The Lone Ranger is an American, long-running, old-time radio and early television show created by George W. Trendle and developed by writer Fran Striker.

The eponymous character is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, originally played by Paul Halliwell, who gallops about righting injustices with the aid of his clever, laconic American Indian assistant, Tonto. Departing on his white horse Silver, the Ranger would famously say "Hi-yo, Silver, away!" as the horse galloped toward the setting sun.

Lone Ranger value and price guide

What's your 'Lone Ranger' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA):

Item Title Date sold Price
1 Cgc 9 0 File Copy1948 Golden Age Cgc Apr 2019 $ 1 649,95
Disney Infinity 1 0 Action Character Apr 2019 $ 1 000,00
Rare 1957 Wheaties General Mills The Mar 2019 $ 700,00
1948 Brace Beemer As The Culver Pictures May 2019 $ 719,00
The Rides Again Tex Dawson Mib Super Apr 2019 $ 695,00

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Ian - January 24, 2018

I have a lone ranger and his horse from the 70s It was a prize from one of the cereal packets competitions never used how much
►reply: Click on the sold listings link in the description to see prices of sold items.

Albert - January 19, 2018

Just wondering if anyone has seen a child's desk with the back drop of the Lone Ranger?I have a picture but I don't see how I can attach it.
►reply: You can send the picture to fabtintoys gmail com and I'll put it on my page.

Mark - October 3, 2013

i have a vintage lone ranger/tonto wallet from my dad that i am guessing is from the 40's or early 50's. it is NOT the one seen everywhere from 1948 with color. this is like leather and has tonto drawing etched on back and ranger on front. any ideas? thanks
►reply: Sorry, no idea... you can try and contact the people behind this lone ranger website to see if they can tell more.