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of American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute and the National
Association of Watch & Clock Collectors since 1986.
TOTALLY NEW EDITION OF
Watch of the Future
All-new FOURTH EDITION,
TOTALLY REVISED and EXTENSIVELY EXPANDED
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HARDBOUND, 256 PAGES
HUNDREDS OF CRISP, CLEAR,
FULL-COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS showing EVERY model of Hamilton
Electric watch with DOZENS OF VARIATIONS (over 17 different
including dates of release, case metal, movement type,
original price, and estimated production
Extensive sections on
HAMILTON MARKETING, lavishly illustrated with RARE EPHEMERA
Comprehensive chapter on
HAMILTON ELECTRIC WATCH BOXES
Vastly expanded section on COLLECTING AND REPAIRING
HAMILTON ELECTRICS, with all new photographs and dozens of
pages of new information
Even if you have older copies of this ground-breaking
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what other authors have to say:
"The Watch of the
Future" is excellent; intelligently conceived, well
organized and, above all, well written."
Don Sauers, "Time for
"The Watch of the
Future" tells a big story of the Hamilton Watch Company.
Anyone who is even mildly interested in Hamilton's products
and history would surely benefit from its well-researched
Fried, "Horological Times magazine" "It
is one of the rare books which will be of interest not only
to those with either wristwatch or electrical horology
enthusiasms but also those with just a passing interest."
Dennis Harris, Antiquarian Horology (England)
literate and interesting than most authors. Good work, four
stars!" Tony Hyman, I'll Buy That!