In Profiles in History's spring Animation & Disneyana Auction, a wide arrangement of the finest examples of vintage and contemporary animation art and ephemera will be offered. With a rich collection of Disneyana, the auction catalogue is full of colourful original cels and art, as well as Disneyland and Walt Disney World park memorabilia. Used posters, costumes, and props are among the top lots.

This rare example of Walt Disney cels of Pinocchio as a puppet, trimmed and applied to a detailed background have an estimated price of $8,000 - $15,000 and was prepared by the studio for presentation purposes.

With an estimated price of $15,000 - $25,000 this very nice set up of Cinderella is one of the best ever offered at auction. Why not bring Cinderella to your castle?

Double up and get both the Kings and the Prince dancing with Aurora! The estimated price for this piece in very fine condition is $12,000 - $16,000.

Haring's work for Sesame Street was not finished when he passed away and the Keith Haring Foundation continued the collaboration in the artist's honour. This piece, featuring Haring's most memorable characters has an estimated price of $1,500 - $2,500.

Remember Snoopy as the Flying Ace? This untrimmed cel can now become yours if you're ready to pay somewhere between $3,000 - $5,000.

A typed manuscript titled "Last Will and Testament of / Walter E. Disney" från 1951 and signed by Walter E. Disney states that Disney leaves his estate as well as personal effects to his wife, Lillian Disney. If you spend $20,000 - $40,000 you can also find out the details of to whom he left the Walt Disney Productions common stock as well as his stock in the Hollywood Turf Club.

Always wished for R2-D2 to be your best friend? Well, your dream can finally come true. This remote controlled droid, built for the Disney parks in 2004, is up for grabs for a price of $100,000 - $200,000. During his 10 years lasting career he has been used at the Walt Disney World in the Star Wars Weekend parades, stage shows together with Star Wars celebrities and been featured at many important events with George Lucas. He also presented Luke Skywalker's used Light Saber to a NASA astronaut before the launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery so that it could protect the crew from dark forces in outer space.

In 1986, Harper Goff designed a ride recreating a boat trip through London along the Thames River for the Disney World's UK Pavilion. The never realized attraction was supposed to be both entertaining but also educational. Now you can get the large concept drawing for $3,000 - $5,000.

Painted in 1955 this work by Sam McKim was one of his first inspirational paintings for Disneyland that was being planned as Disney's new theme park at the time. The tempera and gouache on paper can become yours for $8,000 - $12,000.

This animatronic Mickey Mouse figure was used to promote the airing of the short on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color TV series in the 1960's. With moving arms, head and eyes, this is one of the very sought after figures from Disneyland, in fine vintage condition this little buddy is estimated to be sold for $4,000 - $7,000.

Get your pirate face on! This head mask made of painted cast and vinyl was used for the pirate prisoners animatronic from the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. With a zipper running along the back of the head it can easily be placed over an animatronic. If you've got $2,000 - $4,000 to spare, this head is yours!

At Barnebys you can find all 554 lots up for sale at Profiles in History!

Bidding starts on 5 May 11.00 Pacific Time.

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