On June 16, 2016, the Shanghai Disney Resort opened to the public. In November of that year, a limited edition Snow White vinyl doll was released to commemorate the grand opening. Edition size: 1200. Doll stands 17" tall. Sold exclusively at the resort. Original price ¥699 (Chinese yuan).
A miniature Snow White is enclosed within the "crystal ball" and stands opposite the Evil Queen. Made of resin and glass. Measures approximately 8" high. Musical tune: Night on Bald Mountain. To activate, you turn the globe. Snow White rotates as music plays. Iridescent glitter inside. Part of a Disney Villains Series. Dates from 2006. Disney Shopping item no. 96286.
A light-up poison apple sits inside the globe. On/off switch located on bottom. Battery-powered. Relief art around the base includes the Wicked Queen and Witch, plus the Magic Mirror on the other two sides. Resin and glass. Measures 6.25" high. Disney catalog 2001. Retail $34.
The Evil Queen stands upon the step holding the heart box with Magic Mirror behind her in the globe. The frame can hold a photograph up to 1" x 1.5"; image is magnified up to two times. Resin and glass. Dimensions: 7.25'' H x 7'' W. Bottom on/off switch activates battery-powered floor lights. Wind-up key plays Bach's Toccata and Fugue In D Minor. Item no. 98170. Possibly dates from early 2000s.
Gibson Greeting Cards published this Snow White birthday card from the 1980s. Embossed raised figures. Dimensions: 7.75" x 5.25". "Happy Birthday to Someone Special."
They also created a Snow White "get well soon" series in the 1950s, referred to as the 7 Day Illness Card Set. A stiff paper envelope (5" x 6") housed seven numbered greeting cards (4" x 4"). The idea was to "Send One A Day For A Week." The set is pictured in Hake's Official Price Guide to Disney Collectibles (2nd edition, 2007, p.859).