GUEST: It was given to me in the mid-'60s by a very favorite aunt, and it had been given to her probably 20 years prior to that from my father's mother and I did not play with it; it's been in a box. Your piece dates to probably about Steiff early pieces are very rare.
It was discovered, that by releasing picture books along side some of their films. They were able to capitalize on the popularity of a movie and garnish additional revenue long after the films have stopped screening. Before the innovation of the home theater releases that we have today, be it Netflix or BlueRay.
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Its monetary value can be quite high, however. Whether you are just curious or getting ready to sell, find out how much that Mickey Mouse timepiece is worth today by conducting a little research. Take detailed photos of the wristwatch or pocket watch from all angles for your records.
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Mickey Mouse is a featured articlewhich means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Disney Wiki community. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. He is an anthropomorphic mouse characterized as a cheerful optimist with an adventurous and mischievous streak.
Now, however, bewitched collectors of Disneyana have been willing to pay otherworldly prices for a piece of the fairy tale. Many rare and extravagant pieces of Mouse memorabilia have gone from several hundred for brochures and souvenir buttons into the hundreds of thousands, and even millions for one-of-a-kind props and limited-edition memorabilia that vanished in a poof of pixie dust. Now it can be the porthole to your childhood if you have a grand or so to spare. Ever go to the Disney store as a kid, oblivious to the shelves of stuffed Mickeys and Minnies when all you really wanted to do was climb the props?