NAWCC Bulletin No. 233: December 1984

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

Table of Contents

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660 – Unusual French Watches in the Collection of the National Museum of American History by Adolphe Chapiro
667 – What Do Chinese People Do on Their Day Off? by Abe Secofsky
673 – Patent Dates Pertaining to the Seth Thomas Calendar Clock by Robert L. Creech
677 – Ingersoll-Trenton Watches, 1908-1921 by Donald J. Summar
685 – A Poor Man’s Skeleton Clock by Thomas J. Tulauskas
691 – An Open Letter on Vienna Regulators from Franz Scharinger by Joseph Singer
698 – A Philadelphia Clockmakers Company: Some Documentary Evidence by Carter Harris
720 – Double Time Railroad Regulators by James W. Krause
673 – Early Giants: Jack Fuchs by Bernard Goldstein
694 – Solomon Kleckner, 1765-1837: A Recent Find in Tallcase Clocks
by John B. Davison
696 – Notes on the Nelson Post Office Clock by Henry Rodgers
704 – Research Activities and News
719 – Necrology
723 – The 41st National Convention by Martha Smallwood
727 – The NAWCC Museum
731 – Vox Temporis
738 – The Answer Box
746 – Book Review
750 – Recent Additions to the Reference & Research Collection
751 – Dates To Remember
753 – Program Committee
756 – Chapter Highlights
779 – Chapter Officers

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