Produced after the author's involvement with the British Museum Chronometer Catalogue, both most important works on the subject.
Printed boards, 366 pages, 157 items described and illustrated, with many line illustrations by me. Rockford, 1992.
The endpapers apart (the aberration of someone with 'creative' tendencies) this book has nothing but good memories for me: the American mid-west; the museum/motel; the people involved; the the finest objects (Mudge Green); and an owner who wanted to share his passion. The result, a chronometer catalogue that deserves to be in every horologist's library. Long out of print and now so very difficult to find.
Slightly bumped corners, otherwise almost as new.
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