Indexes for Antiquarian Horology
There are two indexes for Antiquarian Horology, which you can reach using the links on this page.
The first is a list of every article title since Antiquarian Horology began, in 1953, until the end of the most recent annual volume. This is a great way to browse the breadth of content contained in the journal.
The second is the cumulative set of full indexes as published at the end of each volume, which takes the form of a searchable PDF file.
Once you identify articles of interest, please note that AHS members have unlimited free access to the entire back run of Antiquarian Horology, from the first issue up to two years ago, as part of their membership. Subscriptions offer tremendous value, it is easy to join online, and password requests for the digital archive are usually processed the same working day.
PDF files are fully searchable using the features in Adobe Reader, and you may save the file on your computer for future personal reference.
If not already installed on your computer, you will need a suitable program such as Adobe Reader to view the PDF file, and this is available from the Adobe website, free of charge.