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English Variant Mickey Mouse Clock...Variant #1 - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
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  1. Tom, so cool......Great , Love them, superb :-)
  2. Not a Railroad Approved watch, but sorta neat piece to carry. Nothing really special, a cheaper watch for consumer market to attract "Rail Road" buffs
  3. Jealous, very neat, I'd bought too.....want your $ back, lol
  4. no response, hmm, must be not info you asked for. like most of your post, you ask, then disappear.
  5. Beautiful 1936 "Bearded" Mickey by Ingersoll LTD
  6. Nicefice.....what is mystery? If the year of auto....1941. Great post of Family and era passed. BTW, the only reason I know year, I have 41 Coupe
  7. "Mystery Solved"
  8. LOL, well I'm okay too....lost me mind, but I'm still here
  9. Neat-O-, thanks for putting a smile on my face :-)
  10. I have mine somewhere, had forgotten about these....Thanks for stirring a memory. Kerry
  11. NICE....memories, makes the day go better :-)
  12. the Bulova "17AH" movement was produced between 1946-1953, so dating would be in that 7 year period. Kerry
  13. LOL< I know Glassie.......Great piece
  14. LOL Forged from a railroad spike.....
  15. here's a couple: http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-whaling-fishing-whale-fleshing-knife last photo on this one(Modern repo) http://wftrapping.com/skinning_fleshing_pelter_knives.htm an...
  16. Lucas... you didn't comment on my determination.....LOL
  17. "Fleshing" tool would be better term......
  18. I haven't read through the comments, but it's a "Hide" scrapper, used to remove the fatty tissue off animal hide, like cattle and such
  19. Thank you Michael, Nicefice, Mickey, valentino97, courtenayantiques & gargoylecollector for the wonderful complements and sharing the loves, always deeply appreciated!!
  20. Thank You ttomtucker, Mickey(hope you're feeling better today), gargoylecollector & pickupman for stopping by and sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  21. Thank you Michael & Pops for stopping by, very appreciated!!
  22. Thank you kyratango, Daddy_Nobucks & walksoftly for stopping by and showing the support, very appreciated!!
  23. Thank you: Thomas, Nuts, Daddy_Nobucks, Walksoftly & Russ very appreciated!!
  24. No specific reason, other than Donald's a sailor.......to communicate time, I guess. Thanks Eye4 for dropping by
  25. Good Morning Thomas, wish you & yours and great day
  26. Thanks Trey for stopping in and sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  27. Thank you very much antiquerose, mikelv85 & kyratango for all the support, always great to see you've stopped in.
  28. Reference posting by me earlier:(Advert provided my Adam) http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/177387-the-first-donald-duck-pocket-watch--un?in=collection-3003 George has the wristwatch: http://...
  29. Thanks Windwalker for stopping in and sharing the loves, deeply appreciated!!
  30. Thank you very much Windwalker, race4four & mikelv85 for all the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  31. Thanks David (walksoftly), always great to see you've dropped in :-)
  32. Good Morning all..... Thank you Windwalker, Karen (racer4four) & PhilDMorris for the wonderful comments and support, always very appreciated!!
  33. The only other I know for certain , is 1936 Donald Duck wristwatch, pocket watch and pop-up display box. Swiss Made but marketed and distributed in London circa 1936
  34. Been searching all afternoon, this ad is the only reference to the 3 pigs in UK , I did determine the "Tumbler" parts were was produced in US, exported to UK and assembled with the 220/50 cycle motor ...
  35. Thank you NevadaBlades for all the loves, very appreciated!!
  36. LOL Thanks WARWAGON64, it's an addiction for sure Thanks NevadaBlades, always appreciate the support and comments :-)
  37. Thanks everyone for the complements and the pokes, lol, always very appreciated!!
  38. Thanks POPS52, always great to here from you and really enjoy seeing the nice things you post out of your fantastic collection....have a great evening
  39. Had to bring this back to the top, besides missed saying "Thanks" to petey for showing the support, Have a great Saturday night......
  40. Thank you Bruce, always great to see you've peeked in and shown the support. Hope all is well with you and yours :-)
  41. Howdy Pops, strange, I just dropped in today myself....great piece, thanks for sharing
  42. Different.....I have a set of colored filters, never used them, not think I might have to....lol
  43. Thank you collectorsedition50 for dropping in, always appreciated!!
  44. Thank You VETRAIO50, always very appreciated!!
  45. I find this very interesting.... the "Tumbler" Electric made in UK I've seen and own. Never knew a Three Little Pigs "UK" variant was made......very interesting. I wonder if the dial on it is marked i...
  46. The Logo is very similar to my early 1970's and lay-out also. I bet the old ones from that time-era have long since disappeared. Again, very cool and I agree with Trey.....Frame it
  47. I can't tell on the clock if it's a 2 mickey or 3 on sub-dial. Very neat advert, Love seeing these sort of things.
  48. Got to keep the Loonies on the path
  49. Thank you Mikelv85 & PhilDMorris for all the support, very appreciated!!
  50. @ vonsboy, My postings are shared to everyone and any info or comments are always welcome.... Thank you for you knowledge and input, always appreciated
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