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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 20, 2011
  • Channel: Auction House


This auction features a WORKING 1 inch diameter MICKEY MOUSE WINDUP WATCH from Hong Kong and is probably from the 1960’S and 1970’s.

The face pictures Mickey Mouse with the watch hands as mickey’s arms and hands and a red colored second hand. HONG KONG is printed at the bottom and a red heart with the word “LOVE” is located on the right side.

The watch back cover is engraved, “LIKSON CO., HONG KONG, STAINLESS STEEL BACK, and BASE METAL CASE. It is in very good condition with only a few fine scratches on the crystal and a few very fine scratches on the back cover. This is expected for a watch from this era.

The dark brown leather strap is also in very good condition and is printed GENUINE LEATHER on the back side. The watch stem is a silver color with a gold colored edge and a gold colored buckle.

Shipping cost depends upon the postal zone of the buyer. I accept Paypal presently. Local pickup is encouraged to cut down on shipping costs with optional methods of payment. I have tried to include all details about this item as accurately as possible. Since this item is used it is being sold on an “As Is” basis.

I ship with insurance, 1 st class and pack well. Due to a bad experience with unscrupulous ebayers, no returns are accepted unless the description is greatly misrepresented. Buyer’s remorse is not a reason for return.

Feel free to email me with any questions you have. to win - THERE IS NO RESERVE BID. This item would make a welcome addition to anyone’s collection or as a wonderful gift. Thank you for your interest and good luck.

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