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ARCADE TOKENS, ARCADE CARDS, DISNEY DOLLARS, & MOUSELLANEOUS

 

 

 

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Photos generally show both sides of products –you are buying single items unless noted.

 

DISNEY STORE 1992 ALADDIN TOKENS

 

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Set of 4 in 4 different colors, although I would say they are actually 3 shades of gold and one copper-look tokens.

Used, made of aluminum.  Good condition, but may have some flaking of paint on the rims.

Size: approximately 39 mm, around the same size as a silver dollar.

 

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MICKEY’S NOT SO SCARY HALLOWEEN PARTY TOKEN

 

These teal plastic tokens (40mm – about the width of a poker chip) were given to children with food allergies so that they could redeem them for appropriate treats at the 2019 Halloween party.  You may know that the party has been canceled for 2020.  Same message on both sides – “Please redeem for allegery-friendly treats.”  New condition.

 

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TK14 - $3

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TK12 - $3.00 addtocart.gif     Typhoon Lagoon promotional meal purchase token.  Golden-colored aluminum.  Used, but in very good condition.  38mm diameter.  Has a stylized logo on one side an the park’s mascot, Lagoona Gator, on the other.

 

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DISNEY CHANNEL 10TH ANNIVERSARY PROMOTIONAL TOKENS

 

Set of 3 marked”bronze,” “silver” and “gold” (but made of common metals).  Slightly larger than a quarter.

Complete set of 3 – both sides are shown in photo.  These are unused and in mint condition.

 

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TK13 - $10

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DISNEYLAND 60TH ANNIVERSARY (2015) PRESSED COIN LOCATION GUIDE

 

List of every coin available in 2015-2016.  Includes 60th anniversary coins and regular non-anniversary coins.

 

There were two versions.  I have numbered them 1 and 2, but that doesn’t mean they were printed in that order.  #1 has a reference to “Star Wars (Press Coming Soon) on the Tomorrowland page, and all 6 pennies are shown at Little Green Men store.  Version 2 omits the Star Wars line, but has the other 6 coins from Tomorrowland split into two locations.

 

Purchase either one for $2, or both for $2.99.

 

I only have 8 copies of Version 1, so I am currently splitting them between the two offerings – 4 copies individually, and 4 copies as a part of the combo set.

 

DL60 guide, version 1 - $2.00

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DL60 guide, version 2 - $2.00

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DL60 guide, set of 2 (ver. 1 & 2) - $2.99

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MEDALLIONS

 

We are experimenting with carrying this new product – pre-made medallions distributed by machines.  From past experience, these seem to be limited-availability products.  Some medaliions come in different metal surfaces (brass is common, but there are also nickel, bronze, and copper coins). These are roughly the size of an old silver dollar and are pure solid metal.

 

$29.99 per set of 4.

 

SET ME01 – Pirates of the Caribbean  2 SETS REMAINING

Different metal surfaces are used: 2 coins in bright brass, 2 in bronze.  Designs: Pirate Mickey – “I Never Surrender”; skeleton pirate at wheel; Pirate Mickey – “I’ve Got Pirate Swagger”; Pluto with keys – “Here Comes Trouble.”  All coins have the same reverse: the Pirates of the Caribbean skull logo.

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SET ME02 – Epcot Food & Wine Festival 2019 

4 chef designs (Remy, Mickey, Minnie, Figment) with 2019 Food & Wine Festival logo on the reverse.  All are bright brass.  The Food & Wine Festival is over, and these designs were replaced in late November 2019 with 4 new designs from the Festival of Holidays

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A set is available at Rainforest Café.  We do not currently carry that product.

 

 

 

 

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ME01 – Pirates set

 

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ME01 – Pirates reverse (same design, 2 different metals)

 

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ME02 – Wine & Food Festival 2019

 

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ME02 – Wine & Food reverse (same on all 4 coins)

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DISNEY SPRINGS MEDALLIONS 2020

BACK IN STOCK

 

4 medallions: 3 brass, one copper.  All have the Disney Springs “town logo” on the reverse.  The obverse features Mickey Mouse 2020; Walt & Mickey; “Mickey Mouse – The One and Only”; the Fab 5 celebrating.

 

 

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ITEM # & PRICE

DESCRIPTION

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ARCADE TOKENS

Both sides show in photos

 

TK01

$5.00

 

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Disney California Adventure – Electronica/Flynn’s Arcade

 

Retired silver-color arcade token – excellent condition, but used.  Slightly larger than a quarter.

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TK02

$2.00

 

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Disney California Adventure – Mad T Party

 

Retired brass-color arcade token – excellent condition, but used.  Slightly larger than a quarter.

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TK03

$2.00

 

ONLY ONE LEFT IN NICKEL FINISH

 

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Disney California Adventure – Mad T Party

 

Retired nickel-color arcade token – excellent condition, but used.  Slightly larger than a quarter.

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TK04

$2.00

 

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Disneyland – Starcade

 

Retired brass-color arcade token – looks like new, but used.  Slightly larger than a quarter.

 

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Both sides – same design

 

TK05

$1.00

 

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Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel arcade

 

Used, circulated token currently in use at the Paradise Pier Hotel’s arcade.  Slightly larger than a nickel.  The condition is well circulated, and there are no Disney markings on the token.

 

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WOODEN NICKELS

Both sides show in photos

 

WN01

$10.00

 

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Newsies promotional wooden nickel for 2014/2015 play

 

Only 1 available

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WN03

$10.00

 

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Disneyland Frontierland wooden nickel – a reward in the Legends of Frontierland interactive game

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Both sides – same art

 

WN04

$10.00

 

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Disney Transport wooden nickel from Disney World

 

 

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TK10

$5.00

 

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Fantasyland Ride-A-Thon promotional token.  Both sides shown with half dollar for size comparison

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TK11

$4.00

 

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Port Orleans Mardi Gras-style aluminum tokens; slightly larger than a silver dollar (about 40 mm).  Shows some sign of wear, such as stress lines (see first picture for examples radiating from the stars in the border)

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Both sides – same art

 

 

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Both sides show in photos

“Mint mark” is as shown in photos, but serial numbers will vary

All Disney Dollars are crisp and uncirculated except as noted

All paper items are shipped well-protected to keep them safe from bending and moisture

DD01

$10.00

 

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2005 Dumbo – 50th anniversary of Disneyland

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DD02

$15.00

 

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2005 Cinderella – 50th anniversary of Disneyland

 

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DD03

$10.00

 

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Curse of the Black Pearl; one of several Pirates designs from 2007

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DD04

$15.00

 

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Empress – one of several Pirates designs from 2007. This one is particularly hard to find.

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DD05

$30.00

 

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2001 $5 bill celebrating the opening of Disney’s California Adventure

 

Only 2 available

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DD07

$5.00

 

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Mickey celebrates the millennium in 2000 with a picture of Epcot’s Spaceship Earth on the reverse.

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DD08

$5.00

 

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2009 issue with Mickey and Pluto celebrating. Includes the “Disney Parks” logo.

 

All other Disney Dollars are crisp and uncirculated.  While this item is uncirculated, the paper is a bit wavy – so I will not refer to it as “crisp.”

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DISNEY WORLD ARCADE CARDS  viewcart.gif

All cards are $1 each.  Some are in very limited supply

 

Card 1 - #AC01

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Card 2 - #AC02

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Card 3 - #AC03

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Card 4 - #AC04

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Card 5 - #AC05

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Card 6 - #AC06

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The arcade cards are standard credit-card size plastic cards. 

 

All these arcade cards are slightly used, and have no cash value on them.

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$1 each

 

 

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Card 8 - #AC08

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Card 10 - #AC10

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#10 is a Photopass plastic card, not an arcade card

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OTHER ITEMS

#TESTTICKET

$15.00

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1995 experimental test ticket printed on thin plastic instead of cardboard; same size as cardboard tickets and credit cards, but very thin and flexible.

 

They are marked as test tickets and “not valid for admission.”  Back computer dot-matrix printing varies.  Although some of the computer-generated ink on the back is fading or blurred, the front is incredibly vibrant. 

 

The photo shows both sides of the ticket.  You will be purchasing a single ticket.  It may be for a Park Hopper, or a Value ticket.  In any event, these cannot be used, but are a valuable and extremely rare item for ticket collectors.

 

 

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