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  1. New Member Introductions and Beginners Watch Forum
    Hi, to everyone. My Work and Hobby are wristwatch and pocket watches repair. CHEERS:biggrin:
  2. The General Discussion Forum
    I want to see all the blacked out and grimacing pieces everyone will be wearing on October the 31st! :scared: I've never owned a B&R but this Orange and Carbon would be great for the holiday.
  3. The Patek Philippe Forum
    Before I spent the last 3 days exploring the internet I knew practically nothing about watches. Now I know just how much I don't know. My husband has his grandfather's watch. This is what I know: Patek Philippe 8 Adjustments 18 jewels Mechanical 18K gold cushion shaped # 192-8-55 case #...
  4. The Longines Forum
    Hi there This is my first post on this site hopefully the experts out there can help me with some information! I am a wristwatch collector in particular longines, quite some time ago I aquired a mens 30mm ish 14k gold longines wristwatch in a trench style when I checked the serial number on...
  5. The Japanese & Asian Watch Forum
    I'm working on a documentary about how a watch is made. The history segment of the documentary will talk briefly about the rise in popularity of quartz watches in the 1970s. I've been trying to find video and photos of 1970s watches by Seiko and Citizen, but it's been difficult. Are there any...
  6. The General Discussion Forum
    The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania has identified the collection and preservation of wristwatches a principal goal in its recently adopted Collection Plan (June 2009). The achievement of this goal will require a substantial amount of expertise in the history, manufacture...
  7. The General Discussion Forum
    The National Watch & Clock Museum is presenting an exhibit in 2010 on the art of the watch maker, from pocket watches to modern wristwatches. As we've been planning the exhibit, we wondered how many "museum" pieces are in private hands...and whether those hands (wrists actually I guess) would be...
  8. The General Discussion Forum
    The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania, is planning an exhibit for 2010 that will present the technical and design development of the watch from the earliest pocket watches to the most modern wristwatches. As you are probably aware, the National Watch & Clock Museum...
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