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[Clockmakers' Company]: Catalogue of the Museum of the Clockmakers' Company of London
O/P. 137 pages, 3rd edition, 1949. The catalogue of the Museum of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, compiled by G.H. Baillie. The collection is now housed in the Science Museum, London and is well worth a visit. A companion volume about the Library was published in 1951 in a uniform binding (see ref K4308). A good copy. (Ref: K76 - F5)

Price: 14.00

[Clockmakers' Company]: Catalogue of the Museum of the Clockmakers' Company of London, including the Nelthropp Collection

[Clockmakers' Company]: Catalogue of the Museum of the Clockmakers' Company of London, including the Nelthropp Collection
O/P. Catalogue of the Museum: 95 pages, 2nd edition, 1902; Catalogue of the Nelthropp Collection: 85 pages, 2nd edition, 1900. The collection of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers is now on display at the Science Museum, London. A good copy, front end papers marked and with bookplates, front cover creased. Original green cloth binding with gilt lettering and armorial to front cover. (Ref: K4259 - Q1)
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Price: 75.00

[Clockmakers' Company]: Short Guide to the Clocks and Watches owned by the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers displayed at the Guildhall Museum of the City of London
O/P. [12 pages], illustrated, no date. A brief guide to the superb collection housed in the Guildhall Library, London. The booklet is undated but was probably produced in the 1980's. Good copy, card covers. (Ref: K2100 - BX4)

Price: 4.00

[Clockmakers' Company]: The Livery 1981
O/P. 56 pages, 1981. A list of the Master, Wardens and Liverymen on the 350 Anniversary of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, together with a brief history of the Company. A fine copy, stiff card covers. (Ref: K3076 - BX12)

Price: 9.00

Clocks Magazine: What's it Worth? Price Guide to Clocks 2014
O/P. 130 pages, illustrated, 2013. An illustrated price guide to a wide range of clocks and marine chronometers. Very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K4416 - K1)

Price: 5.00

Cloutman (E.W.): English & Scottish Musical Clocks
O/P. 58 pages, 2000. Contemporary scores from longcase and bracket clocks to aid dating and restoration. The book includes scores, which will be of help in identifying tunes on other clocks. A useful book for the enthusiast and restorer. Fine copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K77 - E7)

Price: 65.00

Cloutman (E.W.) & Linnard (W.): Henry Williams Lancarvan - 'A Clock and Watchmaker and a Great Farmer'

Cloutman (E.W.) & Linnard (W.): Henry Williams Lancarvan - 'A Clock and Watchmaker and a Great Farmer'
O/P. 136 pages, b&w illustrations, 4 colour plates, 1st edition, signed by authors, number 237 of 300 copies, 2003. A detailed study of the life and work of Henry Williams (1727 - 1790) who made good quality longcase clocks in the Vale of Glamorgan. As with many provincial clockmakers, Williams was also a farmer hence the book's sub-title. A fine copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K537 - P1)

Price: 75.00

Clutton (C.): Collector's Collection
O/P. 96 pages, illustrated, 1974. An informative guide to a collection of pocket watches and clocks, including examples by important early makers such as Tompion, Arnold, Emery, Le Roy and Breguet. Also illustrated is the first watch produced in 1969 by George Daniels. Good copy with fair dust jacket. (Ref: K478 - B2)

Price: 15.00

Clutton (C.) & Daniels (G.): Clocks & Watches in the Collection of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers
O/P. 123 pages, illustrated, 1975. This is the most recent catalogue of the Clockmakers Company's collection and a useful reference book. The collection, now housed in the Science Museum, London, is open to the public and well worth a visit. A very good copy with good dust jacket. (Ref: K564 - G1)

Price: 30.00

Clutton (C.) & Daniels (G.): Clocks & Watches in the Collection of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers
O/P. 123 pages, illustrated, reprinted 1980. This is the most recent catalogue of the Clockmakers Company's collection and a useful reference book. The collection, now housed in the Science Museum, London, is open to the public and well worth a visit. A fine copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K465 - E1)

Price: 30.00

Clutton (C.) & Daniels (G.): Watches
O/P. 159 pages, illustrated in black & white, 1st edition, 1965. This well respected book is a comprehensive history of the subject covering the period from 1500 to 1960. A good copy (bookplates inside front cover) with fair dust jacket (now laminated). (Ref: K637 - E7)

Price: 15.00

Coggins (F.W.): Clocks Construction Maintenance & Repair
O/P. 241 pages, figures, 1984. This is an American book, and not for the purist, as the construction section uses plastics and Styrofoam! Good copy card covers. (Ref: K1437 - L1)

Price: 7.00

Cohen (J.): Psychological Time
O/P. 8 pages, 1964. The subjective passage of time can be influenced by the circumstances, this paper explores how much. Reprinted from Scientific American. Good copy, paper covers. (Ref: K3078 - BX14)

Price: 3.00

Collins (P.): Pastime - Telling Time from 1879 to 1969
O/P. 95 pages, illustrated, 1993. A pictorial record of some of the domestic clocks produced in America between 1879 and 1969, many with plastic cases. A fine copy with fine dust jacket. (Ref: K2285 - Z1)

Price: 5.00

Collins (P.R.): Aneroid Barometers and Their Restoration

Collins (P.R.): Aneroid Barometers and Their Restoration
NEW. 212 pages, illus., 1998. A very comprehensive book on pocket and wall mounted aneroid barometers from their beginnings in 1844 to the late 20th century. The book includes information on the Bourdon and Vidi designs as well as altimeter and surveying variants. With dust jacket. (Ref: N79)
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Price: 18.95
Collins (P.R.): Barographs

Collins (P.R.): Barographs
NEW. 174 pages, illustrated, second edition, 2021. The author traces the development of the barograph from the earliest recording devices through their heyday in the Victorian period to the instrument we know today. This well researched book will help readers to understand and appreciate the wide range of barographs still available and assist in dating them. This new edition is 28 pages longer than the long out of print first edition and has a lot more information about maintenance and repair as well as bellows, nibs, charts and ink. Paperback. (Ref: N5082)

Price: 12.95
Collins (P.R.): Bizarre Barometers and Other Unusual Weather Forecasters

Collins (P.R.): Bizarre Barometers and Other Unusual Weather Forecasters
NEW. 103 pages, illustrated, 2004. A fascinating collection of strange weather instruments including the weather glass, the shark oil barometer, the weather house, the Tempest Prognosticator, the use of frogs, and many, many more!! Card covers. (Ref: N429)
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Price: 7.95
Collins (P.R.): Care and Restoration of Barometers

Collins (P.R.): Care and Restoration of Barometers
NEW. 152 pages, 175 illustrations, 2nd edition, 2016. A much enlarged, and very useful book on the repair and restoration of barometers (stick and wheel) from dismantling, refurbishing the case and refilling of the tube with mercury. The book also gives advice on aneroid barometers, barographs and the general handling and maintenance of barometers. Written by an experienced restorer. Soft covers. (Ref: N4157)
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Price: 9.95
Collins (P.R.): FitzRoy and his Barometers

Collins (P.R.): FitzRoy and his Barometers
NEW. 144 pages, illustrated, 2007. An interesting book about Robert FitzRoy, Captain of HMS Beagle during the famous voyage with Charles Darwin, and in later life a passionate advocate of the use of the barometer to reduce fatalities at sea. The book concentrates on FitzRoy's contribution to meteorology and the barometer which bears his name. Card covers. (Ref: N1497)
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Price: 9.95
Cologni (F.): Vacheron Constantin - Artists of Time

Cologni (F.): Vacheron Constantin - Artists of Time
NEW. 353 pages, profusely illustrated mostly in colour, 2015. An excellent new book about the world's oldest still operating watch manufacturer. The first 200 pages document the company's long history, the innovations, the technical changes, and the watches produced. The remainder of the book focuses on the master watchmakers and their art (precision, horological complications, decoration and finishing) as well as the master artisans (designers, enamellers, Guillocheur, engravers and gem-setters). With dust jacket and card slipcase. (Ref: N3887)
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Price: 80.00

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