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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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Clint B. Geller examines the intersection of the American Civil War and American watch-making in this horological/historical study.

Beginning with a definition of a “Civil War watch”, Geller looks at the perception of time during the Civil War, how timepieces impacted military tactics, and advancements in American watch-making.

The middle section of the book... Details
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Clint B. Geller examines the intersection of the American Civil War and American watch-making in this horological/historical study.

Beginning with a definition of a “Civil War watch”, Geller looks at the perception of time during the Civil War, how timepieces impacted military tactics, and advancements in American watch-making.

The middle section of the book discusses Civil War watch technology, including movements,... Details
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The Bond family devoted everything to providing the international community of astronomers, and the horologists supporting them, with the means and methods for mapping the sky and globe with the most accurate measurements. After years of research and writing, this magnificent new AHS publication traces the Bonds’ contributions to the recording of star time, maintaining accurate time at sea, and time distribution for the New England Railroads following the organization of time zones.... Details
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In September 2019, the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Chronometrie and the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc. jointly held an international symposium in Nuremberg, Germany. This event, “Time – Made in Germany: 700 Years of German Horology,” was the NAWCC’s 2019 Ward Francillon Time Symposium and also the first such collaboration between these two respected groups.

This book is the written record of the... 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:

- Alarm Clock
- Wall Clock
- Shelf Clock
- Grandfather Clock

Sold... 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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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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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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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
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A special treat for Nancy Drew fans, and any reader who’s new to the series! We’re releasing a stunning new edition of an old favorite: The Secret of the Old Clock, the first book in the incredibly popular, long-running series.

It’s the same exciting mystery that readers have fallen in love with for more than 80 years—Nancy Drew has to help Mr. Crowly’s friends find his missing will, before the evil Topham family steals his full inheritance. Now with a brand-new look,... Details
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The origin of this book dates to 1983 when the NAWCC Museum assembled a wonderful exhibit entitled, The Shelf Clock in Pennsylvania. This exhibit contained some of the rarest and most unique handmade clocks ever produced in Pennsylvania prior to 1850.

By: Edward LaFond, Jr & J. Carter Harris, 2008.

*ISBN: 978-0-9668869-8-6
*Paperback: 134 Pages
*Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
*Shipping Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
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First in a new cozy series that ticks with excitement and mystery!

Ruth Clagan may be an expert clockmaker, but she’s always had a tendency to lose track of time. And when trying to solve a murder, every minute counts…

Ruth’s beloved grandfather instilled in her a love of timepieces. Unfortunately after her grandmother died and he remarried, Ruth and Grandpa Thom became estranged. She’s wanted to reconnect after her recent divorce, but sadly they’ve run out... Details
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Postcard based on painting "Time" by Max Ferguson.
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This gold plated and screen printed ornament depicts the grand Seth Thomas Four Dial Street Clock which stands at the NAWCC headquarters entrance, was originally erected in Greenville, South Carolina.

It was purchased in 1967 by Mr. & Mrs. James Bruce Bell and, at that time, was moved to Seneca, South Carolina where it stood in front of the Bell Photography Studios for the next 25 years.

In 1992, the clock was donated to the National Association of Watch... Details
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Auction catalog of Anniversary Clocks, held after 2003 Symposium.
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Devoted exclusively to Torsion Pendulum Clocks and Rotary (Conical) Pendulum Clocks.

This catalog is a major departure from the catalogs of the previous Charles Terwilliger Silent Auctions in that it illustrates and describes only two distinctive types of clocks. The individual descriptions are considerably more detailed.
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This catalog is one of several produced by JUF. Charles Terwilliger called it a 1905 catalog.

The 400-Day Clocks shown in this 1910 catalog represent the amazing variety available during the early 1900's, from simple glass dome models to very elaborate models with marble, crystal, Brazilian onyx, gilt cast brass and bronze, and fine wood cases.

This 1910 catalog reprint has been produced by The International 400-Day Clock Chapter #168 as an educational... Details
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Book 8 Ingraham, New Haven & Sessions covers clock movement repairs to the products of three more U.S. manufacturers from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As a companion volume to Books 6 and 7, the material in Book 8 is based on American clock coverage from the editor's Clockmakers Newsletter, a monthly clock repair publication produced from 1987-2008.

Chapter 1 Ingraham features the editor's favorite American brand. The movements were often fitted with the... Details
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The rise of the American system of manufacturers in the private sector. The first mass produced, inexpensive consumer durable marketed in the United States was the wooden movement clock.

In Ingenious Yankees Donald Hoke examines the interaction between technology and the marketplace and the mechanisms through which that interaction occurred in nineteenth century America by examining the development of four industries-wooden movement clocks, axes, watches and... Details
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A combination of 542 photos, advertisements, original patent drawings and pamphlets. The informative text tells the story of the Waltham Watch Company wristwatches that accompanied the United States, United Kingdom and Canadian armies into the trenches of Europe during the Great War.

Hundreds of different case and dial combinations are covered including some of the rarest case styles ever produced, several that have never been published before. Pricing, rarity, US Army... 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