Horological Institute: Many Americans
belong to this English horological organization. They offer a
great overseas clock repair correspondence course as well as
a professional certification program to become a certified clock
This is the premier Clockmakers organization in the United States.
Hands on training programs are offered in various parts of the
U.S. They also offer various professional certification programs.
Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC): Includes hobbyists, professional
clock dealers and clock repair persons. Membership includes subscriptions
to NAWCC magazines, participation in conventions, trading marts,
local chapter activies, workshops and eductional seminars. The
one membership requirement is a fascination with the art and
science of horology!
Watch and Clockmakers' Guild:
Organization for watch and clockmakers located in England.
The Worshipful Company
of Clockmakers: Founded in 1631, this guild is the oldest
of its kind in the world! Operates a clock and watch museum in
the City of London, open to the public.
Antiquarian Horological Society: A
British learned society formed to promote the study of clocks
and the history of time measurement in all its forms. Holds meetings,
and publishes a quartery journal, Antiquarian Horology.
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September 1, 2012
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