Van Eaton Galleries Announce "Remembering Disneyland" Auction Results

vcsPRAsset_531423_106591_c1c6d5a4-a891-47e6-bca9-f321f053b643_0.jpgLos Angeles, CA - “Remembering Disneyland,” a highly-anticipated public auction of over 800 rare and original items chronicling the history of Disneyland took  place on Saturday,  December 16th at Van  Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks,  California. Highlight results have been announced.

Highlights of the auction include a rare original 1954 Disneyland Prospectus which sold for $10,600; an original Main St. Keystone Cop costume which sold for $6,900; an original Elephant Maquette from The Jungle Cruise which sold for $12,075; the Guy Williams “Zorro” worn costume which sold for $28,750;  a rare Rainbow Caverns Attraction poster which sold for $16,100; A “Tower of Terror” Room Key Cabinet which sold for $12,650; a “Tower of Terror” Lobby Television Prop which sold for $13,800 and a Disneyland  Vinylmation Display which sold for $13,800. More results will be posted to the website.

“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.”

For over 60 years, Walt Disney’s Disneyland has influenced popular culture and built generations of loyal enthusiasts across the globe. Fans and collectors of Disney memorabilia have made everything from simple toys to actual props and artwork from the parks among the hottest collectibles in the world to date.  

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