A huge number of unique Disneyland props and artifacts are currently available for bidding online in the “Remembering Disneyland” auction, taking place online at icollector.com and at Van Eaton Galleries. The items included in the auction span the breadth of the theme park’s 60-year history, ranging from cast member outfits to signage and more.
A free exhibition of the items is currently running until December 15, 2017; the auction itself will take place on December 16.
Highlights of the auction include an original script for The Haunted Mansion, written by Imagineer Ken Anderson. The script was written in September 1957, more than a decade before the attraction even opened, providing a rare and unique opportunity to see how the attraction would have looked during the earliest stages of development.
There’s also more than 30 items straight out of the now-retired California Adventure iteration of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. These include props such as the elevator floor indicator, the key cabinet from the hotel lobby, and even the iconic bellhop outfits that the cast members working the ride would have worn. The Tower of Terror was revamped in 2016 and was turned into Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout!.
The piece bound to fetch one of the higher prices at auction is the Fuzzball animatronic figure that was used in the production of Captain EO, the short film that ran in both Disneyland’s Tomorrowland and Epcot’s Future World and starred Michael Jackson.