NEW WEBINAR: The Beginning of the Self-Winding Wristwatch – Interesting Finds in the Museum Watch Collection in 2014. REGISTER TODAY!
Our Gallet guest curator of wristwatches, Adam Harris, will discuss the “genesis” of the automatic wristwatch 1922 to 1940s. Adam will also present some of his research findings during his stay as a guest wristwatch curator, including important and updated NAWCC collection items descriptions, early patents, and WWI photographs of the wristwatch in Europe and America. There will be lots of interesting period advertisements and images included in the discussion.
JOIN US ON NOVEMBER 21 FOR THE 2014 EXTRAORDINARY GIVE!
On November 21, donate to the National Watch & Clock Museum online at ExtraGive.org and your generous gift will be stretched (partially matched) by a portion of $250,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and sponsors. Plus, just by donating, you could help us win EXTRA from the $50,000 prize pools! The NAWCC has participated in this annual event since 2012 and has watched as the Extraordinary Give has grown every year. On November 21, log on and GIVE!
NAWCC ONLINE LEARNING: Benefit from NAWCC-sponsored courses and training via the internet!
The NAWCC is excited to launch our new online learning format! By logging onto your member account you can purchase and gain immediate access to the online course at your convenience, anytime, anywhere. Watch the content as often as you like during your access period with 24/7 viewing support through ScholarLab. Our first course is Batteries, Bands, and Bracelets, taught by NAWCC workshop instructor Tony Paster. This course provides an overview on the removal and installation of watch batteries, watch bands, and bracelets on a variety of styles and watch case types. More courses will be added soon!