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Bring home a piece of Disneyland with Star Wars, Indiana Jones pieces at auction

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Aug 24, 2018

No need to travel all the way to Anaheim for a one-of-a-kind Disneyland experience. Thanks to an upcoming auction from the California-based Van Eaton Galleries, you can purchase a piece of the park's colorful history that includes Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Peter Pan, Winnie the PoohThe Haunted Mansion, FantasiaAlice in WonderlandPirates of the Carribean and more!

Including ride props, themed parking signs, promotional artwork, and even ride vehicles, the nearly 800 items for sale in the "That's from Disneyland" auction come from the personal collection of Richard Kraft, a man well-known for his impressive cache of Disney-related artifacts. 

For example, the following Drew Struzan-drawn piece of artwork for the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction in 1995 is signed by Struzan, George Lucas, and Michael Eisner. If you're interested in buying it, the purchase will set you back at least $1,000 or more. Still, Struzan's work is legendary and an authentic autograph from the creator of Star Wars make it pretty worthwhile. 

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And speaking of Star Wars, there's a bunch of really awesome items from the galaxy far, far away. This Star Tours poster from 1986 was drawn by Tim Delaney. What makes it unique is that the poster is just a piece of concept artwork that differs from the final image that finally debuted with the ride. As such, this incredibly-rare item will cost between $3,000 to $5,000.

The TIE fighter image below, was "created for a Star Tours-themed commercial commercial that was used during the attraction's first few opening months" and costs the same. 

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The live auction begins tomorrow at 11 a.m. PST and will continue on Sunday, August 26 at the same time. 

Check out the extensive gallery below for a look at some of the coolest genre-related items that will be for sale. 

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