Collecting Disneyland postcards can be a fun hobby for beginning collectors or for die-hard veterans with money to burn. Many vintage cards can be had for a couple of bucks, but of course there are always those super rare examples that fetch amazing prices.
This is a publicity photo (undated, naturally) showing a wonderful display of postcards...I am guessing that this might be from the Gibson Greeting Card shop on Main Street, since there are a few Gibson note cards on the rack. I have no idea who the two gentlemen are. But they are checking out Disneyland's selection of cards for gay occasions, so draw your own conclusions! (Sorry, I couldn't resist this tasteless joke).
In the detail, you can see two very rare postcards. At the upper right, there is the card where Donald is riding a train. There is a wheel you can turn to change his headgear and destination. This one is priced an outrageous 15 cents. You can also see a stack cards featuring the wonderful painted panorama of the Mine Train ride (this is one of my favorite cards)...be prepared to shell out 10 cents for this one. I'd buy two, but 20 cents??
These days, both of those cards can fetch hundreds of dollars apiece. Unbelievable! You can also see the Tinker Bell "flasher", the Professor Keller card, and the top of the "balloon vendor" card. Not to mention a couple of nice "jumbo" postcards. Amazing!