Women in Horology

I am honoured to have been included in Bob Frishman's latest bulletin for the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) as one of the London women in horology, relating to my forthcoming book chapter on clocks and watches in art and literature from the medieval period to the present, forthcoming in Anthony Turner's General History of Horology (Oxford University Press, 2021). http://watchnews.nawcc.org/free_bulletin_article/173-177_MJ20-WEB.pdf

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