20 pieces of vintage Disneyland were auctioned off and here’s what people paid for them
How much would you pay for an original piece of vintage Disneyland? How about a “Zorro” costume worn by Guy Williams for $28,750? Or an original prospectus for potential investors in Disneyland, which fetched $10,600? Those were some of the hundreds of memorabilia items sold at the “Remembering Disneyland” auction earlier this month in Sherman Oaks.
Hundreds of bidders from around the world went online, called in by phone or bid in person during the 7-hour Van Eaton Galleries auction on Dec. 16 of Disneyland items owned by former cast members and early designers.
“There was something for everyone in this auction. It was also very special because most of the items in it came from people that actually worked at the park, or had a hand in creating it,” said Mike Van Eaton, Co-Founder of Van Eaton Galleries. “Next year we will be hosting several more Disney related auctions offering rare and unique items from the “Happiest Place on Earth.”
What sold for the most money? Here are some of the results:
1. A “room key cabinet” from the former Tower of Terror attraction at Disney California Adventure: $12,650
This original lobby prop key cabinet from the Tower of Terror attraction at Disney California Adventure sold at auction Dec. 16, 2017 for $12,650. Photo and description courtesy of Van Eaton Galleries, Sherman Oaks.
2. An original elephant model from The Jungle Cruise sold for $12,075
This original model for creation of the elephants on Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise sold for $12,075 on Dec. 16, 2017. Photo courtesy of the Van Eaton Galleries, Sherman Oaks.
3. An original Main Street Keystone Cops costume sold […]