Monthly Archives: May 2012

British Horological Journal, May 2012

Hello clock and watch enthusiasts! Some of the articles in this month’s issue: “Greenwich Time: From Pendulum to Quartz 1.” “A helping hand for students 49.” “8mm Watchmakers’ Lathe Collets.” Baselworld pictures and descriptions of the Sattler Secunda Sonata Cal … Continue reading

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Watchmakers’ Lathes

In April’s HJ you can read the second article on watchmakers’ lathes. No less than 15 lathes are described – each with its pros and cons. In the May edition, 8mm watchmakers’ lathe collets are discussed. The BHI members’ discussion … Continue reading

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Horological Journal, April 2012

April 2012’s cover shows a clock which runs 10 years at a single winding! It is driven by four 10kg weights which fall 0.36mm daily. It was made by German clockmaker Matthias Naeschke for an American collector. Recommend on Facebook … Continue reading

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