LONE RANGER COLLECTIBLES

Lone Ranger Collectibles

I went out and gathered the following information about The Lone Ranger collectibles in the Iowa and Minnesota area. I present them to you to look at and decide whether you have some good collectibles in your home or think that you should add to them. I have some antique/collectibles friends who supplied some of their prices and I checked out some local antique/collectible stores. I thought that this may be interesting for you collectors and will give you some idea of what your collections are worth. 1. LONE RANGER sticker book/connect the dots, dated 1952, for $10.00 2. LONE RANGER comic books ranged from $17.50 to $20.00 3. Lone Ranger and Tonto Golden Book for $15.00 4. THE LONE RANGER COMICS..(cereal in-pack l954) 1 booklet.....THE STORY OF SILVER $45.00 CUTOUT FROM CEREAL BOX-LR COLORING CONTEST l95l $14.00 Also the small photo that was sent to each entrant...$l0.00 5. THE LONE RANGER DEPUTY KIT..mint in mailer. OFFERED BY CHEERIOS AT THE ONSET OF THE l98l movie. ALL PAPER ITEMS..a mask, a story of the legend of the LR, an Official Deputy Certificate, and a colored poster of LR Tonto signed Good Luck Always... LR & Tonto...(a neat action picture)$30.00 6. LONE RANGER GARDENIA BROACH...l94l.. The only "girls" item ever offered by GMI for the Lone Ranger. It was offered in the LR National brochure that was included with another premium. Glows in the dark $65.00 (includes a copy of the National Defenders brochure.- a photo copy.) 7. LR SECRET COMPARTMENT DEPUTY BADGE & photocopy of deputy rules l949 $50.. 8. LR JUNIOR DEPUTY BADGE & ID CARD. l949 $l5.00 each......ID card is $l5 AND the badge is $15 They originally came together in a set..... 9. LR ATOM BOMB RING..l945. The most famous ring ever offered. l945. General Mills received over 2 million requests....and the Kix Cereal boxes at the grocery stores disappeared like lightening...Grocers were screaming for product and GMI mills worked 24 hours a day, trying to keep up with the demand.... Prices are $90 & $l50 depending on condition. LR FLASHLIGHT RING...$65,70,l00, or $110..depending on condition LR SADDLE RING..WITH MOVIE FILM... $l40 - $l50 LR FILM STRIP RING..WITH FILM $l00, $l25 - $l50 LR SIX SHOOTER RING $ll0, $l25, $l35 LR SECRET COMPARTMENT RINGS...photo of LR inside..$450 each...The Army and Air Corp ones, Insignias are on the top. LR WEATHER RING...$80 Pictures.... LR & TONTO 8xl0 color photo l950's #65.. $8 LR & TONTO 5x7 from 50's #67 $8 LR & TONTO l939 $22.50 LR & TONTO 5x7 picture l95l #62 $7.00 LR & TONTO personal appearance color photo.. 1956 8X10 #63 $7.00


The above is one of the cereal in-pack premiums from General Mills Cheerios 1954


© Hallmark Collector's Lunchpail 1998

© Exclusive Premiere The Lone Ranger and Tonto Figures

© Exclusive Premiere. Some of the graphics on the box

Captain Action (Playing Mantis) The Lone Ranger

Captain Action (Playing Mantis) Tonto

August 1999. A new Lone Ranger lunchbox with candy!

Coming in the Spring of 2000. A new Captain Action figure by Playing Mantis. A new Lone Ranger in a blue outfit!

© Hallmark
Lone Ranger Christmas ornament for 2000
The figure is priced at $15.95 in the U.S. and $20.95 in Canada. The product number is: QX6941 and is sculpted by Duane Unruh.

New for 2001, and available now, is the child's size Lone Ranger Guitar. This guitar can be ordered from Betty's Attic right now. I am unsure whether it will be available at other places. See my News page item dated April 23rd for more information.

More for 2001, is this child's size secret compartment Lone Ranger ring that you can also get through Betty's Attic. Or you can order it direct from the Marshall Company for around $30 which includes the shipping in the U.S.A. and save a few dollars. Tell them that you heard about it from this web page. I bought one a while back and its a nice and heavy ring but built for a child size finger. Looks great in a display case too!

Here are two Vandor Lone Ranger collectible products that are becoming available or are currently available in selected areas of the U.S. as of November 27, 2001. The item above is a tote or lunch box type of item.

This is the second of the two Vandor items that is available in some areas. This is The Lone Ranger and Silver Bobber. See the news item on my News page dated November 27, 2001 on a way to order both of these items if you can't find them in your area.

This is a new item from Vandor and is a ceramic Lone Ranger salt & pepper shaker set which comes in a tin storage box. See the news item on my News page dated January 18, 2002 on a way to order both of these items if you can't find them in your area and for a few more details on what the set looks like.

Here is one of three NEWEST Vandor Lone Ranger collectible products that are becoming available or are currently available in selected areas of the U.S. as of May 1, 2002. The item above is a plastic wall clock. These three items carry the images of Clayton Moore on them. See the news item on my News page dated May 1, 2002 on a way to order these three items if you can't find them in your area or you can order them from Jim Hollaert's web site:
"JIM n' I ENTERPRISES"

This is the second of the three NEWEST Vandor items that are available in some areas. This is the Lone Ranger coffee/milk cup.

This is the third of the three NEWEST Vandor items that are available in some areas. This is the Lone Ranger tin pail. See the news item on my News page dated May 1, 2002 on a way to order these three items if you can't find them in your area or click on Jim Hollaert's web site as listed above for more details and ordering information.

Well, now that you know what is or has been available, maybe its time that you added to your collection. Or maybe its time to dig your treasures out of the trunks in the attic, dust them off and put them on display. 1999 was the 50th anniversary of the Lone Ranger on television and interest in Lone Ranger collectibles increased. A Lone Ranger lunchbox came out in August, 1999 and was filled with candy and is about 7 3/4" x 6" in size. Lone Ranger collectors cards are still available, but you may have to hunt for them at card dealers. A miniature version of the Lone Ranger lunch pail was available as a Christmas ornament in 1997and quickly sold out, but they can still be found on the secondary market at a higher price. The 1998 Hallmark collector lunchpail may still be found if you look hard. The picture is one that I scanned in through a plastic protective covering. The lunch pail is 3/4 size of the original lunchpails. It does not come in a box. Now, its time to head for the attic and dig out those toys and collectables and remember, the original box can be as valuable as the item itself.

A Special Thanks to Evie Wilson
Exclusive Premiere pictures by Ken Pope
Captain Action pictures by Ken Pope
NEW lunchbox picture provided by Ken Pope
Captain Action Lone Ranger in blue outfit picture by Playing Mantis
Vandor Lone Ranger photos are from Jim Hollaert

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COPYRIGHT 1997-2002 By Steve Jensen



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