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|May/June 2017 Watch & Clock Bulletin
This issue features the final installment in V. Niles Kynett’s three-part series on Early English verge watches, an overview of some well-known American clock case styles, a brief study of finials, a comparison of Mark Leavenworth clocks, a fantastic find of a 1918 WWI Illinois Trench Watch, and some food for thought regarding your collection and your alma mater.
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