NAWCC Bulletin No. 364: October 2006

Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.

Table of Contents

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515 – A Dial from Laura Spelman Rockefeller by Peter Klein
518 – E. Howard & Co. Divided-Plate Key Wind Movement Serial Number 349: First Run by Clint B. Geller
521 – The Fall of Ansonia: Down, But Not Quite Out by Jeremy Woodoff
531 – Mr. Argo’s Clock—A Late Eighteenth-Century Astronomical Clock
by Ray Kaplan
544 – An E. Howard Clock Restoration Project by George Hudson
550 – The Turn of the Screw by Pete Riegel
551 – Julius Gotsch: Watchmaker, Jeweler, Mentor, and Inspiration to Four Generations of Watchmakers and Jewelers by David Christianson
563 – The Psychology of Collecting by Mark B. McKinley
569 – Impulsing the Pendulum: Escapement Error by Dr. George Feinstein
576 – Burnishing Pivots Revisited by Richard Hatch
616 – A Few Highlights of the 2006 NAWCC National Convention by Tom Borkowski and Louise Allen
523 – The National Watch & Clock Museum—“The Hamilton Tool Drawing Project”
by Robert L. Hostetter
525 – Practical Repair and Restoration—“Part 2: Faux Wood Grain Finish” by Tom Temple
566 – Wristwatches—“Enicar: Quality Watches on a Budget” by Bruce Shawkey
575 – A Tribute to John D. Miller
578 – Obituaries
579 – From the Workshop—“Watchmaking and Repairing Tools” by Doug Sinclair
586 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
589 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
601 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
604 – Horologica
606 – State of the Association
617 – Chapter Highlights
640 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
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