This is the first book of the on-line library being created by Tick Tock Productions™. These antiquarian books are provided free to those interested in these rare books on the subject of clock and watch repair. They have been reprinted many times over the decades. The following books offered on this web site are presented from the original rare book editions.
The Clock Jobber's Handybook
By Paul N. Hasluck
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Hasluck, Paul N. The Clock Jobber’s Handybook. London: Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1889.
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This book is provided for historical perspective and an understanding of clock repair horology past. Information contained within the book is not guaranteed to be accurate or correct accepted clock repair and restoration methods.
Clock repair taught in the courses by Tick Tock Productions are based on accepted practices by the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. www.nawcc.org. Restoration methods are based on accepted practices of the American Institute of Conservation. www.aic.stanford.edu.