I had several requests to show the reverse side of the Gold Passes. Here you go!
The 1956 Gold Pass had no limit to number of guests plus a free dinner at the Red Wagon Inn. You got your free passes at the ticket booth on the outside of Disneyland. No signature required.
By 1959, the number of guests had been limited to 5 and no dinner was offered. You also had to pick up your complimentary tickets at City hall. This one would also be more valuable in that the owner had to sign them. This one would have Walt Disney's signature on the front and Jack Wrather's signature on the back, two very prominent men in the shaping of the city of Anaheim.