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The NAWCC Store at The National Watch & Clock Museum

“Yours, Mine, and Hours,” the NAWCC and Museum retail store, features a wide array of timely treasures from fine timepieces and unique gifts to clothing and educational toys. The NAWCC Store maintains a broad selection of books on virtually every horological topic including technical books, back issues of the Watch & Clock Bulletin and Supplements that will appeal to the most discerning collector as well as the casual student of horology.

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The eye is the ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for making and doing things, and this is the watch for getting things done. This Eye Watch is the descendent of the Eye of Horus that protected ancient pharaohs of Egypt and the Eye of Providence gazing out from the Great Seal of the United States.

Time will never pass in the blink of an eye when you have the watch that watches because this eye never blinks. The iris revolves, hypnotically ticking away the... Details
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The TARDIS flies around the vortex each minute on this Doctor Who watch! Wear it so you're not late on your travels through time and space. Japanese quartz movement. 38mm diameter. If you are familiar with UPG's watches this one is 5mm larger. No cheating by traveling through time. Not waterproof.
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What has two legs, four arms, and tells time? Our Shiva Watch! This unusual timepiece features the Hindu god Shiva in the form of Nataraj, the god of dance. Though it appears that Shiva is dancing, he is actually using two of his outstretched arms to indicate the time (a trident revolves as a distinctive second hand). Namaste. Face is 33mm in diameter. Japanese, quartz movement. Not waterproof.
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The Higgs boson is mostly just theoretical, even after the successful experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. But this watch is 100% real! The Higgs boson may have no spin, electric charge, or color change, but the Higgs boson watch has a nice imitation leather band and a spinning second hand that spirals around. The image shows what is believed to be evidence of the Higgs decaying into other bosons during a collision.

Okay, let's be honest. None of us really... Details
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The other day, we were sitting in our cucumber slicing our eyeball with a razor blade when a brilliant idea came to us. "Hey, we should make a Salvador Dali watch!"

So we took off our serpents, revived the bread basket, and got down to work. It took awhile, but we designed a wristwatch that we think Salvador himself would be proud to wear. The face of the watch depicts Dali himself, and his moving mustache serves as the watch's hands. An ant marches around the rim of... Details
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"Oh, dear! Oh, dear! I shall be too late!" -- The Rabbit Does that sound like you? Always frantically rushing from one place to another? This attractive wrist watch may not help you arrive on time, but if you wear it you can be fashionably late.

The delightful Wonderland Watch features characters, images, and text from Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland." The face of the watch depicts Alice surrounded by a circle of flying playing cards. As the... Details
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A lot has changed since Charlie Chaplin's heyday, but two things remain constant -- people still feel like cogs in a giant machine and people still tell time. Both of those constants are playfully captured in our Charlie Chaplin Modern Times Watch.

The watch features an iconic image of the Little Tramp stretched over a huge gear, wrenches in hand as he tightens some bolts. As the watch ticks, Charlie rides the gear around the watch once every minute. This attractive... Details
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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... Details
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These 3-dimensional (3D) puzzles include pre-cut wooden pieces that push out of the plywood sheets. All kits include assembly diagrams and sandpaper to touch up rough spots. Stain, paint or leave wood natural. Fun and easy project for children ages 6 and up. The clock kits include one quartz time-only clock movement, hands, and assembly hardware.

Available in the Grandfather Clock, Bracket Clock, Alarm Clock, Shelf Clock & Wall Clock. Please email the Gift Shop with your ... Details
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The Complete Price Guide to Watches not only provides accurate pricing on a plethora of watches, but also historical information on a myriad of watchmakers, including company histories, movement identification, serial numbers, grade numbers, production dates and quantities.

All of this information is accented by antique illustrations salvaged and lovingly reproduced from long-lost watch catalogs, advertisements and brochures. It is because of this attention to detail... Details
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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... Details
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11 oz. white mug with C handle is perfect for any beverage. National Watch & Clock Collectors logo silk screened and "watching the minutes pass never felt so good".
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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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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... Details
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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 ... Details
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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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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 ... Details
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This celebration of high-end men’s wristwatches is a collection of essays, timelines, and more than 250 color photographs. Aimed at collectors, watch enthusiasts, and anyone with an interest in fashion, the book ranges from in-depth looks at specific models, including classics and contemporary timepieces, to overviews of pilot’s watches, diver’s watches, and other watches developed for various purposes. Short essays and timelines take a look at pop culture, including topics such as... Details
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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, ... Details
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This is a high-level overview of the legendary watch brand, A. Lange & Sohne.

In 1845 Ferdinand Adolph Lange convinced the Saxon government to build a pocket watch factory in Glashutte, a quaint town in the East Ore Mountains now known as the birthplace of the German watch industry. For four generations the Langes produced some of the most exquisite, intricately designed wristwatches the horological world has ever known.

Physically and financially ruined by ... Details
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Breitling is especially known for its characteristically masculine wristwatches. This distinctive design is the main reason for its great popularity since the 1930s. The book presents the most beautiful and most important models of the Breitling history. The fascinating text provides a history of the brand and historical examples. The models explored include the Navitimer, Avenger, Chronographs, Superocean, Breitling for Bentley, and Cockpit. Also included are brief histories of each ... Details
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The history of American watchmaking is a microcosm of the history of American manufacturing. It is at its heart a story of the factory system producing interchangeable parts on automatic machinery. More broadly its rise and fall mirror that of the factory system as a whole.

By embracing that system watch companies were able to create affordable watches for the newly established middle class and create good jobs for millions of men and women across the country. Because... Details
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The National Watch & Clock Museum exhibited over 30 horological objects associated with 21 U.S. presidents during the 2008 exhibit season.

The pieces represented everything from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Among the objects were many surprises, and the Museum provided a great deal of information to the donor institutions about their presidential timepieces.

Gathering the objects took several months and required staff to travel all over the United... Details
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A banker who has been receiving threatening notes enlists the help of the Hardy boys. Before long, the young sleuths find themselves entangled in the investigation of a notorious band of thieves.

By: Franklin Dixon

*Shipping Weight: .5 lb
*Product Dimensions: 5 x 7.75"
*Hardcover: 180 pages
*ISBN: 978-0-448-08911-9
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Mr. Winky is fond of his noisy clock shop until Mr. Glum comments on the awful noise, that is. Newly bothered by the constant tick tocks, Mr. Winky decides to leave. But no matter where he goes (the train, the countryside, and the woods), he can't find any peace. There's noise everywhere! Before long, Mr. Winky can't wait to get back to the comfort of his noisy clock shop.

By: Jean Horton Berg, 2015

*Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 10.5"
*Shipping... Details