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Chicago School of Watchmaking (Complete Watch Repair Course in ONE BOOK) By Thomas Sweazey
Hardcover: $65.00
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For once, a hard cover version of this amazing ENTIRE 700 page course. Never before has this course been professionally printed in a single hardcover volume, and this is the only place you will find... More > it available. The Chicago School of Watchmaking is a complete course in repair & restoration of mechanical pocket and wristwatches. This fabulous textbook was originally published as a correspondence course with individual units covering each topic. This text is the entire course consisting of over 700 pages. This is the most complete textbook of watch repair & watchmaking available. Great for both the beginner & advanced student in watchmaking. One could rank it as #2 on the absolute best watch repair books of all time, with Mr. Henry Fried's "The Watch Repairer's Manual" clearly taking the #1 spot. Please take a moment to preview a few pages to see how this text is well written.< Less
Learn Watch Repair At Home With The Home Study Course Of The Wisconsin Institute of Horology By Mike Barnett
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This over 400 page watch repair course was developed so that you can learn mechanical, vintage watch repair at home, at your own pace. The structured course is complete and assumes the student has... More > few or no mehanical skills and takes the student from no watch repair skills to being educated highly educaed in watchmaking. This text also makes a great reference guide. Developed and revised many times over a 30 year span, the course is as relavent as it was when first authored in the first half of the 20th century. It is a classic instructional book that many watchmakers have in their horological library.< Less
Learn Watch Repair At Home With The Home Study Course Of The Wisconsin Institute of Horology By Mike Barnett
Paperback: $25.00
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NOW IN SOFT COVER! This over 400 page watch repair course was developed so that you can learn mechanical, vintage watch repair at home, at your own pace. The structured course is complete and... More > assumes the student has few or no mehanical skills and takes the student from no watch repair skills to being educated highly educaed in watchmaking. This text also makes a great reference guide. Developed and revised many times over a 30 year span, the course is as relavent as it was when first authored in the first half of the 20th century. It is a classic instructional book that many watchmakers have in their horological library.< Less
Fundamentals of Watchmaking - Elgin Watchmakers College Watch Repair Course By Mike Barnett
Paperback: $15.00
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Written 1955 and used by the Elgin Watchmakers College to teach the "Fundamentals of Watchmaking" course, this is a good watchmaking lesson with lab book. Its focus is on the mechanics of... More > watch repair more than theory. The lessons are hands-on and instructional. Not just for beginners, even a seasoned watchmaker could find one or two things not previously known, or learn a different approach to something. There many beautiful, hand-drawn illustrations in the book. This is a historical, practical, easy to use, relevant, detailed, watch repair course in one compact book 8.5 x 11 book.< Less
Chicago School of Watchmaking (soft cover) By Thomas Sweazey
Paperback: $45.00
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A complete course in repair & restoration of mechanical pocket and wristwatches. This is the first and only place you will find this course in a single, professionally bound format. This book... More > is much like a phone book in size! This fabulous textbook was originally published as a correspondence course with individual units covering each topic. This text is the ENTIRE course consisting of over 700 pages. This is the most complete textbook of watch repair & watchmaking available. Great for both the beginner & advanced student in watchmaking. One could rank as #2 on the absolute best watch repair books of all time, with Mr. Henry Fried's "The Watch Repairer's Manual" clearly taking the #1 spot. Please take a moment to preview a few pages to see how this text is well written.< Less
Treasures In Time, How to Profit Collecting Vintage Watches By E.J. Kelly
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A life long watch collector E.J.Kelly delves into the secrets of buying and selling vintage collectable timepieces,with an emphasis on older wristwatches. He offers innumerable tips for the... More > entry-level hobbyist to the well-seasoned watch collector. Anyone interested in collecting, buying, and selling watches will appreciate the tips, tricks and secrets of finding, inspecting and negotiating for wristwatches.This new book will help turn your hobby into a profitable enterprise. At sixty plus pages, the book includes photos, and historical overview of the watch making industry, from its beginnings as fine jewelry to the dependence of the railroad industry on accurate timepieces. The book includes a very helpful glossary for novice collectors.Anyone looking to enrich their lives and make money, will benefit from this concise illustrated guide.< Less