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Collecting and Repairing Watches Hardcover – 31 Jan 1999

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
A very well written summary of the watch development 8 April 2000
By flavio pimenta - Published on
Format: Hardcover
If you are a "newbie" in the world of watch collecting, this is the right book for you. It focuses the watch evolution from the late 16TH century to the modern quartz watch. It has a lot of graphics and black and white pocket watch pictures...The book, however, is, in my point of view, intended for a quick knowledge of the watch's history and mechanics...It doesn't cover, for instance, the modern automatic wristwatch. I think that's the best book to read before trying something more techicall. The reading is very straight forward, but the experts in the field will find the book very summarized.
Collecting&Repairing Watches 3 Mar. 2012
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Book was in great condition, better than advertized, it has lots of information that can be usefull to the novice watch repairman or to a collector who is getting started.
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