NAWCC Bulletin No. 23: May 1948

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

Table of Contents

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73 – President’s Column
73 – Editor’s Column
80 – Jokes, Anecdotes and Pleasantries
80 – Chapter Activities
83 – What Makes a Clock Collector ‘Tick’? by Ray A. Walker
84 – Violin Clock
84 – A “Tiffany & Co., Geneva,” Watch
85 – The Oscar T. Lang Collection of Watches and Clocks
90 – When May a Watch Be Considered an Antique and Worthy of Being Placed in a Museum or Collection?
91 – Library Committee Report
97 – The World’s Columbian Exposition Watch by Willis I. Milham
99 – Peter Henlein’s Life by von Hans Dominik
102 – Half Quarter Repeaters—Part 3 by Ira W. Leonard
104 – Construction of Oldest Watch by Paul M. Chamberlain, M. E.
108 – Multiple Case Watches with Turkish Numerals by Willis I. Milham
112 – The MART

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