This is a small three-phase stepper motor (20 mm diameter, 15 mm high without axis). It has three coils of 65 Ohm DC each, which are connected in a star: use the red, blue and yellow wires, leave the white/black wires unconnected. The motor has 15 steps per revolution. When 5 Volt is applied the motor draws very little current (a PIC can drive the motor directly, but do not forget the 6 suppressor diodes!) but it is not very powerfull. I think the motor is meant to be run at 12 Volt.
The circuit below shows a driver circuit and a phase diagram for the three phases.
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