Disney Collector Joe Magee (Toy Scout) Will Be Featured on 500th Episode of Pawn Stars


Joe Magee, aka the toy scout, is a well known collector who buys and sells vintage toys. He also hosts the Antique Toy Roadshow.

Joe is the owner of the largest private collection of Walt Disney World and Disneyland memorabilia in the world.

His hundreds of pieces are worth about 2 million dollars.

He has pieces that are from the 1955 Disneyland opening and he has ride vehicles from Peter Pan and Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. He also has toys, hats, posters, costumes and other attraction props and pieces.

Here is a video showcasing some of his collection from KXAN.com.

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Due to his vast collection and experience, he has been brought onto the television series “Pawn Stars” as their new “Disney expert.”

He will be premiering on the shows 500th episode airing January 22 on the History Channel.

Here is the video he released to announce his appearance:

Him appearing on the show means that there will be some cool Disney stuff to see! Make sure you catch the episode on Monday night.

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What do you think about his collection? Will you tune in to watch the episode of Pawn Stars?  Comment and let us know what you think!

Sources: Kxan.com, Inside the Magic, OC Register,

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