Childhood Treasures

This past Saturday we cleaned out some boxes we had stowed away in storage. Amongst the old books, college papers, and stuffed animals, were a few Disney treasures from my childhood. I use the term treasures lightly. One woman’s trash is anothers treasure, right?

Anyways, I thought you Disney fiends would enjoy seeing a few of them.

First up 1980’s Minnie wallet. No cash inside,but there were some fun schools pictures :)

NextAn autograph book featuring Donald. The inside held autographs from a few characters you don’t see around WDW anymore. At least I haven’t..have you?

The Sheriff of Nottingham

Prince John (The phoney king of England!)

Gadget (Rescue Rangers!)

Honest John (An actors life for me!)

Perla (We can do it!)

I also found

Button from a family dinner at 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian (1990 something?)

Then I found this:

I know this is from a game I had as a child that involved shapes, but I have no idea what the name of the game was, or where the other pieces are. Anyone know?  Here’s a picture of the back of this piece,

Any ideas?

I found a few other things and tomorrow I’ll share my favorite one. It deserves a post all it’s own. Stay tuned!

4 Responses to “Childhood Treasures”

  1. AJ

    I LOVE this!! What a fun memory box post. I really enjoy seeing the autographs; you’ll have to forgive me, but who was the sheriff? Is that the sheriff of nottingham?

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    • Stephanie

      I actually had this way before pogs were around. It was part of a game that had other shapes too; triangles, squares, etc. You’re right though, it does look like a pog!

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