Description: How-to information in the design of gears and the cutters to make them. Learn how to make an indexing attachment or form grinding tool for your lathe. Build a simple weight-driven clock from...More Details »
Description: Details 5 complete French clock restorations including a timepiece, a count wheel strike with escapement, a rack & snail strike, and 2 picture frame clocks. Great tips and procedures for all skill...More Details »
Description: 24-page soft cover book outlines instructions to make this attachment used to grind and polish pivots, as well as a means to drill work in the small lathe. Suitable for scaling up to larger lathes....More Details »
Description: Hand-drawn sketches of 36 different mechanical movements and their components by 12 different American clockmakers (Ansonia, Waterbury, S. Thomas, New Haven, Gilbert, etc.). A timesaver for those...More Details »
Description: 24 pages, 40 plus pictures and several line drawings. Demonstrates the step-by-step disassembly, cleaning, reassembly, and lubrication of an old watchmaker’s lathe (without damaging it), as well...More Details »
Description: Learn about the tools & materials needed to make professional quality jewelry. Step-by-step soldering techniques explained, with detailed photos. With 12 projects. Much of the information is...More Details »
Description: Based on the acclaimed series that appeared in Clocks Magazine outlining how a striking clock works. Soft cover, 59-page book by Ian Beilby. Covers movements, tools & materials, disassembly,...More Details »
Description: By Ian Beilby. Based on the acclaimed series that appeared in Clocks Magazine. Covers the history and development of pocket watches, how they work, dismantling & cleaning, repairs & tools, dating,...More Details »
Description: 21-page full color soft cover booklet identifies & illustrates what you need to start a clock repair business & how to lay out your work space. Identifies vendors & anticipated cash outlay. By Tom Seaman.
Description: Widely regarded as one of the most famous & useful encyclopedias on watch & clock making. This is a reprint of the 11th edition (regularly updated), 1st published in 1907. Contains definitions, 400...More Details »
Description: By Harold Kelly.Ideal for anyone who wants to learn how to fix a watch or clock. Discusses the difference between a chronograph, an automatic watch and a stopwatch. Many illustrations. Sections on...More Details »
Description: Based on Clockmakers Newsletter articles published from 1987-2008. Repair tips & projects arranged by subject for easy reference. Sections devoted to mainspring & bushing methods. Fully indexed. Soft cover. 190 pages.
Description: By Henry Abbott. A comprehensive, fully illustrated guide to traditional watchmaking & jewelry craftsmanship. Sections on alloys, balances & escapements, staffs, etc. 100s of formulas. Section on...More Details »
Description: Based on Clockmakers Newsletter articles published from 1987-2008. Includes tool reviews & how to use tools, hand tools you can make, workshop projects, & general repair tips. Fully indexed. Soft cover. 181 pages.
Description: CD software developed by horologist Ron Hoppes is compatible with Excel 97 and Excel 2007. Calculates Pendulum length for any beat rate, Compound pendulum rate from entered weights and dimensions,...More Details »
Description: Details 5 different escapements: verge, recoil, deadbeat, Brocot and platform (lever and cylinder). Several others also included such as pin pallet, pinwheel and grasshopper. Over 400 line drawings...More Details »
Description: Available again, this book contains the original works of Coleman which he wrote for the American Horologist and Jeweler over a period of 28 years. In it, he answers questions pertaining to clocks,...More Details »
Description: Soft cover, 60 pages. Concentrates on repivoting for watches, but techniques are easily adaptable to clock repair, especially travel alarms, chronometers, and small high-grade clocks such as...More Details »
Description: Step by step instructions on dismantling, cleaning, repair and assembly of cuckoo clocks. Also sections on music movement principles and troubleshooting. Large, clear photos accompany the text. 9-1/2” x 11”. Soft cover. 58 pages.
Description: Traces the manufacture of clocks in America from the earliest European settlers through the mass production of the 19th century. Includes sections on tall case clocks, Banjos, Pillar & Scrolls,...More Details »
Description: Price guide supplement to Part#15183 (Gilbert Clocks). Updates all prices. In addition, it has many new pages of clocks, movements and material not previously documented. 113 pages with a hard...More Details »
Description: More than 50 companies are represented in this fully illustrated volume. 504 pages with a hard cover. Comes with an 2000 price guide, which is available as a separate item as Part#20394. Published in 1994 with a hard cover..
Description: Hard bound book illustrates and provides current pricing on a large variety of Ingraham clocks and watches. 384 pages. Published in 1998. Comes with a 1999 price guide. Price guide only sold as Part #20389.
Description: This "must have" 50-page booklet lists most batteries and helps select the proper battery for you watch. Also includes the AWI reference numbers, dimension chart, and substitution chart. Published in 1998 in soft cover.
Description: For those with intermediate repair skills. Includes detailed information on repivoting, lantern pinion repair, tooth replacement, making bushings, escapement repair, making a rack & snail, making &...More Details »
Description: Begins with letting down the mainspring, then disassembly, cleaning, repair and assembly. Provides basics on escapements, pendulums and bushings. Includes mainspring length formulas, lubrication...More Details »
Description: 752 illustrated pages. The most complete listing available. From pocket watches to grandfather clocks. Original prices and current market values. Includes a brief history. New, improved hard...More Details »
Description: 10th edition lists over 500 back plates to aid in the identification, the manufacturer, mainsprings, suspension springs and suspension units. There's information on history, dating and repair....More Details »
Description: Milestone book illustrates American clocks from the early period of machine manufacture, the 1st half ot the 19th century. Also includes sections on Ball, Lux & Keebler, & Tiffany Never Wind. 352...More Details »
Description: Volume #1. Uses original manufacturer's catalogs to illustrate clocks from Ansonia to Welch. Includes a year 2005 updated price guide. 336 pages. Published in 1999 and hard bound. The price...More Details »