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Disneyland 1959 Walt Disney Souvenir Guide Display with Ticket Book Employee Patch Original

Disneyland 1959 Walt Disney Souvenir Guide Display with Ticket Book Employee Patch Original

Regular price $653.00 USD
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Disneyland 1959 Walt Disney Souvenir Guide Display with Ticket Book and Employee Patch Original

Price: $995

Category: Memorabilia

Shipping: Free worldwide shipping


Step back in time with this remarkable collection of vintage Disneyland memorabilia from 1959. This one-of-a-kind set includes a Walt Disney Souvenir Guide, a Disneyland ticket book, and an original Disneyland employee patch, all beautifully preserved and presented in a custom frame, ready to adorn your wall.


  • 1959 Vintage Walt Disney Souvenir Guide
  • 1959 Vintage Disneyland ticket book
  • 1959 Vintage Disneyland employee patch Original
  • The vintage Disney memorabilia has been custom framed, with dimensions of 730mm x 470mm, ready to hang on your wall.
  • The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale and not a concept.
  • The vintage Disneyland memorabilia is proven to be authentic, as it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Item ships affixed with a serial-numbered and tamper-proof Authentication Hologram from MJB Memorabilia (MJB 100153).
  • Free shipping to any destination worldwide.
  • You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a Zoom meeting, Skype, or Facetime.
  • Priced at just $995.
  • AfterPay and PayPal Pay by 4 are available payment options.

This unique and nostalgic collection is a must-have for any Disney enthusiast or collector. Don't miss the opportunity to own this exceptional piece of Disneyland history, capturing the magic and wonder of the park's early years. Secure your piece of Disney's rich legacy today. 

Walt Disney: The Man Behind the Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney, a pioneer in the world of animation and entertainment, was born on December 5, 1901, in Chicago, Illinois. He was a visionary and a creative genius whose groundbreaking work in animation led to the creation of some of the most beloved characters and stories in history.

Disney's Early Life and Career

Walt Disney showed an interest in art and drawing from a young age. After serving in the Red Cross during World War I, he returned to the United States and began pursuing a career in commercial art. In 1923, he moved to Los Angeles to start the Disney Brothers Studio with his brother Roy.

Mickey Mouse and Beyond

In 1928, Disney created Mickey Mouse, a character that would become one of the most recognizable figures in popular culture. The success of Mickey Mouse and the introduction of synchronized sound in the cartoon "Steamboat Willie" catapulted Disney to new heights. Over the years, Disney and his team created more iconic characters, including Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto, and expanded into feature-length animation films such as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," "Cinderella," and "The Lion King."

Disneyland: The Happiest Place on Earth

Walt Disney's innovative spirit extended beyond animation. He envisioned a unique theme park where families could enjoy rides, attractions, and live entertainment based on his beloved characters and stories. In 1955, Disneyland opened its doors in Anaheim, California, forever changing the amusement park industry.

Disneyland was designed as a series of themed "lands," including Fantasyland, Adventureland, and Tomorrowland, each offering immersive experiences and attractions. The park's centerpiece, Sleeping Beauty Castle, has become a symbol of Disney magic.

Disney's Legacy

Walt Disney passed away in 1966, but his legacy continues to thrive. Disneyland expanded with the opening of Walt Disney World in Florida in 1971, and additional Disney parks have opened around the world in Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.

The Walt Disney Company has also grown into a global entertainment powerhouse, with the acquisition of Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and 20th Century Fox. Today, Disney's influence can be seen in film, television, streaming services, merchandise, and countless other aspects of popular culture.

Walt Disney's vision and determination transformed the world of entertainment and created a legacy that continues to captivate and inspire generations. Disneyland, the original magical kingdom, stands as a testament to his creative genius and serves as a reminder that dreams can come true.


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