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Character Wristwatches71 of 285Ingersoll Mickey Mouse store standeeThis was different to me a Charlie tuna wrist watch 1986
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    Posted 5 years ago

    WARWAGON64
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    THESE ARE MY FAVORITE WATCHES 1935 PROTOTYPE DONALD DUCK WRISTWATCHES LOOKING FOR A MINUTE HAND TO COMPLETE 1 OF THEM .I WAS TOLD THAT THE WRIST BAND EMBLEMS CAME WITH EITHER DONALD OR MICKEY .DOES ANYBODY KNOW HOW MANY OF THESE WATCHES WERE MADE ?

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    1. vonsboy vonsboy, 5 years ago
      Just judging from the small number that have turned up, relatively few were produced, they created a sensation when the first one mint in the box turned up at Brimfield and was bought for $6,000 before ending up in the collection of Hy Brown.
    2. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 5 years ago
      thanks von did you happen to see what the box looked like ?
    3. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 5 years ago
      THANKS EVERYONE
    4. vonsboy vonsboy, 5 years ago
      Yes, a friend of mine bought the watch and then sold it to Hy Brown who has it in his hardback book with the story of it and the collection he put together. Pedre
      came out with a copy of it and if you look for Pedre Donald Duck wristwatch you
      can see it or find a copy of Hys book and see the original.
    5. vonsboy vonsboy, 5 years ago
      Yes, I just looked on the Internet and you can find photos of the Pedre Copy, and I
      suppose you could use a Pedre box to display your watches if you wanted since only
      one original box has ever turned up to my knowledge
    6. Wandlessfairy Wandlessfairy, 5 years ago
      These are great. Have put my meagure Duck collection up for you today as you are a Duckacholic.
    7. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 5 years ago
      THANKS FOR THE LOVE WANDLESSFAIRY LOVE YOUR COLLECTION HOPE YA GET DUCK FEVER LOL
    8. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 5 years ago
      Hello WARWAGON64 I looked at 1949 dodge roadsters o the internet since I am not familiar with that car. What I could tell and read on the side windows that they are in chrome frames that set in some type of mounting holes on the doors. The bottom channel is straight and the upper channel is one piece from the front bottom corner at windshield to the bottom rear corner at the rear of the door and follows the shape of the top bows. It has corner pieces at the bottom corners the are screw into the channel around the glass. To make a channel like that you need to find a metal channel that will have a channel wide enough for the glass and the glass tape that hold the glass it the channel ( very similar to tri5 chev.) The channel will also need to be thick enough to drill and tape for the corner brackets. To bend a channel to fit the top bows you need to have a piece of steel plate cut to fit the shape of the curve of the top and the plate has to be as thick as the glass an glass tape (glass 1\4 tape 1\16 x 2 =5\8 in inside of the channel) . Once you have the desired metal shape and correct channel you would tack weld one end of the channel to the shaped plate and heat with an oxy torch and slowly bend the channel to the shape. You need to leave a lot of extra on the channel to pull on while heating and shaping. You might need to hammer the side of the channel in the heat and bend time to keep it flat. Then finish with metal files so it will get rid of any marks from shaping and hammering an then have them chromed. I hope this helps you. To see some of the cars with the windows in I googled the car and selected images. Sorry it took long for an answer I am in Calif. and do not turn computer on every day. If I can be any more help I will Thanks Mickey
    9. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 5 years ago
      Hey WARWAGON64 I am in Brentwood Ca. about an hour form Sac. I am not to much into tri 5s but have restored 2 57s for customers. One from Sac and one from Concord. I am more into pre 50s. I have a 1948 Ford Conv. custom and 5 others yet started. ( won't live long enough to finish all l.o.l). Am working on a 1970 Chev. 4\4 steep side, 1946 Ford 2dr sedan, and 1940 Chev. coupe (high end car) right now. If I can help my # is 925-515-7637, I am retired from my business now. good luck Mickey
    10. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 5 years ago
      thanks mickey I ll be in touch I have a 41 chevy deluxe coupe and 51 Kaiser bunch of tri 5s and more lol
    11. Wandlessfairy Wandlessfairy, 5 years ago
      Good morning Warwagon64, I have posted a little Donald after catching your Duck fever lol
    12. WARWAGON64 WARWAGON64, 5 years ago
      THANKS WINGLESSFAIRY LOL

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