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Penman (L.): Practical Clock Escapements

Penman (L.): Practical Clock Escapements
NEW. 248 pages, well illustrated, reprinted 2002. An excellent book for the practical enthusiast. The book is comprehensive in its treatment of virtually all escapements including platform escapements on carriage clocks. Useful chapters on pendulum suspensions and pendulums are also included. With dust jacket. Please note: this is old stock, still in publisher's shrink wrap, now with a bump to one top corner. (Ref: N242)

Price: 70.00

Penman (L.): Practical Clock Escapements
O/P. 248 pages, well illustrated, reprinted 2002. An excellent book for the practical enthusiast. The book is comprehensive in its treatment of virtually all escapements including platform escapements on carriage clocks. Useful chapters on pendulum suspensions and pendulums are also included. A fine copy with fine dust jacket. (Ref: K776 - B1)

Price: 60.00

Penman (L.): The Carriage Clock - A Repair and Restoration Manual

Penman (L.): The Carriage Clock - a Repair and Restoration Manual
NEW. 352 pages, 8 pages of colour illustrations, many text figures, reprinted 2016. A comprehensive and practical new book devoted entirely to the repair and restoration of (mainly) French carriage clocks. A very useful book for the amateur and professional restorer - if you struggle with alarms, quarter repeaters and grande sonnerie then this is the book for you! With dust jacket. (Ref: N647)
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Price: 29.50

Penman (L.): The Carriage Clock - A Repair and Restoration Manual
S/H. 352 pages, 8 pages of colour illus., many text figures, 2005. A comprehensive and practical book devoted entirely to the repair and restoration of (mainly) French carriage clocks. A very useful book for the amateur and professional restorer - if you struggle with alarms, quarter repeaters and grande sonnerie then this is the book for you! A very good copy with good dust jacket. (Ref: K1644 - S1)

Price: 20.00

Penman (L.): The Clock Repairer's Handbook
O/P. 176 pages, 301 figures, 1985. This is an excellent book that describes in detail how to find and assess a clock's mechanical problems and how to fix them. The fault-finding chart is very useful as are the author's diagrams and descriptions of repair techniques. A book of great use to enthusiasts and restorers. A very good copy of the hardback edition with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K919 - E6)

Price: 25.00

Penman (L.): The Clock Repairer's Handbook
O/P. 176 pages, 301 figures, 2000. The paperback edition of a book first published in 1985 which has been in demand ever since. This is an excellent book that describes in detail how to find and assess a clock's mechanical problems and how to fix them. The fault-finding chart is very useful as are the author's diagrams and descriptions of repair techniques. A book of great use to enthusiasts and restorers. A fine copy. Paperback. (Ref: K2161 - B1)

Price: 17.00

Penney (D.): Morton's Patent Watches

Penney (D.): Morton's Patent Watches
NEW. 24 pages, well illustrated, 2019. The first book in a planned series of Horological Profiles by well-known horologist David Penney. The book features the rare English watches with the single-impulse detached escapement patented by George Morton in 1856. The watches were retailed as Morton's Patent, Morton's Patent Improved, Patent Chronometer, London Patent Chronometer, and Patent Union Chronometer. 15 watches are described in detail with excellent colour photographs of each and line drawings of several escapement variations. A listing of known watch serial numbers is given together with the case hallmark, enabling these watches to be dated. Essential reading for owners, dealers and enthusiasts as this information is not available elsewhere. Card covers. (Ref: N4557)

Price: 15.00
Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration  volume 1

Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration volume 1
NEW. 298 pages, illustrated, 2012. This book, by the author of the respected book The Modern Watchmakers Lathe and How To Use It, is the first of a series of volumes on watch and clock restoration. The book is based on a lifetimes experience in the trade and will be of great use to all professional and amateur restorers. (Ref: N2811)
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Price: 75.00
Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration  volume 2

Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration volume 2
NEW. 282 pages, illustrated, 2015. The first book in this series was very well received. This second volume concentrates on setting jewels and making jewel settings as well as making and adjusting all the main types of watch escapements, including making pallet stones and balance wheels. Another book of great use to watch restorers. (Ref: N3684)
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Price: 75.00
Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration volume 3

Perkins (A.B.): Antique Watch Restoration volume 3
NEW. 248 pages, illustrated, 2018. The first section (78 pages) of this book is a detailed and practical treatise on making and fitting flat and helical springs, followed by chapters on watch regulators, watch hands and dials, balance staffs, truing and poising balance wheels, mainsprings and barrels, and making and finishing flat springs and screws. The third and final volume of this very useful and practical set of books. (Ref: N4322)
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Price: 65.00
Perkins (A.B.): The Modern Watchmakers Lathe and How To Use It

Perkins (A.B.): The Modern Watchmakers Lathe and How To Use It
NEW. 394 pages, 548 illustrations, 2003. This book is intended to teach the skills necessary for clock and watch makers and restorers to use the lathe, to make missing parts, and to refurbish worn parts. The book will serve as a textbook for horology students as well as amateur enthusiasts. The illustrations include 267 photographs and 281 drawings. (Ref: N920)
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Price: 75.00

Perregaux (C.): Les Ecoles Professionnelles de France - Notes de Voyage
O/P. 59 pages, illus., 1912. An account of French engineering and technical colleges including the horology schools at Lyon, Paris, Cluses. Good copy of a rare item. Card covers. [French language] (Ref: K3141 - BX15)

Price: 45.00

Pergol (J.-E.): Nouveau Manuel Complet de L'Horloger Rhabilleur
O/P. 229 pages, 59 figures, 500 copies only, reprinted 1977. A facsimile reprint, of the 4th edition (published 1926) of Perségol's complete manual for the clock and watch repairer, first published in 1882. A fine copy. [French language] (Ref: K4539 - F5)

Price: 45.00

Pessiot (M.): Enseignes, Heurtoirs, Serrures - Trsors des collections du muse de la Ferronnerie Le Secq des Tournelles tome 1
O/P. 104 pages, illustrated, 2001. A well illustrated catalogue of 96 treasures of the ironwork museum Musée de la ferronnerie, Rouen. The items include locks, knockers, balustrades and gates mostly made before 1800, all of great interest to collectors of metalwork. A very good copy, card covers. [French language] (Ref: K4601 - TC10)

Price: 25.00

[Phillips]: Phillips Terminal Curves for Breguet Hairsprings

[Phillips]: Phillips Terminal Curves for Breguet Hairsprings
NEW. 12 pages, figs., reprinted 2015. A small booklet produced to assist watch and chronometer makers/restorers when forming the curves of right coiled, or left coiled, balance springs into the theoretically correct terminal curves to render it isochronal, as first calculated by Edouard Phillips in 1859. [French, German, English and Spanish languages] (Ref: N3811)

Price: 33.00

Phillips (A.): The Story of Big Ben
O/P. 20 pages, illustrated, 1st edition, 1959. A small booklet telling the story of 'Big Ben', the famous clock at the Palace of Westminster in London. The book was published to celebrate the clock's first 100 years in operation. Very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K2307 - BX7)

Price: 5.00

Philpott (S.F.): Modern Electric Clocks
O/P. 215 pages, 153 figs., 1st edition, 1933. One of the best known works on electric clocks explaining the principles of operation as applied to all types of electrical clocks including synchronous clocks and turret clocks. A very good copy. (Ref: K2813 - R1)

Price: 60.00

Philpott (S.F.): Modern Electric Clocks
O/P. 214 pages, 151 figs., 2nd edition, 1935. One of the best known works on electric clocks explaining the principles of operation as applied to all types of electrical clocks including synchronous clocks and turret clocks. A very good copy. (Ref: K2228 - Z2)

Price: 60.00

Philpott (S.F.): Modern Electric Clocks
O/P. 214 pages, 152 figs., 3rd edition, reprinted 1945. One of the best known works on electric clocks explaining the principles of operation as applied to all types of electrical clocks including synchronous clocks and turret clocks. A good copy. (Ref: K3243 - W1)

Price: 60.00

Philpott (S.F.): Modern Electric Clocks
O/P. 228 pages, 169 figs., 4th and best edition, 1949. One of the best known works on electric clocks explaining the principles of operation as applied to all types of electrical clocks including synchronous clocks and turret clocks. A very good copy with poor dust jacket. (Ref: K4378 - G5)

Price: 60.00


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