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Wristwatches1077 of 1949Nicolet Watch Sub 200 Chronograph - 1956. Swiss MadeThe Wyler Automatic Wristwatch
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    Posted 9 years ago

    mickeysmagic
    (141 items)

    This is the inside movement and the inside of the case of the French Bayard Mickey Mouse clock. hope you see good enough Kerry

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Can see good enough. Very early piece, no numbers as you said, I have several the earliest marked 1946, so this is pre-war. Again, the books are wrong, lol. It would be a first issue, predating the "Authorized" by Disney. would be a 1936-1938, as these won't have been produced after France was involved in the war.
      Thanks for this posting, when George talks me into doing "The Book", several older books will be shown as obsolete.
    2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      BTW, Congrats on Having a "First" run model
    3. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 9 years ago
      Thanks Kerry glad to hear that this is the early piece . you should really think on doing abook all the books I have found do not have a 100th of what I have leaned from your knowledge. and when you do a book it would be a pleasure to contribute anything to help you do it. and Ido not expect anything in return but your friendship. thanks Mickey
      pleasure
    4. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Mickey , Thanks for the offer, will keep in mind. Your friendship is already been established. So for "returns", will definitely have to mention in credits, along with George :-)
    5. geo26e geo26e, 9 years ago
      Kerry, if you can't be bothered to write, I'll offer my service as your ghostwriter! The spell check on my laptop is not too bad! Lol
    6. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Thanks George, okay guys when are we going to sit down and do this, lol, meet where? George I think spell check won't help on my grammar though, Dang ole "Hill-Billy " dialect
    7. geo26e geo26e, 9 years ago
      No worries, Mickey will correct the grammar and me the spelling ! Lol Are you serious about this? I can e mail a few ideas over to you to think it over or do you have any particular topic that you want to express? I'll Google on how to publish a book tomorrow and get back to you!
    8. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Let me tie up a few "on goings" with the "cabin" and we can check into it. you input on ideas are always welcome. I have a close cousin(live with me while finishing school) who works in publishing for King Syndicates in New York, maybe if we start with Popeye, they'd jump right in.

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