Who was that masked man? That was the Lone Ranger! Possibly the most enjoyed radio drama ever to air, the Lone Ranger lived in the imaginations of millions of children and adults. He's been a hero since the first radio show in 1933 which later inspired comics, cartoons, movies, and the TV series that lasted until 1962. Loaded with over 500 items featured in fabulous full color, this collector's identification and value guide is a veritable scrapbook of the Lone Ranger's fame. The lunch boxes, ashtrays, dolls, guns, comic books, premiums, cereal boxes, and other items span multiple collecting areas. Each item pictured is described with a date and current collector value. Lee Felbinger owns one of the largest collections of Lone Ranger memorabilia in the world, including original artwork from the comic strip and lots of rare promotional materials. The Lone Ranger rides again in this extraordinary tribute which will be the collector's choice. 1998 values. AUTHORBIO: Lee Felbinger is a long-time collector of Lone Ranger memorabilia and has one of the largest collections in the country today. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs and has written articles for Antique Trader, Collectibles Illustrated, Collectors News, Inside Collector, Today's Collector, and other publications. REVIEW: This book is a pictorial scrapbook of a radio and television legend America took to its heart. Included are never before published photos, clippings, toys, games, comic books, cards, advertisements, comic strips, ads, buttons, and all those wonderful radio premiums you had - and could never forget.