NAWCC Bulletin No. 395: January/February 2012

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

Table of Contents

Our sample article this issue (public view) is:
"The Man Who Saved the Hamilton Model 21 Ship's Chronometer" by William R. Smith

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7 - The Myth that Black Foresters in America were Responsible for those Yankee Clocks from Connecticut by D. K. Stevenson and S. W. Stevenson
23 - The Restoration of an Alabaster French Clock by Robert Gary
29 - The Coakley Bros. Clock Tower: A Tale of Two Clocks by Ed Buc
34 - The Omega Watches “Marine” and “Marine Standard” by David Boettcher
46 - Steven Sibley, Clockmaker, Great Barrington, MA by R. W. Fischer
47 - Properties of Common Horological Metals by C. Stuart Kelley
56 - The Man Who Saved the Hamilton Model 21 Ship’s Chronometer by William R. Smith
64 - Tick Tock by Charlene Homolka
68 - The First American Clock Book by Tom Spittler
70 - Questions for the Authors of Clockmakers and Watchmakers of America by Name and by Place, 2nd Edition by Thomas J. Spittler and Chris H. Bailey

3 - 2011 Crafts Competition Winners
65 - Technical Tidbit No. 12: Tips for Working on Vienna Regulator Winding Drums by Stephen Nelson
71 - The National Watch & Clock Museum by Fortunat Mueller-Marki and Robert L. Hostetter
73 - Wristwatches: Eterna Revisited and Questions from the Inbox by Bruce Shawkey
76 - The First One by Jack Fessler, Bob Reichel, and Nicholas Kucharik
79 - Horologica by Fortunat Mueller-Maerki and Joseph Rabushka
82 - Mosaic by Maurice Blanchard and David Wenner
86 - In Memoriam—Dr. George Daniels
87 - In Memoriam—Dr. David S. Goodman
87 - Obituaries   
88 - In Memoriam—John Edward Illingworth Day
88 - In Memory and Honor
89 - The Answer Box with answers by Paul J. Foley, Rhett Lucke, and Scotty Dean
93 - Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
97 - Research Activities and News by Snowden Taylor and contributors
109 - Chapter Officers
112 - NAWCC Staff

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