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Picture of the productEarly American Tower Clocks, Softcover
The NAWCC, along with assistance from Frederick Shelley's son Peter Shelley, and Donn Haven Lathrop, have produced a revision of Early American Tower Clocks. This revision incorporates Fred Shelley's 2002 "Early American Tower Clocks Revisited," which was a compilation of changes and additions to the original 1999 book.

In addition to "Revisited," five makers, or companies, have been added to this revision: Josiah Green, Jonas H. Phelps & Lewis E. Gurley, Hiram Todd Dewey, John Shapley, and Sven Bjorklund, Peter Blomberg, & Lars Soderquist. Many additions and changes have been made to existing entries, based on new information discovered in this third millennium.

*ISBN 978-0-9823584-9-8
*Product Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 11"
*Paperback: 262 pages
*Shipping Weight: 1.25 lbs
*Retail Price: $45.95


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Picture of the productWatch Case Makers of England
NAWCC Bulletin Supplement No 20, Spring 1994. A History and Register of Gold & Silver Watch Case Makers of England: 1720-1920 (NAWCC BULLETIN Supplement No. 20, Spring 1994) . 8-1/2" x 11" softcover, 216 pages, and 126 photos. 200-year history of the English gold and silver watch case makers.

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Picture of the productBook 6 Seth Thomas
Book 6 Seth Thomas covers the most popular movements produced by this well-known American clockmaking dynasty. Seth Thomas clocks rank high among repairers for quality and durability. Collectors are often attracted to Seth Thomas clocks for the same reasons, and this manufacturing name is more recognizable to the general public than any other.

Seth Thomas (1785-1859) started work in the clock manufacturing business in the early 1800s. The company is best known for the clocks made during the American mass production era, extending from the late 1800s until the early 1950s.
Chapter 1 is devoted to the No. 89 strike movement, which is one of the most plentiful produced by the company. Chapter 2 covers the main chime movements made by the company. These are the No. 113, the No. 124, and the Sonora Chime. Chapter 3 contains material on the early, difficult-to-repair ships bell movement. Chapter 4 features a variety of movements which strike the hours only, or the hours and half hours. These made up the largest share of Seth Thomas production. Chapter 5 includes material on simple, early alarms attached to movements. There are also articles on the Long Alarm and the Automatic Eight-Day Alarm. Chapter 6 covers several timepieces, that is, mechanisms which do not strike or chime.
The material in the book is based on features from Clockmakers Newsletter, the monthly clock repair publication produced by Steven G. Conover from 1987-2008.

Plastic Comb: 158 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0975257470
Package Dimensions: 11 x 8.8 x 0.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 1 lb.


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Picture of the productGeorge B. Owen Clocks, Illustrated Catalog
Illustrated catalogue of George B. Owen & Company Manufacturers and dealers in clocks.

By: George B. Owen & J. E. Grant, 2002. 

*Product Dimensions: 4 1/2 x 7 1/2"
*Shipping Weight: .5 lb
*Paperback: 48pp
*ISBN: 0-930476-24-7


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Picture of the productThe Rolex Story
The brand with the crown is recognized worldwide as an invaluable sports implement and luxury product. In little more than one hundred years, it has become one of the most successful and innovative watch brands on the planet. Rolex manufactures more than a half a million wristwatches per year while maintaining an outstanding reputation and near-perfect quality.

From the beginning, the sponsorship of statesmen, movie stars, and athletes has driven its success, but the company has expanded to include more than just the rich and famous. The Rolex Oyster became the first watch to defy the elements when, in 1927, Mercedes Gleitze wore one while she swam the English Channel.

In 1933, the company patented the first automatic winding mechanism. Learn more about this history and read updated reports written about new Rolex ideas and performance tests featured in the German watch magazine Armbanduhren (Wristwatch) from the past 15 years.

ISBN: 9780764345975
Hardcover: 144 pages
Product Dimensions: 9" x 12"
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs.


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Picture of the productSports Watches
In this guide to modern sports watches, discover honest assessments of luxury sports models, many varieties of chronographs, GMTs, and extreme diving watches, represented by the best sports brands in the world, including Patek Philippe, Breitling, Omega, Chronoswiss, and more.

But first, what exactly is a sports watch? Jewelers, connoisseurs, and the editors have agreed on the following definition: a sporty-looking timepiece, usually made of steel, that stays on your arm whether you're racing, diving, or flying. In the 1970s, Girald Genta designed three classic sports watches that challenged conservative styles and remained virtually unmodified for more than thirty years.

Using Gentais legacy as a starting point, this new book traces the evolution of the sports watch to today, focusing on the 21st century, from simple, robust steel watches with three hands to more complicated timepieces, with detailed technical comparisons between models, some of which are already considered classics.

By: Martin Häussermann

*Product Dimensions: 8 5/8" x 11 1/4"
*Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
*Hardcover: 144pp
*ISBN: 978-0-7643-4599-9


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Picture of the productCatalog of Mystery Clocks
Published by Buckeye Chapter 23 for the 2006 Southern Ohio Regional. It is a great identifier for someone who is starting to collect various mystery and related electric clocks.

By: Bob Holmes, 2006. 

*Product Dimensions: 11 1/4" x 8 3/4"
*Shipping weight: 1 lb
*Paperback: 71 pp


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Picture of the productFinding & Restoring Longcase Clocks
Finding and Restoring Longcase Clocks is essential reading for anyone interested in buying and restoring a long case clock. Experienced readers will be able to undertake most of the restoration work themselves, but for the novice the basic principles are explained and advice on seeking professional help is given.

His comprehensive guide to finding and buying longcase clocks tells you everything you will need to know about what to look for, what to avoid, and their prices and restoration costs, before going on to cover the practical aspects of restoration. Contents include: a detailed section on the workings of the clock; covering the time and strike trains; introduction to the restoration project; step-by-step instruction to assessing and restoring the clock case, dial, hands and clock movement, and finally advice on setting up the clock and keeping in good working order.

*ISBN: 9781847971357
*Paperback: 144 Pages
*Product Dimensions: 7.5" x 9.75"
*Shipping weight: 1 lb


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Picture of the productRolex Highlights
No Swiss watch brand has a more powerful reputation than Rolex. The name has long been synonymous with luxury watches of enormous prestige and the highest quality.

Since the Genevan manufacturers founding by Hans Wilsdorf in 1908, these precious timepieces have become coveted around the world. In this overview, become acquainted with Rolex's exciting history, which has been almost constantly characterized by success and expansion.

At the same time, examine the highlights of the most important models, primarily from the current collection, presented here in detailed images with complete technical specifications and accurate prices. This compact volume is a fine starting point for the novice collector and an efficient guide for the aficionado.

By: Herbert James, 2015

*Product Dimensions: 9 3/8" x 8 1/2"
*Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
*Hardcover: 96pp
*ISBN: 978-0-7643-4684-2


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Picture of the productElgin Trench Watches
No Swiss watch brand has a more powerful reputation than Rolex. The name has long been synonymous with luxury watches of enormous prestige and the highest quality.

Known as a company that would allow buyers to pick and choose among features for their personal watches. The US Army also created specifications dated November 3, 1914 and October 24, 1916, choosing the watch features their soldiers would wear. After a brief discussion of pricing, rarity, and company history, the wristwatches covered include: Star Dial Series, Giant Size 6s, RED 12 Dials, BOLD Arabic Dials, and Shadow Box Dials.

Also explored are dial date stamps, recent restorations, crystal guards, and Elgin watch movements. This venerable watch company, dating back to 1864, produced roughly 1,000,000 watch movements each year during World War I. Explore these veterans of the Great War through this fascinating read.

By:Stan Czubernat, 2015

*Product Dimensions: 8 3/4 x 11 1/4"
*Shipping Weight: 2.75 lbs
*Hardcover: 173pp
*ISBN: 978-0-7643-4711-5


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