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22 Pieces Of Disney History You Can Own

Your own little piece of the Walt empire.

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11. Here's one of the weirder (and kind of dubious, tbh) pieces of Disney history for sale — a drinking fountain once located outside Walt's Main Street U.S.A. apartment.

The seller claims: "This Drinking Fountian bowl & Bubbler Was LOCATED AT THE Bottom of the Stairs to Walts Personal Apartment inside The Park Behind The Fire Station on Main street, it was Shared By Employees as well as Walt Himself"


18. If you're looking for a copy of Walt's autograph, it'll cost you. A LOT. Here is an un-glamorous one, which claims to be authentic.

Though if you're after a Disney autograph, the higher priced ones come with all sorts of authenticity factors. So if you have a spare $10 or so, go for it.

20. How about a pole just like the Main Street, U.S.A. poles? This cost won't include shipping, which will be a pretty penny.

It's a bit unclear if this item was once used in a park or if it's the exact manufacture of the poles used in the park — either way, if you're looking to build your own little piece of Disneyland, you could start here.

22. But this might be the best of all. According to the seller, the story with this is that it's a real cast member tag, but had to have been made as a joke item "on the sly." Which would make it very rare indeed.