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EUROPEAN POCKET WATCHES BOOK 3 - PRICE GUIDE BOOK - 1994 VINTAGE PRICE GUIDE - PRICES REVISED JUNE 1996

By Ehrhardt, Roy

Umatilla, FL: Heart of America Press, 1996. PB. very good, metal spiral bound wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0913902899 201pp, ads.

$85.00

SWATCH - THE BOOK - TIME IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT. FALL-WINTER COLLECTION 1998

By Swatch

Switzerland: Swatch S.A., 1998. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). color illustrations. 78pp.

$30.00

TIME AND DEFIANCE OF GRAVITY - RECENT WORKS BY WENDELL CASTLE

By Hammel, Lisa (essay by)

University of Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery, 1986. PB. very good, wraps (softcover) light fading to covers. B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0918098009 Catalogue of the exhibition. Light fading to the covers. 16pp.

$30.00

NEW ENGLAND CLOCKS AT OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE - THE J. CHENEY WELLS COLLECTION

By Avery, Amos G.

Sturbridge, MA: Old Sturbridge Village, 1955. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. unpaginated.

$5.00

THE CLOCK BOOK: BEING A DESCRIPTION OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN CLOCKS

By Nutting, Wallace

Framingham, MA: Old American Company, 1924. HC. good++, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket. over 250 B&W ill.. 312pp.

$10.00

SIX QUAKER CLOCKMAKERS: 1682-1813

By Chandlee, Edward E.

Stratford, CT: New England Publishing Co, 1975. HC. very good+, yellow cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket as published. 163 B&W figures. Descriptive book with illustrations of clocks, dials and works. Historic data and biographical sketches of the Six Quaker Clockmakers. First published in 1943. A quality reprint. 260pp.

$40.00

MARYLAND CLOCKMAKERS

By Whisker, James Biser; Hartzler, Daniel David; Petrucelli, Steven P.

Cranbury, NJ: Adams Brown Company, Inc, 1996. HC. very good, pictorial boards (hardcover) bottom corners bumped. B&W illustrations. 248pp.

$60.00

BENJ. ALLEN & CO. 1917 ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE -- TIMEPIECE SECTION

By BENJ. ALLEN & CO

Nashville, TN: reprint by J. E. Coleman, 1968. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Quality reprint of the TIMEPIECE SECTION of the 1917 Benj. Allen & CO. catalogue - "Exclusively Wholesale." Excellent resource for the pocket watch collector. 104pp.

$20.00

NEW HAMPSHIRE CLOCKS & CLOCKMAKERS

By Parsons, Charles S.

Exeter, NH: Adams Brown Co, 1985. HC. good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover). over 550 B&W illustrations. ISBN 0917900006 First published in 1976. Charles S. Parsons has generously shared his twenty-five years of research with society. His rare talents, combining historical and technical insights with superb photographic skills and documentary writing, have provided this important and comprehensive book. He has spent years detailing movements; discovering types unique to New Hampshire; and researching the makers and their relationship to each other. 356pp.

$140.00

CLOCKMAKERS AND CRAFTSMEN OF THE AVERY FAMILY IN CONNECTICUT

By Avery, Amos G.

Hartford, CT: Conn. Historical Society, 1987. HC. very good+, brown cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0940748940 165pp.

$17.50

THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF JOSEPH IVES TO CONNECTICUT CLOCK TECHNOLOGY 1810-1862 - REVISED SECOND EDITION

By Roberts, Kenneth D.

Fitzwilliam, NH: Ken Roberts Publishing Co, 1988. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0913602655 388pp.

$30.00

FIFTY YEARS OF TIME: THE FIRST 50 YEARS OF THE AMERICAN CLOCK & WATCH MUSEUM

By Bailey, Chris H.

Bristol, CT: Amer. Clock & Watch Museum, 2009. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Special Edition of The Timepiece Journal of the American Clock & Watch Museum, Bristol, Connecticut. 164pp.

$45.00

VERMONT CLOCK AND WATCHMAKERS, SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS

By Carlisle, Lilian Baker

Burlington, VT: published by the author, 1970. HC. very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0877920087 Limited to 1000 copies. Mrs. Carlisle introduces her list of craftsmen with a historical account that places them in their context, bringing out the significance of their activities in the life and development of Vermont. The majority of the book is a directory listing nearly a thousand craftsmen working in "the clock, watch, silversmith and jewelry business," between 1778 and 1878 in Vermont. 313pp.

$55.00

THE AMERICAN CLOCK

By Distin, William & Bishop, Robert

New York: E. P. Dutton & Co, 1976. HC. good+, orange cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket. 700 B&W, 84 color ill.. ISBN 0525053107 "A Comprehensive Pictorial Survey 1723-1900 - With a Listing of 6153 Clockmakers." Over 100 of the photographs show close-ups of the dials and works of many different clocks. NO DUSTJACKET 359pp.

$7.50

PENNSYLVANIA CLOCKS AND CLOCKMAKERS: AN EPIC OF EARLY AMERICAN SCIENCE, INDUSTRY, AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

By Eckhardt, George H.

New York: Devin-Adair Company, 1955. HC. good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. 229pp.

$6.00

ASTRONOMY, TIME IN ITS PUREST FORM -- 2010 Price List Laid In

By Christiaan Van Der Klaauw Astronomical Watches

Heerenveen, The Netherlands: Christiaan Van Der Klaauw, 2010. HC. very good, white boards (hardcover) faint corner bumps. B&W and color illustrations. 116pp.

$60.00

WRISTWATCHES: HISTORY OF A CENTURY'S DEVELOPMENT - Price Guide Laid In
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WRISTWATCHES: HISTORY OF A CENTURY'S DEVELOPMENT - Price Guide Laid In

By Kahlert, Helmut; Muhe, Richard; Brunner, Gisbert L.

West Chester, PA: Schiffer Publishing Company, 1986. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0887400701 Price Guide laid in. 400pp.

$15.00

ORE D'ORO: OROLOGI DA POLSO: PASSIONE E INVESTIMENTO -- WRIST WATCHES: INVESTMENT AND PASSION

By Negretti, Giampiero and Nencini, Franco

Milano: Wrist Editoriale, 1984. HC. fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and color illustrations. Value guide laid in. 199pp.

$17.50

CLOCKMAKERS & CLOCKMAKING IN SOUTHERN MAINE, 1770-1870

By Katra, Joseph R.

Columbia, PA: NAWCC, 1989. PB. good, wraps (softcover) some dampstain rippling top edge. B&W illustrations. NOTE - Some dampstain rippling on top edge, not impacting text, and nothing stuck. NAWCC BULLETIN SUPPLEMENT 17, SUMMER, 1989. This account is in two parts. The first part focuses on the clock and watchmakers in the Portland, Maine area, reaching north to the locality of Brunswick and south along the coast from Saco to Kittery. The second part goes further south and west to the New Hampshire border, with emphasis on the unique Maine Quaker "iron-plate" clockmakers in the Alfred-Berwick region. 80pp.

$6.00

EARLY AMERICAN CLOCKS - VOLUME III

By Maust, Don (edited by)

Uniontown, PA: E. G. Warman Publishing Co, 1975. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. A collection of essays on early American clocks and their makers. A practical reference." 79pp.

$15.00

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