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Community Member
Posts: 22
Registered: ‎08-14-2006

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
Hi--me again! Maybe no one knew anything about my Sun Rubber dwarfs because they are not made by Sun! Duh! They are made by Seiberling Rubber. Still looking for information on the value. May want to sell them. Thanks.
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Registered: ‎04-13-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Good Morning. I was wondering if you could tell me where to find the date on my Disney lamp. I have a Dumbo, Stuffed and he is gray in color, Pink ears, with blue hat. The light stick comes up the middle of his body. He doses sit on A white film can. ( 16mm, 400ft. made by Compco Chicago, ILL. USA.) I am wondering why there is no date, and what the estimate then and now current value is. I would appreciate any help you could give me.
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Registered: ‎04-13-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Hello! I have 3 very small Walt Disney Productions figures that were given to me as a child in the late 50's or early 60's. They really have got me confused as they are identical to the Disneykins that were made by Marx toy company. They bear the same HK model numbers on the end of the boxes as the same characters of Disneykins. They are called Elegant Miniatures on the side of the box, same as Disneykins. The boxes look almost identical with two exceptions. The word Disneykins is not on the front. The word Disney's is and on the end it doesn't say Marx but a circle logo with the letters ELM inside the circle. Did ELM stand for E L Marx by any chance or is it a different company? Do you know why the differences? I know they were purchased at a grocery store chain. Could you tell me approximately what they might be worth at auction? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!!!
luckdragon
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Registered: ‎05-30-2011

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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I have an old Mickey Mouse Hand Puppet made by Character Novelty Company, of South Norwalk Connecticut, a Disney licensee from 1940-1947. I have been unable to find out any information about him beyound that. I was wondering if he is complete or if he is missing a hat or other items.
You can see a photo at: >http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k195/abugdoc/MickeyMouse.jpg
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Posts: 22
Registered: ‎08-14-2006

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
Good Morning all you Disney lovers! I'm still looking for info on my Sun Rubber dwarfs dated 1937 or 1938 copyright by Walt Disney. (I think 1937, but I am going to have to get some younger eyes to read them for me.) The dwarfs are solid hard rubber, molded and painted like in the original movie. Snow White was hollow and melted long ago. They were given to me when I was an infant and have been played with. I have only seen one other set--in the museum at Disney World, Florida. I have looked through books, and different research options on the internet with no luck. Surely there were more than 2 sets made!! Thanks for any input.
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Registered: ‎12-28-2006

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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:-D Hi everyone i was left in my great grandmothers will a dated walt disney 1936 or 38 bisque/cork dopey bank.That date is at the backside botton at the rim.The bank in 7 inches tall and has a metal key latch at the bottom and dopey has his name across the coin slot drum he's holding?His name is in red as are his shoes,mouth and the thing he is holding in his right hand looks like an opened clam?His eyes are looking left and his hat has some light purple left to it.His costume is a french's mustard color yellow.Can anyone help me out with this piece?whats condition worth and how many of these still exist?thank you all for your time and help.i do not sell on ebay i only buy but would like to know can a piece like this go to a real auction and is it worth it to a disney collector?Thank's again
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Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I HAVE A BOX WITH 2 DOLLS IN IT AND THE BOX IS NEXT TO NEW WITH ONLY AN AGED LOOK AND EARLY PRINTING ON THE BOX WHICH I SENSE IS FROM THE 1940's...THE BOX SAYS WALT DISNEY'S PINOCCHIO AND THE BLUE FAIRY DOLLS..MADE BY DUTCHESS DOLL CORP.,JACKSON HEIGHTS, NY...COPYRIGHT WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS...INSIDE ARE 2-7 INCH DOLLS....1 PINOCCHIO DRESSED IN SHIRT, PANTS, VEST, TIE AND HAT AND NEXT TO HIM IS THE BLUE FAIRY WHICH HAS GOLD WINGS AND GOLD HEAD PIECE AND A LAVENDER GOWN (NOT BLUE AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT).....NEITHER PIECE HAS EVER BEEN REMOVED FROM THE BOX AND ARE IN MINT CONDITION AS IS THE BOX ITSELF...THERE IS NO INDICATION OF YEAR OF MFG...THE BOX COLOR IS BASICLY RED/WHITE/BLUE COLORS ON WHITE CARDBOARD AND HAS A CELLOPHANE WINDOW OVER THE DOLLS

ANSWER:
These dolls were produced between 1952 - 1954. The company specialized in selling dolls of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell (Disney's newest animated film at that time); with Pinocchio and the Blue Fairy being the less popular and likely more collectible from this company. Because of the pristine box, we'd estimate them at $95 - $150; possibly more in a good auction.

Dave Mason
for Saturday's Toys
www.SaturdaysToys.com
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Registered: ‎04-01-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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HI DAVE....I HAVE NO WAY TO PRODUCE A PICTURE FOR YOU BUT I WAS IN NEED OF SOME INFORMATION AND VALUE OF THE FOLLOWING ITEM.....I HAVE A BOX WITH 2 DOLLS IN IT AND THE BOX IS NEXT TO NEW WITH ONLY AN AGED LOOK AND EARLY PRINTING ON THE BOX WHICH I SENSE IS FROM THE 1940's...THE BOX SAYS WALT DISNEY'S PINOCCHIO AND THE BLUE FAIRY DOLLS..MADE BY DUTCHESS DOLL CORP.,JACKSON HEIGHTS, NY...COPYRIGHT WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS...INSIDE ARE 2-7 INCH DOLLS....1 PINOCCHIO DRESSED IN SHIRT, PANTS,
VEST, TIE AND HAT AND NEXT TO HIM IS THE BLUE FAIRY WHICH HAS GOLD WINGS AND GOLD HEAD PIECE AND A LAVENDER GOWN (NOT BLUE AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT).....NEITHER PIECE HAS EVER BEEN REMOVED FROM THE BOX AND ARE IN MINT CONDITION AS IS THE BOX ITSELF...THERE IS NO INDICATION OF YEAR OF MFG...THE BOX COLOR IS BASICLY RED/WHITE/BLUE COLORS ON WHITE CARDBOARD AND HAS A CELLOPHANE WINDOW OVER THE DOLLS.....YOUR HELP IS APPRECIATED....RAY C
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Posts: 527
Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I have the opportunity to purchase a 4-5 inch Dumbo resting on his ear figurine. I would like to make sure who made him before I invest in it. I have searched everywhere for info including the eBay pottery and glass discussion forum but have not been able to establish any maker.

My question to you comes from a 2005 question about a Dumbo that was asked on that board and I thought perhaps you could point me in the right direction for verification.

ANSWER:
This piece was made first in 1941 by Vernon Kilns; then by American Pottery (a newly developed division of Evan K. Shaw) from the same molds that Vernon used.

It was widely sold and remains in plentiful supply today. 10 years ago, this piece sold for $125 or more; but with today's competitive eBay environment, the piece is often available for $75 - $100.

Dave Mason
for Saturday's Toys
www.SaturdaysToys.com
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Posts: 527
Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I have a Mickey Mouse Club 'Push Em Car', with little wear. It looks like an open toy chest on wheels. Bought it at a flea market last year; seller had some cool stuff.

ANSWER:
We've seen these offered for $75 - $150; though we've never seen one actually sell. It's a nice piece; but very bulky and not often collected. It's easily worth those values; but may be hard to sell even at that reasonable price.
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Posts: 527
Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
Hi,i was wondering if you could help me date and value this piece? It is made of porcelain and plays "its a small world" , the bottom is marked Disney Japan "Indian Snake Charmer" and it is about 6.5" high. here are links to photos, thank you in advance.

ANSWER:
The piece looks to have been produced after 1985; and would likely be valued at $25 - $35.
Community Member
Posts: 527
Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
QUESTION:
Hi Dave I was wondering if you could give me a value on an old Disney toy that was mine from childhood. It's a light box that you trace Disney television character on. It was made by Lakeside Toys Inc. It has a 1962 copyright date and model # 0104.

ANSWER:
These often sell on eBay for $25 - $50; though the box can sometimes be worth as much as the toy.
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Posts: 9
Registered: ‎09-24-2003

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
Hello Dave:
I have a Mickey Mouse Club 'Push Em Car', with little wear. It looks like an open toy chest on wheels. Bought it at a flea market last year; seller had some cool stuff.
Thanks very much. Liz
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Registered: ‎03-03-2010

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
Hi,i was wondering if you could help me date and value this piece?
it is made of porcelain and plays "its a small world" , the bottom is marked Disney Japan "Indian Snake Charmer" and it is about 6.5" high. here are links to photos, thank you in advance.

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b267/jadestrade/disney4.jpg
http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b267/jadestrade/disneybot.jpg
http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b267/jadestrade/disney2.jpg
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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎03-11-2003

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
Hi Dave I was wondering if you could give me a value on an old Disney toy that was mine from childhood. It's a light box that you trace Disney television character on. It was made by Lakeside Toys Inc. It has a 1962 copyright date and model # 0104. I just loved this toy as a child. Thank you for any information.
Community Member
Posts: 22
Registered: ‎08-14-2006

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
I don't have a reply to anyone, but a question to all. Does anyone have any information about the 1937 or 1938 Sun Rubber Disney seven dwarfs? Am I the only one in the world that even knows they existed? I saw a set years ago in the museum in Disney World, FL.
Thanks
Community Member
Posts: 527
Registered: ‎09-17-2002

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
QUESTION:
HI...I have a ornate crown jeweled jewelry box that I was told came from Disneyland many, many years ago. It stands approximately 10" tall & approximately 24" diameter at the base. I would like to know if it did indeed come from Disneyland, how old it is, and what the price would be today.

ANSWER:
While it may have come from Disneyland, there is no way to be sure. It's not a licensed Disney product; and would carry no particular premium simply because it was sold at Disneyland. Keep checking other jewelry box collectors though... It might still have some collectible value if a manufacturer can be determined.

Dave Mason
for Saturday's Toys
www.SaturdaysToys.com
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Posts: 3
Registered: ‎03-26-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
The link for the crown jeweled jewelry box in regards to the question above.


http://auctionsuite.com/uploads/48hr_uploads/disneyjewelrybox%20copy.jpg
Community Member
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎03-26-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
The link for the crown jeweled jewelry box in regards to the question above.


http://auctionsuite.com/uploads/48hr_uploads/disneyjewelrybox%20copy.jpg
Community Member
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎03-26-2007

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

in reply to saturdaystoys
HI...I have a ornate crown jeweled jewelry box that I was told came from Disneyland many, many years ago. It stands approximately 10" tall & approximately 24" diameter at the base. I would like to know if it did indeed come from Disneyland, how old it is, and what the price would be today.
I know you need a picture...but I don't know how to do that...help Smiley Surprised)
Thanks for your time.