Antiquarian Horology is sent quarterly to all members. Printed to the highest standards with many colour pages, each issue contains a variety of articles, the AHS programme, news, letters and high-quality advertising, both trade and private. A complete collection of the journals is an invaluable store of horological information.
Use the links in the boxes below to see details about the current issue, recent issues and to read sample articles.
Looking for a particular article or subject? Find an article list and index here. Thinking of writing for the journal or been asked to referee? Find guidance here. To advertise in the journal, see here.
In addition, AHS members now have unlimited free access to Antiquarian Horology in searchable digital form, all the way back to the first issue in 1953. To use the digital journal, please log in with your membership details here.
Antiquarian Horology is edited by Dr Peter de Clercq.