Make Ducky Finds at a Disney-Themed Auction

"A Brief History of the Walt Disney Studios" items are now on view at the Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks.

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"A Brief History of Walt Disney Studios," An Exhibition and Auction is on view at Van Eaton Galleries through July 7, Tuesday through Saturday. A Pluto character head and a Donald character head, once seen around Disneyland Park, are both open for bids.
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"A Brief History of Walt Disney Studios," An Exhibition and Auction is on view at Van Eaton Galleries through July 7, Tuesday through Saturday. A Pluto character head and a Donald character head, once seen around Disneyland Park, are both open for bids.
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One of the treasures sure to be sought after by fans? A Disney animator's desk from the 1940s. The start bid is set at $10,000.
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Mickey mavens'll swoon over this Salesman Sample Writing Tablet from the '30s.
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A 1934 Colson tricycle, green and bearing the visage of Mickey Mouse, is cute and old-fashioned. Eight hundred dollars is the start price.
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A 1953 document showing the Disneyland boundary is part of the collection.
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And a foreboding tree prop from Snow White's Scary Adventures, circa 1955.
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Calling all Indy fans: A wait time sign that once stood outside The Temple of the Forbidden Eye might be yours, for the right bid.
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A number of vintage photographs, like this one (title: Walt and the Rancheros), are ready to go to the highest bidders.
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Railroad buffs will choo-choo for this piece of backyard railroad track from Walt Disney's Carolwood Pacific Railroad. Estimates predict this amazing find'll go for $50,000-$60,000.
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And this Laugh-O-Gram stock certificate will also be a huge draw at the auction.
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The auction happens online and live on July 7, but you can peruse items now at the Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks or online at the Van Eaton Galleries site.
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