Triumphant Mr. Toad depicts that climactic moment when after all sorts of mayhem and misadventure with the weasels, Mr. Toad recovers the deed to Toad Hall. In this giclée print by Toby Bluth, Toad shows the deed to his friends Ratty, Moley, and McBadger.
Giclée is a fine art printing process. The original illustration is scanned, then artists perfect the colors on the scanned image. It's then printed onto paper with a printer that has been specially modified for fine-art reproduction. The size of the unframed Triumphant Mr. Toad is 11" x 14". It is a limited edition of 50 (some reports say 95).
You can buy the Triumphant Mr. Toad giclée print, framed, with certificate of authenticity, for $795 at the Disney Store. It's often for sale on eBay, unframed, for $595.
Toad Hall is a giclée lithograph by John Hench, from an original illustration produced in 1949. This limited edition (250) lithograph was for sale at Disneyland's Enchanted Evening event on October 28, 1999. Here Toad is regaling his friends at Toad Hall with tales of his latest adventures.
The Toad Hall lithograph (73/250) is for $400 or best offer (February 2015). It is signed by John Hench, contains a certificate of authenticity, and has never been removed from its plastic wrapping. This lithograph rarely appears on eBay.
Flying to Fantasyland
Mr. Toad appears between Peter Pan and Dopey in this print by Larry Nikolai called Flying to Fantasyland. It is approximately 14" x 18". Listed on eBay by 626.eddie (who sells lots of Haunted Mansion prints) in early May 2012, it did not sell at its listed price of $149. It was relisted at auction for a starting price of $124 or a Buy It Now price of $149.
Black and White Studio Prints
Studio copy prints are often available on eBay, particularly from eBay seller movie-material-store. These 8" x 10" prints are about $15.
A postcard-style pin (limited edition of 100) is sometimes available on eBay. The Disney Postcard pin collection was a Disney Auctions exclusive, released on January 26, 2004. Twenty-five pins were sold individually for $18, while the remaining 75 were sold in special sets. The pins are hard enamel and are oversized (as far as pins go): about 1-3/4" x 2-1/2".
Toad drives his motorcar recklessly through the corridors of Toad Hall, reminiscent of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride attraction at Disneyland. The postcard-esque greeting says, "I took a wrong turn at...Toad Hall."
"Disney Auctions - Postcard - Toad Hall - Mr. Toad," Disney, http://eventservices.disney.go.com/pintrading/pin?id=3142
"Limited Edition Framed Triumphant Mr. Toad," Disney Store, http://www.disneystore.com/disney/store/DSIProductDisplay?&catalogId=10002&productId=1261083