NEW Webinar!The American Watch Co. Grade – 40 Years of Excellence The Waltham Watch Company was the first successful watch factory and was responsible for many of the key innovations in watchmaking in America. In 1859 the name of the company was changed to the American Watch Co. This presentation explores the nine models produced over this 40 year period in the American Watch Co. grade and will be given by Tom McIntyre. TIME: Sunday, May 17th at 7pm EDT.
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.
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!
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