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A sampling of some of the invaluable online resources out there that we have enjoyed:


 
New to pocket watch collecting?  Menu full of important information for beginners, including how to open a watch, what jewels are, recommended books, etc: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/reference/how-to-lookup-a-pocket-watch

Pocket Watch 101 also contains a plethora of well-organized information: http://www.pocketwatchrepair.com/how-to/how-to-main.php

Easy to understand Pocket Watch Basicshttps://americantimekeeper.com/basics
An Advanced page regarding the mechanics of a watch, complete with a video: https://americantimekeeper.com/advanced
 
 

A remarkable tool to research most American pocket watches:
https://pocketwatchdatabase.com
(Please note that due to the extensive database here, some of the information is extrapolated from things that are known but have not been directly observed.  Always verify your information.)

 
An incredible tool for wristwatch research, as well as historical information (also known as the Pink Pages):
http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?10&ranfft&2&2uswk
 
 
NAWCC, a community of watch and clock collectors with extensive records, research, education, venues for information exchange, etc:
https://nawcc.org
  

Antiquarian Horological Society, with extensive research on the art and history of time measurement:
http://www.ahsoc.org
 

Since 1858, the British Horological Institute has been a source of news, education and more:
http://bhi.co.uk
 

Hodinkee, a robust online magazine featuring in-depth reviews, critiques, and reports on watches of particularly high quality:
https://www.hodinkee.com
 

Worn and Wound, for news and blogs on value-driven watches, the most beautifully-designed and well-crafted timepieces, regardless of price point:
https://wornandwound.com
 

Watches by SJX, Asia's leading journal dedicated to fine watchmaking, covering mainly wristwatches but with some focus on pocket watches:
https://watchesbysjx.com
 

Revolution Watch Magazine celebrates the craft, culture and joy of watches and watchmaking through a dozen international editions and its website:
https://www.revolution.watch
 

The most complete source for Seth Thomas information out there:
https://seththomasresearch.com
 

A must-visit for Hamilton collectors:
http://hamilton.rrstd.com/Hamilton/Hamilton_Home.html
 

Resource for all things Elgin:
http://elginwatches.org
 

A guide to Illinois Watch Co. size 12 watches:
http://www.illinoiswatchguide.com
 

Exhaustive resource on Glashütte watchmaking: 
https://www.glashuetteuhren.de
 

Excellent research tool for Bulova wristwatches: 
https://www.watchophilia.com
 

The Americal Watch & Clock Museum:
http://www.clockandwatchmuseum.org
 
 
Largest supply house for Hamilton Marine and Military material:
 
 
Digital image library of English table clock engravings, wonderful for authenticating these clocks:
 
 
Great resource for watch parts and tools - just email Dave to see if he has what you need:
 
 
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Location of LIVE auctions at The Hilton Doubletree Manchester Downtown Hotel (formerly Radisson)
https://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/index.html
 
 
Jones & Horan Auction Team
453 Mast Rd, Goffstown, NH 03045
Tel: 603-623-5314
Fax: 603-626-5974
Email: auctions@jones-horan.com
          
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