U.K. site displaying antique, vintage and modern clocks, each with a picture and description.
Wall, cuckoo, mantel, grandfather also known as tallcase or longcase, table, shelf, bracket,
carriage, marble, ships, desk, and novelty clocks. Pictures of time recorders, a pigeon clock,
master clocks, electric clocks and oddments of horological interest.
This website is about modern and antique clock repair and horology with the equivalent of over 150 pages
of clock repair information for antique clock repair and for modern clock repair. It also contains
extensive information about clock and watch escapement design and many escapements in motion that
show the viewer how each escapement is supposed to work.
NAWCC is a nonprofit scientific organization that serves as a unique educational, cultural and social
resource for its membership and the public at large.Members include hobbyists, students, educators,
casual collectors, and professionals in related retail and manufacturing trades. The one common bond
(and main membership requirement) is a fascination with the art and science of timekeeping (horology).
NAWCC is also reponsible for The National Watch and Clock Museum,in Columbia, Pennsylvania, officially
opened to the public in 1977 with fewer than 1,000 items. Since that time the collection has increased
to over 12, 000 items and the museum is recognized as the largest and most comprehensive horological
collection in North America.
A very good source for antique clock sales, repairs and reproductions. The site displays a large
number of antique clocks, complete with descriptions and prices. Also hand-crafted reproductions of
Victorian collectible clocks.