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1. A Practical Course in Horology (1944)  200 pages

By HAROLD C KELLY
Head, Department of Horology
Southwestern Institute of Technology
Weatherford, Oklahoma.

Author’s Introduction : The art of horology unquestionably ranks among the
most wonderful of the mechanical arts. One can only marvel
at the diminutive size of the modern wrist watch and the
accuracy of the machines by which the duplicate parts are
made.

2. Treatise on clock and watch making, theoretical and practical (1826) 528 pages

BY THOMAS REID , LONDON.

Author’s Introduction : The Article Horology, which I contributed to the EDinburguh Enclopedia abridged and imperfect as it is, from 
the limits to whidi I was necessarily confined attracted the  attention, and met the approbation of several scientific and 
practical Clock and Watchmakers ; and a separate publication,  in a more extended form, was called for by some, whose 
opinions I am bound to respect

Retired from the active pursuit of a profession, to which  my whole life has been devoted, I have endeavoured to com- 
bine my own observations with those of the best practical writers, and to give the operative Clock and Watchmaker 
1 condensed view of the Art in Great Britain and on the Continent of Europe. 1 am sensible the work still labours 
under many defects, and that I require the indulgence of the Critical Reader ; yet I am unconscious of omitting, or 
slightly passing over any subject of essential importance.

3.  A rudimentary treatise on clock and watch making; (1850) 311 pages

With a chapter on church clocks; and an account of 
the proceedings respecting the great Westminster Clock (1850)

Author’s Introduction : I have several times been asked if there was any book on clock making, which, without being encumbered with professional
details, would enable a person having a moderate knowledge of mechanical principles to understand the construction
of clocks, and the things which chiefly require attention in their making and management. I believe there is no such
book. Perhaps the articles in some of the Encyclopeadias might partly answer the purpose; but they are neither accessible to the great majority of readers, nor do they contain some information which may be expected in a
rudimentary treatise, though they do contain interesting accounts of some curious inventioiis, which would be out
of place in a merely practical book such as this professes to be.

4. Chats on old clocks ([1917])  312 pages

By Arthur Hayden

5. A treatise on the teeth of wheels mill-work and clock-work (1868)

Author’s Introduction : A treatise on the teeth of wheels: demonstrating the best forms which can be given to them for the purposes 
of machinery, such as mill-work and clock-work (1868)


Author: Camus, Charles-E´tienne-Louis, 1699-1768; Hawkins, John Isaac, tr
Subject: Gearing

6. Abbott's American watchmaker and jeweler (1898)

Author’s Introduction : An encyclopedia for the horologist, jeweler, gold 
and silversmith.

By Abbott, Henry G

7. Catalogue of 1098 standard clock and zodiacal stars (1882)

by Newcomb, Simon,

Author’s Introduction : In the case of stars within 30 of the pole an accurate reduction between epochs 
a century apart cannot be effected without other data than those given for the ecliptic 
and time stars.

8. Clock & watch work  8th ed. of  Encyclopaedia Britannica, (1855)

by  Edmund Beckett

9. Description of the universal time dial regulator (1874)

by Niehaus, Frederick

Author’s Introduction : It is a Eegulator Movement, equal to any other made 
in this country, and warranted to keep time.

10. Bottum's patent improved universal lathe chucks and improved lathes (1852)

Author’s Introduction : Directions for using Bottum's patent improved universal lathe chucks and 
improved lathes, for 
turning and finishing every description
of watch pivots, pinions, staffs &c.

by Bottum, James M

11. Emerging from the Shadows The Waltham 6-size Model 1873M

by Mark Lee

Author’s Introduction : An examination of the American Waltham Watch Company's variant of 
its 6-size Model 1873 rectifies an earlier mis-identification.

12. Friction, lubrication and the lubricants in horology (1896)

Lewis, William T.

Author’s Introduction : Many a watch, or chronometer, most excellent in all other 
respects, has come to an untimely end by an almost criminal 
neglect on the part of its maker to provide against wear in its 
various parts by such construction as would retain the oil at 
the places needed.

13.  How to keep the clock right by observations of the fixed stars with a small telescope (1869)

by  Warner, Thomas

Author’s Introduction : How to keep the clock right by observations of the fixed stars
 with a small telescope : together with table of stars 
arranged to show, by the use of a little arithmetic the 
mean solar time of their apparent transits, to the end of 
the century

14. Lancaster's Part in the World's Watchmaking Industry (1945)

by  John J. Bowman

The important of timekeeping to all of us.

15. New and complete clock and watchmakers' manual (1860)

by Booth, Mary L.

Author’s Introduction : COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS OF

THE VAARIOUS BEABINGS, ESCAPEMENTS, AND COMPENSATIONS NOW IS

USE IN FRENCH, SWISS, AND ENGLISH CLOCKS AND WATCHES,

PATENTS, TOOLS, ETC WITH DIRECTIONS FOR.

CLEANING AND REPAIRING.

16. Rules and practice for adjusting watches (1920)

by  Kleinlein, Walter John

Author’s Introduction : In The early days of horology the apprentice 
was taught the art of making a complete watch.

17. Service and Repair of the Hamilton Electric Watch (1959)

by Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pa.

18. The evolution of automatic machinery as applied to Waltham, Mass. (1896)

Author’s Introduction : The evolution of automatic machinery as applied to the manufacture 
of watches at Waltham, Mass.

By : Marsh, Edward A

19. Watch and clock escapements; (1904)

by Philadelphia, The Keystone

Author’s Introduction : A Complete Study in Theory and Practice 
of the Lever, Cylinder and Chronometer 
Escapements, together with a Brief 
Account of the Origin and Evolution of the 
Escapement in Horology

20. Watchmaker's and jeweler's practical hand book (1892)

by Walker, C. E.

Author’s Introduction : COMPRISING FULL AND PRACTICAL FORMULAE AND DIRECTIONS FOR 
SOLDERS AND SOLDERING, CLEANING, PICKLING, POLISHING, COLOR- 
ING, BRONZING, STAINING, CEMENTING, ETCHING, LACQUER- 
ING, VARNISHING, AND GENERAL FINISHING OF METALS, 
AS APPLIED TO THE WATCH AND JEWELRY TRADE. 
TOGETHER WITH ALL THE IMPORTANT ALLOYS 
USED BY THE TRADE AND MANY 
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS.

COMPILED FROM PRIVATE FORMULAE.

21. Accutron Service Manual Series 214 (1969)

Author’s Introduction : Service manual provided to authorized repair facilities and watchmakers  
of authorized sales outlets offering Bulova Accutron 214 watches. 
This book is 36 pages long and is richly illustrated, 
making it indespensible for anyone who collects and maintains 
the Bulova Accutron tuning fork watches
 

22. Accutron Service Manual Series 218 (May 24, 1969)

Author’s Introduction : Service manual provided to authorized service providers and 
watchmakers affiliated with authorized sales outlets. 49 pages, 
very thoroughly illustrated with complete service and maintenance 
instructions for Series 218 and 218D Bulova Accutron tuning fork watches. 
A must-read for anyone collecting or restoring these watches.

23- Illustrated Horological

24- Clocks And Watches (1922) By Overton, George L

25- Time And Time-Tellers (1875) By Benson, James W

26- Watches At Wholesale Prices (1890) By Mcfarlane

27- Modern Methods In Horology (1904) By Hood, Grant

28- Lessons In Horology (1905) Volume 1 By Jules Grossmann

29- Bangerter'S Inventions; His Marvelous Time Clock (1911)

30- Isochronism Of Balance-Springs (1862) By Frodsham, Charles

31- Jeweled Bearings For Watches (1911) By Higginbotham, Charles T

32- On The Springing And Adjusting Of Watches (1898) By Britten, F.J

33- American Horological Journal, Devoted To Practical Horology (1869) V2

34- American Horological Journal, Devoted To Practical Horology (1869) V3

35- American Horological Journal, Devoted To Practical Horology (1869) V4

36- Mechanical Philosophy, Horology, And Astronomy By William Benjamin Carpenter

37- Precise Time Synchronization Of Widely Separated Clocks (1959) By Morgan, A.H

38- A Rudimentary Treatise On Clocks, Watches And Bells By Grimthorpe, Edmund Beckett

39- Watches, The Paul M.Chamberlain Collection At The Art Institute Of Chicago (1921)

40- American Horological Journal, Devoted To Practical Horology (1869) V1 By Miller, George B

41- Collection Of Watches Loaned To The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Of The City Of New York (1907)

42- Comparative Performance Of Watches With Elinvar And With Steel Hairsprings (1934) By Gould, R.E

43- The Clock Jobber'S Handybook A Practical Manual On Cleaning, Repairing , Adjusting ,Embracing (1889)

44- Watch Makers Tables; A Collection Of Useful Information Concerning The Teeth Of Wheels And Pinions (1914)

45- The Modern Clock; A Study Of Time Keeping Mechanism; Its Construction, Regulation, And Repair (1905) By Goodrich, Ward L

46- Old Clocks And Watches & Their Makers, Being An Historical And Descriptive Account Of The Different Styles Of Clocks And Watches (1904)

47- Charles Stark, Wholesale And Retail Dealer In Watches, Jewellery, Plated-Ware And Fire Arms At Rock Bottom Cash Prices [Microform] (1884)

48- The Watchmakers' Lathe, Its Use And Abuse; A Story Of The Lathe In Its Various Forms, Past And Present, Its Construction And Proper Uses (1903)

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