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Mickey Mouse Watches14 of 282Antique Mickey Mouse time pieceHelp!! Has anyone seen this online? Mickey Mouse stainless steel bracelet style watch. Can’t find anywhere online.
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    Posted 3 years ago

    LemmyKilmi…
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    All original. Not sure if it works. I am curious if it really is a WF watch.

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    1. mickeysmagic mickeysmagic, 2 years ago
      sorry to say but your watch is after fall of 1933 the worlds fair watch has a wire lug case and the 5 and 7 are the same size as the other #s and there is no pointer on the second hand dial hope this helps
    2. jimtone, 4 months ago
      1933 Worlds Fair Mickey Mouse watch Would not have a pointer on the subdial and Ingersoll added "MADE IN USA" on the dial at 8 o'clock in 1935. Not a 1933 Chicago world's Fair model. If you show me the movement with the back cover plate removed, I can tell you what year it was made, or if it's a "Frankenstein" mix of parts. Many folks get these back together by using what ever pieces they can locate.

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