NAWCC Bulletin No. 407: January/February 2014

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

Table of Contents

Our sample article this issue (public view) is: "The Most Complicated Watch in the World" by Bob Pritzker (CAN)

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3 - James Harden & William Jones, Philadelphia Painted Tall Clock Dials: 1816-1845 by Paul J. Foley
13 - The Artistry of the American Multi-Colored Pocket Watch by Len and Penny Steiner
17 - The Most Complicated Watch in the World by Bob Pritzker
25 - An Unmarked 8-Day Time & Strike Spring-Driven Movement by Peter Gosnell
29 - “John Harrison” Clock Lost and Found by Bob Frishman
34 - Colonial Manufacturing Company, Zeeland, MI by Andrew H. Dervan
47 - TEMCO–Art Deco Domestic Synchronous Clocks by Les Pook
59 - The Hopkins Clockmakers of Litchfield and Harwinton, CT: Part 2A. Hopkins & Alfred, Harwinton by Bryan Vernimb and Snowden Taylor

11, 58, 75 - The National Watch and Clock Museum by Al Dodson and Sara Dockery
12 - Horology in Art–Part 12 by Bob Frishman
24 - In Memoriam – John Farnan
31 - The First One or I Collect ... Because by Susan Foreman Lewis and Jeff Crouch
33 - In Memory of
33 - Obituaries
76 - Technical Tidbits No. 22: Of Oil, Oilers, and Oil Sinks by Stephen Nelson
81 - Fantastic Finds and Related Tales by Fredric J. Friedberg, editor
84 - Wristwatches: Jardur Watches Salute Glory Days of Air Flight by Bruce Shawkey
87 - Horologica by Bruce R. Forman, Fortunat Mueller-Maerki, and William Ward
90 - Vox Temporis – Letters to the Editor
92 - The 2013 Time Symposium “Time for Everyone” by Diana DeLucca inside front cover
100 - Research Activity and News by Snowden Taylor, editor
112 - NAWCC Staff