Early Industrial watchcases Wilterding/Harrold

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  1. timelyrestorations

    timelyrestorations Registered User
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    Does anyone know if John Wilterding and Michael Harrold have published their article on early industrial watchcases? If so, where can I obtain a copy?

    Cheers,
    Doug
     
  2. timelyrestorations

    timelyrestorations Registered User
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    Does anyone know if John Wilterding and Michael Harrold have published their article on early industrial watchcases? If so, where can I obtain a copy?

    Cheers,
    Doug
     
  3. Modersohn

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    What venues would/could they publish in, other than the nawcc bulletin?

    thanks, Modersohn
     
  4. zepernick

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    Greetings Doug -- A quick look at the _Bulletin_ on-line Index didn't show an article on this theme by W&H. Might they -- as Modersohn asked -- intend to publish it elsewhere? If however it's to appear in the _Bulletin_, a quick e-note to Editor Diana de Lucca would no doubt indicate when or "whenabouts". Regards, Doug in AZ 118804.
     
  5. Modersohn

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    Wait! this question may now have a definitive answer. Is this the article published in the current bulletin?

    Mo
     
  6. Jon Hanson

    Jon Hanson Registered User
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    current bulletin?
     
  7. Modersohn

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    or maybe an old bulletin which, for unknown reasons, landed on my nighttable, and which I was reading last night. :confused: hmm. will check.

    Mo

    No, turns out it's the April 2005 Nawcc bulletin. "Early Industrial Watches" part II. Part I was "Fahys of Sag Harbour, New York" in June 2001 bulletin, page 316 (per a note on the first page of the article).
     
  8. Dr. Jon

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    By the way I enjoyed the article so much that I looked up part one. That has no where near so much information, as it is about the history of a building that made watch cases more than about the case making technology.
     

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