D23 Expo Silent Auction: Ultimate Guide With Photos and Prices
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Throughout the weekend at the D23 Expo, a silent auction was held. Valuable pieces from the Disney Parks were sold. Items included ride cars from the Matterhorn and pieces of the construction walls from Disney California Adventure. The auction also sold experiences like riding Big Thunder Mountain with an imagineer when it reopens.
When I went to see the items up for auction, the prices were quite low. I even considered putting my name in for a few items. Later in the weekend when I circled back through the Silent Auction room, I was shocked at how the prices had jumped to infinity and beyond.
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D23 Expo Silent Auction Items
In the back corner of the image you see the Hollywood Studios Vinyl which went for $3,550. The Hercules Standee cutout went for $300. The Boyer Coming and Going from Disneyland that imitates a famous Norman Rockwell picture went for $500.
The Disneyland Park sign that actually hung at the entrance to Disneyland Drive went for $9,000.
The Tarzan sign from a movie theater lobby went for $350.
This Flick prop was used in a Disney Store and sold for $1,000.
Snow White by the wishing well sold for $1,550. Lady Tremaine sold for $1,600. The middle figure is a bronze version of Captain Hook which sold for $675.
The 1st Disneyana Convention sign from Walt Disney World sold for $160.
The collection of framed versions of the Haunted Mansion portraits went for $1,300. The Minnie Mouse Pirate big figurine went for $500 after previously being sold for around $300 in the parks.
This Cars Land Vinylmation is signed by John Lasseter and is dated to the Cars Land’s opening day. John Lasseter did the drawing on Mickey’s head of Lightning McQueen. This Vinylmation sold for $1,200.
This is another Cars Land item signed by John Lasseter, also with Lightening McQueen drawing. In this case, it is a very nice Cars Land exclusive pin set that sold for $1,800.
The Cruella De Vil figure that was used in the Disney Store sold for $1,000.
The Mad Tea Party tea set seen at right sold for $550. The Mad Hatter Hat sold for $1,500.
This Disneyland map signed and designed by SHAG sold for $750.
SHAG designed a set of images from the Haunted Mansion pictured above and below. The Haunted Mansion portraits sold for $1,200 while the Haunted Mansion Hitch Hiking Ghosts set sold for $1,400.
The Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs display from the Disney Store sold for the large sum of $2,200.
The Mufasa and Sabari figures above sold for $2,200.
The lot above are a group of 100 Disney pins made to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s Birthday! The entire set sold for $2,350.
The Cinderella figure above sold for $1,350. The figure was a Disney Store prop and is about 5 feet tall.
The V8 Sign above is a replica of the one from Cars Land’s Flo’s V8 Cafe. The sign above sold for $4,500.
The cats Si and Am from Lady and the Tramp were a fan favorite. There was a large bidding war between what must have been two big cat lovers. The final price was $10,000. Granted these cats are bigger than your average tabby.
The Peter Pan lithographs and pin sets pictured above sold for $1,450.
The Disney construction walls pictured above are from Paradise Pier in the newly renovated Disney California Adventure. The Toy Story Construction walls are from the building of Toy Story Midway Mania. The wall panels were all sold individually.
Mickey Mouse wall-$710
Minnie Mouse wall-$710
Pluto wall- $750
Goofy wall- $750
Donald wall- $500
Woody wall- $1,500
Jessie wall- $1,300
Mr. Potato Head wall- $375
The Tiki Room 50th Anniversary Pin Set seen above sold for $1,00!
The Minnie statue of the liberty torch seen above sold for $525. The Dasie cheerleader figurine sold for $620.
Booster, from the popular Buzz Lightyear show that was on Disney channel for about 5 years, sold for $620.
The Disneyana banner is from the first Disneyana convention in Walt Disney World and sold for $250.
There were a variety of Mickey Mouse club pieces for sale including a drum from the show and a large pair of Mouse ears. The Mouse ears that would fit Paul Bunyan sold for $340. That is just a wee bit more than you could buy a pair in the park for. The drum from the show sold for $1,400.
The Mickey and his teddy bear image sold for $260 while the large 101 Dalmatian pup sold for $2,200.
The Robert Olszewski Jungle Cruise and Haunted Mansion models sold for more than a hundred dollars above the price that they are sold for on eBay. The Jungle Cruise sold for $400 while the Haunted Mansion sold for $525.
The Cinderella coach which was originally released in a very limited edition sold for $1,500.
Experiences Sold at the D23 Silent Auction
When the attraction re-opens, ride on Big Thunder Mountain with an Imagineer who is the head of the project – $1,500.
Make candy behind the counter with Disney cast members at Marceline’s Candy Shop in Downtown Disney- $400.
That just about wraps up our coverage of the the D23 Expo Silent Auction. Be sure to signup for our newsletter to get access to coverage.
(Sadly we didn’t get to see the price that the Matterhorn bobsled cars or few other items on the show floor. Here are pictures of all of the other items. If you know the price that the items went for, please Tweet us!)
I was just sent the numbers on the Matterhorn vehicles. They sold for $16,500. Wow!