Have you ever wanted to own a piece of the parks? You can! Keep reading to find out how!
Did you know it’s possible to bring an element from the parks into your home? Yep! We’ve got all the deets on the auction that lets you own real park pieces!
Van Eaton Galleries is putting on another auction for Disney memorabilia. The California-based company has announced its “Rediscovering Disneyland” event, scheduled for May 22-23. This event features almost 1200 items from both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, despite the Disneyland nod in the name.
“Highlights of this collection include a loan agreement signed by Walt Disney and his wife Lillian Disney in 1954 relating to $60,000 Walt borrowed against his own life insurance policy in order to build Disneyland, an Mark VII Autopia Vehicle Body, vintage cast member wardrobe from Club 33, a hand-crafted mosaic display that was once part of Sleeping Beauty Castle, hand-written and signed sheet music for It’s a Small World by the Sherman Brothers.”
There are so many pieces to look through, and a digital catalog is available here.
EPCOT fans, bring home this park element! This Figment figure is available, and it’s expected to sell for a whopping $15,000-$20,000! Though Van Eaton is not 100% sure what this figure was used for, it is thought to have been used for portions of EPCOT’s Journey Into Imagination With Figment attraction. Props like these are rare, so this find is extra cool!
Maybe your heart is with Disneyland instead? No worries, Van Eaton has plenty for you to choose from! Take a look at this mosaic piece that used to be part of Sleeping Beauty Castle!
Whether you’d rather own a piece of Disneyland or WDW, we’re sure you can find a piece perfect for your home at this auction. Be sure to browse through the digital catalog and get your free tickets for the live-streamed auction on May 22-23!
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Which piece of Disney memorabilia are you dying to get your hands on? Let us know in the comments!