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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Kellogg's  Promotional "Dig ' Em" Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Todays Project Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Ingersoll "Boy Scout" Wrist Watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
The First Peter Pan Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Project Peter Pan Clock - Clocksin Clocks
1992 Aladdin's Magic Lamp Amimated Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Oldie...... Repost..... 1930's "Services" Mickey Mouse Pocket Watch - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Variant #2 "Pathfinder" Pocket Watch - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
"Rocking Rat" Animated Nodder Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Smith's "Ranger" Automation Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks


  1. Hello Mickey, Thanks for the loves and support, always very appreciated!!
  2. Eye4, your reading way to much into it. The old film was media of a time when cow chips were entertaining, lol......This like so many other things of the era, were at best....left to imagination.
  3. dinumaxim, please review the policies here on this forum, items are not advertised for sale or ask for appraisals. This is an information forum, not monetary
  4. Eye4......
  5. Thank You VETRAIO50....Always very appreciated!!
  6. LOL....Sean, was talking about the battery, but the bell answer will do :+)
  7. Marketing ploy..... the film was such a success, clock was produced.....or relative thinking.....the "Tick-Tock" that Capt. Hook
  8. Thanks Roy, hope all is well up on the mountain :-)
  9. Sean old buddy.....What's that round object in the back of your clock....never seen one of those in mine..lmao..... Great looking timepiece
  10. Eye4, yes and the style of movement and pointed framing was used on a couple also, the 1920's windmill is an example, just dial change and outer décor frame
  11. Thank You; Roy, Phil, Bruce and Sean for all the loves
  12. Yes, he like my youngest brother, so use to that look :-)
  13. LOL Bruce, I don't have any pixiedust, but 13 grandchildren, have to be quick or lose parts lol
  14. Thank You Jewels, very appreciated :-))
  15. Virginia.vintage, siempre grande a complementos tienen noticias de usted, Muchas gracias Thank you walksoftly, always very appreciated!!
  16. Thank You: Mani, lol....could be "All My Clocks" too, lol xoxo Aghcollect and rniederman for the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  17. contact Patek with photos and the serial # on back, they should be able to say quickly
  18. I check "collections" page also Sean, dates back 175 years, lol
  19. Thank You Jewels, Mani, xoxo and Bruce, very heavy and needed a strong Mantle to hold it up :-)
  20. The black dial one, pretty sure replica, question the first one, but not sure, lovely watch either way, but I searched the Peter Patek home site and didn't find this model.
  21. Thanks Mani, tried to sneak this one in, lol. xoxo
  22. Thank You: fortapache, shawnicus, mikelv85, racer4four, walksoftly and Virginia.vintage for all the loves, support and complement, very appreciated!!
  23. Hello All, Thank You: Sean, ole buddy, VETRAIO50, shawnicus, mikelv85, racer4four, LOL Karen, always try to be :-) David and Russ, I must have missed that showing Thanks again everybody for ...
  24. Lots of comments and loves....hmmmm... I'll do this in stages, lol Thank you Phil, thanks for the addition info on actress and wonderful complement. Sean, old buddy, means a lot to get the doubl...
  25. Good Day everybody, been lots of activity since I seen you all last. Thank You: Phil. it was in pretty bad disarray.....Disney magic :-) Sean, ole buddy ;-) fortapache, inky, mikelv85, racer4f...
  26. size #0, hunter movement, 7 jewel, gilt (plated)...1881 mfg., would have been probably in gold case, scrappers have it melted down now. value is not
  27. Hello Phil, Thanks for stopping by and showing the loves, always deeply appreciated!!
  28. Thank You Mani and Lee, very appreciated!!
  29. Howdy AGH, Thanks for sharing the loves :-)
  30. Thank You MOONSTONELOVER21 for all the loves and support, very appreciated!!
  31. Thank You Lee, always very appreciated!!
  32. Good Evening Lee, Thanks for looking at this and all the other stuff, really appreciate the loves shared :-)
  33. Eye4, you're welcome :-)
  34. You're very Welcome, Mani. I've been around....just in the wings :-) xoxo
  35. Thanks again.....I agree , different from my normal, but fits in "theme" wise. Also Art Deco clocks and watches, I have several
  36. love him....not to scary... ;-)
  37. Thanks EYE4BEAUTY. :-)
  38. Thank You VETRAIO50 and AGHCOLLECT for dropping by and checking this out, very appreciated!!
  39. Thanks AGHCOLLECT for sharing the love, very appreciated!!
  40. Thank You VETRAIO50, always very appreciated!!
  41. Terrabettis819, Thanks for the loves, I can't honestly tell you, I've had these for 40+ years and never wonder if had any value at all, these are strictly mementos from my youth
  42. open the back and cover, there will be a serial # on the movement itself......type in # on the link and it will tell you age and brief description of it.
  43. Well hopefully all will be okay, fingers and toes crossed
  44. LOL strange how it all comes back..... :-)..... not pulling your leg, they did make one
  45. oops just reread comment...should say "can gift it as planned"
  46. The "off-color" yellow makes me think it might be
  47. Yep the one is Seiko..... and your newest addition, put under blacklight and see if whole dial glows, they made a variant that was "Glow In Dark", not very many around
  48. The newest is one of the first styles Lorus produced, the larger dial is always better, appeal to collectors. is it a luminous dial?
  49. Nice collection happening there :-)........ the smaller chrome one towards the center(L/H side of the oval watch) appears to be a Seiko....always a goodie :-)
  50. Thanks Sean and eye4, will be watching for your newest addition :-)
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White, big, vintage, old alarm clock Peter Pink Mr. Peanut Jar Reverse printed logo - not a camera trick. Unique neon coca cola clock Seth Thomas Old Wall Clock Canadian Drill Press Found in my Storage Unit Seth Thomas wall clock Ugly....... mystery maker any ideas?


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