5 books in this category
Practical Clock Repairing
By: Donald de Carle
The repair of clocks calls for a variety of skills and crafts, few of which can be 'picked up' by bench work alone. In the horological trade, it is technical practice that the 'prentice hand' is first tried out on clocks, before attempting repair work on watches. Cl...
The Clock Repairer's Manual (Manual of Techniques)
By: Mick Watters
In "The Clock Repairer's Manual, " Mick Watters explains how to approach all aspects of clock repair, maintenance, and cleaning with confidence. For anyone who has ever considered clock repair as a hobby or a profession, as well as those under initial training and f...
Clock Repairing as a Hobby: An Illustrated How-To Guide for the Beginner
By: Harold C Kelly
All of the precise and delicate gears and levers in a clock can appear dizzying to the amateur, but this guide, with its wonderfully detailed diagrams, can clear things up. It covers the theory behind clock movement and design, including the particulars of escapemen...
My Clock Won?t Run: Step by Step - No Prior Experience Required
By: D. Rod Lloyd
Mechanical clocks are now considered works of art, a part of history, a member of the family and they need love. Sooner or later, your treasured timepiece will stop. Your choice is to either live with it in silence or go to a hard to find repair shop, leave it for w...
Clock Repair, a Beginner's Guide
By: Ian Beilby
Brand new item from Clocks Magazine, the experts in horological publishing, 65 pages, A5, lavishly illustrated in full colour. Written by the acknowledged expert in the field. Full instructions on how to dismantle and service a clock, perform common repairs and put ...