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.
Japanese 'Mini LP' SHM CD Storage Cases
These hard-to-find storage 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!
Neal Smith Signed Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Drumsticks
These great signed drumsticks celebrate the 2011 induction of the Alice Cooper Group into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and are each hand-signed by Neal Smith (the Platinum God) himself.
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, have Alice's famous snake eyes printed on the lenses and come complete with a Heritage Awards tag.
Alice Cooper Money Clip and Billion Dollar Bills
2013, Nightmare Inc.
This metal money clip, complete with 5 Billion Dollar Bills, was sold on the official Alice Cooper website store in 2013. The bills are different to those dished out by Alice at his concerts and feature an image of him from the Welcome 2 My Nightmare era.
This interesting item is from Alice's now closed 'Cooper'stown' restaurant in Phoenix. It features a cool snakeskin design and the Cooper'stown logo, complete with Alice using a guitar as a bat, on either side. I added a clear display case for it and it now sites alongside some other baseballs that I've purchased whilst out in the USA to catch a game.
Although I don't have a precise date for when this item was released, I have seen a signed version from 2000, which indicates that they were offered around the time that Cooper'stown Phoenix opened its doors (in 1999).
Kerrang! Rock Legends, Alice Cooper Card
2014, Top Trumps
This Alice Cooper Top Trumps card was included (along with several other artists) in copies of the UK Kerrang! music magazine in 2014. As with all Top Trumps cards, various characteristics of the subject matter are scored with Alice ranked on 'Influence', 'Charisma', 'Longetivity' and 'Icon Rating'. I'm not sure what each ranking is scored out of, but he appears to have done quite well (and so he should)!
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's ok. It's certainly very scary, this is something numerous children who have come round my house trick-or-treating will testify to!
Dali Alice Cooper 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!
This brilliant crystal by the Dali Museum replicates the hologram in excellent detail. It also features a strong light at the base which brightly illuminates it.
Garbage Pail Kids, Hard Rock Sticker
2017, Topps, CMP025684
This amusing Alice-inspired 'Choking Cooper' card is part of the 2017 'Hard Rock' Garbage Pail Kids series and features a character in trademark make-up being strangled by a snake.
For those not in the know, Garbage Pail Kids (a parsody of the then popular girl's Cabbage Patch Kids doll line) were very big amongst school kids like me in the 80's, with packs purchased from corner stores that came with a stick of gum. Much like Alice's music, parents weren't particularly happy about them as they often featured rather gruesome characters.
Alice Half Skull Design Signed Print
This print features the famous Alice Half Skull design by artist Airic Brumitt which, most famously, featured on the T-shirt worn by Alice on the cover of the Trash album. It is personalised and signed by the artist.
Alice Cooper Scratch Cards
2018, Arizona Lottery
Arizona Lottery launched this cool range of $5 scratch cards for a short period of time during the fall of 2018. Only available within Arizona state, 3 different variants were produced, with different images of Alice and scratching motifs on the front. Each featured exactly the same game and a chance to win up to $50,000 if your numbers matched any of the 'Winning Numbers' at the top of the card (if you were a winner, you then won the prize stated beneath your Winning Number).
Non-winning participants could also enter a '2nd Chance' competition, by entering their unique code onto either the Arizona Lottery website or App. The prize was VIP tickets to Alice Cooper's Annual Christmas Pudding Concert in December 2018 and Alice Cooper merchandise.
Due to the limited production and geographic availability of these scratch cards, obtaining them was quite difficult. Some hardcore fans managed to get 'Voided' cards for free from Arizona Lottery, but only a handful were produced, so I had to resort to buying used examples on eBay. As you can see in the photos, the seller only scratched the first 2 cards minimally to retain their aesthetic appeal. This was before they learned that they could just scrath the barcode at the bottom and scan it to find out if they had a winning card, which is why the 3rd card appears almost entirely unused.