NAWCC Watch & Clock Bulletin

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May/June 2018 Watch & Clock Bulletin

The May/June issue tells the tale of a William Bond & Son navy chronometer and also recounts a shocking murder-suicide that involved clock peddlers. The issue also seeks information about some of the “missing” clocks that were part of a 1932 exhibit honoring the 200th anniversary of David Rittenhouse’s birth. 



 Supplemental Watch & Clock Bulletin Material

     Occasionally, Watch & Clock Bulletin articles are prepared with supplemental material that cannot be published in the Watch & Clock Bulletin due to space considerations. Watch & Clock Bulletin readers are directed to this page to access this material in PDF format.

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Past Issues | Archives

Understanding that members search for information in many ways, we have developed a few approaches for exploring issues of the Watch & Clock Bulletin, which had been titled the NAWCC Bulletin

Entire issues are sorted by decades. 

1940s     1950s     1960s     1970s    1980s    1990s     2000s     2010s

If members know the volume and issue numbers, this chart breaks them down by year, if the decade is not complete, and decade. 

Year or decade   Volume no.   Issue no.
2017   59   425-
2016   58   419-424
2015   57   413-418
2014   56   407-412
2013   55   401-406
2012   54   395-400
2011   53   390-394
2010   52   384-389
2000   42-51   324-383
1990   32-41   264-323
1980   22-31   204-263
1970   14-21   144-203
1960   9-13   84-143
1950   4-8   32-83
1940   1-4   1-31
The Watch & Clock Bulletin archive is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

If you don't have Adobe Reader, follow the link below to download the latest version.


Dr. Crom's groundbreaking reference works on horological shop tools are available for members
through the Library & Research Center. Members Robert C. Cheney and Peter Recourt wrote about
Dr. Crom's accomplishments and contributions.

We are also grateful to Canon Co. and IMR Ltd. for donating a professional-grade, high-speed scanner.
This scanner allowed us to efficiently produce high-quality scans of the pages of the journals. 

Search the Bulletin

In addition to the index above, we have three different search options for members researching particular topics from current issues back to the first issue published in 1943:

Quick search | Advanced search | PDFs of the printed index from 1943 to 2013

Content published during the 1940s in Issue Nos. 1-30 was indexed from reprint volumes, so the page numbers in the indexes are different than the original page numbers. This table converts reprint numbers to the original numbers for accurate sourcing and cross-referencing. 

Topical Bulletin supplements and addenda offer additional information.

 Institutional W&C Bulletin Subscription

     Libraries, schools, museums, and associations qualify for a special Watch & Clock Bulletin subscription rate.

     An institution can purchase its own subscription or a third party can buy a subscription as a gift. For example, to promote the NAWCC, a Chapter maypurchase a subscription for its local library, school, or museum.

     These special subscriptions do not include the Mart & Highlights. To obtain this publication, membership is required.

     This special library, school, museum, association rate is $45 per year for US subscriptions and $92 per year for international subscriptions.

To purchase a subscription, please contact Member Services at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 717.684.8261.

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