Vintage Ingersoll Cinderella wrist watches
A Cinderella wrist watch
A Cinderella wrist watch
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Vintage Ingersoll Cinderella wrist watches are collectible watches made by Ingersoll in the 1960s, depicting the fairy tale character Cinderella as portrayed in the 1950 Disney film.

According to the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act’s definition, “vintage” refers to pieces manufactured within the last 100 years and can include items made as recently as the 1980s.

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The watches were manufactured by the Connecticut, US-based Ingersoll-Waterbury Company, the firm behind Waterbury clocks, and the Ingersoll Mickey Mouse watch for boys.

Vintage Ingersoll Cinderella wrist watches

The pin-lever watch featured a leather strap and was presented in glass slipper-style packaging.1

How much are vintage Cinderella Ingersoll watches worth?

A good condition example without its original packaging can sell for around $30.

Timepieces with their original distinctive packaging could achieve considerably more than that figure.

See also

Main article: Watches

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