This rather cool metal lunch box features the image of Alice's eyes off From The Inside. The eyes are slightly elevated from the rest of the box which is a nice feature. The sides of the box feature later images of Alice in concert.
This is a nice item and is now used to store some of my smaller Alice items.
My Valuation: £30
Japanese Mini LP Cases
These hard-to-find cases are designed to hold the Japanese Mini LPs from Pretties For You through to From The Inside (the first 6 going in the Billion Dollar Babies case and the other 6 in the Welcome To My Nightmare case). Like the respective Mini LPs themselves, the cases mimic the original vinyl release covers front and back meaning that the Welcome To My Nightmare case has the tracks listed whereas Billion Dollar Babies is just the blank snakeskin effect.
These cases are the perfect way to round off the Mini LP collection with the CDs safely / snuggly fitting inside and within easy access. Fingers cross that the latter Alice Cooper albums get the same treatment!
My Valuation: £100
Heritage Award Ceremony Glasses
These novelty glasses were, I believe, a novelty item handed out to attendees at Alice's Cooperstown bar in Phoenix when he received the 2012 Heritage Award from the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. They are made of plastic and have Alice's famous snake eyes printed on 'lens'.
My Valuation: £25
Money Clip and Billion Dollar Bills
Alice Cooper Mask (2015, Trick Or Treat Studios)
This gruesome looking mask is produced by Trick Or Treat Studios and is officialy licensed by Alice Cooper. It is made of rubber with authentic looking hair attached, there are also holes above the eyes so you can see where you're going when wearing it.
Some fans have stated that it doesn't look very much like Alice but I think it looks ok. It's certainly very scary, this is something my little daughter will agree with as she wouldn't stop crying when she saw me in it!
My Valuation: £50
Dr Dreary's Snakes! Museum Signed Poster
This fantastic poster was produced to advertise Dennis Dunaway's (AKA Dr Dreary's) Snakes! museum, which featured a rare collection of Alice Cooper group artifacts, at the 2015 Chiller Theatre Expo in New Jersey.
It is personally signed by Dennis himself plus former Alice Cooper group members Michael Bruce and Neal Smith.
My Valuation: £100
Poison Soundwave Framed Poster (2015, Concert Live)
This framed poster is limited to 20 units (or at least it is alleged to by Concert Live) and features the No More Mr Nice Guy artwork set against the soundwave pattern of Poison. This one is marked as #5 of 20.
My Valuation: £20
This interesting item is from Alice's 'Cooperstown' restaurant in Phoenix. It features a cool snakeskin design and the Cooperstown logo, complete with Alice using a guitar as a bat, on either side.
My Valuation: £50
Dali 3D Hologram Crystal (2016, The Dali Museum)
Alice Cooper and Dennis Dunaway had always been big admirers of revered surrealist painter Salvador Dali. Conversley, Dali was also a fan of the Alice Cooper group and a friendship (particularly with Alice) was to develop based on mutual appreciation for one another's art.
In 1973 Dali invited Alice to be the subject of the world's first ever 3D hologram. Typically for Dali, this was not something mundane with Alice furnished in lavish jewellery accompanied by an external brain comprising a chocolate eclair and ants. Wierd huh!
This brilliant crystal by the Dali Museum replicates the hologram in excellent detail. It also features a light at the base which brightly illuminates it in vivid detail.
My Valuation: £150