NAWCC Bulletin No. 360: February 2006

Bulletin of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.

Table of Contents

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ARTICLES
4 – Star Watch Case Company 1897-1982 by Jack Linahan with photos and comments from Dimitry Grabbe
11 – Texas Courthouse Trivia-Part I by Jim West
17 – The Basilisk Myth: A French Carriage Clock Circa 1880-90 by Richard Perlman
23 – Establishing Provenance with Inscriptions and Internet Resources: Two 21st Birthday Watches by Jonathan Weber
28 – Roasting Jack Operation Revealed! by Pete Riegel
29 – An Unusual French Regulator with Equation of Time by David Walter
33 – What Goes Round: Historical German Patents and Torsion Pendulum Clocks by Douglas K. Stevenson
53 – Reed Serial No. 4 by Clint B. Geller, Ph.D.
57 – A History of George Steele Tiffany Clocks by Leonard Brenner
FEATURES
3 – To Members—from the Board of Directors
10 – Perspective—Fun and Learning Collide at the Museum
15 – Horology Houston-Style at the 2005 Ward Francillon Time Symposium
46 – From the Workshop—Accutron Tools and Assembling an Accutron 218 by Doug Sinclair
50 – Book Reviews
66 – Vox Temporis—Letters to the Editor
71 – The Answer Box edited by Doug Cowan
74 – The National Watch & Clock Museum by Library Director Sharon Gordon
75 – Research Activities and News edited by Snowden Taylor
86 – Chapter Highlights
110 – Obituaries
111 – 2005 BULLETIN Index
128 – NAWCC Staff and Committees
Cover 3 – Dates To Remember

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