Watch and clock collector group opening event to public

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The NAWCC Mid-South Regional meeting organizers are

This is one of the most interesting of all single train skeleton clocks ever conceived. First made by an Englishman, William Strutt, about 1830, it has a number of interesting and extremely unusual features not found in other clocks. (Photo courtesy NAWCC)

This is one of the most interesting of all single train skeleton clocks ever conceived. First made by an Englishman, William Strutt, about 1830, it has a number of interesting and extremely unusual features not found in other clocks. (Photo courtesy NAWCC)

offering a Public Visitor’s Day to non-members of the National Association of Watch and Collectors, Inc. at the Chattanooga Convention Center Saturday, August 31. The public can participate in all the functions offered on Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., including the MART (9 a.m.-3 p.m.), which offers clocks, watches, parts, tools, books, etc. for sale; “Horological Craftsmanship” exhibit (9 a.m.-2 p.m.); free watch and clock evaluations (10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.); door prizes, silent auctions, and more.

The MART typically features more than 200 tables of clocks, watches, parts, tools, books and other time-keeping materials on hand for sale to the public.

Cost to attend the MART on Saturday is $10 per person, under 18 are admitted free.

For information about getting into the MART on Friday (membership required), contact Renee Coulson at 423-238-1555, or visit www.nawcc.org.

 

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