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A blog about antique clocks collecting, buying and maintenance. For antique clock enthusiasts.
2021-11-11 08:52
What makes this pocket watch one of the most complicated modern pocket watch? Find out with this informative article about the UR-1001 Zeit Machine. Vanguard features & horological ingen… Read More
2021-11-10 11:21
A guide to winding mechanical pocket watches; learn of the different ways on how to set a pocket watch. Useful tips in winding pocket watches. Learn how to set a pocket watch without going t… Read More
2020-08-01 07:32
What are the common features of steampunk pocket watches? Explore the main characteristics of the timepieces inspired by the steampunk movement. What is a steampunk pocket watch? The steampu… Read More
2020-07-28 06:11
Take your pick from a number of cool electronic and mechanical digital pocket watches base on their functions, designs and features. Digital pocket watches have become the unique and elegant… Read More
2020-07-18 03:14
Everything you should know about skeleton pocket watches. Catch on the latest trend in timekeeping with a timepiece that lets you see its inner clockworks. A skeleton pocket watch, also refe… Read More
2020-07-12 09:11
Why is Patek Philippe & Co. one of the best haute luxury pocket watch maker? This article will give you answers why this time-tested watch brand is still at the top. A brand that is mean… Read More
2020-07-07 04:37
Learn about the foundation of the American Waltham Watch Company; plus a listing of the company’s most famous pocket watches. A brief history of The Waltham Watch Company Waltham pocke… Read More
2020-07-07 02:50
Why do they call grandfather clocks by that name? The name grandfather clock, as longcase clocks are called in some lands, is said to derive from a popular 1876 song entitled “My Grand… Read More
2020-07-06 10:14
The “King of Clocks” When fire destroyed the Palace of Westminster in 1834, Britain’s politicians held a competition. Who would submit the best design for a new Parliament… Read More

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