kerry10456

New Hampton, Missouri

I'm an avid "Character" Timepiece collector . I have a few in my collection that I will share with you and try to give you a little history on each piece.My main focI'm an avid "Character" Timepiece collector . I have a few in my collection that I will share with you and try to give you a little history on each piece.My main focus is on Disney, but I've collected several others along the way, most of my interest is on "Mechanical" movement timepieces with a few later electric and quartz style movements. I've been participating on this forum for awhile and have found a vast array of different collections, each category has been very informative and educational for me. True asset for anyone that spends the time to browse and read the material provided by people that share their interest and experience in their prospective collection. Kerry (Read more)

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Eastman(Rega) Bandleader Animated Eyes Wristwatch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Rega Smiley Face Wristwatch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Rega Flower & Bee Animated Wristwatch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Rega little Red Riding Hood & Big Bad Wolf Wristwatch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Rega Animated Eyes Bunny Watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Trivia Time...Who knows the History of This style Mickey - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Peter Max Wristwatch, Circa 1986 - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
1934 New Haven "Orphan Annie" watch and box - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
1956 Roy Rogers Wristwatch with Facsimile Autographed Bracelet - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Mickey Mouse Rollie - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches

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  1. Virginia.vintage, Always happy to help with a smile and warm feelings. Thank you very much. Usted es muy bienvenido y me alegro que este me gusto demasiado :-))
  2. LOL, Hedge, I'll agree 1966 was before my time also, heck anytime is good time , lol Thanks for the loves and complement Hedge, glad to hear from you :-)
  3. Thank You very much Virginia.vintage, deeply appreciated!!
  4. Virginia.vintage, no problem adding some more ,LOL, Thank you for the complements and support, very appreciated!!
  5. Virginia.vintage :-) Muchas gracias por el maravilloso complemento y mis mejores deseos para usted y su familia
  6. Thank You VETRAIO50 and Adam, for dropping in and sharing the loves, always very appreciated!!
  7. Thank You: shawnicus, valentino97, racer4four, mikelv85, crazycharacter and VETRAIO50 for all the loves and support, deeply appreciated!!
  8. Thank You: valentino97, racer4four, lol....they can be disturbing without a long night.....pretty sure the adopted idea from the Howdy Doody watches of the 1950's mikelv85, Adam and VETRAIO50 ...
  9. Thank You valentino97, racer4four and mikelv85 for sharing the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  10. 1980's Bradley Mickey, contract item from Jerger for Bradley Time, earlier 1980's vintage
  11. Thanks Mani and aghcollect for dropping by the ole horde and sharing the loves :-))
  12. Thank You Mani, xoxo and aghcollect, always deeply appreciated!!
  13. Thank You RussT., Mani and aghcollect for the loves and support, deeply appreciated!!
  14. Not to my knowledge, closes freckle reference would have to be Dennis the Menace :-)
  15. RussT. I have in the neighborhood of 75-80 Rega watches...all different. Some are labeled Eastman....which is subsidiary, but Rega marked case and movement
  16. Could do one easy enough....use a rega watch with eyes and plain white dial with hat and coat..... Thanks Sean, ole buddy
  17. Thank you very much Jewels, always deeply appreciated!!
  18. No RussT., but have a polar bear in snow storm one ....:-) But seriously, I don't have one, never heard of one either
  19. Thank You Sean and Jewels for the loves, comment and the support, very appreciated:-)
  20. Thanks Sean, always very appreciated!!
  21. LOL Thanks Sean ole buzzzin buddy :-)
  22. What's the # on your tokens? Mine is 713....and geo26e has several but large # Here's mine: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/112846-circa-1880s-ally-sloper-f-o-m-fri here's George's....coupl...
  23. oops.... http://www.collectorsweekly.com/user/kerry10456/many-faces-of-superman-watches
  24. Here's a few of mine.....it you wish to see couple more
  25. Thank You: Phil, mikelv85, Mani Adam, 1st glimpse of these......:-) and Trey for all the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  26. Very "Special" collective group....Love it all, thanks for sharing
  27. LOL Karen, maybe so :-) He does look a little sickly. Strange thing...the rega watches do seem to be odd in that the characters look.....hmmmm....different. The Mickey's look as if he's had a stroke L...
  28. Thank you pops52, kyratango and RussT. for looking in and sharing the fun along with everybody, the "Shmilbrick" idea sound good for me, always love to have friendly chats and ideas shared... Thanks...
  29. Thank You VETRAIO50 And Mickey for the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  30. FanciGirl.... here's my email....kerry10456@yahoo.com
  31. It was something different for others to get involved in....adds to the flavor, glad you enjoyed playing. I could have just posted and said Al Horen piece and that would be the end....this way everybo...
  32. added photo of a wristwatch variant
  33. memograph machine lol in 1960, note all the # markers and lettering is rough ...not machine printing
  34. I might have a plausible reason for that....again mine is clean drawn, colors show no outside line....very possible that the one on the bay is scan copy then colored and arms drawn.....fake of a fake....
  35. again, I used the red as example......look carefully at the color shading where is is darker where he has drawn overlap, you can see the shade change where coloring in the red...darker where is was ov...
  36. Note the red in shorts as example....stamped press graphics on 99.9% of the Mickey red is bleed outside of line
  37. Mani, I'll add another watch to your pile :-) xoxox RussT. yes all are hand done, there will be some small change in each and every one
  38. Thank you very much Elisabethan for all the loves and support, deeply appreciated!!
  39. The reason accepted/ valued is he produced very few of these and each one was a touch different than the one before...he changed something...and these were done long before scan and print... the grap...
  40. RussT. yes, I know of 5 different variants done by A H ....4 pocketwatches and 1 wristwatch, also seen pictures of 2 clocks, but never held in hand
  41. RussT. You did hit real close on the British movement....it is an Ingersoll/Smiths LTD, UK made. Al Horen was an artist/collector/dealer back in the 1960's, he produced several variants of the Mickey...
  42. Okay...... lol 50/50 split of Sean should prove interesting.....Mani you want the "Logic" or "Artistic" side...left brain or right LMAO. well been up here long enough I guess to spill the beans, I'll...
  43. I read it on the dial at the 6
  44. I believe if you look closely......this is a knock off from Honk Kong....this style of watch was original done by Seiko in the late 1970's-80's and called a digital chrono alarm. The Seiko variant was...
  45. Really love the graphic lay-out on the first one...very neat, Thanks for sharing
  46. TwoThumbs up for the sweepster....but had to retract....lol with "Chinese Movement" lol....... but I'll reinstate :-)
  47. Thank You PeggyB for looking in and sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  48. Just made it back........RussT. it is later than 1933..yes and Ingersoll type movement, but not US Time or Timex, but will give you two thumbs up for the notice of sub-dial presents missing. Thanks fo...
  49. RussT. these watches were produced, unauthorized, but have become a very desirable collectible. Was wondering if anyone...besides the Mickey watch collectors would find when and my whom these were pro...
  50. LOL...all in fun....Riply206....here's a classic example of the WDEnt...on both sides of the watch....dial and back cover... just for lookie...lol http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/112279-micke...
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