I just signed up for the online course. I also recently completed a four day NAWCC workshop on Intro to Basic Pocket Watch Repair and I am eager to start learning more. in addition to new items, I was fortunate to acquire quite a few good vintage tools from the estate of my father’s cousin, who became a watchmaker on the GI bill after WWII, and had a shop for many years.
Besides an interest in railroad pocket watches, I have acquired a couple of International Time Recording (ITR) Company recorders. These were manufactured in Endicott, NY (my home town), by ITR, which eventually became IBM. I look forward to cleaning these up and getting them in good shape.
I hope to be hear from and contribute to the forum soon.