The year 2005, brought a new $50 release added to the $1, $5 and $10 Disney dollars.This was the 50th Anniversary series, released for the 50th Anniversary of Disneyland, Anaheim, California.
With no Disney dollars being released in 2004 the Walt Disney Company introduced the new Disney $50 dollar denomination in 2005.
The 2005 Disney $50 dollar notes, had two designs for the 50th Anniversary of Disneyland.
This second design (shown above 2005 D00000065 ) is from our very own personal Disney Collectors Club Treasures Collection, and is the 2005D Disney $50 dollar note.This design is a very colorful, detailed modern day Mickey Mouse in a tuxedo, looking in the mirror at his reflection of the original 1955 Mickey Mouse, with Tinker Bell on the sides, turning from black and white into color and designed by Charles Boyer (retired) and his son, Bruce Boyer.
The first release was the Mickey Head $50 (A and D series) and the second release was the $50, Boyer Mickey in the Mirror design (D and B series).
The 2005 Disney $50 dollar notes, had two releases and two different designs for the year 2005.
The first was the Mickey Head $50 (A and D series) and the second was the $50 Mickey in the mirror design (D and B series).
The Boyer Mickey in the Mirror release, also had two special LE /100, official Disney framed signed releases, for the Disneyland 50th Anniversary.
The 2005D Mickey in the Mirror is probably the most famous, rare and sought after Disney dollar of them all.
The post for our black mirrored framed
Boyer Mickey in the Mirror 2005 $50 Series D LE/100 #65
The second rarest being the Disneyland
Boyer Mickey in the mirror 2005 $50 Series B with LE/100 Mickey pin #65
Both are shown in our Disney Collectors Club Treasures Collection with more information on Disney master illustrator Charles Boyer and his son Bruce Boyer.
There are 4 $50 Disney notes required to complete a Disney $50 Registry set. You can join the Disney dollar collectors registry to show off your Disney dollars you have in your collection at the PCGS registry or PMG set registry.