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Walt Disney Production figurines have become a highly collected item. Though the introduction of figurines did not take off until the release of “Fantasia” in 1940, WWII stimied collecting until after the war. During the ‘60s and ‘70s, many of the figurines offered by Disney were produced in Japan under the Disney Production Inc. name.
Today, an endless stream of Disney figurines is offered through the Walt Disney Classics Collection (WDCC). This collection includes items that were never produced early on. Figures are produced in ceramic, plastic, bronze, and sterling silver. Items offered by WDCC are collected by millions through a membership program offered online. Many discontinued WDCC figurines are highly collected today and often command hefty prices.
Walt Disney set out to reward employees in his in later years, creating unique bronzed spelter statues for 25 years of service. Collectors today seek figurines made by Goebel, Swarovski, Lladro, and other high-end makers of Disney. Additionally, large display model figures from The Disney Store, which were common in American and European malls, are now a highly sought-after item on the secondary market.
A cast and crew exclusive Elsa Maquette figurine from the movie “Frozen” sold on eBay in February 2015 for $2,247
A rare figurine group “Far Out Safari” by Carl Barks showing Huey, Duey, and Luey on a raging rhino sold at Philip Weiss Auctions in 2007 for $13,800
A group of 75 specially designed Mickey Mouse figures created and designed by various artists and celebrities to celebrate Mickey’s 75th anniversary sold at Sotheby’s in September 2005