Create Your Own Disney Store at Home With These Displays!

 Remember visiting the Disney Store in the 1990s? The popular store in malls everywhere was, in a word, magical. Lifesize statues of your favorite Disney characters adorned the walls, clips from movies played in the store, and don't forget the tower of stuffed animals! The Disney Store from the 1990s has evolved and significantly changed, with many of the fun statues and displays gone from most stores. These have become hard to find collector's items, but Heritage Auction House has three for auction right now! 

The Seven Dwarfs Store Display features all seven of the famous dwarfs from the landmark animated movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. They're all here, in recreation from the scene inside their home where Dopey dances with Snow White. This has a range of measurements, with the dwarfs ranging from 27" to 30", with the Pipe organ standing at approximately 32" x 28".

Create Your Own Disney Store
Disney Store display

Next is this adorable Pluto and Donald Duck Display. This one I did see as a child, and it brings back such happy, beautiful memories. Donald and Pluto look to be in a good mood, and both are in excellent condition. Pluto's tail and ears also come off, making him easy to transport! Donald and Pluto both stand at 32" tall.

Create Your Own Disney Store
Disney Store display

Last we have the Donald Duck and Pete Store Display. Pete and Donald look like they're having a slight argument while filming, but I'm sure they can work things out. Each figure stands at 3 feet tall, and these are in very good condition. All three displays are still relatively affordable and would make great pieces in your living room.

Create Your Own Disney Store
Disney Store display

Are you interested in trying your luck on one of these rare, hard to find items? You will need a Heritage account. But don't worry — they're free! Plus, you never know what other fun goodies you may find on Heritage. Good luck and happy bidding.

About Baltimore Lauren

I like pinball machines, Archie Comics, and bad movies. Sometimes I write about old books for the heck of it. Follow me on Twitter: @BaltimoreLauren

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