NEW COURSE AVAILABLE: Bushing and Depthing on the Milling Machine by Jerry Kieffer
This online course will cover the installation of bushings and depthing for both clock and watches on a milling machine. This course uses a Sherline milling machine when demonstrating a series of very specific (and important) techniques useful to the active horologist.
NEW Webinar!The Beginning of the Hermetic Wristwatch
This program will cover the history of ‘hermetically’ sealed watches from 1891 to circa 1950s, including photos and adverts from those periods. Our presenter, wristwatch volunteer curator Adam Harris, will also show some amazing photos of early wristwatches being worn in different walks of life and occupations.
The NAWCC is now taking advance registrations for our 2015 National Convention to be held in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Join fellow collectors and horologists in attending lectures, workshops, informational presentations and various annual chapter meetings scheduled to coincide with the event. Pre-registration ends May 31st!
Preservation of timepieces is important to you. When you want information, where do you turn? Do you go to the NAWCC online archives for Watch & Clock Bulletins? (It's a wealth of information, published consistently since 1943!) The NAWCC counts on your support to keep marching on—to foster and educate members on preservation and collecting. Contributions enhance what the NAWCC can offer you. Your gift is important, whatever the amount. Please give today.