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National Watch and Clock Museum

National Watch & Clock Museum

The National Watch & Clock Museum features North America’s largest collection of timepieces from all over the world. Visitors can see timepieces from every stage of human history - primitive to space-aged.

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Benefits of NAWCC Membership

NAWCC members have access to an online horological forum, the world’s largest horological research library, horology events and conventions, and so much more. Members also enjoy subscriptions to Watch & Clock Bulletin and Mart & Highlights magazines.

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The 2020 Dayton National Convention has been CANCELED. More Information

A Message from the National Convention Committee
The NAWCC is following the State Closure requested by Governor Tom Wolf. There are staff working remotely to check and respond to member phone messages and emails. Please be patient during this time. There may be some delay in responses, but someone will reach out to you. Thank you for understanding and working with us.
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From the Forums


IWC Jones Model H and E

This is a really old thread that I am reviving for two reasons. One is that the original images of...


Lovely Ladies -- European

Ladies pocket watches are not much discussed on this message board, yet some of them are high-grade, some have lovely...


DeLong No. 4

This watch showed up several years ago and I was skeptical at first whether or not Charles E. DeLong had...

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Featured Content

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Enjoy a free article from this month’s Watch & Clock Bulletin. Read “London Women in Horology” by Bob Frishman.

Featured Exhibit

The Engle clock, which was completed in 1877, weighs 1,049 pounds and has a height of 11 feet, a width of eight feet, and a depth of three feet.

Featured Webinar

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The Clock That Went to War by Al Dodson

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Joining the NAWCC or visiting our Museum are wonderful ways to support our mission of horological education and preservation. However, our membership dues and museum entry fees don’t cover the cost of running and maintaining the largest horological organization in the world.

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