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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Hi Dave, I have a rubber Pluto, His head can turn all around, he squeaks when you squeeze him. Marking on belly is a circle and a c in the middle Walt Disney Productions and a circle on the end. under that says, made in Japan. Can you tell me the value

ANSWER:
Typically, Pluto doesn't hold a strong value among collectors. In addition, rubber items tend to deteriorate over time, and collectors tend to avoid much competition for these squeakers.

Still, Pluto maintains some popularity, though the squeakers tend to sell for $5 to $15. This item was likely produced in the 60's or 70's.

Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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I have a 1965 advertising insert from the (now-defunct) Los Angeles Herald Examiner touting Disneyland's "tencennail celebration". On the cover is an intro by Walt, & inside there are photos of current & planned attractions. The back page is interesting, it lists admission prices- $5.00 for Deluxe adult admission, also the summer '65 schedule of performers, mostly big bands, including Harry James,Woody Herman, + Duke Ellington. Also there's an ad on how to redeem S&H green stamps for free admission. Any ideas on it's value? I can't imagine many people would have saved these, but you never know. Thank you in advance, Dave!

ANSWER:
This piece is fairly common on eBay, and often sells for $10 - $25. In our estimation, it's a undervalued treasure, and could be worth $50 - $75 in the near future. It's a wonderful time capsule of information.

Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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question - any idea on when these were produced? they have the original Fantasia stickers on them. I do not think they were ever used. Is there any value to them?

ANSWER:
See post #560. Likely from late 1950's / early 1960's.
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Dave;
I am so sorry, I do not know how I missed you initial reply. Thank you so very much.
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Hi Dave! A friend found this wonderful bull figurine, and if that isn't Ferdinand, it's a great impersonator! It's unmarked, measures 7 1/4" -- and has that "California pottery look"........Any clues? Thanks!
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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hello can anyone give me any info on some disney's glasses i have, they are marked 1937 W.D. Ent. They are Minnie Mouse playing tennis, MickeyMouse playing baseball, Donald Duck playing football and Pluto running, they are 4 1/4" tall and all graphic are in black. I tried finding out what they are worth with no luck.
Thrill-Seeker

Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
Hi Dave! A friend found this wonderful bull figurine, and if that isn't Ferdinand, it's a great impersonator! It's unmarked, measures 7 1/4" -- and has that "California pottery look"........Any clues? Thanks!

ANSWER:
Disney made several version of Ferdinand during the 1930's / 1940's, but this isn't one of them. It may be Ferdinand, though. The Munroe Leaf storybook character was licensed differently throughout the world, and we understand that several non-Disney companies also made these figurines. Though there isn't much demand for the non-Disney figures, they're still a nice remembrance of those early years.
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
hello can anyone give me any info on some disney's glasses i have, they are marked 1937 W.D. Ent. They are Minnie Mouse playing tennis, MickeyMouse playing baseball, Donald Duck playing football and Pluto running, they are 4 1/4" tall and all graphic are in black. I tried finding out what they are worth with no luck.

ANSWER:
The glasses tend to sell for $15 - $25 each, even though they're almost 70 years old! We'd call them an underappreciated Disney bargain!

Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Dear Mr. Mason,
I have some kind of old Donald Duck Felt doll wearing a very elaborate Scottish costume. I have no idea who the maker is or the value of this unique treasure is. I went over to the Disneyana message board (have not gotten 1 reply) and to the Doll Message board. The doll message board has been helping me try to solve the mystery of this doll. We have no idea and they told me to consult you because you are an expert.

ANSWER:
It's hard to say without a picture... but it could be from Richard G. Krueger of New York (1940); or Knickerbocker Toys (1938 - 1940).

Values vary widely depending upon age, brand, and condition.

Let me know if you're able to send a photo.

Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Dear Mr Mason,
I have a small black record that I need help identifying what it is and possible value. The record has no label but etched in the plastic/vinyl is "A-1" in small letters followed by Touchdown Mickey. The other side is A-2 Dance of the Leopard Boys. Could this be part of a Disney movie jecktor set (if so, I don't have the projector or the film)? The record appears to be in decent shape but I haven't played it since I was young. Also, I'm familiar with Touchdown Mickey but don't recognize Dance of the Leopard Boys. Any information would be great!

Thank you,
Natalie
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I have a gumball machine that is full sized that dispensed Disney Character Charms for 5 cents, I'm guessing it's from around 1960. Can you tell me what that might be worth?
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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I have a very old mickey mouse kaleidascope that i would like to get some info on.It has all old style art on it.The characters on it are mickey,goofy,donald duck,pluto,minnie mouse,and the nephews and nieces of donald,and 2 little mickey mouse boys with a little gold crown looking hats.there in a wooded setting looking for barried treasure.If you want some pics e-mail me and ask.i would be more than happy to.thanks for you're time.
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I have a small black record that I need help identifying what it is and possible value. The record has no label but etched in the plastic/vinyl is "A-1" in small letters followed by Touchdown Mickey. The other side is A-2 Dance of the Leopard Boys. Could this be part of a Disney movie jecktor set (if so, I don't have the projector or the film)? The record appears to be in decent shape but I haven't played it since I was young. Also, I'm familiar with Touchdown Mickey but don't recognize Dance of the Leopard Boys. Any information would be great!

ANSWER:
These old records aren't in strong demand today, but can often sell for $10 - $25; usually to help another collector complete their set. It could well be from a set as you describe...

Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I have a very old mickey mouse kaleidascope that i would like to get some info on.It has all old style art on it.The characters on it are mickey,goofy,donald duck,pluto,minnie mouse,and the nephews and nieces of donald,and 2 little mickey mouse boys with a little gold crown looking hats.there in a wooded setting looking for barried treasure.If you want some pics e-mail me and ask.i would be more than happy to.thanks for you're time.

ANSWER:
The kaleidascope could be from the 1960's; most popular when Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color used a kaleidascope image to serve as a bumper prior to beginning each segment of the television program. If it's from that era, it's likely worth $40 - $75.

Dave Mason
for Saturday's Toys
www.SaturdaysToys.com
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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QUESTION:
I have a gumball machine that is full sized that dispensed Disney Character Charms for 5 cents, I'm guessing it's from around 1960. Can you tell me what that might be worth?

ANSWER:
It's unlikely that the gumball machine would have a premium value simply because of what it dispensed. If there is a unique Disney design to the dispenser, we would be glad to help evaluate the item. Feel free to forward pictures for review.

Thanks,
Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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I see you have alot of disney items...I have a full book of magic kingdom club tickets cover included...where can I find a true value of these.

ANSWER:
It all depends upon the date of the item; and the condition. MKC ticket books, with admission ticket would likely sell for:

1960's: $100 - $125
1970's: $60 - $75
1980's: $50 - $60

Hope that's helpful...
Dave Mason
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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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I have these two Mickey Mouse toys and on the back they both have this:

"an ILLCO ® Pre-school Toy. © Walt Disney Productions”.

Made in Macau


No years though.

QUESTION:
What are the years (approx.) of these two Mickey Mouse ILLCO toys?

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What are the years (approx.) of these two Mickey Mouse ILLCO toys?

ANSWER:
They would have been produced between 1973 and 1987. This company also operated under the names of: Illfelder Toy Co., Inc.; Illco Int'l. Ltd.; and Illco Toy Co. USA Ltd (New York City)

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Vintage Walt Disney & Disneyland Collectibles

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Hello,

Did the "American Pottery" located in East Liverpool, Ohio, ever produce Disney ceramic figurines? Or was the "American Pottery" company owned by Evan Shaw, located in Los Angeles, the only company of that name to do so?

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