Pictured for sale are two pieces of Lone Ranger and Tonto memorabilia including a 1967 Lone Ranger Puzzle and a 1978 The Lone Ranger Record Album. “Hello Baby Boomers!” “Let’s take a trip back to those thrilling days of yesteryear when a fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver.” “The Lone Ranger rides again. Hi-Yo Silver A-WA-A-Y!”
From the 1930's through the 1960's and throughout the Golden Age of Television The Lone Ranger ruled the radio waves and TV. Listed below is a description of each item and their condition:
1. The Lone Ranger Peter Pan 33 1/3 RPM Record Album Number 8213. The record is copyrighted in 1978 by Lone Ranger Television, Inc., Scripts by William K. Wells and produced by Arthur Korb. The album features four exciting adventures titled---Ambush at Bryant's Gap--Rope Justice—Stampede--and Aces Wild. The story titled Ambush at Bryant’s Gap is the very first television episode when the Texas Rangers are ambushed by the Butch Cavendish gang who killed all the Rangers except one. The surviving Ranger is found by Tonto and is nursed back to health. The Legend of The Lone Ranger is Born!!
**Condition: The album cover is in good- condition. The record is in very good condition, very clean and bright. I played the record and it sounds great. *Album Cover: There is light surface wear to the front and back of the album, wear near the top right front corner where a price sticker had been, fading along the left front edge, a 1½” tear along the right edge, and there are bumps at each of the corners. There is a crease mark at the bottom right back corner and some light soiling along the top edge of the back cover. *Record: There are two minor surface scratches on Side One and a few very small minor surface scratches on Side Two.
2. The Lone Ranger Frame Tray Puzzle by Whitman, Number 4522. It measures 11 3/8” wide x 14½” long. The puzzle was made in 1967 by Whitman and features The Lone Ranger and Tonto camping out ready to eat a pan of bacon that Tonto is preparing. In the distance is the Lone Ranger’s great White Horse, "Silver".
**Condition: This puzzle is in good condition. All the pieces of the puzzle and the puzzle picture are in very good condition and the pieces are all there. There is some damage to the white part of the top of the frame tray near the top right front corner and on the back of the puzzle near the top left back corner. Near the top of the frame tray on each side there is a crease mark and wear where the frame tray is bent. This does not affect the puzzle at all and none of the puzzle pieces are bent. There are bumps and small crease marks at the bottom right front corner. The name “Mike” is written lightly in ink along the side of the frame tray. There is a crease mark across the back of the puzzle.(none of the puzzle pieces have creases and this crease mark does not affect the building of the puzzle at all).
Close your eyes. Do you remember sitting in front of the TV waiting for the show to come on? First you hear the theme song, then the announcer, and finally you see The Lone Ranger riding Silver to the top of the hill. After coming down the hill he rides away…you pull out your cap guns and join the Lone Ranger as he fires his pearl handle six shooters. Boy, the Good Old Days!!
Two wonderful gifts to give your mom, dad, or grandparent who grew up listening and watching the Lone Ranger.
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