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Plus original paintings, posters, furniture, and more from park insiders.

Andrea Romano
December 15, 2017

Certain pieces of Disneyland’s 60-year legacy are going up for sale at the Remembering Disneyland auction, which will take place at Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks, California, on Dec. 16.

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The collection contains 800 pieces, including several early original paintings used in the design of Sleeping Beauty Castle, an extremely rare Rainbow Caverns attraction poster, original signs from the Haunted Mansion attraction, and an original 1967 Autopia car body.

Other items are for buyers with more niche interests, like cast member I.D. badges or hotel room furniture. Parts of the collection are from Walt Disney World, EPCOT, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. Many pieces are estimated at around a $3,000-$5,000 value, but some are expected to go for upwards of $60,000. 

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The collection is a peek into the wondrous history of Disneyland and Disney Studios, taking the the rarest and most prized historical Disney items from around the world.

"This is a very special collection because most of the items in it come from people that actually worked at the park, or had a hand in creating it," Mike Van Eaton, co-founder of Van Eaton Galleries, said. 

If you’re a Disney lover who wants to own a piece of pop culture history, this could be your change to grab it before it’s going, going, gone.

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