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Disney Posters & Prints
Movie posters and prints from Walt Disney are highly sought after by today’s collectors. Those who covet animation cels often collect early movie posters and prints, as their survival rate is very limited. As with any paper product, condition, fold marks, tape damage, or any other noted issues dictate value on the open market today.
As Disney became a huge success in the ‘30s, so did costs associated with production. Walt Disney mortgaged his home during the late ‘30s to assist in the production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” His gamble paid off, as the production blew through its budget and cost the studio $1.5 million, but became a top-grossing film. After its premiere on December, 21, 1937, “Snow White” was the highest-grossing film in history until it was unseated by “Gone With the Wind” in 1939.
A rare Mickey Mouse one-sheet poster from 1928 titled “The World Funniest Cartoon Character” sold at Heritage Auctions in November 2012 for $101,575
A “Rocket to the Moon” Disneyland park poster from 1956 presented to visitors before entering the ride sold at a Van Eaton Galleries auction in November 2015 for $28,750
A one-sheet poster for “The Klondike Kid” sold at Heritage Auctions in November 2005 for $57,500
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