Today marks the end of an era in Lancaster County as the contents of the Discover Lancaster County History Museum were auctioned off one at a time. The figures and sets did not demand the same lucrative prices as the stars from the Movieland Wax Museum auction did, but some memorabilia fetched significant numbers. Here are a couple examples...
This James Hamilton figure, which is animatronic, sold at the auction for $500. It was made by the Creegan Company.
This figure was also sold at the auction, and was created by Dorfman Museum Figures. The figure and set sold for $275. It appears to be part of an interactive scene, but I don't know what it actually did. The figure is not very detailed, and I wonder if that has anything to do with the trick. Maybe his name is Roger Workman.
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