year after the park first opened. This full-color guide featured park maps and photos of attractions for many readers who had not yet had their first trip to the happiest place on Earth. A wonderful read that is full of great history. Measures 11.5”x8”. In good condition with some wear to the cover. $100 - $200

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542. DISNEYLAND REAL-PHOTO POSTCARD. (Disneyland, 1956) An extremely rare Real Photo Postcard featuring the Jungle Cruise attraction in Adventureland. Printed in Germany, Real Photo Postcards were some of the earliest postcards at the park and are very hard-to-find. This particular card was part of the WED research library and has a WED stamp on reverse. Measures 3.5”x5.5”. In fine unused condition with only minor wear. $200 - $400

544. MATTEL’S YOUR TRIP TO DISNEYLAND ON RECORDS. (Disneyland, 1956) Unused and uncut (5) record set produced by Mattel Toys and featuring a fold-out map of Disneyland, character cut-outs and a record for each land. Measures 14”x43” open. In very good condition with a 3” tear in the back flap. $100 - $200


545. DISNEYLAND ELECTRIC TOURS GAME. (Disneyland, 1957) Souvenir “Electric tours” game published by Jacmar. Game is complete and box measures 12”x18”x2.25”. In good condition with staining and wear. $300 - $400

547. PLASTER MICKEY SOUVENIR FIGURINE. (Disneyland, 1957) A very rare early park item, this plaster Mickey Mouse souvenir figure was sold in 1957 and features the text “Disneyland wish you were here!”. Measures 4.5” high and is in good condition, with minimal scuffing and small chipping of paint. Small hairline crack on back of Mickey’s head. $300 - $500

549. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR MINIATURE PHOTO ALBUM. (Disneyland, 1957) Souvenir miniature album containing (10) color pictures of Disneyland landmarks. Measures 4”x2.75”. In fine condition with some handwriting on backs of photos but very minor wear. Comes with the original mailing envelope in good condition with some expected wear. $100 - $200

546. SALT AND PEPPER DISNEYLAND CASTLE SET SILVER WITH ORIGINAL BOX. (Disneyland, 1957) A beautiful and rare souvenir salt and pepper set from Disneyland, made to resemble Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Set comes with a salt shaker, a pepper shaker, and a tray for the shakers. Set is highly detailed, and has an elegant petina. Tray measures 2”x4.25”. Shakers measure 2.25” tall. In very good condition with minimal wear. Set comes in original box. Box has minor shelf wear. “July, 1957” written along bottom of box in blue pen. $300 - $500

548. LET’S BUILD DISNEYLAND PUSH OUT AND PUT TOGETHER BOOK. (Disneyland, 1957) This rare “Let’s Build Disneyland” Push Out and Put Together Book by Whitman Publishing Co. was an early park takeaway. This book features great vibrant imagery throughout of the different lands. Measures 12.5”x10.25”. Fair Condition with some tears and staining. Missing many of its original push outs. $100 - $200

550. MEET ME DOWN ON MAIN STREET, THE MELLOMEN BARBER SHOP QUARTET LP RECORD. (Disneyland, 1957) The first Barber Shop Quartet on Main Street were the Mellowmen, led by Disney voice over star, Thurl Ravenscroft (pictured on the far right of the LP). In fair condition, with some wear to the album cover, including some separation along the edges. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

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551. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR GIFTS MAIL ORDER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1950s) This souvenir gifts mail order catalog provides an entertaining look into the life of 1950’s America, through the types of items offered for sale in this catalog. Such items include Tomorrowland space helmets and Disneyland poppin’ pistols. 15 pages with color illustrations throughout. Measures 10.25”x8”. In good condition with some feint fold marks and minimal edge wear. Back cover has a mailing sticker adhered to the bottom right corner. $200 - $400

552. DISNEYLAND BOOK CHARM WITH PICTURES. (Disneyland, 1958) Mother of pearl covered Disneyland book charm containing ten color pictures of Disneyland. Rare to find with pictures intact, the charm was originally sold with a bracelet. Measures 1”x1.25”. In good condition, with some tarnishing and discoloration. $100 - $200

553. DISNEYLAND MAGIC KINGDOM BLUE FELT PENNANT. (Disneyland, 1958) A blue felt pennant for Disneyland with a red and white Magic Kingdom crest. Measures 8”x24”. In very good condition, with minimal wear. $100 - $200

554. CHARM BRACELET WITH (7) DISNEYLAND CHARMS. (Disneyland, 1958) This Magic Charm Bracelet features the highlights of Disneyland. Actual miniature reproductions of the Mark Twain, the Castle, and five other charms in rhodium silver with safety catch in its original handsom gift box. Bracelet is 7” long. In excellent condition. Box has very little wear. $200 - $400

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555. DISNEYLAND DRINKING GLASS SET OF (4) WITH GLASS HOLDER. (Disneyland, 1958) A charming drinking glass set of (4) with a stylish gold-colored glass holder. Glasses feature imagery from the various park attractions in a beautiful reflective gold that compliments the glass holder. All four glasses contain the same imagery, with different colored accents per each glass. They come in pink, teal, black, and frosted white. Each glass measures 2.75” in diameter and 5” tall. The holder measures 11” tall. This set is in very good condition, with minimal wear. $400 - $600


556. 1958 DISNEYLAND SHOPPING BAG. (Disneyland, 1958) Rare large graphic shopping bag showcasing the Disneyland artists’ iconic graphic sensibility. Most likely used at the Main Street Emporium, the bag in this size is extremely hard-to-find. Measures 10.75”x16”x5.75”. In very good condition with wear from use. $100 - $200

558. DISNEYLAND COLORING BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) Beautiful unused Disneyland coloring book published by Western Publishing. The 8”x10.25” book is in very good condition with a small tear at the bottom righthand corner that also affects the first page. $50 - $100

560. DONALD DUCK ALL ABOARD FOR DISNEYLAND DIAL POSTACARD. (Disneyland, 1959) This unique postcard features Donald Duck at Disneyland. The postcard features a dial that, when spun, alternates between Frontierland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland, and Fantasyland themes for the card. Souvenirs like these helped grow the popularity of the park, and this example is special in that it was used and mailed in 1959 and includes a brief note to a loved one who couldn’t make it on their trip to the park. Measures 5.25”x6.75”. In good used condition, with some general wear including creases and discoloration throughout. $100 - $200

557. SCHUCO DISNEYLAND MONORAIL ELECTRIC TRAIN SET IN BOX. (Disneyland, 1960) A rare original boxed Schuco Disneyland Alweg Monorail train set. The set looks like it has never been played with however the engine and cars have a few small scratches. Transformer not included. The Monorail and it’s cars measures 14.5” long. The box shows some wear and has been repaired with cellophane tape. Includes the operating instructions and catalog. $300 - $500

559. 1950’S DISNEYLAND DRINKING GLASS. (Disneyland, 1950s) A very early park souvenir, this drinking glass with it’s subtle colors and linework, is easily reminiscent of the 1950’s park life. The imagery of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle wraps around and covers most of the front of the glass. Measures 4” in diameter and 7” tall. In good condition, with mild wear from its use. A feint cloudiness to the glass. $100 - $200

561. MATTERHORN SOUVENIR ASHTRAY. (Disneyland, 1959) A decorative souvenir ashtray featuring the Matterhorn logo and Disneyland name. Walt Disney Productions brand on the reverse side. Measures 4.75”x4.25”x0.75” and is in good condition with light wear. $200 - $300

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562. DISNEYLAND GRAD NIGHT 1966 PROGRAM. (Disneyland, 1966) Rare souvenir program for the 1966 Grad Night at Disneyland. The program lists the participating High Schools and the musical acts performing during the night which include Mel Carter, and The Association (at the Golden Horseshoe!). There was even a 1966 Pontiac GTO given away during the night. The program is in good condition with wear and creasing and some staining to cover from use. Measures 9.5”x8.5”. $100 - $200

564. DISNEYLAND 1962 GUIDE BOOK. (Disneyland, 1962) An early Disneyland guide book featuring cover imagery of Walt above a stylized version of the park. Contains full-color photos of the different rides and attractions. 28 pages including cover. In very good condition with minimal wear to the cover and spine. $100 - $200

566. DISNEYLAND COLLECTOR PLATE. (Disneyland, 1950s) This decorative ceramic plate features the different lands of the park in a deep blue around Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in the center of the plate. The back of the plate has a short message that reads “Disneyland is living proof that dreams do come true. For twenty years, Walt Disney dreamed of creating ‘A Fabulous Playground, a showplace of magic and living facts.’” Measures 10” in diameter. In good condition with some wear around the rim and base. $200 - $400

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563. 1st ANNUAL GRAD NIGHT SOUVENIR PROGRAM. (Disneyland, 1961) Rare souvenir program from the 1st Grad Night party at Disneyland. Dated June 15, 1961, the program lists the local high schools particpating and the musical acts for the night, which include Benny Goodman, Tommy Sands, and Annette Funicello. The program has a crease through the center, where the owner probably folded it while carrying it around, but overall is in very good condition. Measures 8.5”x11”. $100 - $200

565. GRAD NIGHT AT DISNEYLAND 1962 45 RPM RECORD. (Disneyland, 1962) Extremely rare souvenir 45 RPM record sold only on Grad Night at Disneyland in1962. The recordings of the Elliott Brothers Orchestra, who performed that evening, were actually taken from thier “Date Night at Disneyland Album”, so that the record could be sold at the event. In good condition with wear to the 7”x7” paper sleeve. $100 - $200

567. MATTERHORN SOUVENIR WALLET. (Disneyland, 1959) A charming red souvenir wallet from the park, this piece is decorated with a Disneyland banner as well as the Matterhorn logo. Measures 4”x2.75”x0.75” clasped, and is in good condition, with some wear to the surface of the wallet. $150 - $250


569. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR SPOON. (Disneyland, 1960s) Souvenir spoon sold at shops on Main Street in 1950s and 1960s. Decorated with a raised Disneyland crest at the top, the spoon measures 4.5” in length. In good condition with some wear and tarnishing. $100 - $200

568. GIFTS FROM DISNEYLAND MAIL ORDER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1960) A rare 1960 “Gifts from Disneyland” mail order catalog. Catalog offers such items as original animation cels delivered to your door for as little as $1.25. A fun and entertaining read featuring full-color photos of early Disneyland items. Measures 8.25”x6”. 6 pages. In very good condition and comes with certificate from Disney Auctions. $200 - $400

570. CHARM BRACELET. (Disneyland, 1960s) A stylish Disneyland charm bracelet with 7 charms featuring Tinkerbell over a green backing, 3 silver castles with blue Disneyland written below them, 1 park security charm, a Columbus boat blue, and a Dumbo charm with pink backing. Comes in its original clam-shell box. Bracelet measures 7.25”. In very good condition, box has light wear. $200 - $400

571. SET OF STERLING DISNEYLAND CASTLE MEN’S CUFF LINKS. (Disneyland, 1960’s) A set of sterling cuff links modeled after Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Disneyland. These cuff links are marked “sterling”, and the castle measures 0.75” tall. In good condition, used, with some wear and a beautiful patina. Comes in a Disneyland cuff links box, not original to this pair. $200 $400

572. CHARM BRACELET. (Disneyland, 1960’s) This Magic Charm bracelet features the highlights of Disneyland. Actual miniature reproductions of the Mark Twain, the Castle, and five other charms in rhodium silver with safety catch in its original pink gift box. Bracelet is 7” long. In excellent condition. Box has very little wear. $200 - $400

573. CHARM BRACELET. (Disneyland, 1960’s) This Magic Charm Bracelet features the highlights of Disneyland. Actual miniature reproductions of the Mark Twain, the Castle, and five other charms in rhodium silver with safety catch in its original handsome gift box. Bracelet is 7” long. In excellent condition. Box has very little wear. $200 - $400

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574. DISNEYLEND GIFT WRAPPING PAPER SHEET. (Disneyland, 1960s) Beautifully framed and presented 25.75”x21.25” sheet of vintage Disneyland gift wrapping paper. The sheet is in very good condition and has been floated in a 37”x32.5” frame.

576. DISNEYLAND PUNCH-OUT BOOK. (Disneyland, 1960) Beautiful unused punch-out book published by Dell Publishing and featuring a punch-out diorama of the park. In very good condition with slight wear. $50 - $100

578. DISNEYLAND EGG TIMER. (Disneyland, 1960s) An early souvenir from the park, this vintage egg timer features the “Walt Disney Productions Disneyland” crest on the top surface. Fully functional and measures 3.25” high. Made in Japan. In good condition, with patina to portions of metal. $100 - $200

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575. MAIN STREET MAGIC SHOP OVERSIZE SHOPPING BOX. (Disneyland, 1960s) An absolutely stunning bit of Disneyland ephemera from one of the most elusive of the Main Street shops. This large “Magic from Disneyland” shopping box Magic Box was used to assemble and sell magic kits at the shop as well as for special large purchases. The top of the box is made to appear as an antiquarian book, complete with keyhole lock. This box is extremely rare and in the best condition of any of the handful we have seen. Measuring 12”x15”x5.25”. In very good condition with minor wear. $400 - $500

577. DISNEYLAND PUNCH-OUT BOOK. (Disneyland, 1956) Beautiful unused punch-out book published by Golden Press and featuring scenes from Disneyland. Book measures 7.25”x13” and is in very good condition with light wear and all punch-outs intact. $50 - $100

579. DISNEYLAND PENNY IN A BOTTLE SOUVENIR. (Disneyland, 1968) Disneyland novelty penny in a bottle souvenir from 1968. Measuring 1.5” tall and in good condition with some rust staining around metal topper. $75 - $100


580. DISNEYLAND JUNGLE BOAT CRUISE SOUVENIR TRINKET BOX. (Disneyland,1960s) A small ceramic heart-shaped box with removable lid featuring artwork from Adventureland. Box reads “Adventureland” on the underside and has the Walt Disney Productions seal. Measures 3”x3”x1.5”. In very good condition with minimal wear and discoloration. $100 - $200

581. DISNEYLAND MARK TWAIN SOUVENIR TRINKET BOX. (Disneyland, 1960s) A small ceramic heart-shaped box with removable lid featuring artwork of the Mark Twain. Box reads “Mark Twain” on the underside and has the Walt Disney Productions seal. Measures 3”x3”x1.5”. In very good condition with minimal wear and discoloration. $100 - $200

582. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CUP AND SAUCER. (Disneyland, 1960s-70s) A decorative cup and saucer souvenir set from the park. Features imagery of the different lands on the saucer, with the text “Disneyland” in gold lettering on the cup. A colorful and appealing set. Cup measures 4” in diameter and 2” high. Saucer measures 6” in diameter. In good condition with minimal wear. Saucer has velcro tabs adhered to base for it’s safety. $100 - $200

583. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CUP AND SAUCER. (Disneyland, 1960s-70s) A decorative cup and saucer souvenir set from the park. Features imagery of the different lands on the saucer, with the text “Disneyland” in gold lettering on the cup below an elegant reflective gold pattern. A colorful and appealing set. Cup measures 4” in diameter and 2” high. Saucer measures 6” in diameter. In good condition with minimal wear. Saucer has velcro tabs adhered to base for it’s safety. $100 - $200

584. MAIN STREET BARBERSHOP QUARTET 3-PIECE SHAVING KIT. (Disneyland, 1960s) A Main Street 3-piece shaving kit containing a dish, cup and tray. This piece features a stylish Barber Shop Quartet on the front of the cup, dish, and tray. Cup measures 3.5” in diameter, and 3.5” high. Set is in very good condition, with minimal wear. $100 - $200

585. SOUVENIR DISNEYLAND CERAMIC PLATE. (Disneyland, 1960s) A beautiful, highly decorated souvenir ceramic plate from Disneyland that features the different vehicles guests can see in Main Street USA. The bottom of the plate has a description of the history of Main Street USA. Measures 10.25” in diameter. In very good condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

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586. CERAMIC DISNEYLAND ASHTRAYS, BOX, AND MUG. (Disneyland, 1960s) A (5) piece set of ceramic Fantasyland souvenirs from the park. This set includes two small ashtrays with “Fantasyland” in raised lettering on the surface, a larger Fantasyland plate with raised imagery, a Fantasyland covered box with removable lid featuring park artwork and the text “Fantasyland”, and a ceramic Fantasyland-themed mug with raised castle art. Set is in good condition overall, some pieces have some wear along bottom rims and some minimal wear throughout. $100 - $200

587. “THIS IS DISNEYLAND” SOUVENIR GIFT MAILER. (Disneyland,1960s) A very rare “This is Disneyland” souvenir gift mailer featuring 26 colorful scenes from the park. Measures 4”x6” folded. Unused. Excellent condition. $100 - $200

588. SOUVENIR DISNEYLAND LACED PLATE AND MATCHING CUP. (Disneyland, 1960s) Beautiful ceramic laced plate with matching cup. Both feature a classic stylized Disneyland logo. Both are in very good condition with little to no wear. $100 - $200

589. SOUVENIR OIL PAINTING INSPIRED BY THE JUNGLE CRUISE RIDE POSTCARD. (Disneyland, 1960s) A very unusual original oil painting on canvas based on a popular Disneyland postcard showing Donald and his nephews on the Jungle Cruise ride. Produced by Artistic Interiors this is the only example of this type of product we have seen. It is possible these were sold within Disneyland, but more likely something the company offered outside the park or through mail order. Measuring 24”x20” in the original frame with Artistic Interiors tag on reverse. Canvas has loosened a bit with age, but overall in very good condition. $400 - $600

590. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR GERMAN STEIN. (Disneyland, 1956) Souvenir ceramic German stein sold in the early days of the park. Measures 5.25” high with a 3” base. Disney stamp on bottom. In fine condition. $100 - $200

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591. DISNEYLAND HOTEL SOUVENIR BANK. (Disneyland, 1962) Ceramic souvenir bank featuring the Disneyland Hotel. Measures 1.5”x3.5”. In good condition with some minor wear. $100 - $200


592. GIFTS FROM DISNEYLAND MAIL ORDER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1960) A rare 1960 “Gifts from Disneyland” mail order catalog. Catalog offers such items as original animation cels delivered to your door for as little as $2.25. A fun and entertaining read featuring full-color photos of early Disneyland items. Measures 8.25”x5.75”. 26 pages. In very good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $400

593. 1961 DISNEYLAND SAM MCKIM SOUVENIR MAP. (Disneyland, 1961) Nothing quite captures the youthful excitement of a visit to early Disneyland than the first Disneyland souvenir maps. These wall poster sized maps are just overflowing with charm and detail. The kind of thing that had most 1950s and 60s kids drooling over a visit just completed or one to come. For many years, these maps were created by one artist, the incomparable, Sam McKim. This Imagineering art director was the sole creator of the maps from the beginning, through the late 1960s, and then again for Disneyland Paris, and yet once again for Disneyland in the early 2000s. Measures 30”x45”. Map has been folded, so creases remain from long periods of storage while folded. Some wear and discoloration remain along the edges and creases of folds. The bottom middle crease has separated, but the top half of that crease remains intact. Some of the other creases are showing signs of separation as well. Some areas have been shaded lightly in pencil by the original owner, who also signed his name on the back. The quirks of this piece show that it was well-loved by its original owner. $100 - $200

594. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIER PENDANT. (Disneyland, 1960s) Souvenier pendant featuring Tinkerbell and Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Measures 1.5” in diameter. In good condition with wear and tarnishing. $50 - $100

595. ENESCO TINKERBELL FIGURINE SET OF (2). (Disneyland, 1960s) A lot of (2) Enesco Tinkerbell figurines from the 1960s, these were beautiful takeaway items from the earlier days of the park. Both measure about 4.25” at their longest, and feature Tinkerbell in great poses. These figurines still have their original stickers that read “Tinkerbell”. In good condition with minimal wear from being displayed. $300 - $400

596. ADVENTURELAND PLATE IN BLACK MELMACK. (Disneyland, 1960s-70s) An eye-catching stylized Adventureland plate from Disneyland accomplished in black melmack. Features artwork from the Jungle Cruise attraction, the Enchanted Tiki Room, and more. Measures 10.5” in diameter. In very good condition with minimal scuffs and wear to the piece. $100 - $200

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597. SIGNED WALLY BOAG DISNEYLAND LETTER AND AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO. (Disneyland, 1963) Wally Boag signed letter on Disneyland stationary and Signed 8”x10” photo. Wally Boag was the headliner at The Golden Horseshoe from 1955 until 1982, an amazing career by one of the most beloved and legendary performers at the park. The letter, dated 1963 is in answer to a request for the autographed photo. Both have been beautifully framed for presentation. Overall frame size 17”x22.5”. $400 - $600

598. SAM MCKIM “1964A” DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR MAP. (Disneyland, 1964) Rare large poster-size park map from 1964. This version of the popular Sam McKim designed maps that were used at the park between 1958 and 1964, features the proposed Edison and Liberty Squares that were never built, the short lived McDonnell-Douglas Rocket, and the Haunted Mansion which would not open for another 5 years. The map measures 29”x44” and is in good condition with visible creases from folding, tears in the corner and light staining. $100 - $200

599. NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR MARY BLAIR IT’S A SMALL WORLD CONCEPT ART NOTE CARD SET. (World’s Fair, 1964) Rare World’s Fair Souvenir boxed set of (10) note cards featuring Mary Blair concept art (5 different images) from the It’s a Small World attraction. The cards measure 4.5”x5.75” and are housed with their original envelopes in the original 4.25”x6.5” box. All are in very good condition with minor wear. $100 - $200

600. WALT DISNEY’S PICTORIAL SOUVENIR BOOK OF DISNEYLAND 1965. (Disneyland, 1965) This pictorial souvenir book from 1965 features Walt Disney and Sleeping Beauty’s Castle on the cover. Offers a visual walkthrough of the park’s attractions and history. In fullcolor, with artistic framing and design highlighting the beautiful park photos. (32) pages. Measures 10.5”x10.5”. In good condition with minimal edge and corner wear. $100 - $200

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601. WALT DISNEY’S DISNEYLAND WORLD OF FLOWERS - SOUVENIR HARDBACK BOOK. (Disneyland, 1965) An extremely rare hardback souvenir book published and sold at Disneyland. Written by famed Disney horticulturalist, Morgan “Bill” Evans. This volume was produced in 1965 only, however, it is very telling how Disney respected the work of his lead WED Imagineering Disneyland Landscape Architect. This book features terrific vintage photos of rare details of the park. Often the spines are missing from these as the binding quality was very poor, but this spine is intact, with some wear. Comes with it’s even more rare paper dust jacket. Measures 11.5”x9.5”. The book is in fair to good condition with the spine still intact but starting to separate. The dust jack is in poor condition. There is a note on an interior blank page in pen, commemorating the date that the original owners went to the park and received this book. $150 - $250


602. ROLL OF VINTAGE 1960’S PRICE TAGS (UNUSED). (Disneyland, 1960’s) An extremely rare, 1960’s roll of unused Disneyland price stickers. These stickers are a vibrant red with the text “Disneyland” across the top. Each sticker measures 0.75”x0.75”, with the entire roll measuring 3.5” in diameter. In very good condition with little wear. $100 - $200

603. DISNEYLAND PICTURAMA MAGIC RUB-ONS CRAFT SET. (Disneyland, 1966) Disneyland magic rub-on set by Hasbro. The unused set contains a 3-foot long stylized image of Disneyland and transferable decals so that you can make your own Diorama. The 21”x12.25” box is in fair to good condition. It is intact with some torn and collapsed sides. The Diorama board and transfers are unused. $200 - $300

604. DISNEYLAND HOTEL SOUVENIR FABRIC. (Disneyland, 1965) Unusual 34”x44” bolt of souvenir fabric from the Disneyland Hotel. In very good unused condition with minor wear from age. $100 - $200

605. DISNEYLAND BUBBLE GUM CARD BOX. (Disneyland, 1965) A Walt Disney’s Disneyland bubble gum trading card box from 1965, celebrating Disneyland’s 10 year anniversary. Box features Sleeping Beauty’s Castle on the front with a vibrant yellow “Disneyland” text. Measures 4”x8”x1.75”. In good condition, with some wear to the box and some separating pieces. Box has been opened and fitted with cardboard to help maintain its condition. Does not come with original packs of gum. $150 - $250

606. 1966 DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR MAP. (Disneyland, 1966) A blue and purple bordered version of the Disneyland park map, this beautiful souvenir would bring back memories for any park guest who was lucky enough to bring one of these home from their visit. Measures 30”x45”. Great condition. Map has been folded, so fold creases and wear remain. Crisp edges and brilliant colors still remain after nearly 50 years! Some faint pencil marks along bottom edge of map. $200 - $400

607. DISNEYLAND SUMMER 1967 GUIDEBOOK SUPPLEMENT. (Disneyland, 1967) This supplemental Summer of 1967 guidebook to the park features many photos from the park on its cover. This booklet offers rare color photos and descriptions of attractions from the earliest of days at the park. (48) pages. Measures 8.25”x6”. In good condition with some surface wear. Small discoloration spot on back of cover. Center page is detatched from one of its two staples. $200 - $400

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609. DISNEYLAND PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN SOUVENIR GUIDE. (Disneyland, 1967) Rare first year pictorial guide for Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean. This impressive 40 page guide features color photos of the of many of Marc Davis’ early concepts for the ride, as well as construction photos and images of the completed project. Measures 9”x10.75”. In very good condition, with a bend in the lower right section of the cover as well as minor edge tears in some of the interior pages. $50 - $100

610. PIRATES OF THE CARIBEAN (3) SOUVENIR CONDIMENT JARS WITH METAL TRAY. (Disneyland, 1967) A rare decorative set of three Pirates of the Caribbean ceramic jam jars, made to look like pirates. These jars have their matching removable tops so that they could be filled with jams, and come with a set of replacement brass spoons with wooden handles that look great with the set. The pirate head jars come with the extremely rare original metal serving tray which reads “New Orleans Square in Disneyland” on the plaque at the top. Each jar has the same New Orleans Square mark on their base. Each head measures 3.5” high and roughly 4” in diameter. The serving tray measures 8” high and 11” in diameter. In very good used condition with minimal wear, and a few small chips in the black paint on two of the jars. $1,000 - $1,500

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611. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN SNOWGLOBE. (Disneyland, 1967) An elegantly crafted “ship in a bottle” style snowglobe featuring a depiction of a scene from the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disneyland. The scene depicts two pirates dunking a captive man in a well, as their pirate ship passes behind the town under the sunset. The neck of the bottle has a label that reads “Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland”. Measures 2.25”x2.25”x5”. The water has been removed from the snowglobe. In good condition with a mild cloudiness to the bottle, and some scuffing and discoloration spots throughout. A charming early Disneyland collectible. $50 - $100


612. DISNEYLAND PROP/SOUVENIR SUITCASE. (Disneyland, 1960s) Charming canvas covered 15”x10.5”x6” vintage suitcase with a Disneyland castle logo and “I’m Going to Disneyland” applique on one side. We are unsure whether this was part of a store window display at the park or something actually sold there. Regardless, this piece exudes the charm and nostalgia associated with the early days of Disneyland. $500 - $1,000

613. 1967 DISNEYLAND POPCORN BOX. (Disneyland, 1967) This rare piece of ephemera is another great example of Disneyland’s design charm that would be infused in even the most common of disposable items. So much so, that the graphics of the late 1960’s food service items have been immortalized in recent limited edition ceramics. A very rare artifact. Box measures 6.5” high, and is copyright 1967. Good condition with very minimal wear to the edges and base of the box. Some discoloration from age. $100 - $200

614. RARE MONSANTO ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE BROCHURE. (Disneyland, 1967) Rare Monsanto produced (17) page brochure explaining their new sponsored attraction, Adventure Thru Inner Space. The brochure talks a little bit about what the guest will experience on the ride as well as goes into some of the scientific details the attraction is based on. Measures 4”x9”. In good condition with some edge wear. $100 - $200

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615. RARE SWORD IN THE STONE SOUVENIR MEDALLION. (Disneyland, 1990s) Rare souvenir medallion given to select visitors who participated in the Sword in The Stone live show in Fantasyland and pull the sword out of the stone. A very unique souvenir of the park not often seen. $300 - $400

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616. WALT DISNEY’S PICTORIAL SOUVENIR BOOK OF DISNEYLAND WITH ORIGINAL ENVELOPE. (Disneyland, 1968) This pictorial souvenir book from 1968 features Walt Disney happily signing autographs for park guests on the cover. Offers a visual walkthrough of the park’s attractions and history. In full-color, with artistic framing and design highlighting the beautiful park photos. 34 pages. Comes with original envelope. Measures 8.75”x11.5”. In good condition with minimal edge and corner wear to both the guidebook and envelope. $100 - $200

617. THE HAUNTED MANSION SECRET PANEL CHEST/BOX WITH INSTRUCTIONS. (Disneyland, 1969) These neat little wood puzzle chests featuring WED concept art were sold before the Haunted Mansion opened from a kiosk just outside the closed gates. They continued to be sold as a souvenir for several years after the 1969 opening of the attraction. A hidden latch on the side opens and pulls down, allowing the top of the box to slide out. The removal of the top of the box then allows for the removal of the second side panel, revealing a second hidden drawer. A very charming item, that was very intricately built. Measures 2.25”x5.5”x3.5”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $150 - $250

618. HAUNTED MANSION SOUVENIR SPOON. (Disneyland, 1969) A very hard-to-find plastic spoon given away as part of the “I Scream” promotion at Carnation during the opening of The Haunted Mansion. Measures 5” long and is in good used condition. $50 - $100

619. HAUNTED MANSION RARE RANDOTTI VULTURE PLAQUE. (Disneyland, 1970s) A rare Randotti souvenir plaque from the 1970s. Created by Randy and Dotti Smith (Randotti), the couple took what began as a hobby and made a career out of creating early souvenirs for the park, including many for Pirates of the Caribbean and most famously, the Haunted Mansion. This rare 8”x5”x1.5” vulture plaque was probably sold near the Haunted Mansion, and glows in the dark. In very good condition with minor scuffs and dings. $150 - $250

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620. SIGNED THE STORY AND SONG FROM THE HAUNTED MANSION LP. (Disneyland, 1969) A beautiful full-color illustrated book and record set featuring a story and songs from The Haunted Mansion. Signed cover by Thurl Ravenscroft. Musical performance by Buddy Baker, illustrations by Collin Campbell. This 11-page book and vinyl record set is a charming early Disneyland artifact. In great condition, with minimal wear to the record cover. Vinyl is in great condition. $200 - $400


621. “A COMPLETE EDITION ABOUT WALT DISNEY WORLD” BOOKLET. (Walt Disney World, 1969) This booklet, “A Complete Edition About Walt Disney World”, is 24 pages long with 8 of those pages in full color. The booklet covers the history of the park and the plans for future development. An enjoyable read that draws you in to this historic time. Measures 11”x8.5”. In very good condition with minor wear. $100 - $200

622. TAYLOR AND HUMES MAGICLAND BAG. (Disneyland, 1960-70s) Rare late 1960s-1970s practice bag from the Taylor and Humes Magic shop at the Disneyland Hotel. Taylor and Humes also ran the Magic Shops 623. ROCKET TO THE MOON LIMITED EDITION on Main Street and in Fantasyland. Measures 11.5”x15.5”. In good condition with some creases MODEL. (Disneyland, 1995) Limited edition desk model featuring the Rocket to the Moon, released by the and wrinkling from use. $100 - $200 Disney Gallery in 1995. Measures 19”x8”x8”. In fine condition. $250 - $350

624. WALT DISNEY’S DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR BOOK. (Disneyland, 1969) Hardcover souvenir book written by Imagineer and official Disneyland scribe, Marty Sklar. The book was sold at Disneyland and features a history and overview of the attractions and lands. It was updated yearly and this 1969 edition includes Disneyland’s newest attraction, the Haunted Mansion. The (70) page book contains beautiful color photos of the park. Measures 9.5”x11”. In very good condition with minor wear throughout. $50 - $100

625. DISNEYLAND DIAL GUIDE. (Disneyland, 1974) An unusual “dial-guide” interactive map, that was intended to help visitors navigate their way around the park. Measuring 8.5”x11”, it was also set-up to be mailed a souvenir. In very good condition with some wear from use. $100 - $200

626. MOONLINER ROCKET WRITING PEN. (Disneyland, 1970s) A stylish Moonliner Rocket ball-point pen that reads “Disneyland” in red font that matches the color scheme of the rocket. Comes in its original packaging with a “Walt Disney Company” sticker on the bottom of its packaging. Measures 2” in diameter, and 7” tall. In very good condition. $50 - $100

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628. FANTASYLAND WITH MICKEY FELT PENNANT. (Disneyland, 1970s) A Disneyland felt pennant featuring Fantasia Mickey next to the text, “Fantasyland”. Measures 11.25”x29.5”. In good condition with some staining and fading to the edges and tip of pennant. $50 - $100 627. SOUVENIR DECORATIVE PLATE SET. (Disneyland, 1970s) A rare souvenir set of (3) plates from the 1970’s, featuring artwork of the Disneyland Castle. Contains a small and large plate that match, measuring 6.75” and 9” respectfully, and a decorative lace plate with the same artwork, measuring 9” in diameter. Made in Japan, in very good condition with minimal soil and tarnish. $150 - $250

629. 1970’S SMOKED GLASS TRAY SOUVENIR. (Walt Disney World, 1970’s) A decorative smoked-glass Walt Disney World souvenir plate featuring artwork of Cinderella’s Castle over the “Walt Disney World” text. Measures 8.25”x6.25”. In very good condition with minimal wear. $50 - $100

631. HAUNTED MANSION 40TH ANNIVERSARY CHARM BRACELET. (Disneyland, 2009) A ghoulishly fun Haunted Mansion charm bracelet celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the park attraction. Bracelet contains (27) Haunted Mansion ride-themed charms on a 7” chain. Designed by artist Shag. Limited Edition of 999. Excellent condition in original clam-shell box. $100 - $200

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630. WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT PRESS PLATE. (Walt Disney World, 1970) To commemorate the Nation’s First Assembly-Line, Steel-Framed Hotel Rooms, this rare commemorative plate was given to members of the press who visited the hotel assembly facility. This plate was created in part by United States Steel and Walt Disney World. This plate was given out prior to the opening of Walt Disney World, and measures 6.25””x8.25””. In very good condition with minor wear. $250 - $400

632. WALT DISNEY WORLD GRAND OPENING COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION IN LUCITE BLOCK. (Walt Disney World, 1971) A beautiful medallion featuring Mickey Mouse on the front and imagery of Walt Disney World on the back, created to commemorate the Grand Opening of Walt Disney World. This piece was a VIP gift at the opening of Walt Disney World, and each medallion is individually numbered. This piece is numbered 2386 and is displayed in a lucite block. Measures 4”x4”x1”. In very good condition with light scuffs to the lucite. $250 - $350


633. WEDGEWOOD COLLECTOR PLATE FEATURING SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE. (Disneyland, 1978) A beautiful Wedgewood limited edition plate featuring relief artwork of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle within a highly decorative boarder. This plate is a first edition of 5000, and was a early Disneyland exclusive. Measures 6.5” in diamter. Comes in its original box and with its original information card. In good condition with very little wear. Walt Disney Productions price sticker is adheered to the bottom of the plate. Box has mild wear. $100 - $200

635. WEDGEWOOD COLLECTOR PLATE FEATURING CINDERELLA’S CASTLE. (Walt Disney World, 1976) A beautiful Wedgewood limited edition plate featuring relief artwork of Cinderella’s Castle within a highly decorative boarder. This plate is a first edition of 2000, and was an early Walt Disney World exclusive. Measures 6.5” in diameter. Comes with original box and information card. In good condition with very little wear. Has some feint orange staining to the front surface. Box has mild wear. $100 - $200

634. SET OF (3) WEDGEWOOD LIMITED EDITION PLATES. (Disneyland, 1978) This beautiful set of limited edition Wedgewood souvenir plates were delicately created in England for Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Each plate was limited to a production of 5000, and these three plates are from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions of this set. Intricately crafted in white relief over the blue plates, these make for a beautiful collection. Two of the plates have velcro tabs on the bottom to help display them without causing wear to the bottom rims. Plates measure 6.5” in diamter. In good condition, with some minimal wear to the bottom of the plates. $200 - $400

636. “A DAY AT DISNEYLAND” ORIGINAL COLOR SEPARATIONS FOR BOX COVER. (Disneyland, 1977) Original (4) piece printer’s color separtions for the box cover artwork for “A Day at Disneyland” home movies. Artwork measures 8”x9” and is in very good condition. $100 - $200

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638. SPACE MOUNTAIN OPENING DAY PRESENTATION PIECE. (Disneyland, 1977) Rare Space Mountain dedication presentation plaque commemorating the 18 year reunion of the Mercury astronauts. Measures 13.5”x6.25” with metal endplate and plaster relief of Space Mountain. In very good condition with minor wear. $400 - $600

637. SPACE MOUNTAIN OPENING DAY PRESS GIFT. (Disneyland, 1977) Unusual 9”x12” presentation plaque given to members of the press on the opening day of the Space Mountain attraction. Constructed of wood and metal with a plaster relief of Space Mountain on the front. In good condition with some light chipping to plaster. $200 - $400

639. SPACE MOUNTAIN OPENING BUMPER STICKER. (Disneyland, 1977) Promotional souvenir bumper sticker from the opening of Space Mountain at Disneyland. Measuring 3.75”x14”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

640. SPACE MOUNTAIN OPENING DAY PRESS BAG. (Disneyland, 1977) An opening day exclusive for members of the press, this bag features the logo for DASA, and reads “Disneyland-Space Mountain 1977” on both the front and back sides. Created in a crisp blue and white color scheme, this bag is a stylish item for the space traveler in everyone. Measures 13”x10.5”x4”. Fully functional with zipper in excellent condition. Light amount of wear and tarnish to the piece, but in overall good condition. $100 - $200

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641. COLIN CAMPBELL 1975 DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR MAP. (Disneyland, 1975) Large poster-size park map from 1975. This version designed by Colin Campbell features the America on Parade attraction, and the renamed “McDonnell-Douglas Mission to Mars”. Measures 29”x44”. In good condition with visible creases from folding, tears in the corner and light staining. $100 - $200


642. GUNTER KERZEN SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE CARVED CANDLE AND DISPLAY CASE. (Disneyland, 1980s) A vintage carved and hand painted Gunter Kerzen candle created in West Germany featuring Sleeping Beauty’s Castle and the Matterhorn. Comes with a wooden display base and glass dome for safe displaying of the candle. Candle measures 7” tall and 4” in diamter. Display stand measures 9” tall and 6.5” in diameter. In very good condition, with some minimal wear to the candle. Still has original manufactory stickers on base of candle. $200 - $400

644. OVERSIZED DISNEYLAND CERTIFICATE, FESTIVAL JAPAN 1979. (Walt Disney Production, 1979) This oversized certificate features beautiful imagery of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle among branches of a cherry blossom tree, giving a distinct Japanese feeling to the iconic Disney park imagery. This certificate was presented on April 1, 1979, by Card Walker, president of Walt Disney Productions, and Dennis Despie, director of Entertainment - Disneyland. This certificate was likely given to high-level executives who aided in the process that led to the signing of construction plans for Disneyland in Tokyo that occured in that very same month. This is an elegant and very rare item. Measures 20”x15”. In very good condition with minimal edge and corner wear. $100 - $200

646. WALT DISNEY WORLD SOUVENIR PAPERWEIGHT. (Walt Disney World, 1970s) A Walt Disney World souvenir paperweight featuring the original Walt Disney World logo on the surface below imagery of the park. Measures 2.5”x2.5”x0.75”. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $50 - $100

643. LUCITE PAPERWEIGHT FEATURING PROTOTYPE DESIGNS FOR CONTEMPORARY RESORT AND POLYNESIAN TIKI. (Walt Disney World, 1971) A one-of-a-kind Lucite paperweight featuring prototype designs for Disneyland’s Contemporary Resort and Polynesian Village Resort. This unproduced prototype has finish variations of the charms within the paperweight. Measures 2.5”x2.5”x2.5”. In great condition. $50 - $100

645. WALT DISNEY WORLD 10TH ANNIVERSARY FELT PENNANT. (Walt Disney World, 1981) A 10th Anniversary blue felt pennant from Walt Disney World. This pennant features castle imagery with the Walt Disney World logo in large white text. Measures 11”x29”. In good condition, with some discoloration and several tiny stains along felt edge. $50 - $100

647. DISNEYLAND ARCADE RETIREMENT GIFT. (Disneyland, 1980s) Unique retirement gift given by the arcade department to a fellow cast-member. The beautifully framed gift includes a collection of (12) pressed pennies from the Disneyland Penny Arcade. Measures 16”x13”. Very good condition. $100 - $200

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648. MATTERHORN BOBSLED BOOKENDS. (Disneyland 1980s) Unusual set of Matterhorn Bookeneds, created by cast-member Dave Hauenstein in the engineering department at the park. $50 - $100

649. DISNEYLAND 25TH ANNIVERSARY FELT PENNANT. (Disneyland, 1980) A Disneyland 25th Anniversary felt pennant featuring Mickey Mouse and the text “25 Disneyland” in a large font. Measures 11.5”x28.5”. In good condition with some mild discoloration on reverse side. $50 - $100

650. EPCOT CENTER 1982 FELT PENNANT (ORANGE). (EPCOT, 1982) An orange EPCOT Center felt pennant featuring imagery of the characters Figment and Dreamfinder next to the blue EPCOT logo. Measures 11.25”x29.5”. In good condition with some discoloration. Tip of pennant has a feint bent-mark. $50 - $100

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651. MAIN STREET ELECTRICAL PARADE SOUVENIR PHOTO BOOK. (Disneyland, 1981) This souvenir photo book contains 12 full-color photos of the Main Street Electrical Parade. The photos were printed on authentic Kodak photo paper, and are contained in the original plastic photo-book. The book is still adorned with the “Walt Disney Productions” price sticker on the back cover. Measures 4”x6”. In very good condition. $50 - $100


652. EPCOT CENTER FUTURE WORLD 1982 FELT PENNANT. (EPCOT, 1982) A light blue felt pennant for Future World at the EPCOT Center in 1982. The tagline reads, “Travel the Corridors of Time and Discover the Future”. Measures 11.25”x29.5”. In good condition with some edge-wear. $50 - $100

653. EPCOT CENTER WORLD SHOWCASE 1982 FELT PENNANT. (EPCOT, 1982) A yellow felt pennant for the World Showcase at the EPCOT Center. The tagline reads, ”Travel the Countries of the World and Discover the Family of Man.” Measures 11”x29”. In good condition with some minimal staining and wear. $50 - $100

654. OVERSIZED DISNEYLAND CERTIFICATE, OLYMPICS. (Walt Disney Production, 1984) This oversized certificate features Goofy running with the Olympic Torch. The certificate, featuring patriotic red, white, and blue imagery with a prominent American flag in the background, was likely given to high level executives who had a part in assisting Disneyland’s Olympic Spirit weekends, in which the park hosted hundreds of athletes. Presented by Dennis Despie, Vice President of Entertainment at Walt Disney Productions, and Robert McTyre, Director of Entertainment at Disneyland. Measures 18”x12”. In very good condition with some edge wear and discoloration. $50 - $100

655. DISNEYLAND HONORARY CITIZEN CERTIFICATE. (Disneyland, 1986) A beautiful and large unused certificate given to special recipients at the park in 1986, this document bestowed the title of “Honorary Citizen of Disneyland” to its receiver. Features 9 classic Disney characters before Sleeping Beauty’s Castle on this charming brown decorative sheet. Measures 14.75”x11”. In excellent condition with a minor spot of wear on the blank back side. $50 - $100

656. WDW COCO-COLA PIN SET 1985 IN ORIGINAL BOX. (Walt Disney World, 1985) An original framed set of “Coca-Cola Celebrates Walt Disney World” collectible pins from 1985, celebrating the 15th anniversary of Walt Disney World. This grand, elegant set comes ready to be displayed, and even comes in its original box. There are 60 pins in total, ranging in characters from Snow White, Pinocchio, Mr. Toad, Dumbo, Bear Country, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan, among others like Mickey and Donald. Measures 22.5”x26” in frame, and 24.75”x28.75”x2.75 in the original box. In excellent condition, with a small 2” feint mark on the glass in the bottom right corner. $200 - $400

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657. THE OFFICIAL ALBUM OF DISNEYLAND - WALT DISNEY WORLD. (Walt Disney Productions, 1988) This album features a fun image of Mickey and Donald on the cover, and contains some of the most popular songs from the parks. These include songs from Main Street, Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain, Star Tours, and more. Album cover is in good condition. Vinyl is in very good condition. $50 - $100

658. MARIE OSMOND HAUNTED MANSION DOLL IN CUSTOM DISPLAY. Limited edition Marie Osmond doll in custom, lighted shadowbox “coffin”. Doll is featured in a Haunted Mansion costume with a pin lanyard. Entire presentation measures 24”x15”. In fine condition. $500 - $700

659. CUSTOM OVAL FRAME SET OF (12) PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN PINS. (Disneyland, 1990s) Exclusive limited edition made for the Imagineering division at Disneyland. The custom oval frame houses a set of (12) Pirates of the Caribbean pins with Marc Davis facsimile signature on brass. Each pin measures 2.5”x3”. The overall frame size is 27”x21”. $800 - $1,000

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660. LIMITED EDITION CLOCK CLEANER’S CLOCK. (Walt Disney Productions, 1993) A beautifully crafted limited edition clock depicting a scene from the 1937 animated short, Clock Cleaners. This clock was created by Walt Disney Company of Japan and is numbered 457/1000. Measures 3”x9”x5.5” and is in good condition with minor wear. Clock needs new battery. Comes in original box. $200 - $300

662. 40TH ANNIVERSARY SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE COOKIE JAR. (Disneyland, 1995) Limited edition Sleeping Beauty Castle cookie jar maufactured by the Nestle food company and only available through a special 40th anniversary mail-in promotion. The ceramic jar is approximately 11” high and in fine condition with original box. $50 - $100

664. DISNEYLAND: THE NICKEL TOUR SLIPCASED EDITION SIGNED. (1998) Special limited slipcase first edition of Bruce Gordon and Dave Mumford’s “Disneyland: The Nickle Tour”. Considered a must-have book for any fan or collector of Disneyland, this slipped case version was available in an edition of only 500 copies and has long been sold out. Numbered #420 of 500, Camphor Press, 368 pages, in fine condition. Signed by both Gordon and Mumford.. $1,500 - $2,000

661. LIMITED EDITION STEAMBOAT WILLIE FOUNTAIN PEN. (Walt Disney Productions, 1993) A charming limited edition Steamboat Willie Fountain Pen given as a gift from Walt Disney Enterprises of Japan. This fountain pen features embossed imagery of Steamboat Willie and comes in a 4”x8.25”x1.75” elegant display box. This piece comes with the original mailing envelope and note that accompanied the gift pen from Walt Disney Enterprises of Japan. In very good condition. $200 - $300

663. 40 YEARS OF ADVENTURE CARD SET IN BINDER. (Walt Disney Productions, 1995) This complete set of (40) cards were created by Skybox and Walt Disney Company to celebrate the “40 Years of Adventure” leading up to the opening of the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction. These cards are displayed in a binder, paired adjacent to articles and photos from the 1995 “Disneyland Line” cast magazine. An informative and comprehensive collection of these cards that even includes the highly sought after, gold-foil Indiana Jones card. All cards are individually numbered on the backs. Binder measures 11.5”x10”x1.75”, cards measure 3.5”x2.5”. In good condition, with minimal wear. $100 - $200

665. IMAGINEERINGLAND FELT PENNANT. (WED, 1997) A felt pennant for “Walt Disney Imagineeringland” with the tagline, “the busiest place on earth”. This retro-style banner was a souvenir from an Imagineering open house in 1997. Measures 8”x17.5”. In very good condition, with some yellow discoloration to the reverse side. $50 - $199

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666. LOT OF (6) THIRTIETH ANNIVERSERY OF THE HAUNTED MANSION LENTICULAR CARDS. (Disneyland, 1999) This beautful set of (6) lenticular cards feature spooky morphing imagery, similar to what park-goers would see in the Haunted Mansion attraction. This set of cards come in their original displayable packages and covers with a decorative gold border. This group of cards includes the original series of 5, plus an additional commemorative card without it’s cover. Cards measure 5”x3.75”. In good condition with minimal wear. $300 - $500

667. NEW TOMORROWLAND COMMEMORATIVE PASSPORTS. (Disneyland, 1998) Limited edition of (3) die-cut Disneyland passports created to commemorate the grand re-opening of Tommorowland in 1998. Produced in a limited edition of 1,000 pieces. The set includes a certificate of authenticity signed by 3 Disneyland Imagineers. Numbered 0445 of 1000. Each passport measures approximately 5”x9.5”. $150 - $250

669. CAST-MEMBER GOLD AND SILVER ACCESSORY SET. (Disneyland, 2000s) A cast-member only set of two money clips, two tie clips, and one charm, all featuring ”Security Mickey”, which would have been available to cast-members working in park security. One tie clip, one charm, and one money clip come in a gold finish, with the others in silver. Measures 2.5”x6”x1”. In very good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

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668. LOT OF (4) PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN LENTICULAR CARDS. (Disneyland, 1999) This beautiful set of (4) lenticular cards feature moving imagery of what park-goers would see in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. This set of cards come in their original displayable packages and covers with a decorative gold boarder. Cards measure 5”x3.75”. In good condition with minimal wear. $200 - $400

670. DISNEYLAND SOUVENIR CASTING AGENCY FRAMED PIN SET. (Disneyland, 2005) Custom framed presentation featuring a Disneyland casting agency pin, holographic card and cast-member card. Excellent condition. Overall framed size 19”x17”. $100 - $200


671. DISNEYLAND POP-UP MAP 35th ANNIVERSARY. (Walt Disney World, 2006) A souvenir pop-up map of Walt Disney World celebrating the Magic Kingdom’s 35th anniversary. Cover features Cinderella’s Castle and Mickey Mouse. Map is still in its original wrapping, with Walt Disney Company sticker on back. Measures 18”x8.25”. In very good condition with very minimal wear. $50 - $100

672. SWEET EMMA AT DISNEYLAND LP. (Disneyland, 1964) Rare longplaying album featuring jazz legend Sweet Emma Barrett’s performance at the 1964 Dixieland at Disneyland concert. In very good condition with some wear to sleeve. $100 - $200

673. SIGNED FIREHOUSE FIVE PLUS TWO “CRASHES AT A PARTY!” LP. (Disneyland, 1960) A rare Firehouse Five Plus Two album signed by (6) bandmembers including Ward Kimball, George Probert, Danny Alguire, and more. In good condition, with wear to album cover and smearing of signatures. $200 - $400

674. SIGNED FIREHOUSE FIVE PLUS TWO AT DISNEYLAND LP. (Disneyland, 1962) A rare Firehouse Five Plus Two album signed by Ward Kimball. This record was recorded live at the Golden Horseshoe Review at Disneyland, and provides a welcoming environment in which you can hear the band as they were during a real performance. Album cover is in good condition with some wear. Vinyl is in excellent condition. $200 - $400

675. MOONLIGHT TIME IN OLD HAWAII LP. (Disneyland, 1960s) This album features The Hawaiian Strings conducted by George Bruns who earned three Oscar nominations for Babes in Toyland, Sleeping Beauty, and Sword in the Stone, and whose music is heard throughout Disneyland. Album cover is in good condition with some wear. Front of cover has sticker that reads, “promotional copy not for sale”. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

676. AFRICAN SAFARI THE ACTIVITY AND EXCITEMENT OF AN ACTUAL BIG GAME HUNT! LP. (Disneyland, 1960s) A very rare album by Edmund De Luca, the music on this album is what could have been heard around Adventureland in Disneyland during the early days of the park. Album cover is in good condition with some small spots of staining along the back and minimal wear to the spine. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

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677. GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN LP. (Disneyland, 1964) A rare record featuring the famous speeches of Mr. Lincoln, spoken by Royal Dano, the voice behind Abraham Lincoln in the “Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln” attraction. 11-page book of full color illustrated scenes from Lincoln’s life accompany the record. Album cover is in good condition with some edge-wear and small portions of separation along aspects of the edges. Vinyl is in great condition. $100 - $200

679. 1965 NEW YEAR’S EVE AT DISNEYLAND LP BY PEPSI COLA. (Disneyland, 1965) Contains “one-half hour of musical fun and excitement” that would remind the listener of the New Year’s extravaganzas at the park. Album cover is in great condition, with minor wear. Vinyl is in great condition, with minimal surface scuffing, and a faded pencil mark on the label of side 1. $100 - $200

681. WALT DISNEY’S THE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM AND JUNGLE CRUISE LP. (Disneyland, 1968) This Walt Disney’s The Enchanted Tiki Room and The Adventurous Jungle Cruise record is a rare recording of the music you would hear in the two attractions. Record comes with an 11 page illustrated booklet with photos from the attractions. Measures 12.4”x12.5”. In good condition, with some wear to the cover, including binding. Interior book pages have separated from the cover, but this piece still retains all of the pages. A very rare and visually appealing piece. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

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678. WALT DISNEY PRESENTS IT’S A SMALL WORLD LP. (Disneyland, 1964) This album features an (11) page full-color photo and story guide that takes the reader on an adventure through the It’s a Small World attraction, in addition to the record itself. With this book and record, you can both see and hear your way through the well-loved attraction. Album cover is in good condition with minimal wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

680. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN SOUND TRACK LP. (Disneyland, 1968) A beautiful full-color photo book and record set featuring a story and songs from Pirates of the Caribbean. Signed cover by Thurl Ravenscroft. Musical performances by Xavier Atencio-George Bruns, Norman Luboff-Carmen Dragon, and Thurl Ravenscroft. This 11-page book and vinyl record set is a charming early Disneyland artifact. In great condition, with minimal wear to the record cover. Vinyl is in great condition. $100 - $200

682. THE DISNEYLAND BAND LP. (Disneyland, 1969) This album offers 22 stirring selections by the Magic Kingdom Band. These songs are classics which are well-remembered as songs that park goers could hear during their visits in the late 60’s to early 70’s. Album cover is in good condition with minimal wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200


683. WALT DISNEY WORLD’S COUNTRY BEAR JAMBOREE LP. (Walt Disney World, 1972) A full-color illustrated book and record featuring songs and imagery from Walt Disney World’s Country Bear Jamboree. Album cover is in good condition with minimal wear. The original owner’s name is written in blue pen along first page. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

685. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL LP. (Disneyland, 1964) This album features the songs that make America great. A full-collection of 10 songs that could be heard in Frontierland in the earlier days of the park just scream patriotism. Proudly printed in the USA, and decorated with bold imagery of America. Album cover is in good condition with minimal wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

687. A MUSICAL SOUVENIR OF “AMERICA ON PARADE” LP. (Walt Disney Productions, 1975) A charming album featuring songs such as “Yankee Doodle, I’ve been Working on the Railroad, and Animal Crackers in my Soup. A nice souvenir that brings you into the music of America during the 1970s. Comes in a simple white album cover with minimal wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

684. WALT DISNEY WORLD THE HALL OF PRESIDENTS LP. (Walt Disney World, 1972) This album features an 11 page full-color photo and story guide that lets the reader experience the excitement of The Hall of Presidents in the comfort of their own home. With this book and record, you can both see and hear your way through the well-loved attraction. Album cover is in good condition with some edge wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

686. WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS AMERICA SINGS LP. (Disneyland, 1974) This album features the original soundtrack to the America Sings attraction at Disneyland in the 1970’s. The record comes with an 11 page full-color illustrated guide of the attraction. A beautiful set. Album cover is in good condition. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

688. A MUSICAL SOUVENIR OF “AMERICA ON PARADE” LP. (Disneyland, 1975) A rare picture album with imagery of “America on Parade” on both sides of the vinyl, this album features songs from Disneyland and Walt Disney World’s pageant. Cover is in good condition with little wear. Vinyl is in very good condition. $100 - $200

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689. COLLECTION OF EARLY DISNEYLAND MATCHBOOK COVERS. (Disneyland 1950s) Collection of (4) early matchbook covers including Swift’s Red Wagon Inn/Plantation House, Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen, Casa De Fritos, and Swift’s Red Wagon Inn/Chicken Plantation. In good used condition overall. $50 - $100

691. DISNEYLAND HOTEL COFFEE HOUSE CHILD’S MENU. (Disneyland,1968) Die-cut Mickey Mouse mask child’s menu from the Disneyland Hotel Coffee House, circa 1968. Measures 10.5”x13”. In good condition with light wear throughout. $100 - $200

693. SWIFT’S RED WAGON INN MENU (RED). (Disneyland, 1957) A rare red version of the restaurant menu for the Red Wagon Inn at Disneyland. As the only restaurant in Disneyland at the time that served full-course dinners, the Red Wagon Inn quickly became a favorite of both Walt Disney and guests alike. Measures 18.5”x12.25” when opened, and 9.6”x12.25” when closed. In good condition, with mild edge-wear and a vertical fold-crease down the middle. “Sept 9, 1957” is written in pen on the inside top left-corner. $100 - $200

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690. RARE DISNEYLAND HOTEL GOURMET BEVERLY MENU. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare Gourmet Beverly Restaurant menu from the Disneyland Hotel. The menu is dated “Tues., July 17, 1956”, the one year anniversary of Disneyland. Features pennant imagery in green on the front, with the menu options in green and pink on the back. Measures 15”x10.5”. In good condition with a horizontal fold mark down the middle. Some mild edge wear, including two small corner tears. Some pencil marks and notes throughout. $200 - $400

692. DISNEYLAND TOMORROWLAND DAIRY BAR RECIPE FLYER. (Disneyland, 1956) Extremely rare tri-fold recipe flyer from the Dairy Bar in Tomorrowland. Sponsored by the American Dairy Association, the exhibit was housed in Tomorrowland from 1956 to 1958. The flyer measures 9”x5” unfolded and is in very good condition with light wear at the folds. $100 - $200

694. HILLS BROS COFFEE HOUSE MENU. (Disneyland, 1960s) A beautiful menu from the Hills Bros Coffee House with a stylized version of the restaurant on the front cover, with a large park map on the back. Measures 10”x8” closed and 10”x16” opened. In good condition with minimal edge and corner wear from its use. $100 - $200


695. TAHITIAN TERRACE LUNCHEON MENU. (Disneyland, 1960s) The Tahitian Terrace was a staple in Disneyland for over 30 years. This tri-fold 10”x10” luncheon menu is from the 1960s, although the graphics were used into the 1970s. It features Polynesian inspired food mixed with standard fare of the time. Menu measures 10”x17” unfolded. In good condition, with heavy creasing on left side and considerable wear from use. $400 - $600

696. TAHITIAN TERRACE DINNER MENU. (Disneyland, 1960s) The Tahitian Terrace was a staple in Disneyland for over 30 years. This tri-fold 10”x10” dinner menu is from the 1960s, although the graphics were used into the 1970s. It features Polynesian inspired food mixed with standard fare of the time. Menu measures 10”x17” unfolded. In good condition, with wear and discoloration from use. $400 - $600

697. SOUVENIR TAHITIAN TERRACE LUNCHEON MENU, 1960S. (Disneyland, 1960’s) A charming souvenir luncheon menu from the Tahitian Terrace at Disneyland. Folds out to reveal stylized appealing imagery mixed in with the menu items. Measures 5”x5” folded, and 5”x8.5” unfolded. In good condition with discoloration from age causing a darkness to the paper. Small thumb-tack mark in top of menu. $50 - $100

698. TAHITIAN TERRACE SOUVENIR MENU. (Disneyland, 1969) Rare souvenir “mini” menu from the popular Tahitian Terrace. Opened in 1962, the restaurant was a mainstay in Adventureland for 30 years. This souvenir menu from 1969 features fantastic stylized artwork, and a look at some of the exotic “themed” names created for familiar fare. The tri-fold menu measures 8.5”x5” unfolded and is in good condition with wear to the folds and light staining. $150 - $250

699. TAHITIAN TERRACE LUNCHEON MENU. (Disneyland, 1986) An attractive lunch menu from the Tahitian Terrace. Bi-fold menu measures 8.5”x11” closed and features tiki style graphics. In good condition with slight wear from use. $100 - $200

700. TAHITIAN TERRACE DINNER MENU. Disneyland, 1986) An attractive dinner menu from the Tahitian Terrace. Bi-fold menu measures 8.5”x11” closed and features tiki style graphics. In good condition with slight wear from use. $100 - $200

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701. AUNT JEMIMA’S KITCHEN DISH SET OF (9). (Disneyland, 1960s) This early Disneyland dish set was used in Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen, and each piece features the iconic “Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen” logo on its surface. There are (9) pieces total in this set, including a cereal bowl, a large and small plate, a large and small bowl, coffee cup with saucer, and the very rare grits bowl and matching saucer. These pieces are in good condition, with some wear from their use at the park, and a few small chips in the ceramic on some pieces. Cereal bowl has a small hairline crack. $500 - $700

702. AUNT JEMIMA’S KITCHEN PROMOTIONAL LIGHTER. (Disneyland, 1969) A very rare Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen promotional lighter made by Penguin. This piece is inscribed “High Quality Superlative Lighter No.18250” and was made in Japan. Measures 1.75”x2” and comes in its original box. In very good condition. $100 - $200

703. PHOTO GIVEN TO MANAGER IN CHARGE OF AUNT JEMIMA KITCHEN. (Disneyland, 1972) Vintage photo given to the manager of Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen upon the closing of the restaurant in 1972. Measures 8”x10”. In very good condition. $100 - $200

704. AUNT JEMIMA’S KITCHEN SOUVENIR MENU. (Disneyland, 1962) A Souvenir menu from Aunt Jemima’s Kitchen in Disneyland. Features a great illustration of Aunt Jemima flipping pancakes on the front cover, with the story of Aunt Jemima’s on the interior along with the meal options. Measures 9”x6” folded, and 9”x12” unfolded. In very good condition. $100 - $200

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705. SWIFT’S RED WAGON INN MENU (GREEN). (Disneyland, 1961) A rare green version of the restaurant menu for the Red Wagon Inn at Disneyland. As the only restaurant in Disneyland at the time that served full-course dinners, the Red Wagon Inn quickly became a favorite of both Walt Disney and guests alike. Measures 18.25”x12.25” when opened, and 9.6”x12.25” when closed. In good condition, with mild edge-wear. $100 - $200

706. CREOLE CAFÉ MENU (GLOSS FINISH). (Disneyland, 1968) A charming gloss-finished menu from The Creole Cafe in New Orleans Square at Disneyland. This charming menu measures 14”x6.85” closed, and 14”x13.75” opened. In good condition with light edge and corner wear. $100 - $200

707. CREOLE CAFÉ MENU (MAT FINISH). (Disneyland, 1966) A charming mat-finished menu from The Creole Cafe in New Orleans Square at Disneyland. This charming menu measures 14”x6.85” closed, and 14”x13.75” opened. In good condition with light edge and corner wear. Feint stains throughout. $100 - $200

708. CAFÉ ORLEANS MENU. (Disneyland, 1970s) An elegant menu with charming cut, from Café Orléans in New Orleans Square. Measures 14””x6.9”” when closed and 14””x13.75”” when open. In very good condition with light wear. $100 - $200

709. CAFÉ ORLEANS MENU. (Disneyland, 1983) Nice menu from the popular New Orleans Square restaurant, Cafe Orleans. The 6.75”x14”. fold-out menu shows some wear and light staining. $75 - $150

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710. RED WAGON INN MARKET HOUSE AND PLANTATION HOUSE FOOD SERVICE TRAY. (Disneyland, 1960s) This rare early yellow larger-version of the Disneyland food service tray features the Disneyland park map which highlights the locations of the Plantation House, Red Wagon Inn, and Swift’s Market House. This tray was used at all three of these locations in Disneyland. Measures 15”x20.5”x1”. In good condition, with moderate wear, discoloration, and scuffing from its use at the park. $200 - $400

711. NEW ORLEANS SQUARE FOOD SERVICE TRAY. (Disneyland, 1970’s) This Disneyland stylish green food service tray features the text “New Orleans Square” surrounded by a blue and gold border. This tray was used at both Café Orleans and the French Market in the 1970’s. Measures 14”x18”x1”. In good condition, with minimal wear, discoloration, and scuffing from its use at the park. $100 - $200

712. PLAZA TERRACE TIP TRAY. (Disneyland, 1970s) A tip tray from the Plaza Terrace restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

713. TOWN SQUARE CAFE TIP TRAY. (Disneyland, 1970s) A tip tray from the Town Square Cafe restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Copyright reads, “Walt Disney Productions”. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

714. AMERICAN EGG HOUSE TIP TRAY. (Disneyland,1978) A tip tray from the American Egg House restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

715. CASA MEXICANA FOOD SERVICE TRAY. (Disneyland, 1982) This red slightly larger-version of the Disneyland food service tray features the text “Casa Mexicana” surrounded by a red and yellow border. This tray was used at Casa Mexicana in Disneyland, which replaced the legendary “Casa De Fritos” in 1982. Measures 15”x20.5”x1”. In good condition, with minimal wear, discoloration, and scuffing from its use at the park. $100 - $200

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716. PLAZA PAVILION FOOD SERVICE TRAY. (Disneyland, 1980s) This yellow larger-version of the Disneyland food service tray features a decorative brown border with gold specks. This tray was used at the Plaza Pavilion in Disneyland. Measures 15”x20.5”x1”. In good condition, with minimal wear, discoloration, and scuffing from its use at the park. $100 - $200

717. PLAZA INN FEATURING COLUMBIAN COFFEE FOOD SERVICE TRAY. (Disneyland, 1990) This green slightly larger-version of the Disneyland food service tray features the text “Plaza Inn Hosted By Colombian Coffee Growers” surrounded by a maroon border. This tray was used at the Plaza Inn in Disneyland and advertized for “100% Colombian Coffee”. Measures 15”x20.5”x1”. In good condition, with minimal wear, discoloration, and scuffing from its use at the park. $100 - $200

718. TOWN SQUARE CAFE TIP TRAY. (Disneyland, 1980s) A tip tray from the Town Square Cafe restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Copyright reads, “The Walt Disney Company”. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

719. BLUE BAYOU TIP TRAY. (Disneyland, 1970s) A tip tray from the Blue Bayou restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

720. CAFÉ ORLEANS TIP TRAY WITH WAX CUP. (Disneyland, 1970s) A tip tray from the Café Orleans restaurant at Disneyland paired with a small wax cup from the same restaurant. These stylish early park artifacts feature the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and are the perfect size for display. Tray measures 5”x7”. Cup measures 4” high and is in good condition with minor wear from use at the park. Cup is very fragile from its age, and is in good condition. Truly rare that this delicate cup has survived this many years. $100 - $200

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Collecting Disneyland 721. CLUB 33 ORIGINAL 1967 CHECK HOLDER. (Disneyland, 1967-68) An original check-holder from Club 33. This elegant early park artifact features a golden Club 33 logo on the front. Holder measures 9.5”x5” and is in very good condition with minimal wear from its use. $100 - $200

722. CLUB 33 MENU. (Disneyland, 1979) A very rare menu from Club 33 in Disneyland. This 2 page menu is held within an elegant black cover with the Club 33 logo on the front. Back cover features a smaller Club 33 logo with address. Menu contains items such as Grenadine de Boeuf Dijon and Les Noisettes d’Agneau Madagascar. Measures 12”x9.5”. In good condition with some edge and surface wear. Interior pages have some mild patches of discoloration. $200 - $400

724. CLUB 33 MEMBERSHIP CARD. (Disneyland, 1980s) An extremely rare Club 33 Membership card. This early-issued card is silver with blue lettering and features the Club 33 logo on the front. This card was issued to “Mr H L Johnson” and has been signed by Mr. H L Johnson along the reverse side. Measures 2”x3.25”. In very good condition with mild wear from its use. $100 - $200

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723. CLUB 33 CAST-MEMBER UNIFORM. (Disneyland, 2000s) A very rare and elegant men’s Club 33 cast-member uniform. This 3-piece uniform set includes vest, bowtie, and cumberbun. The fabric used to make this garmet is a teal fabric with gold accents and repeating “33” within the pattern. Size is a men’s 2XL. In very good condition with minor wear from its use at the park. $300 - $500

725. CLUB 33 CAST MEMBER PATCH. (Disneyland, 1980s) Cloth embroidered sleeve patch worn by cast-members at Club 33. Measures 3.5”x2.5”. In very good condition. $100 - $200


726. BLUE BAYOU SOUVENIR MENU (BLUE). (Disneyland 1980s) A charming takeaway from the park, this souvenir menu was a replica of the blue version of the Blue Bayou restaurant menu. These miniature menus were created for guests to take home, further promoting the restaurant. Measures 6.25”x4.5” closed, and 6.25”x9” opened. In good condition with some edge-wear. $100 - $200 727. BLUE BAYOU CUP AND SAUCER. (Disneyland, 1980s) Beautiful cup and matching saucer from the Blue Bayou restaurant in New Orleans Square. Saucer measures 5.5” in diameter. In fine condition with only light wear. $100 $200

728. BLUE BAYOU MENU. (Disneyland, 1980s) An original early 1980’s menu from the Blue Bayou, featuring the restaurant logo on the front in gold lettering over a cobalt blue cover. Measures 12”x9.5” closed, and 12”x19” opened. In good condition, with a waviness to the inside sheets likely caused by the humidity of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. Minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

730. BLUE BAYOU SOUVENIR MENU. (Disneyland, 1960s) A charming takeaway from the park, this souvenir menu was a replica of an early green version of the Blue Bayou restaurant menu. These miniature menus were created for guests to take home, further promoting the restaurant. Measures 6.5”x4.5” closed, and 6.5”x9” opened. In good condition with some edge-wear. $100 - $200

729. BLUE BAYOU MENU. (Disneyland, 1980s) An original late 1980’s menu from the Blue Bayou, featuring the restaurant logo on the front in gold lettering over a jade green cover. Measures 12”x9.5” closed, and 12”x19” opened. In good condition, with a waviness to the inside sheets likely caused by the humidity of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. Minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

731. BLUE BAYOU LARGE PLATE. (Disneyland, 1980s) Beautiful large dinner from the Blue Bayou restaurant in New Orleans Square. Measures 10” in diameter. In fine condition with only light wear. $100 - $200

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732. PLAZA TERRACE MENU. (Disneyland, 1970s) An original fold-over menu from the Plaza Terrace at Disneyland. Features a stylized Plaza Terrace image on the front. Measures 11”x7” closed and 11”x14” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. Some small amounts of discoloration and marks on the back cover. $100 - $200

733. THE AMERICAN EGG HOUSE MENU. (Disneyland, 1970s) An original fold-over menu from The American Egg House at Disneyland. Features The American Egg House and American Egg Board logos on the front, with a description of the “Story of Main Street” written along the inner-left cover. A gold-colored cord keeps the inner menu prices page in place. Measures 10”x8” closed and 10”x16” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. Interior menu pages have some moderate staining. $100 - $200

734. TOWN SQUARE CAFE MENU (BREAKFAST). (Disneyland, 1970s) An original breakfast menu from the Town Square Cafe at Disneyland. Front has the Town Square Cafe logo over a warm orange color. Measures 12.25”x7.5”. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

735. TOWN SQUARE CAFE MENU (BREAKFAST). (Disneyland,1978) An original fold-over menu from the Town Square Cafe at Disneyland. Features the Town Square Cafe logo on the front, with a description of the “Story of Main Street” written along the inner-left cover. This menu does not contain the lists of food items, but is just the outter fold-over menu. Measures 10”x8” closed and 10”x16” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

736. TOWN SQUARE CAFE MENU (BLUE). (Disneyland, 1987) An original blue version of the fold-over menu from the Town Square Cafe at Disneyland. Features the Town Square Cafe logo on the front, with a description of the “Story of Main Street” written along the inner-left cover. This menu does not contain the lists of food items, but is just the outer fold-over menu. Measures 10”x8” closed and 10”x16” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

737. TOWN SQUARE CAFE MENU. (Disneyland, 1980’s) An original green version of the fold-over menu from the Town Square Cafe at Disneyland. Features the Town Square Cafe logo on the front, with a description of the “Story of Main Street” written along the inner-left cover. A gold-colored cord keeps the inner menu prices page in place. Measures 10”x8” closed and 10”x16” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

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739. MONORAIL CAFÉ MENU. (Disneyland, 1990s) A stylish set of two original menus from the Monorail Café. The blue and purple menus feature a large logo for the Monorail Cafe on the front cover. Originally known as the Coffee Shop, the Monorail Cafe’s walls featured artwork and imagery of Walt’s vision for the future of transportation. Measures 11.5”x9.25”. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

738. MONORAIL CAFÉ CHECK HOLDER. (Disneyland, 1990s) An original card holder for the Monorail Café at the Disneyland Hotel. Originally known as the Coffee Shop, the Monorail Cafe’s walls featured artwork and imagery of Walt’s vision for the future of transportation. Holder measures 9.25”x5.25”. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

740. SHIPYARD INN MENU. (Disneyland, 1990s) A nautical themed dining menu from the Shipyard Inn at the Disneyland Hotel. Features the restaurant logo in the center of the stylish map-themed menu. Measures 14.25”x8.75” closed and 14.25”x17.5” opened. In good condition with minumal wear from use. $100 - $200

741. LOST BAR MENU. (Disneyland, 1990s-00s) A tropical-themed menu from the Lost Bar at the Disneyland Hotel. This menu has a decorative brown border adorning the menu with the Lost Bar logo at top. Measures 12”x4.75”. In very good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

742. SET OF (2) DISNEYLAND HOTEL SHIPYARD INN BRANDY SNIFTERS. (Disneyland, 1990) A nice set of (2) brandy snifters from the Disneyland Hotel. These snifters feature imagery of the Shipyard Inn logo in a beautiful gold font. The sides of the snifters showcase different imagery related to the types of aged spirits offered at the Shipyard Inn. Snifters measure 4.5”x6.5”. In very good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

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743. WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT GRAND CANYON COFFEE SHOP FIRST YEAR BREAKFAST MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Rare first year breakfast menu for the Grand Canyon Coffee Shop in the Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World. The simple fold out menu features resort themed graphics and measures 8”x12” folded. In very good condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

744. WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT GRAND CANYON COFFEE SHOP FIRST YEAR LUNCH/DINNER MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Rare first year Lunch/Dinner menu for the Grand Canyon Coffee Shop in the Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World. The simple fold out menu features resort themed graphics and measures 8”x12” folded. In very good condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

745. DISNEY WORLD POLYNESIAN RESORT CORAL ISLE CAFÉ FIRST YEAR BREAKFAST MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Rare first year breakfast menu for the Coral Isle Cafe in the Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World. The tri-fold menu features resort themed graphics and measures 6”x3.25” folded. In very good condition with very little wear. $100 - $200

746. DISNEY WORLD POLYNESIAN RESORT CORAL ISLE CAFÉ FIRST YEAR LUNCH MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Rare first year lunch menu for the Coral Isle Cafe in the Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World. The tri-fold menu features resort themed graphics and measures 6”x13.25” folded. In very good condition with very litle wear. $100 - $200

747. FIRST YEAR POLYNESIAN RESORT ROOM SERVICE MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1971) Nice first year Walt Disney World Polynesian Resort tri-fold room service menu. In very good condition with light wear along the edges. Measures 7.75”x8.5” folded. $50 - $100

748. THE PLAZA RESTAURANT MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1978) Late 1970s menu from the Borden sponsored Plaza Restaurant/Ice Cream Parlor which operated on Main Street from 1971-1981. The tri-fold menu measures 4.5”x8.5” folded and is in very good condition with slight wear. $50 - $100

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749. LIBERTY TREE TAVEN MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1979) Beautiful trifold lunch menu from Walt Disney World’s Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square. Measures 12”x6” folded, the menu unfolds to an impressive 12”x18”. In fine condition with very light wear. $75 - $150

751. CARNATION ICE CREAM PARLOR TIP TRAY. (Disneyland, 1960s) A tip tray from the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor restaurant at Disneyland. This stylish early park artifact features the logo for the restaurant on the surface, and is the perfect size for display or use. Measures 5”x7”. In good condition with minor wear from use at the park. $100 - $200

753. CARNATION ICE CREAM PARLOR MENU (LUNCH AND DINNER). (Disneyland, 1994) An original stylish lunch and dinner menu from the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor at Disneyland. The front of the cover displays the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor logo, and the interior features parlor specialties on the left, and dessert options such as the Star Tours Sundae or an Old Time Rootbeer Float on the right. Measures 14.75”x9.5” closed, and 14.75”x19” opened. In good condition, with minimal wear from use. Cover has discoloration along top half and interior pages have a few small stains. $100 - $200

750. WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT ROOM SERVICE MENU. (Walt Disney World, 1980) Opening in 1971, the Contemporary Resort was the flagship of the Walt Disney World Resort for more than 15 years. This circa 1980 room service menu features the graphics and color schemes featured throughout the resort during this era. The menu has 5 double sided printed pages and measures 6”x12”. In very good condition with light wear. $75 - $150

752. CARNATION ICE CREAM PARLOR PLATE AND BOWL SET. (Disneyland, 1950s-60s) A beautiful decorative dish set from the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor at Disneyland in the late 1950s-early 1960s. This ceramic plate and bowl set of 3, features two elegant painted carnations on each dish, reminiscent of the style and theme of the parlor. Plate measures 9” in diameter, bowl measures 9.25” in diameter, and smallest bowl measures 6.5” in diameter. In very good condition, with minimal wear from use. Dishes have velcro pads affixed to underside to protect the base. $100 - $200

754. CARNATION ICE CREAM PARLOR MENU (BREAKFAST). (Disneyland, 1994) An original stylish breakfast menu from the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor at Disneyland. The front of the cover displays the Carnation Ice Cream Parlor logo, and the interior features breakfast options on the left, and dessert options such as the Matterhorn sundae or a Town Square Ice Cream Soda on the right. Measures 12”x9.25” closed, and 12”x18.5” opened. In good condition with minimal wear from use. $100 - $200

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755. ART CORNER DISNEYLAND MICKEY MOUSE PATCH. (Disneyland, 1950s) A sample patch that reads “the Art Corner Club” and features a charming artsy Mickey Mouse icon. Originally intended to be worn on the costumes of Art Corner cast-members, this stylish patch was ultimately unproduced. Measures 3” in diameter, and is in very good condition. $250 - $350 756. DISNEYLAND ART CORNER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1956) Rare Art Corner catalog titled “A Catalogue of Interesting and Unique items from The Art Corner at Disneyland”. The (8) page catalog, the first from the store, features a light selection of items including original production cels ($1.47 each). Measures 8.5”x5.75” and is in very good condition. $200 - $400

758. SUBMARINE VOYAGE SOUVENIR FUN PHOTO WITH MAILER. (Disneyland, 1962) A feature of Tomorrowland’s “Art Corner” was the “Fun Photo Gallery.” Guests could choose their favorite park-themed plywood scenes to peek out from and have a photo taken. The quick developing Polaroid film would be peeled and mounted in a souvenir mailer. Always a treat to see, the photos have become collectibles in their own right. This particular photo features a Submarine Voyage scene, and is dated August 15th, 1962. The photo and original mailer are in fine condition with very little wear. Overall size is 5”x6.5”. $100 - $200

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759. DISNEYLAND ART CORNER CATALOG. (Disneyland, 1958) Fold-up Art Corner catalog from 1958. Designed to be mailed, this catalog comes with the original envelope as well as a paper insert advertising the new fold-out Disneyland maps. Measures 11”x32” unfolded and is in very good condition. $100 - $200

757. ART CORNER PAPER SHOPPING BAG. (Disneyland, 1958) A very rare 1958 Disneyland shopping bag from the Tomorrowland Art Corner featuring Mickey Mouse at his easel. Measures 8.25”x5.5” and is in good condition with wrinkling from original use. $100 - $200

760. WALT DISNEY HOW TO DRAW GOOFY ART CORNER BOOK. (Disneyland, 1957) Souvenir guide sold at the Disneyland Art Corner with instructions on how to draw “Goofy”. Measures 8.5”x11” and is in good condition. 15 pages. $150 - $200


761. WALT DISNEY HOW TO DRAW MICKEY MOUSE ART CORNER BOOK. (Disneyland, 1957) Souvenir guide sold at the Disneyland Art Corner with instructions on how to draw “Mickey Mouse”. Measures 8.5”x11” and is in good condition. 15 pages. $150 - $200

762. WALT DISNEY HOW TO DRAW CHIP AND DALE ART CORNER BOOK. (Disneyland, 1957) Souvenir guide sold at the Disneyland Art Corner with instructions on how to draw “Chip and Dale”. Measures 8.5”x11” and is in fair condition with broken plastic spiral binding, wear to cover and page edges and corners and marks on the front and back cover. 15 pages. $150 - $200

764. ORIGINAL MOCK-UP AND TYPEWRITTEN COPY FOR WALT DISNEY’S TIPS ON ANIMATION. (Disneyland, 1958) Incredible original mock-up book and hand-edited type-written copy for Walt Disney’s Tips on Animation. Consisting of (17) pages of original artwork laying out the design and flow of the book on 11”x8.5” paper stapled together to resemble the book. Accompanied by a graphite design of mickey running used for the cover, and (16) type written pages of copy for the book with edits, as well as another (9) pages of copy for other “How To Draw” books. All are in good condition with wear to edges and yellowing. An unheard of collection of Disneyland Art Corner original memorbilia. $2,000 - $3,000

765. ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR THE COVER OF “HOW TO DRAW DONALD DUCK”. (Disneyland, 1958) Beautiful graphite and colored pencil artwork for a cover suggestion for the How to Draw Donald Duck Art Corner book. Accomplished on untrimmed 12.5”x15.5” animation paper. In very good condition with light wear and staining. $500 - $1,000

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763. WALT DISNEY’S TIPS ON ANIMATION ART CORNER BOOK. (Disneyland 1959) Souvenir guide sold at the Disneyland Art Corner titled “Walt Disney’s Tips on Animation”. Measures 8.5”x11” and is in good condition. $200 - $400

766. ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR THE HOW TO DRAW BOOK SERIES FROM THE ART CORNER. (Disneyland, 1958) Set of (5) original title artwork drawings for the “How To Draw” series of books sold at the Art Corner in Disneyland. Accomplished in graphite on untrimmed 10.5” x 12.5” animation paper. In very good condition with light wear. $200 - $400

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768. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF GOOFY. (Disney Studios, 1950s) Original production cel of Goofy from a 1950s theatrical short. The cel has been trimmed to 9”x12” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Goofy measures 5”x10” in very good condition. $200 - $400

767. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF LADY FROM “LADY AND THE TRAMP”. (Disney Studio, 1955) Original production cel of Lady from “Lady and the Tramp”. The cel has been trimmed to 9”x12’ and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Lady measures 3.5”x5” in very good condition. $500 - $700 769. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF JIMINY CRICKET. (Disney Studios, 1950s) Original production cel of Jiminy Cricket from a 1950’s Disney Television episode. The cel has been trimmed to 10”x11.5” and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. In very good condition. $200 - $400

770. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF FARIES FROM “SLEEPING BEAUTY”. (Disney Studio, 1955) Original production cel of Flora and Fauna from “Sleeping Beauty”. The cel has been trimmed to 9”x12” and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Total image size of the two characters is 7”x8.5”. In very good condition. $400 - $600

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771. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF MICKEY MOUSE FROM “THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB”. (Disney Studio, 1960s) Original production cel of Mickey Mouse from an episode of “The Mickey Mouse Club”. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The image of Mickey measures 3.5”x3” in very good condition with somelight lifting in paint in ears. $300 - $500

772. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF PUPPIES FROM “101 DALMATIANS”. (Disney Studio, 1961) Original production cel of puppies from “101 Dalmatians”. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The image of the puppies measures 1.25”x7.25” in very good condition. $300 - $500


773. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF PENGUINS FROM “MARY POPPINS”. (Disney Studio, 1964) Original production cel of penguins from “Mary Poppins”. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size is 2.5”x6” in very good condition. $300 - $500

775. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF KING LOUIE FROM “THE JUNGLE BOOK”. (Disney Studio, 1967) Original production cel of King Louie from “The Jungle Book”. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. King Louie measures 6”x7.5” and wants to know the secret to man’s red fire. Lay it on him. In very good condition. $700 - $900

774. 1967 ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF O’MALLEY AND BERLIOZ FROM “THE ARISTOCATS”. (Disney Studio, 1967) Original production cel of an O’Malley and Berlioz from “The Aristocats”. The cel has been trimmed to 10”x12” and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size of the two characters is 5”x7”. In very good condition. $400 - $600

776. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF DONALD DUCK. (Disney Studio, 1960s) Original production cel of Donald Duck from a 1960s production. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size is 5.5”x9” in very good condition. $100 - $200

777. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF LUDWIG VON DRAKE FROM “WALT DISNEY’S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOR”. (Disney Studio, 1960s) Original production cel of Ludwig Von Drake from “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” TV series. The cel has been trimmed to 9”x12’ and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Ludwig Von Drake measures 7”x7”. In very good condition. $200 - $400

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778. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL FROM “THE JUNGLE BOOK”. (Disney Studio, 1967) Original production cel of an elephant from “The Jungle Book”. The cel has been trimmed to 10”x12” and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The elephant measures 7”x9”. In very good condition. $300 - $500

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779. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF DONALD DUCK AND NEPHEW. (Disney Studio, 1960s) Original production cel of Donald Duck and his nephew from a 1960s production. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x10” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size is 4.5”x6.5” in very good condition. $300 - $500

780. SIGNED ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF JIMINY CRICKET AND RANGER WOODLORE. (Disney Studios, 1950s) Original production cels of Ranger Woodlore from a 1950s theatrical short and Jiminy Cricket from a Disney TV production. Many times Art Corner pieces would combine characters from different productions as seen in this example. The cels have been hand-signed by Animator Ward Kimball. The cels are trimmed to 10”x12” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size of the characters is 5”x4.5” in very good condition. $400 - $600

781. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF LUDWIG VON DRAKE FROM “WALT DISNEY’S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOR”. (Disney Studio,1960s) Original production cel of Ludwig Von Drake from “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” TV series. The cel has been trimmed to 7.5”x10” and stapled to a board as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Ludwig Von Drake measures 6”x5.5”. In very good condition. $300 - $500

782. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF CRUELLA DE VIL FROM “101 DALMATIANS”. (Disney Studio, 1961) Original production cel of Cruella de Vil from “101 Dalmatians”. The cel has been trimmed to 10”x12” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The image of the Cruella measures 8”x10.5”. In very good condition. $1,200 - $1,500

783. ORIGINAL PRODUCTON CEL FROM THE WORLD BENEATH US. (Disney Studios, 1955) Original production Cel from Richfield Oil’s “The World beneath Us’” presentation in Disneyland. Originally a piece sold in the Art Corner, the cel is trimmed to 8”x10.5” but no longer has its backing board with Art Corner Label. Image size is 5.5”x8”. $300 - $500

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784. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF LADY FROM “LADY AND THE TRAMP”. (Disney Studio, 1955) Original production cel of Lady and Tramp from “Lady and the Tramp”. The cel has been trimmed to 9”x12” and stapled to a printed background as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. Lady and Tramp measures 4”x7.5” in very good condition. $1,200 - $1,500


785. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL OF DAISY DUCK FROM THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB. (Disney Studio, 1955) Original production cel of Daisy Duck from the opening titles of The Mickey Mouse Club TV show. The cel has been trimmed to 8”x9.5” as prepared for sale at the Art Corner in Disneyland. The Disneyland gold label is on the reverse. The total image size is 4.5”x3.5” in very good condition. $300 - $500

787. ORIGINAL PRINTER PROOF FOR ART CORNER LOGO. (Disneyland 1955) Photographic printing proof for the Art Corner logo, used on bags, postcards and merchandise. Photo measures 14”x11”. In good condition. $300 - $500

786. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CEL FOR ART CORNER FLIP BOOK. (Disneyland, 1950s) Beautiful hand-painted cel of Mickey Mouse used as artwork for a souvenir Art Corner flip book. The artwork was animated by Bill Justice. The untrimmed cel measures 12.5”x16”. Mickey’s image size is 7”x6”. In fine condition. $500 - $700

788. ORIGINAL PRINTER PROOFS FOR ART CORNER TOY. (Disneyland 1955) Photographic printing proof for an Art Corner toy Zoetrope. Photos measure 14”x11”. In good condition. $400 - $600

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789. HERB RYMAN BOXED ART SET. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Beautiful boxed set featuring (5) limited edition prints of Herb Ryman’s concept art for Disneyland. Each print measures 11”x14” and is hand-numbered out of 100 pieces. The beautiful dark wood box is decorated on the top with a brass plate. An impressive collection of artwork from one of Disneyland’s pioneering artists. $500 - $1,000

790. JOHN HENCH SIGNED DISNEYLAND “SNOW WHITE GROTTO”. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) “Snow White Grotto” lithograph signed by Imagineer John Hench and numbered 156/300. Measures 19.5”x31”. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $300 - $500

792. SIGNED HERB RYMAN SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1980s) Beautiful lithograph of Herb Ryman’s concept for Sleeping Beauty’s castle, framed and signed by the artist. In fine condition. 5.5”x7.25”. $300 - $500

791. HERB RYMAN SIGNED SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1980s) Rare Disneyland Disney Gallery Sleeping Beauty Castle lithograph signed by Herb Ryman. The Lithograph is numbered 77/300 and is in good-fair condition with extensive foxing and marks in the sky area. Measures 20.25”x40”. $1,000 - $2,000

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793. THE ART OF DISNEY GALLERY POSTER. (Disney Gallery, 1980s) Beautiful The Art of Disney Gallery poster, featuring the first drawing of Disneyland from 1953 (early plan of Disneyland by Herb Ryman). In very good condition overall. 26”x32”. $200 - $300

794. ED FRENCH “FOUR DISNEY CASTLE” POSTER. (Disney Gallery, 1980s) A beautiful poster featuring artwork by Ed French. Poster contains a facsimile signature. Measures 21”x27”. In excellent condition. $50 - $100

796. SIGNED DAN GEORGE “HOLIDAY FIREWORKS” LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Signed “Holiday Fireworks” lithograph, by Dan George. The lithograph was released in an edition of only 300 pieces. Numbered 123/300, and measuring 35”x24”. Fair condition with extensive foxing that does not affect the image. Minor creasing in top and lower margines. $500 - $900 795. PAIR OF MR. TOAD “BLUEBOY” AND “PINKY” LITHOGRAPHS. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Funny pair of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride lithographs featuring Toad as Blueboy and Pinky. In excellent condition. 13”x10.5”. $300 - $500

797. MR TOAD’S WILD RIDE MURAL LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Mr Toad’s Wild Ride mural lithograph produced in an edition of 150 pieces. Numbered 22/150, and measuring 16”x23”. In very good condition. $300 - $500

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799. SIGNED JOHN DE CUIR HORSESHOE REVUE LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1987) Beautiful signed “Diamond Horseshoe Revue” mural Lithograph by John DeCuir. The Lithograph was released in an edition size of 300 pieces. Measures 48”x30”. In fine condition. $500 - $700

798. SIGNED EYVIND EARLE “THE LONG NIGHT” SERIGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Rare signed serigraph “The Long Night” by Eyvind Earle. This stunning reproduction of an Eyvind Earle concept was produced for Tokyo Disneyland in an edition of 225. Numbered 201/225, and signed at the lower right by Earle. In fine condition. $3,000 - $4,000

801. IMAGINEERS SIGNED PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN LIMITED EDITION PRINT. (Disney Gallery, 2000) Beautiful limited edition print of Marc Davis concept art for Pirates of the Caribbean. The print has been hand-signed by (6) Imagineers including Alice Davis, Xavier Atencio, and Sam McKim. Numbered 258/1000. Measures 19”x36”. Very good condition with a 0.25” crease in the lower right corner. $600 - $800

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800. SIGNED HERB RYMAN “NEW ORLEANS SQUARE, GENERAL VIEW” LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1987) Beautiful signed “New Orleans Square” Lithograph by Imagineer Herb Ryman. The Lithograph was released in an edition size of 300 pieces. Measures 48”x33”. In fine condition. $800 - $1,000

802. ORIGINAL BOOK COVER ARTWORK FOR “MORE MOUSE TALES”. (Disney, 1999) Original Painting used for the cover of “More Mouse Tales”. Accomplished in acrylic and ink on board, Measures 19.5”x14.5”. In fine condition. $500 - $1,000


803. MARC DAVIS SIGNED HAUNTED MANSION STRETCHING PORTRAITS LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1997) Beautiful limited edition lithograph featuring the Marc Davis designed Haunted Mansion stretching portraits. Released in an edition of only 300 pieces, this particular piece has been hand-signed by legendary Animator and Imagineer, Marc Davis. The entire piece measures 32”x24”. In fine condition. $1,500 - $2,000

804. HAUNTED MANSION SOUTH ELEVATION LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Haunted Mansion south elevation limited edition lithograph. Numbered 67/300. Measures 16”x20”. In fine condition. $300 - $500

805. RARE MARC DAVIS SIGNED WALT DISNEY WORLD HAUNTED MANSION GICLEE. (Disney Gallery, 1999) Rare Walt Disney World Haunted Mansion giclee signed by Marc Davis. Released in a limited edition of 250. The artwork measures 24.5”x18” with an overall framed size of 30.5” x 24”. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $900 - $1,200

806. “THE PHANTOM ORGAN PLAYER” LIMITED EDITION SCULPTURE. (Disney Gallery, 1999) Beautiful cast resin sculpture of the “Phantom Organ Player” aka “The Ballroom’s Ghostly Organ Master” by artist Terri Hardin. This impressively detailed sculpture was released in an edition size of only (10) pieces. This one is numbered #7/10. Measures 8.25”x7.25”x11.75” including base and plexi cover. In fine condition. $1,500 - $2,000

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807. ERIC ROBISON TRIBUTE TO THE HAUNTED MANSION ORIGINAL PAINTING. (Disney Gallery, 1999) Original painting by artist Eric Robison titled Tribute to the Haunted Mansion. Robison has been a Disney artist since 1989 and his limited edition lithographs are the best selling at Disney theme parks world wide. His originals are highly sought after by collectors. Accomplished in acrylic on canvas, the painting measures 15”x22”. In fine condition. $3,000 - $5,000

808. SPECIAL PRESENTATION MULTI -SIGNED HAUNTED MANSION LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1999) Incredible limited edition Haunted Mansion lithograph featuring concept art by Collin Campbell and handsigned by Imagineers Collin Campbell, Rolly Crump, Xavier Atencio, Marc Davis, Buddy Baker, and Sam McKim. Released in an edition of 300 pieces, collector Kevin Doherty has built an incredible custom framed presentation which makes this piece a one-of-akind treasure. The piece has been beautifully framed with three dimensional elements such as miniature bat stanchions across the bottom, a bouquet of dead flowers, a raven along the top and more. The entire piece has been wired and not only lights up, but also plays music from the Haunted Mansion. Incredible! 45”x42”. Excellent condition. $3,000 - $5,000

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809. SAM MCKIM SIGNED HAUNTED MANSION LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1987) Beautiful Haunted Mansion lithograph signed by Imagineer Sam McKim. Released in an edition of 300 pieces, this one is numbered 36/300. Measures 19”x22”. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $1,000 - $1,500

811. DISNEYLAND “AMAZON ELLE” RIVERBOAT CRUISE LITHO. (Disneyland, 1980s) Beautiful lithograph featuring concept art of the Jungle Cruise by Harper Goff. This piece was obtained by a cast-member and may not have been offered publicly. Most-likely this was produced to be displayed in the Disneyland Hotel. Measures 17.5”x23”. Very good condition with some light foxing. $200 - $400

812. SPECIAL PRESENTATION SWISS FAMILY TREEHOUSE LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Limited edition lithograph featuring concept art for the Swiss Family Treehouse. The print was released in an edition of only 150 pieces. Collector Kevin Doherty has custom-framed the piece beautifully and has added real prop leaves from the Jungle Cruise attraction for added effect. A wonderful presentation of a rare lithograph. The artwork is numbered 67/150, and the entire framed piece measures 20”x26”. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $500 - $700

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810. SIGNED COLLIN CAMPBELL JUNGLE CRUSE LIMITED EDITION GICLEE. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Signed Collin Campbell Jungle Cruse limited edition print. Released in an edition of 300 pieces, this one is numbered 213/300. Measures 21”x26” framed. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $500 - $700

813. SIGNED WARD KIMBALL LIMITED EDITION CHARGER PLATE. (Disney Gallery, 1994) Limited edition oversize ceramic charger plate featuring Ward Kimball’s interpretation of Mickey Mouse. Titled “Experimental Waldorf Salad Plate”, it was created by Animator Ward Kimball for the book “The Art of Mickey Mouse”. It has been handsigned on the reverse by Ward Kimball. Released in an edition size of only 300 pieces. Plate measures 17”x17”x7”. In fine condition. $700 - $1,000

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SHAG Josh Agle, better known as Shag, is an illustrator, designer, and painter, whose vivid renderings range from striking tiki imagery to scenes of lavish American lifestyles. Shag’s pieces have drawn a large following of dedicated fans, and his works have been featured in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia and South America. Shag’s bold and iconic imagery has made for an impressive partnership with Disney over the years. He first created artwork for Disneyland to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki Room, and has since created artwork for the Haunted Mansion’s 40th Anniversary, Disneyland’s 50th Anniversary, and more. Within this collection are some of Shag’s original artwork, limited edition artwork, and souvenirs from the park that have a charming Disney twist to a distinctively “Shag” feel. Shag’s artwork has been seen by countless park-goers over the years and has even recently spanned to Walt Disney World. The visual appeal and timeless quality of these pieces are what have made, and continue to make Shag artwork so highly collected. The following pieces are sure to bring back memories from the park with imagery that will appeal to generations to come.

814. ORIGINAL PAINTING BY SHAG (JOSH AGLE) FOR 40TH ANNIVERSERY OF THE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM. (Disneyland, 2003) Rare original painting by Shag (Josh Agle) comissioned by Disneyland for the 40th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki Room. Pop Artist Shag’s stylized work has become wildly popular among collectors. This particular painting was used for limited edition serigraphs, posters, and other merchandise. Titled “One Enchanted Evening” the painting is accomplished in acrylic on board and measures an impressive 24”x33”. Beautifully framed and in fine condition. A must-have for any Disneyland collector. $15,000 - $20,000

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815. DISNEYLAND 50TH ANNIVERSARY “ORIGINAL LANDS PRINT SET” BY SHAG. (Disney Gallery, 2005) Hard-to-find limited edition set of pop artist Shag’s interpretatons of the Disneyland Lands. Created for the 50th anniversary of the park, the boxed set contains five 27”x21” prints, each signed by the artist. Included are Tomorrowland, Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland & Main Street U.S.A. Only 300 sets were made for this edition and this set is numbered 87/300. In fine condition. $1,000 - $2,000

816. SHAG LIMITED EDITION SERIGRAPH “40TH ANNIVERSERY OF THE ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM”. (Disney Gallery, 2003) Limited edition lithograph by pop artist Shag to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki Room. Released in an edition of 300 pieces, this is number 192/300. Measures 21.5”x27” overall. If only we had the original.... $400 - $600

817. SHAG LIMITED EDITION SERIGRAPH “TANGORA”. “(Disneyland , 2003) Limited edition serigraph titled “Tangaroa” by Shag (Josh Agle) issued in 2003 for the 40th Anniversery of The Enchanted Tiki Room. Released in an edition of 300, this one is numbered 129/300. Measures 23”x29”. In fine condition. $400 - $600

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818. RARE SIGNED JOHN HENCH TIKI TEA HOUSE LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery,1998) Rare limited edition lithograph featuring John Hench’s concept art for the Disneyland Tiki Tea House restaurant which eventually became the enchanted Tiki Room. Released in an edition of 300 pieces and hand-signed by Imagineer John Hench. Numbered 83/150 and measures 15.5”x19”. In fine condition. Uninspected out of frame. $900 - $1,200

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820. JOHN HENCH SIGNED LIMITED EDITION “CROSSING MONORAILS” LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Beautiful limited edition lithograph titled “Crossing Monorails” by Imagineer John Hench. The signed artwork was released in an edition size of 300 pieces. This is number 202/300. In very good condition. 24”x34.5”. $200 - $400

819. BOB GURR SIGNED LIMITED EDITION MONORAIL LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery) Signed limited edition lithograph featuring Monorail design art by Imagineer Bob Gurr. Released in an edition of 150 pieces, this is number 64/150. In very good condition. 16”x20”. $300 - $500

821. JOHN HENCH SIGNED LIMITED EDITION “ASTROJETS IN TOMORROWLAND” LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 1990s) Beautiful limited edition lithograph titled “Astrojets In Tomorrowland” by Imagineer John Hench. The signed artwork was released in an edition size of 300 pieces. This piece is number 202/300. In very good condition. 11”x14”. $400 - $600

822. JOHN HENCH SPACE MOUNTAIN LIMITED EDITION PRINT. (Disney Gallery, 1997) Limited edition lithograph signed with original doodle drawing of Mickey in a space suit by the artist John Hench. Released in an edition of 300 pieces, 10”x13”, excellent condition. $600 - $800

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823. LIMITED EDITION TOWER OF TERROR LITHOGRAPH. (Disney Gallery, 2004) Tower of Terror signed limited edition lithograph. Released in an edition size of 2500 pieces, this is number 1964/2500. Measures 24”x20”. In fine Condition. $100 - $200

824. CUSTOM FRAMED DISNEYLAND FULL SET OF 37 ATTRACTION PINS. (Disneyland, 1998) Beautifully framed full set of 37 Disneyland attraction pins framed over custom map background. In fine Condition. Overall framed size is 16”x20”. $300 - $500


825. SPECIAL PRESENTATION DISNEYLAND PIN SET WITH PATCH. (Disneyland, 1990s) Beautiful set of (7) cast-member pins created for a special event custom framed with a 1960s castmember Fantasyland costume patch. Patch measures 3.5”x1.5”. Each pin measures approximately 1”x1.25”. Display box measures 6.75”x8.75”. $300 - $500

826. RARE PEOPLEMOVER PIN SET WITH D TICKET. (Disneyland, 1990s) Beautifully presented PeopleMover pin set with a vintage D-Ticket. Each pin meassures 1”x1.25”. $200 - $400

828. DISNEYLAND 44 YEARS “COUNCORING THE FOUR MOUNTAINS OF DISNEYLAND”. (Disney Gallery, 1999) Disneyland 44 Years “Conquering the Four Mountains of Disneyland” promotional pin set and Passport in custom frame. Includes two buttons and (8) pins featuring Splash Mountain’s 10th Anniversery, Big Thunder Mountains 20th anniversery, Space Mountain and Matterhorn Bobsleads 40th anniversery. Framed size is 9”x11”. Fine condition with a small .25” crack in the top right corner of the frame glass. $300 - $500

827. FRAMED PIN SET OF VARIOUS DISNEYLAND PICTURES. (Disneyland, 1990s) Framed collector pin set of various Disneyland pictures through the years. (12) pins total. Pins measure 2”x2” to 2”x3”. Overall framed size measures 17.5”x15.5”. $200 - $400

829. DISNEYLAND 46TH ANNIVERSARY PIN SET. (Disney Gallery, 2001) Rare Disneyland 46th Anniversary pin set featuring various attractions. Beautifully framed with etched glass logo. Each pin measures 2”x1.25”. Overall framed size is 13”x11”. In fine condition. $300 - $500

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830. LIMITED EDITION BRONZE MICKEY MOUSE BY BLAINE GIBSON. (Disneyland, 1970s) An early Disneyland exclusive, this bronze statue of Mickey Mouse was only available at the Disneyana Shop on Main Street USA at Disneyland during its limited availability. Created by artist Blaine Gibson, this piece is numbered 195/200. Measures 7” high and is in very good condition. $700 - $900

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831. LIMITED EDITION BRONZE MINNIE MOUSE BY BLAINE GIBSON. (Disneyland, 1970s) An early Disneyland exclusive, this bronze statue of Minnie Mouse was only available at the Disneyana Shop on Main Street USA at Disneyland during its limited availability. Created by artist Blaine Gibson, this piece is numbered 27/200. Measures 7” high and is in very good condition. $700 - $900


832. SAM MCKIM ORIGINAL PAINT BRUSH AND SIGNATURE PRESENTATION. (Disneyland and Walt Disney World) Legendary Imagineer Sam McKim’s artistic visions touched every part of the park during its development. His unique view of the park and the infamous oversize maps that he designed are some of the most iconic images of the park ever made. Collector Kevin Doherty acquired this paint brush directly from McKim’s estate. The brush, with paint remains still attached, was used many times by Sam McKim on a variety of Disney projects and personal projects as well. Beautifully framed with a photographic reproduction of one of his maps and a hand-signed card, it makes a fitting tribute to a true Disneyland legend. This is a Disneyland must-have collectible. Fine condition, 17”x19” overall. $700 - $1,000

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101 DALMATIANS, 407, 772, 782 ABC, 6

ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR, THE, 24 ADVENTURE ISLE, 269 ADVENTURE THRU INNER SPACE, 260, 305, 306, 411, 614 ADVENTURELAND, 35, 72, 149, 166, 168, 223, 255, 270, 277, 401, 505, 506, 509, 596, 815 ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 24, 39, 244, 368 AMERICA ON PARADE, 687, 688 AMERICA SINGS, 191, 438, 686 AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL, 69, 248, 249, 259, 298, 685 AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION, 6, 9 AMERICAN EGG HOUSE, 714, 733 AMERICAN JOURNEYS, 267 AMERICAN MOTORS, 6 ARISTOCATS, THE, 774 ART CORNER, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 170, 540, 755, 756, 757, 758, 759, 760, 760, 761, 762, 763, 764, 765, 766, 767, 768, 769, 770, 771, 772, 773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 778, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784, 785, 786, 787, 788 ASHTRAYS, 514, 523, 561, 586 ASTROJET, 51, 229, 821 AT&T, 81, 259 ATENCIO, XAVIER, 215, 216, 801, 808 AUDIO ANIMATRONICS, 440, 442, 447 AUNT JEMIMA’S KITCHEN, 689, 701, 702, 703, 704 AUTOPIA & JR. AUTOPIA, 31, 241

BACKSTAGE MAGAZINE, 87

BADGES, 294, 295, 327, 328, 329, 332, 333, 334, 335 BAKER, BUDDY, 808 BANK OF AMERICA, 257, 308, 498 BELL TELEPHONE, 69, 248, 249, 298 BERTINO, AL, 191 BETHLEHEM STEEL, 9 BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN, 129, 192, 193, 194, 828 BLAIR, MARY, 599 BLUE BAYOU, 719, 726, 727, 728, 729, 780, 781 BLUEPRINTS, 159, 160, 162, 170, 173, 182, 212, 222, 224, 226 BOAG, WALLY, 597 BOOKS, 533, 534, 548, 576, 577, 600, 601, 616, 621, 624, 664 BOTTOMLESS PIT, 243 BOWLING CLUB, 312 BOYLE, NEIL, 174 BURNING CABIN, 243 BUSHMAN, BRUCE, 148

C&H SUGAR, 176, 177, 178

CAFÉ ORLEANS, 708, 709, 720 CAMPBELL, COLIN, 641, 808, 810

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CANDY PALACE, 530 CARNATION ICE CREAM PARLOR, 751, 752, 753, 754 CAROUSEL, 239 CAROUSEL OF PROGRESS, 116, 309, 468, CASA DE FRITOS, 689 CASA MEXICANA, 715 CAST-MEMBERS, 24, 30, 58, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 87, 88, 95, 104, 105, 106, 107, 110, 113, 115, 119, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 132, 136, 139, 141, 142, 147, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334335, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 376, 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389 CHICKEN OF THE SEA, 159, 171, 172 CHICKEN PLANTATION, 689 CHIP & DALE, 762, 788 CHIP & DALE RESCUE RANGERS, 325 CINDERELLA’S CASTLE, 201, 202, 203, 204 CIRCLE-VISION, 81 CLOCK OF THE WORLD, 7, 505, 506 CLUB 33, 474, 721, 722, 723, 724, 725 CLUB 55, 331 COCA COLA, 371, 374, 656 COKE CORNER, 35 COLUMBIA—see Sailing Ship Columbia CONTEMPORARY RESORT, 437, 480, 743, 744, 750 COUNTRY BEAR JAMBOREE, 265, 682 COURT OF ANGELS, 174 CRANE PLUMBING, 9, 52 CREOLE CAFÉ, THE, 706, 707 CRUMP, ROLLY, 148, 808

DAISY DUCK, 785

DAVEY CROCKETT, 403, 404 DAVIS, ALICE, 801 DAVIS, MARC, 148, 179, 180, 803, 805, 808 DE CUIR, JOHN, 799 DISCOVERY ISLAND, 131 DISHES---see Plates DISNEYLAND BAND, 35, 304, 315, 682 DISNEYLAND DICTIONARY, 58 DISNEYLAND HOTEL, 225, 234, 253, 254, 476, 477, 478, 479, 591, 604, 690, 691 DISNEYLAND NEWS, 51 DISNEYLAND RAILROAD, 14, 19, 38, 41, 83, 231, 232, 252, 258, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 391, 408, 521 DISNEYLAND SECURITY, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350 DISNEYLAND TV SHOW, 10 DIXIELAND AT DISNEYLAND, 42 DONALD DUCK, 518, 536, 765, 776, 779, 788 DREAMLAND, 497 DRINKING GLASSES, 555, 559, 742 DUMBO, 148, 239, 536, 540

EARLE, EYVIND, 798 ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM, 50, 255, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 434, 435, 436, 513, 681, 814, 816, 817, 818 EPCOT, 90, 130, 132, 136, 137, 195, 196, 197, 450, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 650, 652, 653 EURO DISNEY, 269, 270, 271, 272 FANTASY ON PARADE, 180

FANTASYLAND, 35, 139, 159, 160, 173, 217, 218, 227, 228, 231, 233, 239, 244, 246, 250, 257, 271, 274, 278, 297, 388, 390, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 439, 464, 505, 506, 509, 540, 615, 815 FIREHOUSE FIVE, 673, 674 FLIGHT TO THE MOON—see “Rocket To The Moon” FLYING SAUCERS, 251 FORT WILDERNESS, 243 FRENCH, ED, 794 FRONTIERLAND, 31, 35, 40, 53, 73, 231, 235, 236, 242, 243, 245, 252, 258, 272, 275, 382, 403, 404, 462, 466, 505, 506, 515, 815

GATE FLYER, 16, 31, 32, 36, 37, 38, 39,

40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 50, 71, 117, 122 GENERAL ELECTRIC, 74, 283, 309 GENERAL MOTORS, 286 GEORGE, DAN, 796 GIBSON, BLAINE, 442, 830, 831 GILLEON, TOM, 197 GILLESPIE, DARLENE, 289, 493 GLASSES---see Drinking Glasses GOLDEN HORSESHOE, 35, 235, 236, 444, 597, 799 GOODYEAR, 261, 310 GOOFY, 488, 536, 760, 768 GOURMET BEVERLY RESTAURANT, 690 GRAD NITE, 21, 200, 562, 563, 565 GRAND CANYON DIORAMA, 38, 39, 41, 252 GREAT MOMENTS WITH MR. LINCOLN, 43, 256, 266, 677 GREYHOUND, 281 GUIDEBOOKS, 102, 494, 495, 497, 543, 564, 607, 609, 625 GULF OIL, 266 GURR, BOB, 148, 819

HALL, CLEM, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187,

190, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196 HALL OF CHEMISTRY, 45 HALLMARK, 4 HANDBOOKS, 58, 72, 73, 75, 76, 88, 95, 104, 105, 106, 107, 113, 115, 141, 142, 147 HARDIN, TERRI, 806 HAUNTED MANSION, 44, 264, 364, 365, 366, 389, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 616, 617,

618, 619, 620, 631, 658, 666, 803, 804, 805, 806, 807, 808, 809 HENCH, JOHN, 790, 818, 820, 821, 822 HILLS BROS COFFEE HOUSE, 694 HOLDRIDGE, CHERYL, 291 HOLIDAYLAND, 14, 55 HOUSE OF THE FUTURE, 161, 162, 467 HOW TO DRAW, 760, 761, 762, 763, 764, 765, 766

IMAGINEERING –see WED

INCREDIBLE JOURNEY, THE, 24 INDIAN TERRITORY, 243 INDIAN WAR CANOES, 242 INDIANA JONES ADVENTURE, 223, 470 INJUN JOE’S CAVE, 243 IRVINE, DICK, 8 IT’S A SMALL WORLD, 22, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 84, 94, 118, 257, 302, 308, 369, 599, 678

JACK SKELLINGTON, 433 JEWELRY, 552, 554, 571, 572, 573, 594, 631, 669 JIMINY CRICKET, 769, 780 JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457 JR. AUTOPIA—see Autopia JUNGLE BOOK, THE, 410, 775, 778 JUNGLE CRUISE, 169, 386, 401, 445, 476, 477, 478, 505, 506, 542, 580, 810, 811, 812, 829 JUSTICE, BILL, 148 KAISER ALUMINUM, 6, 48

KEEL BOATS, 242 KENT, RALPH, 273, 274 KIMBALL, WARD, 673, 674, 813 KODAK, 56

LADY AND THE TRAMP, 24, 767, 784 LANEY, CHARLIE, 290 LIBERTY TREE TAVERN, 749 LINCOLN SAVINGS, 256 LION KING PARADE, 384 LOS ANGELES TIMES, 11, 54 LOST BAR, 741 LUDWIG VON DRAKE, 777, 781

MAD TEA PARTY, 239

MAGIC EYE THEATRE, 450 MAGIC KINGDOM CLUB, 68, 134, 211 MAGIC SHOP, 575, 622 MAIN STREET, 4, 35, 231, 252, 256, 258, 266, 276, 392, 407, 441, 448, 451, 460, 461, 463, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 509, 521, 815 MAIN STREET ELECTRICAL PARADE, 224, 381, 651 MAIN STREET EMPORIUM, 529, 556 MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH, 472 MAPO – see WED MAPS, 49, 53, 71, 112, 122, 131, 133,


284, 498, 508, 593, 598, 606, 641, 671 MARK TWAIN, 4, 167, 242, 581, 829 MARY POPPINS, 24, 773 MATTERHORN, 28, 37, 57, 67, 246, 300, 316, 475, 561, 567, 648, 828 MCDONNELL DOUGLAS, 263 MCKIM, SAM, 148, 593, 598, 801, 808, 809, 832 MELLOWMEN, THE, 550 MENUS, 690, 691, 693, 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699, 700, 704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 709, 722, 723, 728, 729, 730, 732, 733, 734, 735, 736, 737, 739, 740, 741, 743, 744, 745, 746, 747, 748, 749, 750, 753, 754 MEXICAN PAVILION, EPCOT, 195, 196, 197 MICKEY MOUSE, 486, 536, 761, 771, 786, 830 MICKEY MOUSE CLUB, 10, 34, 289, 290, 291, 292, 491, 492, 493 MICKEY MOUSE CLUB CIRCUS, 16, 34, 293, 492, 493 MINERAL KING, 85 MINNIE MOUSE, 485, 831 MONORAIL, 37, 41, 67, 75, 163, 253, 254, 273, 279, 296, 335, 437, 519, 522, 557, 819, 820 MONORAIL CAFÉ, 738, 739 MONSANTO, 9, 45, 161, 162, 260, 305, 614 MORE MOUSE TALES, 802 MR. TOAD’S WILD RIDE, 214, 215, 216, 227, 228, 795, 797

NATIONAL LEAD, 9 NATURE’S WONDERLAND, 40, 69, 73, 250 NEW ORLEANS SQUARE, 97, 174, 175, 262, 264, 280, 711, 800 NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR, 22, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 302, 599 NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, 433 OPENING DAY, 14

OPERATING PROCEDURES, 72, 73, 75, 83, 95, 118 ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER, 11

PACIFIC TELEPHONE, 259

PENNANTS, 553, 628, 645, 649, 650, 665 PENNY ARCADE, 463, 647 PEOPLEMOVER, 138, 261, 310, 412, 413, 826 PEPSI, 22, 77, 80 PEREGOY, WALT, 198, 199 PETER PAN’S FLIGHT, 212, 213, 222, 227, 228, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 395, 399, 400 PHANTOM BOATS, 37 PHANTOM MANOR, 272 PINS, 656, 659, 670, 824, 825, 826, 827,

828, 829 PIRATE SHIP, 159, 464 PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, 179, 262, 270, 372, 373, 608, 609, 610, 611, 659, 668, 680, 801, 829 PLANTATION HOUSE, 689 PLATES, 505, 506, 509, 524, 525, 536, 566, 582, 583, 584, 585, 588, 610, 626, 630, 633, 634, 635, 701, 727, 731, 752 PLAZA INN, 43, 717 PLAZA PAVILLION, 716 PLAZA RESTAURANT, 748 PLAZA TERRACE, 712, 732 PLUTO, 483, 487 POLYNESIAN RESORT, 745, 746, 747 POSTCARDS, 542, 549, 560, 589, 608, 666 PRIMEVAL WORLD, 87, 258 PROFESSOR KELLER, 31 PROGRESSLAND, 74, 283

RAILROAD—see Disneyland Railroad RAINBOW CAVERNS, 31, 40 RANDOTTI, 619 RANGER WOODLORE, 780 RECORDS, 544, 550, 565, 620, 657, 672, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 684, 685, 686, 687, 688 RECREATION CLUB, 30 RED WAGON INN, 689, 693, 705, 710 RICHFIELD, 47, 153 RIVER FISHING, 243 RIVERS OF AMERICA, 245 ROCKET JETS, 230, 402, 465 ROCKET TO THE MOON, 1, 45, 238, 263, 273, 279, 623, 626 ROYAL STREET BACHELORS, 97 RYMAN, HERB, 13, 150, 151, 153, 157, 789, 791, 792, 800 SAFARI ADVENTURE, 476, 477, 478

SAILING SHIP COLUMBIA, 39, 245, 829 SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS, 513, 535, 546 SANTA FE—see Disneyland Railroad SCHWINN, 86 SCOGNAMILLO, GABRIEL, 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158 SECURITY—see Disneyland Security SHAG, 814, 815, 816, 817, 818 SHIPYARD INN, 740, 742 SHOPPING BAGS, 529, 556 SKULL ROCK, 173 SKYWAY, 268, 414, 558 SLEEPING BEAUTY, 770, 798 SLEEPING BEAUTY’S CASTLE, 4, 160, 218, 271, 274, 278, 281, 303, 390, 505, 506, 509, 510, 511, 662, 789, 791, 792, 794, 796 SNOW WHITE’S SCARY ADVENTURES, 227, 228, 439 SPACE MOUNTAIN, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 317, 318, 367, 446,

468, 637, 638, 639, 640, 822, 828 SPACE STATION X-1, 237 SPLASH MOUNTAIN, 219, 220, 449, 452, 471, 828 SPOONS, 539, 569, 618 STAR TOURS, 323, 376, 377, 378, 379 STEWART, JOHN NORMAN, 214 STONE, JOHN, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 223 STORY OF ALUMINUM, 48 STORY OF OIL, 47, 153 STORYBOOK LAND, 233, 443, 829 SUBMARINE VOYAGE, 37, 67, 164, 165, 247, 273, 279, 299, 301, 314, 405, 406, 519, 758 SWISS FAMILY TREEHOUSE, 812 SWORD IN THE STONE, 615

TAHITIAN TERRACE, 72, 695, 696,

697, 698, 699, 700 TENCENIAL, 307 TICKET/TICKET BOOK, 14, 15, 16, 17 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 70, 103, 139 TICKET BOOTH POSTER, 33 TIKI ROOM—see Enchanted Tiki Room TINKERBELL, 496, 512, 528, 529, 594, 595 TOKYO DISNEYLAND, 125, 268, 447, 497 TOM SAWYER ISLAND, 53, 140, 243 TOMORROWLAND, 1, 6, 7, 9, 35, 51, 67, 91, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 237, 156, 157, 158, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 229, 230, 237, 238, 240, 241, 247, 248, 249, 251, 252, 253, 254, 258, 259, 260, 261, 263, 267, 273, 279, 402, 465, 473, 505, 506, 507, 509, 531, 667, 815 TOMORROWLAND DAIRY BAR, 692 TOMORROWLAND TERRACE, 371 TOWER OF TERROR, 823 TOWN SQUARE CAFÉ, 713, 718, 734, 735, 736, 737 TOYS, 515, 516, 517, 518, 540, 545, 547, 557, 578, 579, 590, 591, 603, 605, 611 TRAM, 370 TRAP AND SKEET CLUB, 311, 313 TRAYS, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 508, 510, 511, 596, 630, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 716, 717, 718, 719, 720, 751 TREASURE ISLAND, 24, 45 TOUR GUIDE, 332, 380 TWA, 9, 45, 49 TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA, 240 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY PARADE, 226

VASE, 512, 537

VISTA FLORIDA PHONE SYSTEM, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210

WALT DISNEY, 2, 3, 30, 181 WALT DISNEY STORY, THE, 266 WALT DISNEY WORLD, 90, 96, 99, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114, 117, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 126, 131, 133, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 621, 743, 744, 745, 746, 747, 748, 749, 750, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 265, 267, 437, 450, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 459 WALT DISNEY WORLD VILLAGE, 133 WED, 2, 8, 13, 81, 90, 91, 93, 98, 100, 101, 102, 112, 114, 116, 118, 120, 125, 129, 130, 136, 138, 140, 145, 146, 220, 223, 253, 319, 320, 353, 354, 356, 375, 437, 440, 447 WELBORN, ELEANOR, 505, 506 WELTON BECKETT, 282, 283 WESTCOT, 143, 144 WINNIE THE POOH—see Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh WORLD BENEATH US, THE, 47, 783 WORLD’S FAIR—see New York World’s Fair ZOO CREW, 326

UNITED AIRLINES, 255

UNITED STATES PAVILLION, 282 UPJOHN DRUGSTORE, 82 U.S. TIME, 7

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUCTION 1. This auction is presented by Love of Art, LLC. The auction is conducted under the terms and conditions set forth herein and applicable state and local laws. Announcements on the day of the auction, whether printed or announced from the podium, shall supersede those in the printed catalogue. 2.

Buyer’s Premium: All bids are subject to a Buyer’s Premium which shall be added to all placed successful bids.

3. Bidders and Buyers Bound: All persons placing bids, participating or registering in the auction agree to be bound by, and accept, the Terms and Conditions of the auction. 4. Qualification: All Bidders must meet auctioneers qualifications to bid. Any Bidder who is not a client in good standing of the auctioneer may be disqualified at auctioneer’s sole option and will not be awarded any lots. Such determination may be made by the auctioneer in his sole and absolute discretion prior to, during, and after the close of any auction. 5. Exclusion: The auctioneer reserves the right to exclude any person or entity: (a) from bidding; or (b) from the floor of the auction on the day of the sale. 6. successful bid.

Guaranty: If any entity places any bid, then the individual actually placing the bids shall guaranty payment for any

7. Credit: Bidders shall establish credit with the auctioneer prior to placing any bids. Auctioneer shall be the sole determiner of whether or not the credit of any Bidder is satisfactory to auctioneer. If Bidder is not known to auctioneer, a proposed Bidder shall furnish satisfactory credit information (“SCI”) at least five business days prior to the auction. Such SCI shall include two credit references, a social security number, and appropriate credit card information. Auctioneer reserves the right to make a credit check of any proposed Bidder and such Bidder consents to the making of such a credit check. The acceptance of checks is in the auctioneer’s sole discretion and may be based on a variety of criteria, such as a credit bureau report, a bank check, or otherwise. The auctioneer will accept, up to five business days prior to the date of the auction, deposits for bidding, if the check is a local check; or up to 10 business days before deposit if the check is not a local check. Such deposits will be kept in an attorney’s trust account, and shall not be applied to any payment absent a successful recognized bid. Those bidding on the Internet must pre-register at least one business day before the auction and bids will not be accepted if pre-registration has not occurred. 8.

Bidding Procedures by Mail or Fax: All mail or fax bids shall be signed.

9. Bidding Increments: The bidding increments shall be utilized as specified in Paragraph 15; and if any bid does not so conform, the bid will be lowered to the highest increment lower than the mail bid. Non-internet bids (such as, for example only, bids from the podium, fax, mail, or telephone bids) shall be treated similarly to floor bids in that the bidding increments shall be utilized; and if the bid does not so conform, the bid will be lowered to the highest increment that is lower than the bid. Any Bidder may once in an auction for a particular lot bid a “half-increment”. Once a “half-increment” bid is accepted no other half-increment bids will be accepted on that particular lot. No “buy” or “unlimited” bids will be accepted. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein the auctioneer may solicit or accept bids that are not incremental in nature. 10.

Identical Bids: Preference will be given to the bid first received.

11. Execution of Bids By Auctioneer: Auctioneer is not responsible for errors in your bids. CHECK YOUR BIDS BEFORE SUBMITTING THEM TO THE AUCTIONEEER. Auctioneer is not responsible for any failure in executing mail or fax bids received on the day of the auction or later. All written bids should be received two business days before the auction. Auctioneer is not responsible for proper execution of bids submitted by telephone, mail, FAX, email, Internet, or in person, once the auction begins. Electronically placed bids may not be withdrawn. 12. Technology Failure: In the event that auctioneer experiences an outage of the Internet, or telephone service the auctioneer may extend the time for bidding on any lot in the auction. The auctioneer reserves the right to “take a break” for any reason during the course of the auction. 13. Delivery of Lots: Lots won by Bidders not personally at the auction will not be delivered on the day of the auction. Upon proper payment being made, lots will be delivered starting 15 minutes after the close of each auction session to those properly paying. 14. Transfer of Title: Title to any lot shall only transfer after payment is successfully received in full by the auctioneer, including the Buyer’s Premium, any sales tax applicable, and any shipping or other charges.

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Increments of Bidding: Range

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$20,000 to $50,000

$2,500

$50,000 to $100,000

$5,000

$100,000 to $250,000

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Consignor May Bid: A consigner may bid on his or her own lot. Auctioneer May Submit Items to Auction: The auctioneer, his employees or affiliates, may consign items to

18. Auctioneer May Grant Concessions to Consignors or Bidders: The auctioneer, in his discretion, may extend guarantees, loans or advances to consignors. The auctioneer reserves the right to extend additional credit by way of extended payment terms at its sole discretion. 19. Minimum or Nominal Bids: The auctioneer will set a minimum bid before a lot can be sold. Bids below the minimum bid may not be accepted or recognized by the auctioneer. Further, nominal bids, or small opening bids, or very nominal advances in the bidding may not be recognized by the auctioneer, in its sole discretion. Any lot not receiving any recognized bid shall be passed. 20. Winner of Lot: The highest qualified bidder recognized by the auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the event of a tie bid, the bid received first by the auctioneer shall prevail. If there is a dispute among Bidders, the auctioneer may in his sole and absolute discretion re-offer the lot. There are times when a bid may not be recognized by the auctioneer; in that situation the recognized bid will be the winning bid regardless of whether or not the competing, but unrecognized bid, may have been higher. The auctioneer may in his absolute discretion re-open the bidding immediately after closing a lot to accept any bid in error not previously recognized. 21. Good Faith Bidding: Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse to honor any bid or to limit the amount of any bid. All bids must be made in good faith. A bid is not made in good faith, if it is made by an insolvent or irresponsible person, a minor, or if made in excess of any applicable credit limit. 22. Lots: All lots will be sold in numerical order (unless a lot is re-offered) and will not be broken. Auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw, prior to the close of the entire auction, any lot. 23. Rescission of Sale of Lot: Auctioneer reserves the right to rescind the sale of any lot in the event of non-payment, disputed ownership, clerical error, clerical omission in exercising bids and reserves, or for any other reason in the auctioneer’s sole and absolute discretion. 24. Lots Sold After Auction: In some cases lots will be sold after the auction. The Terms and Conditions apply to those sales as well. 25.

Payment in Dollars: All sales are strictly for cash; and payment must be made in United States Dollars.

26. Amount of Payment: All deliveries, and transfers of title, are subject to the full payment of all monies due for the lot, including the payment of the separate Buyer’s Premium. The Buyer’s Premium shall be 15% of the highest successful recognized bid for payments made in cash, check, electronic funds transfer, or wire transfer directly to the auctioneer; 18% for payments made by credit card, debit card, PayPal, or other charge card directly to the auctioneer; and 21% for any successful bids made through a third party internet service. Auctioneer retains the Buyer’s Premium as its own property.

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Interest: Any unpaid invoice will bear interest at the highest rate allowed by California law.

30. Attorneys Fees: In the event that it is necessary for the auctioneer to employ an attorney the successful bidder agrees to pay reasonable attorneys fees and costs. 31. Security Interest Granted: The successful bidder grants a security interest in the lot being sold to secure the payment of the invoice. The successful bidder grants a possessory lien as well to the auctioneer. Auctioneer shall have the rights granted under Article 9 of the California Commercial Code including but not limited to the right of sale. 32. No Warranties: NO WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS MADE WITH RESPECT TO ANY DESCRIPTION IN THE CATALOGUE OR ON THE DAY OF THE AUCTION. Bidders are urged to view the lots before bidding on them. Descriptions are only being presented for the benefit of those bidders who have not had the opportunity to view the lots prior to bidding and no description in the catalogue shall create any warranty. Color variations are to be expected and are not the basis for any return of any lot. Auctioneer is only selling the right, title and interest of any lot that has been consigned to the auctioneer by virtue of any consignment agreements. The auctioneer disclaims any warranty of fitness or merchantability. 33. Disclaimer of Damages; Sole Remedies: Auctioneer disclaims any damages, consequential or otherwise. Auctioneer shall not be responsible for consequential damages, incidental damages, compensatory damages, or any other damages. Up to the date that the auctioneer pays the consignor (45 days after the close of the auction sessions), and in the event that Auctioneer cannot deliver a lot, or if it is established that the lot lacks title, or some other transfer or condition issue is claimed, the sole remedy of the Bidder up to a date six months after the close of the auction sessions shall be the rescission of the sale and the refund of any amount paid by the Buyer. After the consignor is paid by the auctioneer the sole remedy of the Buyer is against the consignor, and vice versa. 34. Statements are Opinions: Any statement made by the auctioneer, orally or in writing, regarding a lot, is a statement of opinion only, and shall not constitute a warranty. 35. auctioneer.

Property of Auctioneer: All descriptions, images and sales and archival records are the exclusive property of the

36. Releases: In consideration of participation in the auction, and the placing of a bid, Bidder expressly releases auctioneer, its officers, directors, employees, affiliates, outside experts, and attorneys the (“RELEASEES”) from any and claims, causes of action, in law or in equity, direct or indirect, known or unknown that he/she/it may have with respect to the auction, the catalogue, the conduct of the auction, or the lots being purchased. By not complying with the terms of this Release Bidder waives any and all claims against the RELEASEES. A bidder or buyer acknowledges that there is a risk that subsequent to the execution of this Agreement, one or more of them will discover facts or will discover, suffer or incur claims and/or damages relating to the subject matter of this release, which were unknown or unanticipated at the time of the auction, which, if known on that date may have materially affected their respective decisions to give the herein release. Despite this knowledge and understanding, each bidder and buyer agrees that it is assuming the risk of such unknown and unanticipated facts and claims, and in connection herewith, each hereby expressly waives any and all rights under California Civil Code Section 1542, which section has been explained to and is understood by each party and which reads as follows: “A general release does not extend to claims which the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him must have materially affected his settlement with the debtor.” 37. Arbitration: By placing a bid in the auction, a Bidder agrees to the dispute resolution set forth herein. All disputes shall be arbitrated by the American Arbitration Association in Los Angeles County, California. Costs shall be split equally among the parties. This replaces the right to go to court, including the right to a jury trial. 38. Prohibited Activities: Any agreement between consignors and bidders to sell by private sale any lot, or to effect a non-sale of an item at auction is prohibited and auctioneer reserves the right to collect from the bidder the Buyer’s Premium. 39. Special Notice: Auctioneer has in compliance with Title 2.95 of the California Civil Code, Section 1812.600 posted with the California Secretary of State a bond. The auction is being conducted in compliance with Section 2338 of the California Commercial Code and Section 535 of the California Penal Code.

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