T H I NG S I F O R GOT I HAD !
Supplemental Catalog for
THATâ€™S FROM DISNEYLAND!
780. Complete “Disneykin Play Sets” Store Display. (Disneyland, 1961) A very rare “first series” store display for “Disneykin Play Sets” by Marx. This incredible display would have been used to showcase and promote the character options available as part of Marx’s first series of Disneykin play sets. These types of store displays were used at Disneyland, at trade shows, and in the Marx company showrooms, among other locations. Remarkably, the display is complete with all 6 play sets in their original boxes. Each box measures 6.25” long and the display holder measures 16”x14”. The condition is good overall, with some wear to the boxes and outer store display frame. A couple of the characters are loose within their original boxes. $1,000-$1,500
782. Mickey Mouse Club Hand-Colored Concept Brownline. (Disneyland, c.1955) An original hand-colored concept brownline by Imagineer Bruce Bushman for a river boat named “River Belle”. This concept was used to design a set piece for the Mickey Mouse Club television show, and is signed by Bushman in pencil in the lower right corner. The brownline was made in reverse from the original pencil drawing, so words like “fire” and the dimension numbers along the bottom appear backwards on this brownline. The brownline measures approximately 14.25”x15”. The condition is very good with minor edge-wear and a thin strip of tape on the top edge of the back side. The brownline also comes with Bushman’s handwritten “please return to” address label for this brownline, which includes his name and former address. $1,000-$1,500
781. Mickey Mouse Club Steam Engine Concept Painting. (Disneyland, c.1955) An original concept painting created for an episode of the Mickey Mouse Club television show. Accomplished in tempera on heavyweight artist’s paper, this stylish concept was used in set design for an episode of the show, and has the words “Voo Doo 2” written on the sides of the engine. The painting measures 6.25”x14.25” and is in very good condition with some edge-wear. $1,000-$1,500
783. Disneyland Entrance Sign Light-Up Replica. (Disneyland, 2005) A stunning replica of Disneyland’s original entrance sign. As one of the first-viewed aspects of the park during its earliest years, the entrance sign beautifully represents the artistry and magic of Disneyland’s beginnings. The replica was created to celebrate Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, and features a switch on the base to light up the sign. The replica measures approximately 10.5”x9.5” and the condition is very good with minor wear. $800-$1,200
784. Main Street Information Booth Limited Edition Model. (Disneyland, 2005) A replica of a Disneyland information booth that once adorned Main Street USA. Sculpted by Kevin Kidney and Vladimir Petrov, this replica was created in resin and metal in a limited edition of only 1,000. The replica measures approximately 7.25” tall and the condition is fair to good, with a couple missing “information” signs and sign spikes along the top of the booth. This particular replica may have been a production sample, as the base has some notation written on a piece of tape, and the lid of the base has been adhered on so it cannot be lifted off. $500-$750
785. Fantasyland Ticket Booth Limited Edition Replica. (Disneyland, 2005) A rare limited edition replica created by Kevin Kidney, Jody Daily, and sculpted by Will Babington for Disneyland’s 50th anniversary. The replica depicts the Fantasyland ticket booth for the “Casey Jr. Circus Train”, and features the original color scheme for the ticket booth from 1955. Created in resin, metal, and wood, this replica was limited to only 1500 pieces. The lid of the base can be removed to reveal a special pin inspired by an original “Casey Jr.” ticket. The replica measures 8” tall and is in very good condition with minor wear. $500-$750
786. Tomorrowland 1967 Ticket Booth Replica. (Disneyland, 2005) A limited edition replica created by Kevin Kidney, Jody Daily, and sculpted by Will Babington for Disneyland’s 50th Anniversary. Created in resin, this replica was based on Rolly Crump’s ticket booth design and was limited to only 1500 pieces. The model measures 7” tall and is in very good condition with minor wear. The model can be lifted off its base to reveal a Monorail ticket pin. $500-$750
787. “Enchanted Tiki Room” Ticket Booth Replica. (Disneyland, 2005) A replica of the ticket booth for Disneyland’s “Enchanted Tiki Room” that was created by Kevin Kidney for the park’s 50th anniversary. The model was created using the ticket booth’s original production blueprints, and was limited to only 1500 pieces. The booth lifts to reveal a pin of a Tiki Room admission ticket. The model measures approximately 8” tall, and is in very good condition with little wear, including a very small chip to the top of one of the replica entrance signs. $500-$750
788. “Club Disney” Sign. (Disney, 1997-99) A large display sign used at one of Disney’s “Club Disney” locations between 1997 and 1999. The short lived children’s activity locations were intended for children 10 and under and would have been used to promote Disney’s films and characters. The sign depicts the club’s logo, with the Mickey-ears “C” and classic Disney font. Created in metal and acrylic board, the sign measures 16”x75” and 7” thick, and is in very good condition with some expected wear from use. $1,300-$1,800
789. Global Van Lines Delivery Truck Die-Cast Model. (Disneyland, c.1980s) A die-cast metal replica of the Global Van Lines moving truck that once sat prominently outside the Global Van Lines location on Main Street at Disneyland. This faithful replica by ERTL beautifully recreates this iconic vehicle, and comes in its original box and packaging. The original box measures 3.5”x6” and 2.75” deep. The condition is very good with some expected wear to the box. The packaging has been opened but is all original. The model can act as a bank, and the original key is included. $500-$750
790. “Haunted Mansion” Caretaker’s Dog Maquette. (Disneyland, c.1960s) An incredibly rare maquette of the scared dog that accompanies the caretaker within the graveyard scene of Disneyland’s “Haunted Mansion”. This very rare maquette was created in hand-painted resin with metal foot supports. While the color palette of the dog has changed over time, his familiar body position, with his tail between his legs, worried expression, and right foot back, has remained nearly identical throughout the years to this model. The maquette measures 3.5”x3”, including the metal supports, and is in good to very good condition, with some chipping and wear from use. Original character models for the “Haunted Mansion” are some of the rarest and most sought-after Disneyland collectibles, with this example representing a humorous and beloved part of the fan-favorite attraction. $3,000-$5,000
791. “Motor Boat Cruise” Silkscreened Lamppost Shield. (Disneyland, 1959) A stunning original hand-silkscreened color lamppost shield for Disneyland’s “Submarine Voyage” attraction. As part of the 1959 “re-opening” of Disneyland, the “Submarine Voyage” and its iconic nautical imagery can be seen in this beautiful shield. Although not as wellknown as the attraction posters, and certainly more rare, shields like these were placed throughout the park and advertised many of the most popular attractions with bright and vivid colors and striking imagery. The shield has an image size of approximately 25”x22” within its 35”x31” frame. The condition appears to be very good; unexamined out of frame. $5,000-$6,000
792. “Aladdin’s Oasis” Magic Lamp Prop. (Disneyland, c.1990s-2000s) A brass prop genie lamp from Disneyland’s popular “Aladdin’s Oasis” restaurant. This lamp was created in sturdy brass and has a hollow center that leads through the neck of the lamp which would allow steam to come out when the Genie appears. Few props from this former location are as iconic of both the animated film and the restaurant as this lamp. The prop measures 6”x11.5” and the condition is very good with some minor wear from use. $1,500-$2,000
793. Monorail “Mark I” Limited Edition Replica. (Disneyland, 2005) As part of Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, artists from Disney partnered with Master Replicas to create this limited edition die-cast red Monorail. Complete with working headlights, taillights, and top beacon, the replica was released in an edition size of only 1,959 pieces in a nod to the debut year of Disneyland’s Monorail. The model itself measures 22” long and comes with a custom display stand with plaque. The condition is very good with some minor paint chipping and wear. The stand has a removable metal pin that reads “Monorail”. $500-$800
794. “Country Bear Jamboree” Big Al Big Figurine. (Disneyland, 2005) A large “big fig” of Big Al from Disneyland’s “Country Bear Jamboree” attraction. The figure was designed by Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily for Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, and is accomplished in resin and metal with actual guitar strings. Big Al measures 19” tall and is in very good condition with some scuffs from previous display. It is uncertain if this figure once had a prop jar of moonshine along the base, as some apparently did. $500-$800
795. “Nightmare Before Christmas” Oogie Boogie Figure. (Disneyland, c.2005) A large figure of Oogie Boogie from “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. This “big fig” was issued as an exclusive by The Walt Disney Gallery, and was created in resin. The figure stands 19” tall, and the condition is very good with minor wear from previous display. $500-$800
796. Jim Crow “Dumbo” Store Display Figure. (Disney, 1991) A large figure of Jim Crow from Disney’s “Dumbo”. This figure is believed to have been used as a store display to promote a new VHS release of “Dumbo” in 1991. The back of the figure has a “The Walt Disney Co.” copyright for 1991, which marked the 50th anniversary of the animated film. Accomplished in painted resin, the figure measures 18” tall and is in good condition with some scuffing and wear from use, including a broken tail. The right foot has a metal rod where it would have been secured for display. $1,500-$2,000
797. Tele-Tone Portable Record Player. (Tele-Tone, c.1970s) A portable record player created by TeleTone with highly stylized and unusual imagery based on “Peter Pan”, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, and “The Gingerbread Man”. This player is believed to have been created to accompany the release of a record by Peter Pan Records featuring these three stories. As rare as the records are themselves, these players are even rarer. It’s difficult to miss the Disney-inspiration behind the imagery on the 9.5”x12.25” and 4.5” tall player. The condition appears to be very good, with some edge-wear and a missing needle. Functionality has not been tested and the item is being sold as is. $400-$600
798. Tomorrowland 1959 Tin-Litho Coin Bank. (Disneyland, 1959) A rare tin-litho and molded plastic coin bank produced in the opening year of the 1959 New Tomorrowland. One can peer through an opening on the toy’s base and see underwater renderings based on the attraction. Considered by many as one of the top Disneyland toys of all-time, the bank measures 7.5”x5.75” and 2.5” thick. The condition is good with some wear to the paint, a missing stopper on the base, and some curving to the tin backing. $400-$600
799. Collection of (5) Disneyland Lunch Boxes. (Disneyland, c.1950s-70s) A collection of (5) lunch boxes featuring some of the most popular park attractions and Disney characters. Four of these lunch boxes are from Disneyland, and one is from the Magic Kingdom. Some of the prominent imagery seen throughout includes Sleeping Beauty Castle, “It’s a Small World”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, the “Submarine Voyage”, and much more. The boxes measure approximately 8”x8” each, but vary slightly in size. The condition is very good overall, with minor wear throughout include some scuffs and rust around the edges of some of the metal lunch boxes. The “It’s a Small World” lunch box is a flexible plastic and does not include a thermos, while the others are metal and contain their thermos. $750-$1,000
800. Shag Disneyland 50th Anniversary Park Map Box. (Disneyland, 2005) A Disneyland map keepsake box designed by the artist Shag for the park’s 50th anniversary. The box features some of Disneyland’s most iconic landmarks in Shag’s familiar style, and notes the anniversary event on the base. The box measures 6.5”x10” and 4.5” tall, and the condition is very good. $500-$750
801. “Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride” Attraction Vehicle Model. (Disneyland, 2005) A beautiful limited edition model of an attraction vehicle from “Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride”. This model reads “Toady” on the front and includes a wooden base with a plaque that notes the 50th Anniversary of the attraction. The model is accomplished in resin in an edition of only 200. The model measures approximately 5” tall including its base, and is in very good condition with minor wear from previous display. $500-$750
802. Collection of (5) Disneyland Snow Globes. (Disneyland, c.1960s) A collection of (5) souvenir snow globes based on Disneyland and its attractions. The collection includes three smaller snow globes with variant color schemes and similar Sleeping Beauty Castle imagery with a dangling Tinker Bell charm. There are also two larger bottle-style snow globes; one based on “Pirates of the Caribbean”, and the other based on the Disneyland Hotel and “Monorail”. Two of the globes still retain some of the original water. The snow globes range in size from the 2” tall castle globes, to the 6.25” long Hotel globe. The set is in overall good condition with minor wear from use. $300-$500
803. Disneyland (7) Charm Bracelet in Box. (Disneyland, 1960s) A souvenir charm bracelet featuring (7) Disneyland attraction-themed charms. The chain measures 7” long and the bracelet is in good condition. The bracelet comes in its original box blue clam-shell box with a Disneyland logo on the top of the interior lining. $300-$500
805. Main Street Disneyland Trashcan. (Disneyland, c.1980s-90s) An original metal trashcan from Disneyland’s Main Street. This style of trashcan was themed for Main Street in a dark green color with white and gold accents. The text “Waste Please” is written on both the front and back sides. The trashcan measures approximately 20.25”x21.25” and 42.5” tall, and is in good condition with some paint wear and scuffing throughout from use. On one side, the letter “P” has worn off. $800-$1,200
804. Sleeping Beauty Castle Disneyland Compact. (Disneyland, c.1955) A square, silver version of the original Disneyland compact with gold-tone accents, featuring Sleeping Beauty Castle imagery engraved on the top. The compact is double-clasped, and includes a gauze-sifter, powder puff, and lipstick holder. The compact is missing its inner mirror. The compact measures 2.5”x3.5” and 0.8” tall, and is in good condition with a brilliant luster and minor wear. $300-$500
806. “Enchanted Tiki Room” Barker Bird Limited Edition. (Disneyland, 2005) A limited edition replica of the “Barker Bird” animatronic figure from Disneyland’s “Enchanted Tiki Room”. This replica was created by Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily and was made from the original molds of Imagineer Blaine Gibson’s sculpt from the early 1960s. This figure is made of resin, wood, metal, glass, fabric, and feathers, and faithfully recreates the memorable character from the attraction in a limited edition of only 1500 pieces. The figure measures 23” tall including the base, and the condition is very good with a few small nicks from previous display. $1,000-$1,500
Too many great pieces to imagine...or remember! This supplement includes over 20 additional items from Richard Kraft's collection that he f...
Published on Aug 10, 2018
Too many great pieces to imagine...or remember! This supplement includes over 20 additional items from Richard Kraft's collection that he f...