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As you can see by the serial number these watches has been manufactured in vast numbers. I can't give exact date when the watch was manufactured, but it was definitely in 1960-1970-ies. Some watch manufacturers still do produce editions of M. Mouse themed watches, but now they are not in trend, so, not too many people buys them. Worthiness of your watch can be given if the experienced watchmaker/watch dealer see it in the flesh, as there are too many things to be considered: type of movement, overall looks, time keeping, even the type of picture of M. Mouse. All I can say is: do not expect a fortune. The best way for you is to make evaluation of the watch and then put it on specific watch/clock auction. Rate me,plz.
mcdevito75 here, hello miss d, the first Mickey watch Disney came out with was in 1933, Mickey was invented in 1928, if this is a picture of your Mickey above, then it wa made in the early 1980"s. If it's working very well it could be worth a collector value of approx. $30.00 --$50.00
Instructions are on the inside of the back cover:
1. short circuit AC and the battery clamp.
2. the hands will rotate once clockwise
3. in the chime mode, pull out the crown and set the hands to the 12:00 position
4. Return the crown to normal position, change to time mode and set the desired time
mcdevito75 here, I would imagine this is a Mickey Mouse Lorus watch by the picture supplied. If it Has DAY / DATE function, here"s what to do, --- To set the DAY, pull the stem out to set, keep turning the hads till you rech the day, then push in the stem. To Change the DATE 9 number) slip your fingernail just under the stem and lift it to it"s first position (notch) this should allow you to change the DATE (number) without haveing to turn the hands so many times.
Slapping your girlfriend will not help at all, but you definetely have to ask for watchmakers help to dry out your watch
properly. Moisture may not be visible to your eye, but it's still in
the watch case and ruins your watch movement permanently and quite
quick. Sooner or later your watch will stop or show some other faults, but by that time the price for repair can be sky-high. I've
been replacing whole movements, just because the owners thought it's
not a big deal or didn't want to pay for such a job. It just sounds
'drying out', but actually it's not, as watch must be disassembled
completely (incl. movement), cleaned, oiled and properly re-adjusted. Watch repairs has never been cheap, but better do it as soon as possible. Do not forget to rate, please.