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Hamilton Wristwatches: A Reference Guide - $49.95

Hamilton Wristwatches: A Reference Guide. 226 pages. Illustrated with nearly 900 Hamilton watches produced between 1917-1969. Completely indexed and with "Watch Finder" tables to help you identify any given model. Two years in the making, it's the first Hamilton identification book to be published in 17 years, since René Rondeau's 1999 book on mechanical Hamilton watches. The new book contains about 20 previously unknown models or model versions that have come to light through the efforts of dedicated Hamilton collectors who have shared their discoveries through articles and online discussion forums. These include The 1917 0-size "Cushion," the 18kt gold "Rectangular," the "Vancott," and the "Model A" to name a few. Also, 19 "Hamilton-Illinois" models made in the mid 1950s are identified, in addition to the so-called "M-Series" watches made in the early 1960s. Perhaps most importantly, quality of the nearly 900 watch images has been greatly improved compared with Rondeau's book thanks to advancements in digital imaging during the past 17 years.

Here are some comments by customers who've bought the book:

"This new Hamilton reference guide stands in a class by itself. It should be treasured and valued by Hamilton and vintage watch collectors alike. Its wealth of information and user friendly format makes it easy to locate and learn about the vast number of Hamilton wristwatch  models. Every collector should own one."
-- Fred Friedberg, Illinois watch collector and historian

"Bruce has expanded upon my original research with a wealth of exciting details about Hamilton watches. I am delighted to see this long-overdue book become available as a worthy successor to my original book."
-- René Rondeau, historian, author, and master watch technician

"Congratulations on creating the definitive Hamilton wristwatch guide. The introduction is extremely informative and the identification guide is comprehensive. The identification tables at the end of the book will save collectors countless hours of frustration. Thanks for creating a must-have guide for watch collectors."
-- Dan Stein, vintage watch enthusiast