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Worlds Fair Memorabilia133 of 1651967 Perpetual Calendar1934 Worlds Fair Souvenir Book
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Posted 6 years ago


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Hands-down the most coveted and rare Mickey Mouse watch of all time, a "True 1933 Ingersoll Mickey Mouse Chicago World's Fair Wristwatch", the first Mickey watch ever made! This is the very watch that sold for a record-breaking $6,100 at Christies Auction House about 6 years ago. I even have the original box and actual warranty/instruction pamphlet and it runs perfectly. The leather strap is still as soft as a well-used leather jacket, the case is still nearly perfect and as you can see, zero yellowing or crazing (tiny cracks) on the paper face. Easily my rarest, best Mickey watch ever. Keep your eye out for this little beauty, I've seen just 2 in "similar" condition in the last 2 years.
My Disneyana pride and joy.


  1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
    Love the watch, but aren't the numbers 5 and 7 supposed to be linar to the other for the worlds fair? Regards Kerry
  2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
    Check my listing of Goodie BOX of Ingersoll mickeys the first picture first watch and the second watch has the small #
  3. mousetime80, 5 years ago
    I have, what I believe is an early 1933 Mickey Mouse watch. It has the Art-Deco bezel and the wire lug case and is in mint condition. It only has half of the original leather band however, the buckle side. The band has the metal bracket to attach to the wire lug and the Mickey charm. What I need is the other half of the band, with the bracket and charm. Can anyone help? Mousetime80
  4. Mickeyfan, 3 years ago
    kerry10456, you're right, the numbers should be the same size as the others AND above the knees on the world's fair edition with wire lugs. That looks like a c1934 in a 1933 world's fair case.
  5. jimtone, 2 months ago
    I see this deco wire lug Ingersoll with that 1934 style dial often? Do any of you have any real info as to where these came from? Were the dials changed from an older watch or did the early 34 models have wire lug cases and deco bezels? I'm thinking not but would like to see what you guys think?

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