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Join us in San Diego next Autumn
for the
Southwest California Regional

Del Mar Fairgrounds, Fall 2017

Del Mar - where you'll find sand, surf, vintage watches, antique clocks, watch and clock parts, watchmaking and clockmaking tools, books, and more!

Get exclusive access to antique, vintage, and collectible clocks and watches! Where? At the Southwest California Regional, hosted by NAWCC Chapter 59 San Diego. It’s the year’s best opportunity to buy watch and clock parts, books, tools, accessories, and fine timepieces at wholesale prices. Come buy where the dealers buy: at the Southwest California Regional in beautiful Del Mar!

  • More than 250 8-foot tables in one well-lit room for buying and selling clocks, watches, watch and clock parts, tools, books, and other horological items.
  • Table registrations and Early Bird Passes available only to NAWCC members and their immediate families. You may join the NAWCC at the door; membership starts at $72/year. Or, you can click here to join the NAWCC now.
  • Public Day Saturday-only admission for the general public! Come early for the best deals and the biggest selection.
  • Educational exhibit open to the general public.
  • Typical schedule: Thursday evening registration, Mart set-up, and Early Bird access; Friday all day Mart and registration, with programs at 11 and 2; Saturday Mart until early afternoon, clean-up.
  • RV parking and hookups available.
  • NAWCC Regional Convention guidelines and California State tax laws apply.
  • Registration forms will be on the back cover of the NAWCC Mart or available for download from this page as the time nears.

General Chairs: Mark and Cathy Edgar, (858) 248-0808 (Pacific Time)
Mart Chair: John Visosky, (619) 403-1739 (Pacific Time)


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