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  1. Mr Dealux Jun 19, 2018

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    hello, I’m having trouble confirming this model/year /maker and reference and would greatly appreciate some help from you. movement is a swiss based 1 jewel pin and Multiple photos attached. My research thus far leads me to nowhere . Case Matterial is chromed steel - size is around 30-32mm/
    Any other input is appreciated from the experts.
     
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  2. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Jun 19, 2018

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    Well...

    They are cheap movements... chrome cases also? I’d assume no later then 75 and no earlier then 55 from the movements.

    The @W.D.P. Should give an idea of the date I’m not sure how long they used that mark.

    As watches they are cheap junk. As Disney collectibles that’s an impressive set.

    It’s value is the set of Disney and condition.

    Is there any markings on the baseplate anywhere? Do you need to know the movement? 1 jewel are basically throw away.
     
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  3. larryganz The cable guy Jun 19, 2018

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    Nice set. I wonder why they used such cheap movements though? Have you contacted Disney yet for more info?

    My wife has a cool Minnie Mouse watch that has vanished from the bathroom, and I think I'm going to go on a manhunt for it this week, before it has a leaking dead battery.

    Not trying to hijack the thread, but we got her at the same time as my only Disney watch, bought in 1993 at the Orlando airport, which has a Miyota quartz movement. Holographic crystal Mickey Mouse watch.

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  4. connieseamaster Jun 19, 2018

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    These were meant as souvenirs, I bet original price was under $10/ea.
     
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  5. Mr Dealux Jun 19, 2018

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    Thank you
     
  6. Mr Dealux Jun 19, 2018

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    Thank you. The movement indeed a cheep movement.
    The condition and the design is a cool :)
     
  7. Mr Dealux Jun 19, 2018

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    O found Nothing on the baseplate:(

    Thank you again !