Understanding the Fundamentals of Clocks for Valuation

Understanding the Fundamentals of Clocks for Valuation



NAWCC’s Understanding the Fundamentals of Clocks

for Valuation


April 10-15, 2018


Participants will be introduced to the identification of clock types, key characteristics and components, originality, condition, quality, and desirability. Also included are the roles of construction, function, and materials in proper identification, as well as a basic understanding of conservation, restoration, refinishing, and repairs with subsequent impact on value.


This newly revised, rigorous course includes reading assignments and research projects utilizing the NAWCC Museum and Research Library resources.  A final exam will be given and projects will be graded. Successful completion of the course will be recognized by the ISA as a Clock Specialty Course.


Instructor Joseph M. Jabbour, M.D., ISA is a member of the NAWCC, AWCI and HAV. He is an appraiser of clocks and watches based in northern Virginia.


Guest Lecturer Cindy Charleston-Rosenberg, ISA CAPP, is the Past President of The International Society of Appraisers.


 Registration Fee: 
$900 NAWCC members (early bird period only)
$1000 early bird Non Members (before 3/10/18)
$1350 regular registration (registration after 3/10/18)


For information or to register,

contact Gillian Radel 717.684.8261, ext. 237




Course originally developed by Joe Cohen, NAWCC Star Fellow.

4/10/2018 - 4/15/2018
514 Poplar St. Columbia, PA 17512 UNITED STATES
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