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Walt Disney's daughter Diane Disney Miller shows Phil Sears items in the collection of the Walt Disney Family Museum.  

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Walt Disney Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Canvas

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Jim Salvati captures Walt so perfectly it's as if he's talking to us from his office!  A striking limited edition giclee, printed onto canvas, and then hand embellished with painted accents.  Numbered and signed by artist Jim Salvati, this is # 123 of 195. 

Jim Salvati has been a prolific artist for movie studios and theaters, with a client list that includes Disney, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Radio City Music Hall. He was the master illustrator and conceptual artist behind many of the memorable images and finished paintings associated with the "Harry Potter" films.

"Even with my Disney art, I think it's important to show who a person or character is and what is the most interesting part of their life the part that is bold and has guts."  Character and boldness can be observed in the scenes that Salvati chooses to depict.  Working in oil paint, Salvati uses panel and sometimes mounted paper preferring the option of layering paint to create a lot of texture, as he feels that an uneven surface adds to the emotion of the story. "My paintings are extremely thick and layered and oil allows me the time I need to play with the color," he says.

This bold giclee, created in 2006 and long since sold out, measures 20" x 15."  This canvas print is unframed and will be shipped gently rolled.  Includes the Disney Certificate of Authenticity.  Item # 1362, $649
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1962 Disneyland Ticket

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A March 1962 Adult Disneyland ticket "Good for admission for one day to Disneyland and all its wonderful adventures and attractions."  The price for all that fun in 1962?  $4.50!  Ticket measures 6 inches long.  Some writing on reverse, otherwise excellent condition.  Item # 7405, $249

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Retlaw employee Identification Card 

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Disney theme park train aficionados probably already know that there was a time when the Sante Fe & Disneyland Railroad and the Disneyland Alweg Monorail weren't owned by Disneyland, but by Walt Disney's personal company, Retlaw Enterprises.  Walt Disney created WED Enterprises in December 1952 to oversee the design of Disneyland.  He also assigned the rights to his name and likeness to the company and eventually ownership of the Disneyland Railroad and Disneyland Monorail, which he personally owned.  WED (now called Walt Disney Imagineering) was sold to the Walt Disney Productions in January 1965.  But not included in that sale were the rights to Walt Disney's name and ownership of the Disneyland Railroad and Disneyland Monorail.  On February 5, 1965, he assigned those properties to a new company, Retlaw Enterprises (Walter spelled backwards).  Finally, in 1982, the Disney family sold the naming rights and rail-based attractions to the Disney Studio.  Retlaw continued operations with a small office in Los Angeles managing the Disney family's television stations and real estate holdings.  In 1999 Retlaw sold its remaining 11 television stations, and in 2005 the remaining divisions of Retlaw officially became part of the Walt Disney Family Foundation, a non-profit organization led by Diane Disney Miller.  This is a genuine Retlaw employee I.D. card featuring the official Retlaw mirrored "R" logo.   A rare artifact of the company Walt Disney created to take care of his family.  Credit-card size, on heavy paper; in like-new condition.  We have several, so the number shown on the card may vary.  Item # 3700, $179

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Phil Sears with Disney Imagineer Rolly Crump

 

 

Walt Disney 1968 Postage Stamp First Day Cover
Cancelled in Marceline, Missouri  
   

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In September of 1968, at a special ceremony in Walt Disney's boyhood home of Marceline, Missouri, the Governor, the Postmaster General, and Walt's brother Roy O. Disney dedicated the first and only Walt Disney U.S. Postage stamp.  On that same day the post office issued these official envelopes, each bearing the six cent Walt Disney stamp, and cancelled in Marceline, MO, home of the original Main Street, USA.  This envelope is in mint condition, just as it was first issued over 45 years ago.  Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 shipping but for U.S. shipments we will refund $4.00 on this lightweight item.  Item # 1153, $29.95

 

 

 

 

 1968 Walt Disney U.S. Postage Stamps

In 1968 Walt Disney was honored posthumously with a U. S. postage stamp during a ceremony in his boyhood home of Marceline, MO. Roy Disney accepted the honor from the Postmaster General and the Governor of Missouri. I offer here an unused block of four of those sought-after stamps, 34 years after their issue. In new condition.  Set of four Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 U.S. shipping but we will refund $4.00 on this lightweight item for U.S. shipments.  Item # 1156, $19.95

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for Walt Disney autographs you own or are thinking

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An Actual Piece of Walt Disney's First Hollywood Workshop

When Walt Disney came to Hollywood in 1923, he roomed at his uncle Robert's house at 4406 Kingswell Avenue. He built an animation stand in his uncle's garage, and worked on an animated reel of cartoon jokes which he tried to sell to the Pantages Theater Company.

The garage-turned-studio was sold in 1982 and moved to the Garden Grove Historical Society, and has been on permanent display there for the past thirty+ years, just a few miles from Disneyland.

Leading the 1982 team that purchased and moved the garage was Disney employee and fan Arthur Adler. When the garage was moved, Adler saved the small pieces of wood that splintered off the garage during dismantling. These pieces, which were too small to be used in the restoration of the garage, are now available for sale to Walt Disney fans who appreciate the significance of having a little bit of Walt's first Hollywood workshop/studio as part of their personal collection.  

Authenticity: The saving of Walt Disney's garage from demolition, the moving of it to its current location, and the sale of the remnant pieces to me is documented in the Walt Disney history book, "Walt Disney's Garage of Dreams" by Arthur Adler, show at left. (The book is not included with this purchase, but is available on Amazon.)  On page 41 Adler mentions that he got too old to sell the pieces himself, he sold them to me, Phil Sears. Every piece includes my Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate.

Also included is 15 page package of photocopied documentation prepared by Adler. It includes a short history of him saving the garage, a copy of a letter from the Disney Studio Archives, and some newspaper clippings.  The wood itself measures approximately 1" in length. Each piece, being original, will vary of course. The book "Walt Disney's Garage of Dreams" is not included. This purchase includes the wood artifact, the Certificate of Authenticity, and Adler's 15 page photocopied history packet. Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 shipping but for U.S. shipments we will refund $4.00 on this lightweight item.  Item # 6000, $29.95

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