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In the early to mid - 1930's, Disney with the help of a merchandising executive Herman “Kay” Kamen offered an item called Mickey Mouse Cones, which were paper bills used in exchange for ice cream. This was at a time when they were looking for ways to promote the Disney brand. Several years later bills that resembled dollar bills were produced by Southern Dairies, another Disney licensee. They were produced in red, blue, orange and green and came in denominations of 1, 5, and 10.

 

The image is a stock graded PMG 62 Uncirculated with Tear.  Your actual bill is of equal quality, but may not be pictured.

1930's Red Disney Cone Dollar - PMG 62 - Tear

$349.00Price
  • Grade - PMG 62 Uncirculated - Tear

    Denomination - 1 Cent

    Year - 1930s

    Serial Number: N/A

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