PHOTOS: New Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Vault Collection Bulova Pocket Watch Arrives at Magic Kingdom

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Like the World’s Most Magical Celebration, the Vault Collection train never stops, it seems. After a Citizen watch was spotted with retro-style artwork on its face last week, we’ve finally found its brother in a new Bulova pocket watch with the same art at Uptown Jewelers in the Magic Kingdom, allowing Guests to add the Disney flair to their train conductor aesthetic.

50th Anniversary Vault Collection Bulova Pocket Watch – $150


The watch comes in a red mahogany box with a medallion atop that says “Disney Parks”.


The face uses the same art as the Citizen watch we spotted last week, except Mickey’s arms aren’t being used as clock hands on this watch.


Attached to the watch is a gold chain with a clip, typical of the style.


There is no design on the back of the pocket watch.

If you’re looking to add that train conductor feel to your Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary merchandise collection, you can pick up this Vault Collection Bulova pocket watch at Uptown Jewelers for $150 today. And be sure to check out the rest of the Vault Collection for more retro and retro-inspired items like this!

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Penny S
Penny S
1 month ago

Love this! Is it battery operated or wind up?

1 month ago

I used to work for Citizen in the Customization Dept., which is the dept. that actually lays out the artwork and prints on the dial of the watches, and I must say that those specific Bulova pocket watches are horribly made. I would never recommend that watch to anyone, especially not for the $150.00 price tag it has on it. The watch finish is very bad in that it scratches very easily, the metal is very soft, and a slight bump to the watch can knock of the case back. The Disney print quality on the dial of the watch… Read more »