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Mickey #1 Watch 1930 Missing arms and second disc (needs cleaning

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    Posted 7 years ago

    mickeysuncle
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    Mickey number one is the most collectable watch .. Very rare to find one with the bracelect and clasp . I am looking for the arms and and a second disc. Also I have Here the Pinocchio Watch by US TIME circa 1948 and also a Cinderella by Timex circa 1975 . I have been collecting for 25 years . This is only a bit of the balance I have . Unfortunately since we moved to a condo I have no room to display my collection. So periodically I open the boxes and go thru all my memories.

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 7 years ago
      The Mickey is third issue style, circa 1934-37, the birthday Pinocchio (1948) is sweet, nice example and the Cinderella is 68-71 if marked Timex..... Ingersoll/US Time/Timex surrendered their Disney contact 1971, Bradley Time picked up contract Jan. 1972. Thanks for sharing your memories and wonderful pieces.
      Kerry
    2. inky inky, 7 years ago
      What a shame but! at least you still have them and can sit and reminisce, it would have been sad if you had to find new home for them...:-)
    3. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
      Hmmmmm.....no response to comments
    4. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 6 years ago
      nice pin0cchio

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