5 Unique Disney Park Items You Can Bid on Right Now

Heritage Auction House has many unique and exciting Disney Parks memorabilia up for auction. It can be a little overwhelming browsing through their catalog, so I've rounded up the five best items you could bid on during this auction period. There's a little bit of everything — from uniforms to vintage items, so we hope you enjoy this list!

5 Unique Disney Park Items you can Bid On Right Now!
Disney Theme Parks Transportation Cast Member Costume from Heritage Auction House.

If you visited the Walt Disney World Resort between the 1990s – 2000s, you likely saw this costume on a few of the transportation cast members. This 3XL shirt was worn by a transportation cast member, and would be a unique and interesting addition to any Disney Park collection!

5 Unique Disney Park Items you can Bid On Right Now!
Walt Disney World Park Displays from Heritage Auction House.

These display signs from Walt Disney World are a rare treat — after all, they weren't available for the public to buy! This set includes a sign from Donald Duck's 50th birthday from 1984, and a WDW 15th-anniversary celebration sign from 1986. The condition for both of these signs is good, and they would look great on your wall! 

Disneyland Resort and Hotel New Employee Letter and Intro Package from Heritage Auction House.

Ever wanted to know what it was like to onboard with the famous Disneyland Hotel? Well, wonder no more! This set, dated from November 20, 1990, and includes "…a cast member welcome letter and name badge, "Marc" along with two Disneyland Hotel buttons." This is truly a unique item for your Disney Park collection!

Walt Disney Signed Check from Heritage Auction House.
Walt Disney Signed Check from Heritage Auction House.

This exceptionally rare and one of a kind item is none other than a check signed by Walt Disney. This Bank of America check for $400 is from 1948, a few years before Disneyland opened its gates. 

Mickey Mouse Sorcerer's Apprentice Statue from Walt Disney World Resorts Millennial Celebration from Heritage Auction House.

Here's something you certainly don't see every day. This 7 foot tall Mickey Mouse was used in the Walt Disney World Resort for the Millennial Celebration. Only four of these were made, making them a truly rare collector's item. These were for the public to buy, but seldom do you see one up for sale. 

Of course, Heritage has a number of exceptional items for you to look at. Are you interested in bidding? You'll need a Heritage account, but accounts are free, and you never know what other goodies you may find. Good luck, and happy bidding!

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