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Clocksmiths is devoted to those SERIOUSLY involved in the horological trade.

Clocksmiths is for those who have either a direct or indirect tie to
horology with the focus on repair, sales or expertise.

A brief resume describing your experience in horology is required.

We are trying to limit membership to those that, at least
somewhat, depend on repairs as some source of income and if
not then we'd like those that can bring significant expertise
in one or more specific areas of horology.

Your membership affiliation with NAWCC, AWCI, or other recognized
horological affiliation is a plus but does not automatically qualify you
for admission.

The NAWCC and others are great organizations but our
concern is that it usually promotes "freebies" and not paid
professional service. We are not knocking these organizations, but
being a member of these organizations does not tell us if you are
in the repair field seriously.

We discuss Repair, Procurement of Materials and Services,
Research, Selling, Construction, Preservation, Clock Appraising,
and the Business of Running a Repair/Retail Shop.

In general, only those who are SERIOUSLY in the trade will be considered. Send your resume, which you will receive as an automatic E-mail once you apply for membership via the WEB, directly to: clocksmiths-owner@yahoogroups.com . If you do not receive a reply within 3 days, contact one of the following Moderators:

Ern Grover [service at fsptime.com], co list owner

Mike Murray [mike at atmosman.com], co list owner,

Stan Stocker [skstocker at comcast.net]. Moderator

Group Information

  • 634
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  • Sep 11, 1999
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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