List of articles published in Antiquarian Horology

We have been publishing high-quality scholarly articles about objects and ideas in the story of time since 1953. Our peer-reviewed quarterly journal, Antiquarian Horology, is internationally renowned for its scope and depth.

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Volume 1

Volume 1/1 (December 1953)

Roll of Founder Members 3

No Real Night, by H. Alan Lloyd 4

An Unorthodox Watch, by C.S. Jagger 6

The Tower of Babel, by John W. Castle 7

Volume 1/2 (March 1954)

A Neglected Chapter, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 10

A Viennese Flower-Vase Clock, by H. von Bertele 13

Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy, by S. Benson Beevers 15

15th and 16th Century Clocks, by C.B. Drover 17

Early Oxford Clockmakers, by C.F.C. Beeson 19

Volume 1/3 (June 1954)

The Huygens Collection, by F.A.B Ward 23

The Pinchbecks, by F.H. Knowles-Brown 26

Captain Cook’s Cabin Clock, by R.K. Foulkes 29

The Percy Webster Collection, by James Oakes 31

Ancient Turret Clocks – Lecture Notes Given, by R.P. Howgrave-Graham 33

W D’s Dial, by C.F.C. Beeson 34

Volume 1/4 (September 1954)

Robert Seignior, by Cedric S. Jagger 39

Clocks of the Netherlands, by E.J. Tyler 44

Clock Masterpieces, by Ronald A. Lee 47

The Earliest Clock Illustration, by C.B. Drover 49

Tompion Turret Clock Report of Informal Discussion 50

Volume 1/5 (December 1954)

A Medieval Monastic Water-Clock, by C.B. Drover 54

Automatic Music in Miniature, by John E.T. Clark 59

Samuel Watson, by H. Alan Lloyd 60

The Percy Webster Collection, by James Oakes 62

New Light on Ancient Turret Clocks, by R.P. Howgrave-Graham 64

The Tic-Tac Escapement, by D.W. Parkes 66

Volume 1/6 (March 1955)

Planetaria, by C.A. Crommelin 70

Benjamin Gray, by S. Benson-Beevers 76

A Tompion Broadsheet, by C.A. Ilbert 78

Watch and Clockmakers’ Design Books, by J.F. Hayward 80

Dondi’s Astronomical Clock, by H.A. Alan Lloyd 83

Volume 1/7 (June 1955)

Mechanical Pictures, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 89

The Webster Family, by Bruce Maclean 93

Talks at Informal Meeting, by F.W. Palmer and C. Janca 97

The Farmyard Cock, by A.S. Bates 99

Volume 1/8 (September 1955)

Tompion and Graham Timepieces, by R.K. Foulkes 105

The Webster family (conclusion), by Bruce Maclean 109

The Jaquemart Clock of Dijon, by John W. Castle 113

A Rare Portable Sundial, by F.A.B. Ward 115

Volume 1/9 (December 1955)

Equation Clock Inventions of Jos. Williamson, by H.V. Bertele 123

Five Centuries of British Timekeeping, by Cecil Clutton 128

George Etherington, by Cedric Jagger 133

Two Interesting Discoveries in the Gershom Parkington Collection, by S. Benson Beevers 136

Volume 1/10 (March 1956)

Francois Justin Vulliamy, by S. Benson Beevers 142

Visits to the Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 146

A Sussex Turret Clock, by A.J. Nixseaman 148

Thomas Dallam’s Organ Clock, by C.B. Drover 150

Chinese Astronomical Clockwork, by J. Needham 153

Volume 1/11 (June 1956)

A Turret Clock by W. Clement, by F.A.B. Ward 159

The Rt. Hon Lord Harris 160

John Thwaites, by G.E.T. Buggins and E.B.M. Devereux 161

Congreve Clocks, by T.A.S. Drake 164

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 165

An Interesting Equation Dial, by H. Alan Lloyd 167

Courtenay A. Ilbert 168

Volume 1/12 (September 1956)

Urban Jurgensen, by Cedric Jagger 177

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 181

An Unusual Watch, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 183

Huygens Tercentenary Exhibition 185

Halleicher’s Singing Clock, by John W. Castle 187

Volume 2

Volume 2/1 (December 1956)

Salisbury and the West-Country Clocks, by R.P. Howgrave-Graham 2

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 8

An Early Tompion Timepiece, by J. Burleigh James 12

The Origin of the Differential Gear, by H. v. Bertele 14

Pendulum Tercentenary Exhibition 16

Volume 2/2 (March 1957)

Early New England Clocks, by Wm King Covell 21

Huygen’s Tercentenary Exhibition, by Michael Hurst 25

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 29

Benjamin Vulliamy, by S. Benson-Beevers 31

Volume 2/3 (June 1957)

Bohemian Clock, by H. v. Bertele 41

The Wadham College Clock, by C.F.C. Beeson 47

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 51

Lady Fielding’s Watch repairs, by Alan Lloyd 53

Volume 2/4 (September 1957)

The AHS in Switzerland, by F. Knowles-Brown 60

Musical Boxes and Automata, by Graham Hodgetts 65

Visits to Great Collections, by Cecil Clutton 70

Extracts from London in 1710 76

Volume 2/5 (December 1957)

Swiss Turret Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 78

Watches in Switzerland, by Vaudrey Mercer 82

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 86

18th Century Whimsy, by John W. Castle 89

Novel Striking Mechanism, by H.P.R. Wallbridge 90

Automata at Salisbury, by R.P. Howgrave-Graham 91

Volume 2/6 (March 1958)

Richard Greene’s Litchfield Museum, by Cedric Jagger 98

A Tompion Travelling Clock, by R.K. Foulkes 103

Visits to Collections – the Metropolitan Museum of Art, by Cecil Clutton 106

AHS Visit to the British Museum 109

Volume 2/7 (June 1958)

The Winterthur Astronomical Clock, by K. Kellenburger 118

Cumberland’s First Horologist, by John B. Penfold 122

Sir William Congreve’s Free Pendulum Clock, by Cecil Clutton 125

Leonardo da Vinci and the Clock of Giovanni de Dondi, by Derek J. de S. Price 127

A Gravity Escapement, by K. Younghusband 129

Volume 2/8 (September 1958)

The Clock and the Pendulum, by Enrico Morpurg 138

Some West Country Clockmakers, by J.K. Bellchambers 144

Astrology and the Clock, by A.K. Soper 146

Visits to Collections (Lord Harris and Bernard Watkins) 148

Volume 2/9 (December 1958)

The Ilbert Collection 160

Watches, by Cecil Clutton 174

Volume 2/10 (March 1959)

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 187

Cuckoo Clocks, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 190

Liechti Clocks, by Hans v. Bertele 195

The Elskamp Collection, by F.A.B. Ward 198

Volume 2/11 (June 1959)

1959 Clocks in Russian Museums, by Ernest Zinner 206

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 210

Journeyman Clocks, by Norman Rabson 212

Rev William Ludlum’s Clock, by H. Alan Lloyd 215

Marriage Allegations of 17th Cent Clockmakers 220

Volume 2/12 (September 1959)

1959 AHS Tour of Germany, by F.A.B. Ward 227

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 232

The Burgundy Clock, by H. Alan Lloyd 235

Early Clock Discovery, by H. v. Bertele 237

Volume 3

Volume 3/1 (December 1959)

Gossage’s Patent Alarum, by Cedric Jagger 6

Japanese Clocks, by P.G. Coole 8

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 14

Turret Clocks on the German Tour, by C.F.C. Beeson 17

Marriage Allegations, by F.K. Challen 19

Clockmaking in Malta, by H. Alan Lloyd 22

Volume 3/2 (March 1960)

Watches Seen on the German Tour, by T.P.C. Cuss 36

History of the Pendulum Watch, by Bernard Caillard 41

17th Century Nun Watchmakers, by C.C. Baines 43

Mudges in the West Country, by J.K. Bellchambers 45

Second Mudge Lever Watch, by Cecil Clutton 47

Volume 3/3 (June 1960)

Sand-Glass Sand, by C.B. Drover, P.A. Sabine, C. Tyler and P.G. Coole 62

Izaac Thuret, by George Foster 73

Visits to Collections, by Cecil Clutton 76

Volume 3/4 (September 1960)

Conical Pendulums, by T.A.S. Drake 94

Bells and Bellfounding, by Douglas Hughe 96

The Ellicotts, by R.K. Foulkes 102

Volume 3/5 (December 1960)

King Edward III’s Clocks, by R. Allen Brown 124

Two Early Lever Watches, by Cecil Clutton 127

Clocks at the Antique Dealers Fair 130

John Knibb, by C.F.C. Beeson 132

An Unusual Austrian Plate Clock, by F.A.B. Ward 136

Volume 3/6 (March 1961)

The Yellow Emperors South Pointing Chariot, by A.C. Bird 152

An Ample Year for Watch Collectors, by Cedric Jagger 155

Marriage Allegations 163

American Clocks, 1780–1840, by Donald K. Packard 164

A Watch by S.M., by T.P. Camerer Cuss 168

The Origin of the Mystery Clock, by C. Blair and F.A.B. Ward 170

Larcum Kendall’s Pivoted Detent Escapement, by Cecil Clutton 172

Volume 3/7 (June 1961)

Horology at Burlington House Part II 174

An Ample Year for Watch Collectors, by Cedric Jagger 188

Giovanni Dondi dell’Orologio’s Astronomical Clock of 1364, by H. Alan Lloyd 197

Some European Anticipations of American Clock Features, by E.J. Tyler 200

Late 19th Century Hand Watch Making 205

A Claim for Finding the Longitude at Sea by Zumbach de Koesfelt, by Hans Hooijmaijers 347

Knibb and the Anchor Escapement, by C.F.C. Beeson 208

Postscript to German Tour 1959 210

Volume 3/8 (September 1961)

Did Julien Le Roy Make the First Detached Lever Escapement, by Robert A. Miles 224

The Austrian Tour, by Cecil Clutton 231

A Victorian Mystery Clock, by Anthony Bird. 236

Volume 3/9 (December 1961)

AHS Austrian Tour, Watches, by Robert H.A. Miles 252

AHS Austrian Tour, Turret Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 255

AHS Austrian Tour, Clocks, by F.A.B. Ward 257

The Dennison and Wheeler Watch Collections, by Cedric Jagger 262

The Chronometer Experiment, by W.J. Gazeley 267

Volume 3/10 (March 1962)

The Dennison and Wheeler Watch Collections (Part II), by Cedric Jagger 284

Some New Documents in the History of Horology, by Henri Michel 288

The Turret Clocks of Rye Church, by E.J. Tyler 292

Henricus Jones Londini, by Percy G. Dawson 298

Volume 3/11 (June 1962)

Peter Litherland and Co, by R. Vaudrey Mercer. 316

Rye Church Clock 324

Clocks in Early Churchwarden’s Accounts, by C.F.C. Beeson 325

The King of Spain’s Watch, by George Daniels 328

The First Mechanical Escapement? by Cecil Clutton 332

Volume 3/12 (September 1962)

An Early Medieval Water Clock, by Francis Maddison, Bryan Scott and Alan Kent 348

The Life of William Clement, by John B. Penfold 354

The Brussels Miniature, by C.B. Drover 357

The 15th Century Clock at Cotehele House, by Cecil Clutton 362

Sundials, by F.A.B. Ward 365

Volume 4

Volume 4/1 (December 1962)

English Provincial Clockmaking, by Ernest L. Edwardes 8

Directions for the Management of a Watch 16

The Will of Isaack Pluvier, by John C. Stevens 18

Prest’s Keyless Work, by L.E. Christmas 23

Volume 4/2 (March 1963)

Charles Gretton, by John C. Stevens 40

Some Notes on the Prest Family, by C.A. Osborne 46

A Watch by Thomas Prest, by L.E. Christmas 47

A Clock by Samuel Aldworth, by C.F.C. Beeson 48

Antiquarian Horology in Namur, by H. von Bertele 50

Volume 4/3 (June 1963)

The Astronomical Clock of Lyons, by the late John W. Castle 72

French Carriage Clocks, by A.B. Dickie. 77

Time, Ships and Civilisation, by D.W. Waters 81

Some Tudor Clockmakers, by C.F.C. Beeson 86

Some Notes on the Arnold Family, by C.A. Osborne 89

Volume 4/4 (September 1963)

The 1963 AHS Tour of Northern Italy and Switzerland, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 106

Julien Le Roy’s Lever Revived, by Cecil Clutton 108

Early Timekeepers at Sea, by Susanna Nockolds 110

A Chronometer Deck Watch by Brockbanks, by L.E. Christmas 114

Clock and Watchmaking in Deptford, Greenwich and Lewisham, by C.A. Osborne 116

A Clock-Watch by John Barnett London 118

Volume 4/5 (December 1963)

Clocks Seen on the Swiss Italian Tours 1963, by F.A.B. Ward 134

Wood Framed Church Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 139

Early Timekeepers at Sea (continued), by Susanna Nockolds 148

Volume 4/6 (March 1964)

André Hessén’s Verge Lever Escapement, by Vaudrey Mercer 170

An Interesting Barraud Chronometer, by Robert H. A. Miles 173

The Ancient Town Hall Clock of Prague in Changing Times, by Karl Fischer 174

The Great Clock of Prague, by the late John W. Castle 176

Watches Seen on the Swiss and Italian Tours, by Robert H. A. Miles 178

Clock Shown in 17th Century Carving, by G.B. Hodgetts 182

Volume 4/7 (June 1964)

The Knibb Family, Clockmakers, by Ronald A. Lee 201

The Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, by P.G. Coole 210

Watch by E.F. Ashley, by L.E. Christmas 212

Deck Watch by Margetts, by L.E. Christmas 216

Visit to Chester 217

Volume 4/8 (September 1964)

The Knibb Family, Clockmakers, by Ronald A. Lee 232

A Watch by Charles Frodsham, by L.E. Christmas 239

Derbyshire Clockmakers Before 1850, by W. Douglas White 240

The History of Timing and Regulating, by W.J. Gazeley 246

Weight Clocks at Chester, by Earnest L. Edwards 248

Volume 4/9 (December 1964)

French Lantern Clocks, by W.F.J. Hana 266

A Marine Chronometer with a Very Unusual Form of Escapement, by G.R. Rose and R. McV. Weston 270

A Clock by John Hawting, Oxford, by C.F.C. Beeson 273

John Ellicott – Clockmaker or Clock Designer? by G. Buggins 275

The Earliest Illustration of a Watch, by F.A.B. Ward 278

The Hour Tubes of Derby Cathedral Clock, by J.E. Locke 281

Volume 4/10 (March 1965)

A Chronometer by Breguet, Neveu et Cie, by L. Appleby 298

A Korean 17th Century Armillary Clock, by J.H. Combridge 300

A Domestic Chronometer, by G.C. Spencer 302

A Clock by Henry Harper, by C.H. Wheeler 304

More Thoughts on Mudge, by Cecil Clutton 306

Volume 4/11 (June 1965)

The Silver Swan, by T.P. Camerer Cuss 330

Another “New” Lever Watch – Ellicott No. 9927, by Charles Allix 335

Clocks at Bruton Place, by Michael Hurst 338

A Distinguished Continental Clock Rediscovered, by F.A.B. Ward 343

Volume 4/12 (September 1965)

A History of Repeating Watches, by Francis Wadsworth 364

An Extraordinary Clock by “Mr Barny” 368

Did Dondi Use Iron, by Alan Lloyd 371

A Clock-Watch by Michael Nouwen, by C.F.C. Beeson 372

A Clock Lover’s Exhibition, by T.O. Robinson 375

Horology in Hungary, by A. Horvath 376

Volume 5

Volume 5/1 (December 1965)

Clocks Seen on the French Tours, 1965, by E.E.J. Trundell and F.A.B. Ward 10

The Clocks of Peterborough Cathedral, by C.F.C. Beeson 17

Robin’s “Revolutionary Lever Watch No. 3”, by Cedric Jagger 21

A History of Repeating Watches (continued), by Francis Wadsworth 24

Volume 5/2 (March 1966)

The Upside-Down Regulator, by G.H. Bell 44

A History of Repeating Watches (continued), by Francis Wadsworth 48

Le Roy and the Lever Escapement Some New Evidence? by Cecil Clutton 53

Sylvain Mairet, by Philip Mairet 55

Volume 5/3 (June 1966)

The Exeter Lovelace Clock, by Alan Smith 78

A Clock Watch by Quare, by A.G. Randall 86

A Six Hour Dial Watch, by C.F.C. Beeson 89

A History of Repeating Watches (continued), by Francis Wadsworth 90

Sandglasses, Sundials and Watches, AHS Tour 1982, by C.K. Aked 283

The Birmingham Clock Dial Makers, by C.A. Osborne 94

A Transitional Japanese Clock 97

Volume 5/4 (September 1966)

A Chapter in the Life of John Arnold, by Vaudrey Mercer 116

A 14th Century Portable Sundial, by F.A.B. Ward 124

Mr John Arnold’s Specification, by Cecil Clutton 125

An Impossible Clock, by Anthony Bird 127

A Document About Konrad Kreizer, by E. Morpurgo 131

Time on Show at Westminster Abbey 133

Volume 5/5 (December 1966)

The Clock of St. George’s Church, Esher, by E. J. Tyler 154

Sigismund Rentizsch, by T.P. Camera Cuss 164

The Lunar Society Exhibition at Birmingham, by R.J. Law 169

“The Grotto” by Jaquet Droz, by Diane Perrot 170

Volume 5/6 (March 1967)

The 16th Century Clock at Sidling St. Nicholas, by A.H. Druery and C.F.C. Beeson 194

A Nobleman’s Accounts 198

The Arnolds and Bellings of Bodmin in Cornwall, by H. Miles Brown 200

A Clock by Joseph Knibb 203

The Central Count Wheel, by C.F.C. Beeson 204

A Coach Clock by Joseph Kerber 206

Volume 5/7 (June 1967)

John Joseph Merlin a Forgotten Artist, by Charles Allix 228

Bells and Bell Founding, by Douglas Hughes 233

Mechanical Universe, the Astrarium or the Planetarium, by E. Morpurgo 241

A Rare Lepine Watch, by Cecil Clutton 242

Volume 5/8 (September 1967)

The AHS Tour of Holland, Belgium and North Germany – Turret Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 266

The Auction Sale of Larcum Kendall’s Workshop, 1790, by G. L’E. Turner 269

William John Gazeley 276

A Chinese Musical Clock, by T.P.C. Cuss 278

Horology in Provincial and Rural Museums, by John C. Stevens 280

Dondi 1318–1389 and Leonardo 1452–1519, by H. Alan Lloyd 282

James Sweetman Eiffe, by George Foster 284

Volume 5/9 (December 1967)

Clocks Seen on the Continental Tour 1967, by F.A.B. Ward and E.E.J. Trundell 308

A Constant Force Clock with Grande-Sonnerie Striking, by W. Pinder 315

An English Gothic Chamber Clock, by George Foster 318

British Museum Recent Acquisitions 325

Volume 5/10 (March 1968)

Gillows Clock Cases, by Nicholas Goodison 348

John Harrison his Rivals and Imitators, by H. Quill 362

Watches, the AHS Continental Tour, 1967, by R.H.A. Miles 368

Professor David S. Torrens 371

Watch by Parkinson and Frodsham, by L.E. Christmas 374

Volume 5/11 (June 1968)

Mudge’s Lever Escapement, by George Daniels 396

The Fusee Renversee, by Guiseppe Brusa and Charles Allix 408

The Astronomical Clock of Su Sung 414

Sandglass in Cloth of Gold, by C.F.C. Beeson 417

Volume 5/12 (September 1968)

A Dutton Equation Clock, by J.H.F. Wadsworth. 440

The Clock at Nether Winchendon Church, by W.H. Jennings 443

Watch by French, by L.E. Christmas 447

Longcase Clock by Justin Vulliamy, c.1770, by L.S. Northcote 448

A Clock by Thomas Bulman, by S.M. Baker 450

An Epicyclic Set Hands Mechanism, by A.C.H. Crisford 452

Oil for Chronometers, by Charles K. Aked 454

Time and the Hour, Anonymous 458

Brief Chronological History of Seth Thomas 463

Volume 6

Volume 6/1 (December 1968)

A Turkish Calendar Watch, by H. von Bertele 12

Horological Books and Libraries, by Charles A. Aked 15

A Cumberland Masterpiece, by S.M. Baker 24

Paul Philip Barraud, by Cedric Jagger 28

John Moore and Sons, by T.P.C. Cuss 32

Volume 6/2 (March 1969)

Captain Cook’s Pendulum Clocks, by Derek Howse 62

An Early Anchor Escapement in a Turret Clock, by C.F.C. Beeson and F.R. Maddison 77

Antique Clocks in Scandinavia, by Johan Knap 81

The Leichtis of Winterthur, by Anthony J. Duley 83

Horological Books and their Care, by Charles K. Aked 91

Volume 6/3 (June 1969)

H. Alan Lloyd 126

Some Important English Clocks Made for Italy and One Unrecorded Tompion, by D. Pavolini 128

An Historical Skeleton Clock, by Anthony Heathcote 132

Two Pierre Le Roys, by Guiseppe Brusa and Charles Allix 135

Captain Cook’s Minor Clocks and Watches, by Derek Howse 138

The First Twelve Years of the Pendulum Clock, by Michael Hurst 146

Volume 6/4 (September 1969)

Captain Cook’s Marine Timepieces Part I – the Kendall Watches, by Derek Howse 190

Some Horological Extracts from Stukeley’s Diaries, by John R. Milburn 206

The Exclusive Fromanteel, by Edward G. Aghib 212

The Joyces of Whitchurch, by Charles K. Aked 216

The British Museum – Some Recent Acquisitions 224

Sold by Auction 226

The AHS Tour of Denmark, 1969 229

Volume 6/5 (December 1969)

The English Lantern Clock, by Ernest L. Edwardes 260

Captain Cook’s Marine Timepieces Part II – the Arnold Chronometers, by Derek Howse 276

The Saga of the Shelton Clocks, by Derek Howse and Beresford Hutchinson 281

Art and Horology – an Association of Interest, by Peter D. Guggenheim 299

The Story of Greenwich Time 302

Volume 6/6 (March 1970)

The 1797 Act of Parliament, by T.P.C. Cuss 349

The Astronomical Watch by George Margetts, by George Daniels 350

A Newly Discovered Graham Timepiece, by F.A.B. Ward 360

William Derham and the Artificial Clockmaker, by Charles K. Aked 362

Volume 6/7 (June 1970)

Perpignan 1356 and the Earliest Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 408

William Dereham and “the Artificial Clockmaker” Part 2, by C. Aked 416

The Preservation of Old Church Clocks, by E.J. Tyler 428

Julien Le Roy No. 4540, by Woolf Posner 431

A 16th Century Table Clock, by Edward S. Jones and Peter D. Guggenheim 433

T.P. Camerer Cuss – An Appreciation 437

The Splicing of Clock Ropes, by B.P.C. Fowler 440

Volume 6/8 (September 1970)

The Clockmakers of Leicestershire and Rutland, by J. A. Daniell 486

William Derham and the Artificial Clockmaker – Part 3, by C.K. Aked 495

A Rare Watch by James Ferguson Cole, by Robert Barnett 506

Georgius Clayton de Marple, by Ernest L. Edwardes 511

Watches in the Museum of Science and Industry in Oslo, by Johan Knap 515

Volume 7

Volume 7/1 (December 1970)

The Tompion Clocks at Greenwich and the Dead-Beat Escapement, by Derek Howse 18

Horologium, by Christiaan Huygens, 1658. Latin Text with Translation, by Ernest L. Edwardes 35

Murday’s Electrically Driven Balance-Wheel Clock, by Charles K. Aked 56

Charles Dickens and Horology, by Frederick R.S. Rogers 60

Volume 7/2 (March 1971)

The Tompion Clocks at Greenwich and the Dead-Beat Escapement Part 2, by Derek Howse 114

The Story of the Cinderella Clock, by H. von Bertele 134

John Arnold’s Chronometer No. 13, by David Hutchinson 138

The Planetarium at Franeker, by J.W.A. Van Schie 141

Julien and Pierre Le Roy, Some Further Evidence, by Charles Allix and Guiseppe Brusa 149

Volume 7/3 (June 1971)

Some Features of 16th, 17th and 18th Century Italian Clocks, by C.D. Cherbel 198

Henry Hindley of York – Part 1, by R.J. Law 205

Japanese Clocks are Peculiar, by Albert L. Odmark 222

The Invention of the Anchor Escapement 225

Christopher Wren and the Wadham Clock, by A.J. Turner. 229

Taking a Risk, by Murray Macleod 231

Volume 7/4 (September 1971)

The Grasshopper Escapement, by Colonel H. Quill 288

Pearson’s “Jupiter” Clock, by R.J. Law 297

New Light on George Margetts, by A.J. Turner 304

Schoof’s Regulator, by Frank Monk 317

The “Dutch” Extraction of the Fromanteel Family, by R. Plomp 320

Leading-Off Work in Turret Clocks, by D.F. Nettell 328

The De Baufre Genre, by George Foster 337

Volume 7/5 (December 1971)

Electricity, Magnetism and Clocks, by Charles K. Aked 398

The Grasshopper Escapement, its Geometry and its Properties, by Martin Burgess 416

Whatever Became of Banger? by John H. Penfold 423

Continental Tour 1971 Part I Clocks, by E.E.J. Trundell 425

Continental Tour 1971 Part II Watches, by Albert L. Odmark 429

Volume 7/6 (March 1972)

Thomas Lister, 1745–1814, by C.H. Rycroft 498

Arnold and Breguet, Inventors of the Modern Watch 510

Renovating Turret Clocks, by W.H. Jennings 515

Reflections from a Lacquer Clock, by E. Lloyd Thomas 518

An Early Anonymous Swiss Self-Winding Watch, by Jean-Claude Sabrier and Andre Imbert 526

Roentgenology of Old Clocks, by T. de Roo 529

Combating the Scourge of Thefts, by Kenneth Ulyett 533

Volume 7/7 (June 1972)

Julien and Pierre Le Roy, by Giuseppe Brusa and Charles Allix 598

Robert Molyneux’s Astronomical Clocks and Chronometers, by Christopher Wood 607

Grandfather Hunter, by Douglas J.B. Wilson 613

The Boothroyd Collection 624

The Great Astronomical Clock at Hampton Court Palace 626

A Watchmakers Token 628

Volume 7/8 (September 1972)

Henry Hindley of York 1701–1771 Part II, by R.J. Law 682

The Radellof Cross Beat Clock of 1660, by Wolfram Block 700

Earnshaw Chronometer No. 550, by Christopher Wood 704

In Support of the Painted Dial, by P.A. Hewitt 706

Eli Terry and the Patent Shelf Clock, by Kenneth D. Roberts 709

Technical and Radiological Determination of a Rare Old Dutch Schippertje, by T. de Roo and P. Vel 713

A Le Roy Regulator, by N.M.R. McCallum 717

Observations on the New Scaping for Clocks and Watches 720

Sketch for a Turret Clock by Lord Grimthorpe, by Cecil Clutton 723

Volume 8

Volume 8/1 (December 1972)

The Dutch Origin of the French Pendulum Clock, by R. Plomb 24

Hubert Sarton of Liège, by Edward G. Aghib 42

The Astronomical Clocks at the Observatory, Calton Hill, Edinburgh, by Christopher Wood 55

The Earth Driven Clock, by F.G. Alan Shenton 63

The Introduction of the Dead-Beat Escapement: A New Document, by A.J. Turner 71

The Seth Atwood Clock and Watch Collections, by Cecil Clutton 72

A Going Barrel Skeleton Clock, by Charles K. Aked and F.G. Alan Shenton 75

Drielsma’s Railway Clock 78

Volume 8/2 (March 1973)

The First Free Pendulum Clock, by Charles K. Aked. 136

The Thirty Hour Longcase Clock, by T.O. Robinson 163

A Thomas Tompion Turret Clock, by J.E. Locke 172

An Eighteenth-Century Watchmaker and his Day-Book, by E.F. Bunt. 175

Restoration of a Rare Old Dutch Wall Clock, by T. de Roo and P. Vel 183

Instruments for Measuring Time 187

The Clock at St. Peter’s, Wallingford, by D.F. Nettell 188

Two Pocket Chronometers by John Roger Arnold, by Adolphe Chapiro 190

Volume 8/3 (June 1973)

Old Dutch Clocks, by E.L. Edwardes 254

The First Electric Clock, by Charles C. Aked 276

Almost Twins, by D.J. Blackwell 290

Some Trade Tokens of Horological Interest, by Simon Bendall 292

The Fleet Street Address of Graham and his Successors, by John R. Millburn 299

Major Errors in Timekeeping of Pendulum Clocks, by J.D. Weaver 302

How the Rate of a Pendulum Clock Will Change with Altitude, by Myron Pleasure 305

Volume 8/4 (September 1973)

The Context of Production, Identification and Dating of Clocks by A. and J. Thwaites, by G.T.E. Buggins and A.J. Turner 372

Italian Tour 1973, by Charles K. Aked 382

The Philosophy of Louis Berthoud, by Cecil Clutton 399

A Remarkable Clock by John Ellicot, by David M.W. Evans and Noel C. Evans 402

A Spring Driven Year Clock, by C.H. Rycroft 406

A Wise Tic-Tac, by Edmund Grimsley 409

Two Interesting Watches of the Late 18th Century, by Adolphe Shapiro 412

Volume 8/5 (December 1973)

Vertical or Doorframe Turret Clocks, by C.F.C. Beeson 484

The Scott Electric Clock, by Geoffrey C. Crabtree 491

A 12-hour Public Clock Dial of the 15th Century in Paris, by F.A.B. Ward 495

Bewcastle Cross, by Charles K. Aked 497

Was Henri Motel a Pupil of Breguet, by Adolphe Chapiro 506

The Clock in the Church of All Saints, Kingston upon Thames, by E.J. Tyler 508

Historical Problem Solved with X-Rays, by T. de Root and P. Vel. 521

A Pocket Chronometer by John Ham of London, by Thomas L. De Fazio 525

Volume 8/6 (March 1974)

The Cumbrian Background of George Graham, by John B. Penfold 600

A Visit to West Tofts, by D.F. Nettell 614

A Danish Maker of Clocks and Watches, by Johan Knapp 617

Time in Jewish Tradition, by Myron Pleasure 619

Thiout’s Detached Watch Escapement, by Cecil Clutton 625

A Note on Two Brocot Inventions, by F.A.B. Ward 626

Volume 8/7 (June 1974)

On Cherubim and Seraphim, by C.F.C. Beeson 716

A Special and Curious Type Clock from the Zaan Region, by T. de Roo and P. Vel 724

Longitude and the Marine Chronometer: Part 1, by Charles K. Aked 732

Watch No 1 by Beaure, by Adolphe Chapiro 745

Outward Signs of William Bowyer, by Edmund Grimsley 747

Clocks of China, by James R.A. Aked 748

Visit to a Clerkenwell Clock Factory 750

A Letter on the Longitude, by John Briggs 755

Volume 8/8 (September 1974)

Some Early English Table Clocks, by William C. Bopp 838

Longitude and the Marine Chronometer, Part 2, by Charles K. Aked 854

Horological Caelocanth, by Anthony Bird 866

Precision Pendulum Clocks – Circular Error and the Suspension Spring, by Kenneth James 868

A Cautionary Tale, by W.S. Laycock 884

Clock Jacks of Town and Country, by R.J. Nichols 887

More About the Elusive Fromanteel, by E.G. Aghib and J.H. Leopold 890

Volume 9

Volume 9/1 (December 1974)

Dutch Influences in French Clockmaking, by R. Plomb 28

Extracts from a Parkinson and Frodsham Pamphlet, by Christopher Wood 46

Alexander Bain, the Father of Electrical Horology 51

Three Miniature Spring Clocks by Thomas Tompion, by Meyrick Neilson 64

Camerini – Maker of Fine Clocks, by C.D. Belcher 69

The Portugese Agent: J.H. de Magellan, by G. L’E. Turner 74

A Pair of Wooden Posted Turret Clocks, by W.S. Laycock and D.F. Nettell 77

Volume 9/2 (March 1975)

The Society’s Memorial to Alan Lloyd 156

Italian Night Clocks, by Giuseppe Brusa 159

George IIIrd’s Directions for Mounting and Unmounting a Watch, by C.B. Drover 169

Hindley De Wigan: an Eight-Day Clock, by David Barker 172

The Fromanteel Story, by Brian Loomes 175

Thomas Cole Clockmaker, part I, by Donovan Dawe 186

Thomas Cole Clockmaker, part II, by John B. Hawkins 189

John Arnolds Second Marriage, by Vaudrey Mercer 195

Roman Solar Acoustic Clock in Verona, by Paulo F. Forlati 198

A Franklin Clock by Porthouse of Penrith, by B. Lloyd Thomas 202

Robert Lowne and his Electric Clock System, by Rita K. Shenton 209

William Roy, Dunfermline, by Felix Hudson 215

Volume 9/3 (June 1975)

The Astronomical Clock Towers of Chang Ssu-Hsun and his Successors A.D. 976 to 1126, by John H. Combridge 288

A Turret Clock at Claverly (Salop), by D.F. Nettell and A.L. James 302

The Clocks of the Victoria and Albert Museum, by F.A.B. Ward 304

Thomas Yates of Preston Watchmaker and Experimentalist, by R.F. Carrington 317

The Metfield Church Clock, by Leonard F. Miller 320

Leonardo and the Chiaravalle Abbey Clock, by Antonio Simoni 324

Two Clocks by Thuret, by Geoffrey Wills 330

The Function of the Quick Train Marine Chronometer, by Christopher Wood 331

The Automatic Memorandum Clock, by Rita K. Shenton 337

Volume 9/4 (September 1975)

A Turret Clock by Joseph Knibb, an Appeal 408

Henry Hindley – His Age, His Clocks and the Lancashire Link, by J.R.M. Setchell 409

Robert Molyneux’s Astronomical Clocks and Chronometers, Christopher Wood 412

A Proposal for a National Index of Clock and Watchmakers, by Ian F. Maxted 426

An Early Electric Turret Clock, by Charles K. Aked 428

Jean-Antoine Lepine, 1720–1814, an “Unknown” Maker, by Adolphe Chapiro 443

A Puzzle in Dialling, by W.S. Laycock 443

Volume 9/5 (December 1975)

Dell’ Orologia Applicato all Elettromotore Perpetuo, by Charles K. Aked and Paolo Rizzardi 524

A Watch Altered by Charles Edward Viner to a Pocket Chronometer, by Thomas L. De Fazio 540

Dr C.F.C. Beeson 543

Thos Ogden, de Halifax, an 8-day, Revolving Ball Moon Longcased Clock, c.1740, by David Barker 545

Louis Recordon, King George III, and Richard Simmons: an Account of a Royal Presentation Watch, by Oliver Fairclough 551

Lunar Gear Trains and Phase Indication, by P.D. Briggs 556

The Rarity of Chronometers, by Johan Knap 558

A Turret Clock by Jullion of Brentford, by C.G. MacKay 559

Samuel Yates of Liverpool, by David M.W. Evans 563

An Old Dutch Poem 565

Volume 9/6 (March 1976)

How the Chronometer Went to Sea, by W.E. May 638

John Flamsteed and the Balance Spring, by Derek Howse and Valerie Finch 664

A Description and Study of a Planetarium, by M. Rendon and P. Balmes 682

Thomas Cole Exhibition 690

The AHS West Country Tour 1975, by John Arnold Bell 692

Volume 9/7 (June 1976)

15th Century Clocks and Clock dials, by F.A.B. Ward 762

John C. Stevens 768

An Albert H. Potter Constant Force Chronometer, by Chester W. Howard 770

Liechti Clocks in British Museums, by Anthony J. Duley 777

Thomas Wright in the Poultry, London, No. 2228, by Andrew Crisford 785

Orbis Sensualium Pictus, by James R. Aked 789

A Remarkable Electric Clock, by R.A. Bucknall 794

The Earliest String-Gnomon Sundials, by F.A.B. Ward 800

Volume 9/8 (September 1976)

What’s Wrong With Hardy’s Escapement? by Christopher Wood 882

The Chamberlain File 896

The Delivery of a Clock by John Holmes, London to a Yorkshire Country House, by David Barker 906

Leonardo, the Chiaravalle Clock and Epicyclic Gearing; a Reply to Antonio Simoni, by Bert S. Hall and Ian Bates 910

The Twilight of Islamic Astronomy, by Myron Pleasure 918

Horology at Grosvenor House 922

Constant Force Escapements, by Anthony G. Randall 932

Volume 10

Volume 10/1 (Winter 1976)

Joseph Finney of Liverpool, by Oliver Fairclough 32

Rye Church Clock, by E.J. Tyler 41

Scottish Painted Dials, by Felix Hudson 55

The Ambassadors, by Charles K. Aked 70

Iron Marks on Turret Clocks, by Torsten Berg and D.F. Nettel 78

The Marquis of Worcester, by Rita Shenton 82

Big Ben, by M.S. Loveday 85

Volume 10/2 (Spring 1977)

The Admiral’s Clock, by Derek Howse 164

Scottish Painted Dials, Part 2, by Felix Hudson 173

The Earliest Turret Clock? by Hans von Bertele 189

The Collection of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, by Cecil Clutton 197

“Electrifying Time” Exhibition, by Arthur Mitchell 206

Important Sidereal Month Going Longcase Regulator by Thomas Tompion and Edward Banger, by Meyrick Neilson 214

The Shortt Synchronome No. 31, by Thomas Terjeson 217

Volume 10/3 (Summer 1977)

Joseph Finney of Liverpool (contd.), by Oliver Fairclough. 294

James McCabe, by Paul E. Hackamack 308

Scottish Painted Dials Part 3, by Felix Hudson 317

James Ferguson’s Tidal Clock 1764–1770, by John Milburn 331

The Structural and Aesthetic Perfection of Gothic Clock Frames, by H.G. Hammond 336

A Clerkenwell Tour of Fifty Years Ago, by T.E. White 340

Volume 10/4 (Autumn 1977)

Beeching/Ashburnam, a Georgian Dial With Edwardian Scenic Engravings, by John H. Combridge 428

Notes on the Bliss and Creighton Chronometer Patent, by Thomas L. De Fazio 439

Some Scottish Longcases, by Felix Hudson 447

An Electric Turret Clock by Shepherd, by A. Mitchell and D.F. Nettell 460

Noon Mark Sundial in Malta, by Louise Wilmot 464

Watchmaking in Coventry, by Peter Searby 465

Volume 10/5 (Winter 1977)

Could It Have Been Wren? by Larry L. Fabian 550

Two Historic Clocks in Mexico, by G. Spencer 571

A Fuss Around a Fusee, by Hedley G. Martin 573

Documents Illustrative of the History of English Horology 1 – Two Letters Addressed to Thomas Mudge, by A.J. Turner and A.C.H. Crisford 580

Regulator by Samuel Thorpe, Abberley, by K.J.C. Macmaster 583

Captain Inglefields Watch, by Terence Cuss 586

The Timekeepers of Counsellor Husgen, by H.J. Antweiler 589

Volume 10/6 (Spring 1978)

Edward John Dent, by Vaudrey Mercer 595

An “Improved” Clock, by W. Opperman 603

The Turret Clock of Wherstead Hall Suffolk, by Leonard F. Miller 684

Escapement Errors, by J.D. Weaver 688

Pierre Frederick Ingold and the British Watch and Clock Making Company, by R.F. and R.W. Carrington 698

Some Observations on the Timekeepers of Thomas Mudge, by Beresford Hutchinson 715

Conversion to Anchor Escapement 720

Catalan Clocks and Clockmakers to the End of Middle Ages, by Jeanne Vielliard, translated by Charles K. Aked 722

A Tuneable Set of Chimes, by J.R. Nichols 728

Volume 10/7 (Summer 1978)

The Clocks of Waddesdon Manor, by F.A.B. Ward 804

Turret Clocks in Malta, by R.H. De Burgh Wilmot 816

Clock Dials on a 15th Century Country Estate, and Other Burgundian Clocks, by S.E. Holbrook 819

Clocks at the Country House Museums of Temple Newsum House and Lotherton Hall near Leeds, by David Barker 828

The Technique of Photographing Watches, by Anthony Randall 835

Ebenezer Henderson and the Liverpool Observatory, by Herman H. Knie 843

Volume 11

Volume 11/1 (Autumn 1978)

Theft of Antique Clocks, by T. Lee 28

The Thirty Hour Key Wound Longcase Clock, by J. Hartley 30

An Early Mystery Clock, by J.D. Metcalfe 36

The Clockmakers of Battle, by E.J. Tyler 39

Constant Force Escapements and an Escapement Remontoire, by A.G. Randall 46

The Watches of the Victoria and Albert Museum, by F.A.B. Ward 61

Two Plane Turret Clock Escapements by William Leeson, by D.F. Nettell and B.E. Sparks 79

Volume 11/2 (Winter 1978)

A Short History of the Antiquarian Horological Society, by C. B. Drover 144

Early Pendulum Clocks, by R.A. Lee 146

Volume 31/2 (December 2008)

Turret Clocks, by D.F. Nettell 162

Watches Prior to 1750, by F. Wadsworth 180

British Clocks, 1700–1900, by A.A. Treherne 184

The Pocket Watch by C. Clutton 206

Volume 11/3 (Spring 1979)

An Aid to the Depth of Field Determination in Horological Photography, by T.T. Walters 280

The Adoption of Standard Time, by Alun C. Davies 284

The Christian Kintzing Turret Clock at Dierdorf, by E.J. Tyler 290

Sand-Glasses of the Historiches Uhren Museum, Wuppertal, by J.R.A. Aked 293

Volume 11/4 (Summer 1979)

The St Albans Clock, by E. Watson 372

The Clandon “Cockleshell”, by T.O. Robinson 385

Clock Illustrations in the Sir Thomas Moore Exhibition, by F.A.B. Ward 386

The Thirty Hour Key Wound Longcase Clock 389

George Graham Regulator, by A.B. Partridge 390

Two Turret Clocks With Spring Remontoires, by D.F. Nettell 394

Craftsmen in Leeds – 1838, by D. Barker 407

Volume 11/5 (Autumn 1979)

Why Barrow? by Cecil Clutton 480

An Early Pocket Sundial Illustrated in Art, by F.A.B. Ward 484

The 13th Century “King Hezekiah” Water Clock, by Andre Wegener Sleeswyk 488

The 19th Century Watchmans Clock, by A.A.L. Thomas 496

The Clocks in Westminster Abbey, by L.E. Tanner 508

Volume 11/6 (Winter 1979)

The St Albans Clock, by E. Watson 576

Andrew Dickie and Others, Clock and Watchmakers, by M. Norgate 586

Accuracy in Repeating Work, by W.W. Wilkes 603

Clocktower Millenary Reflections, by J.H. Combridge 604

William Hardy’s Regulator, by A.J. Turner 615

The Fly in the Grimthorpe Gravity Escapement, by H. Wallman 628

Volume 12

Volume 12/1 (Spring 1980)

George Daniels 28

The Independent Jumping Seconds Mechanism of Jean Pouzait, by Joachim Mauss 30

Louis XIV “Oignons” III Unusual Examples, by Adolphe Chapiro (translated by C. Allix) 38

A New Look at the Dating of Early English Clocks, by C.N. Ponsford and J.G.M. Scott 52

Pocket Chronometer Movement No. 1847 by Breguet, by Kurt J. Egli (translated by E.J. Tyler) 70

George Booth, Aberdeen, c.1800, by Felix Hudson 78

Volume 12/2 (Summer 1980)

The Foliot and the Natural Day, by H.G. Hammond 154

Edward Aldridge of Deal, by M.J.D. Ward 158

The 13th Century “King Hezekiah” Water Clock, by C.B. Drover 160

Chronometer Escapements, by R. Mathews 170

A 15th Century Italian “Clockmakers Workshop”, by F.A.B. Ward 172

The St Albans Clock, Addendum 174

Percy Webster, by Percy G. Dawson 175

The Fly in the Grimthorpe Escapement, by D.F. Nettell And G.H. Williams 178

Further Thought on Grimthorpe’s Fly, by A.W. Heldman 183

Huygens, the Secret in the Coster Fromanteel “Contract”, the Thirty Hour Clock, by R.D. Dobson 193

A Precision Clock by Josiah Emery, by J.L. Evans 197

Scientific Notes, a Musical Time Beater, by A.C. Brewer 201

Volume 12/3 (Autumn 1980)

Disputes Between Masters and their Workmen, by G.B. Hodgetts 268

The Use of the Ultra-Violet Lamp in Painted Dial Restoration, by M. F. Tennant

Visit to a Clerkenwell Clock Factory 274

The Froxfield Clock, by P.A. Meecham and D.F. Nettell 281

The Rise and Decline of Chronometer Manufacturing, by A.C. Davies 285

The 13th Century “King Hezekiah” Water Clock: Addenda, by J. H. Combridge 300

A New Look at the Dating of Early English Clocks, by D.F. Nettell 301

Sundials at Hever Castle, by F.A.B. Ward And D. Vaughan 307

Eclipses and the St Albans Clock, by J.R. Millburn 313

Volume 12/4 (Winter 1980)

Longcase Engraved Dials. Mid-Scotland, by F. Hudson 392

Martin Matthews, Watch Case Maker, by J. Finch 410

George Newton, Blacksmith Turned Clockmaker of Seend, Wiltshire, by C. Thomas 420

Sully, Verlinden and Others, by C. Allix 428

Clocks and Bells, by D.F. Nettell 435

Burgi and the Pendulum Controlled Escapement, by M.J.L. Kesteven 441

Huygens, Coster and Fromanteel, Some Secrets Remain, by E.H. Glasius 442

Hands, by F. Hudson 443

Volume 12/5 (Spring 1981)

Watch Stands, by Eric Street 504

The Penningtons and their Balances, by Vaudrey Mercer 514

A Gravity Clock by Cope and Molyneux, by T.A. Camerer Cuss 524

Film: British Clocks 525

Wells and Salisbury, by C.N. Ponsford and J.G.M. Scott 528

Chinese Steelyard Clepsydras, by John H. Combridge 530

Some Dating Features for Turret Clocks, by J.G.M. Scott 536

George Newton, by C. Thomas 538

Hands 540

Further Fussing About the Fusee, by J.D. Weaver 542

Volume 12/6 (June 1981)

Verge Watch Movements in Wood Cases, by Percy G. Dawson 604

A Tompion Watch Dug Up on the South Downs in 1977, by W.A. van Aken 609

The Suspended Foliot and New Light on Early Pendulum Clocks, by Ernest L. Edwardes 614

Mudge Milestones, Watch Dates, by Charles Allix 627

AHS Tour Holland 1980, by C.K. Aked 635

Volume 13

Volume 13/1 (September 1981)

Equation Clocks, by J. Wenzel 24

The Penningtons and Their Balances 44

A Select Clock, by J.S. Reid 45

The Matthew the Miller Clock at the Parish Church of St Mary Steps, Exeter, by C.N. Ponsford 52

Some Notes on La Vallee and L.B. Audemars, by T.A. Camerer Cuss 67

Watch Movement Making in Prescot, by R. Kemp 77

John Poole’s Balances, by Vaudrey Mercer 82

Volume 13/2 (December 1981)

The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers 140

Mudge Milestones, by A.F. Cliborne 144

Josiah Emery and John Leroux, by Cecil Clutton 146

John Arnold, by Cecil Clutton 148

Thomas Mudge the Complete Horologist, by George Daniels 150

Thomas Earnshaw, by Vaudrey Mercer 175

Watch by Thomas Mudge No. 574 178

William Oughtred, by C.K. Aked 192

Volume 13/3 (March 1982)

The Evolution of European Domestic Clocks, by F.A.B. Ward 248

Export of Clocks from Leith, by Gibb and Hudson 268

The Development of the Pendulum Clock, by R.D. Dobson 270

Two Mid-Scotland Longcase Dials, by G. Cumming 282

A Most Interesting Clock, by K.H. Whay 290

French Clockmakers at Nonsuch, by C.N. Ponsford 294

Volume 13/4 (June 1982)

Defining a Musical Clock, by A.W.J.G. Ord-Hume 340

Lichfield Clock, by J. Orange 359

A Miniature Lantern Alarm Timepiece, by C. Thomas 366

Horology and the Adams Family, by J.R. Millburn 368

Early Pendulum Clocks: Addendum, by E.L. Edwardes 381

The Hazards of an Early Luminous Watch, by E. Street 383

A Viennese 1/4 Striking Mechanism, by J. Hannah 386

Pearson’s Water Clock, by A.J. Turner 388

Volume 13/5 (September 1982)

Repatriated English Clocks, by Percy G. Dawson 434

James Ferguson’s Star Plate, by J.S. Reid 438

Charles Babbage and the Invention of Workmen’s Time Recorders, by A.G. Bromley 442

C15th Chamber Clock, by B.R. Hammond 450

Mudge’s Fourth Timekeeper, by C.N. Ponsford 453

Pitt’s Clock and Watch Tax, by A. Burchall 454

Tompion–Quare Collaboration, by G. Boney 462

C16th Clock Illustration, by F.A.B. Ward 467

Unusual Differentials in Renaissance Clockwork, by H.B.J. Karlsen and Graham White 469

Volume 13/6 (December 1982)

The First White Dial Longcase Clocks and their Cases, 1772–1773, by S.E. Stuart 534

Three Late Georgian Painted Dials, by F. Hudson 551

The Massey Watch Escapement, by R. Kemp 558

Louis Berthoud, by C. Clutton 565

French Turret Clocks, by C.G. McKay 568

Musee National De La Renaissance d’Ecouen, by C.K. Aked 572

George Adams Copernicum Sphere, by J.R. Millburn 582

Differentials in Renaissance Clockwork, by H.B. Karlsen 582

Early Pendulum Clocks, by H.E. Glasius 564

Horological Collection at Ecouen, by A. Chapiro 583

Volume 14

Volume 14/1 (March 1983)

Brass Spandrels, by F. Hudson 26

The Hartnup Balance, by R.W. Smith 39

Clocks Seen on the AHS Tour of France 1982, by P. Tuck 46

Gould or Knibb? by D. Nettell and K. Stocker 59

A 16th-Century Astronomical Table Clock, by H. Karlsen 63

A Split-Second Chronometer by C. Frodsham, by J. Mauss 76

Volume 14/2 (June 1983)

James Wilson, Clockmaker of Belfast, by W.A. Seaby 133

The Pulse Watch, by J.H.F. Wadsworth 156

Lord Grimthorpe and His Experimental Regulator, by J. Martin and D. Roberts 157

Musical Clocks, by A.W. Ord-Hume 171

Electrical Precision, by C.K. Aked 172

Volume 14/3 (September 1983)

The Fromanteels and the Pendulum Clock, by E.L. Edwardes and R.D. Dobson 250

Benjamin Gray and the Vulliamys, by Vaudrey Mercer 266

The London Background of George Graham, by J.B. Penfold 272

Pendleton et al, by F.A. Mercer 281

Three Chronometers Made in London, by F. Hudson 288

More About Watchstands, by E. Street 298

Ticehurst Church Clock, by E.J. Tyler 304

Volume 14/4 (December 1983)

William Dutton London, by F. Hudson 356

Lepine, Breguet and the Origins of the Lever Escapement in France, by Adolphe Chapiro 369

Worshipful Company of Clockmakers 404

Three Chronometers Made in London, Addenda 405

The Jumps and their Sectors, by V. Mercer 406

Volume 14/5 (March 1984)

Some Historic Earnshaw Chronometers, the Work of His Pupils and One of His Rivals, by C. Wood 468

Epicycloidal Teeth; Addendum, by V. Mercer 485

An Interior Church Clock Dial in Haarlem, by F. Ward 486

Clock Dating, by M. Norgate 489

The History of a John Roger Arnold Pocket Chronometer No. 2183, by J. Geisow 498

Origins of the Lever Escapement in France; Addendum, by C. Clutton 501

The Other “Dutch” Englishman, by J. Bailey 503

Volume 14/6 (June 1984)

David Smyth Torrens, by A.C. Davies 564

The Numbering of Tompion’s Watches, Series and System, by J. Evans 585

A Watchmaker Unmasked, by L.J. Pigott 598

Ferguson’s Astronomical Clock, Astrolabes and Stereographic Projections, by M. Kesteven 602

An Early Pocket Chronometer by Thomas Earnshaw, Signed Robert Tomlin, by A.G. Randall 609

Lepine, Breguet and the Lever Escapement, by A. Chapiro 616

Volume 15

Volume 15/1 (September 1984)

Andrew Dunlop, C.C. 1701–32, by A.M.T. Maxwell-Irving 36

The Iron and Steel Available to the Horological Masters of the Past, by L. Paton 47

Thomas Mudge, London Roman Striking Bracket Clock circa 1770, by F. Hudson 53

Volume 15/2 (December 1984)

The Lord Harris; Obituary 124

A Neat Clockcase Ornamented, by S.E. Stuart 125

Thomas William Yates of Preston, by R. Carrington And R. Kemp 144

A Rare Complicated Watch by Piguet, by R. Good 147

An Apprentice in 1910 160

An Interior Church Clock Dial in Haarlem, by L. Van Lambalgen 161

Londini Fake It? by M.J. Farey 165

Volume 15/3 (March 1985)

Clocks in the Paintings of Titian, by F. Ward 224

The Noctuary or Watchmans Clock, by A. Burchall 231

Three Edinburgh Makers, by F. Hudson 253

Galileo Galilei and Christiaan Huygens, by R. Dobson 261

Volume 15/4 (June 1985)

A Conjectural Reconstruction of the Perpignan Clock of 1356, by H.E Rose 330

1984 AHS Tour of Vienna, by C.K. Aked 355

The Noctuary, Addendum, by A. Burchall 362

A Mechanical Clock for a Medieval Quarry, by G.C. del Vecchio 368

A Birdcage Clock at Norrington Court, by M. Snell and W. Backinsell 370

Galileo Galilei and Christiaan Huygens, Addendum, by M.F. Ball 373

The Rack Lever Watch, Today’s Survivals, by R. Kemp 375

Volume 15/5 (September 1985)

John Smith, Pittenweem, by Felix Hudson 440

Measurements of the Quality Factor of the Pendulums of Four Clocks by John Harrison, by D.A. Bateman and K. James 479

The Noctuary, Addendum 490

The Perpignan Clock Continued, by H.E. Rose 491

Galileo – Huygens, Addendum 509

Isaiah Lukens, by B.R. Forman 411

Volume 15/6 (December 1985)

A Watch from HMS Pandora, by J. Carpenter, L. Pigott and H. Whitewell 560

Kater’s Escapement, by P. Woodward 573

William Monk Turret Clocks, by M. Snell 583

Duo In Uno, by R. Simpson 602

An Early-18th Century Watchmakers Notebook, by A. Smith 605

Volume 16

Volume 16/1 (March 1986)

Who Was I.W., by M.J. Lee 28

Effects of the Gravitational Attractions of the Sun and Moon on the Period of a Pendulum, by P.H. Boucheron 53

The Rack Lever Watch, Addendum, by G.C. Crabtree 71

Captain Kater’s Escapement, Addenda, by K. James 72

Volume 16/2 (June 1986)

Robert Foulkes 120

Henry Hindley of York, by J.H. Ellis 121

The Limiting Stability of Pendulums, by M.K. Hobden 132

A Breguet Puzzle, by N.A. Dean. 135

An Early Renaissance Stone Polyhedral Sundial, by G.S. White 139

Regulating Working Hours and Timekeeping in the Middle Ages, by G.D. van Rossum 145

Ferdinand Berthoud, by A.G. Randall 149

Early Jewel Holes, by G. Ahrens, translated by E.J. Tyler 173

Volume 16/3 (September 1986)

A Sun Moon and Tidal Dial, by Rene R.J. Rohr, translated by A.R. Somerville 227

The Sundials of John Bonar, Schoolmaster of Ayr, by A.R. Somerville 233

The Deacon Family of Leicestershire Clockmakers – Part I, by P.A. Hewitt 255

Three Clocks in the Ridgeway Parish, by D.F. Nettell 263

Netherlands Tour 1986 267

Basque Horology, by Charles K. Aked 275

Volume 16/4 (December 1986)

The Deacon Family of Leicestershire Clockmakers – Part II, by P.A. Hewitt 339

Pue’s Occurences, by David Penney 368

Horology Under the Hammer (Auction Review 1985–1986), by R.J. Law 372

A Pre-Balance Spring Horizontal Table Clock by Robert Grinkin of London, by Richard Good 381

A Watch in the Tradition of Pierre Le Roy’s “La Petite Ronde”, by Cecil Clutton 386

The “Doctor’s” Stop Watch, by A.M. Baldwin 389

A True Perspective of Perpignan 1356, by Charles K. Aked 392

300 Years of Fine English Clock and Watchmaking, by Charles K. Aked 406

Volume 16/5 (March 1987)

The Pulsynetic System and its Place in the History of Electric Clocks, by D.J. Bird 467

Longcase Clocks of a Distinctive Design, by Percy G. Dawson 479

The Name Engraved Upon a Watch Plate, by David Penney 491

Watches Seen on the 1986 Tour of Holland, by Paul Tuck 494

How to Prepare an Article, by David Penney 498

A Verge Watch with Alarm and Passing Strike by Issac Simmes, London, by David Thompson 499

John Roger Arnold No. 573, by “Colbert” 507

Golay Fils and Stahl, Sunrise and Sunset Watch No. 28432. Addendum, by David Aubert, translated by A.G. Randall 510

Volume 16/6 (June 1987)

Joseph and Thomas Windmills, by J.A. Neale 573

William Howells Watchmaker, Part 1, by David Penney and Valerie Finch 585

Davis Mell, Musician and Clockmaker and an Analysis of the Clockmaking Trade in 17th Century London, by Maria And Pedro Fernandez 602

The Deacon Family of Leicestershire Clockmakers, Addendum, by P.A. Hewitt 618

The Pulsynetic System and its Place in the History of Electric Clocks, Part 2, by D.J. Bird. 621

Stem Regulating Perfect Keyless, by Leonard Paller 630

Volume 17

Volume 17/1 (Autumn 1987)

Clocks in the Greenwich List of Observatories, by Derek Howse 30

Joseph Ellicott; Master Clockmaker, by Richard Mones and Richard W.S. Jones 39

The Pulsynetic System and its Place in the History of Electric Clocks, Final Part, by D.J. Bird 56

The ‘Doctors’ Watch, an Addendum, by Johan Wenzel 67

Who Was Harry Callowe? by Guy Boney 69

A Bill of John Ellicott’s for Turret Clock Repairs, by John R. Millburn 77

Volume 17/2 (Winter 1987)

William Bond Astronomical Regulator No. 395, by R.J. Griffiths 137

A Compteur Militaire Pocket Watch, by Joachim Mauss 145

The Discontented Pendulum, an Ephemeral Tale, by David Penney 164

The Clock Driven Celestial Globes of Qimei-Lu and Others, by John H. Combridge 165

The Later Fromanteels, by Percy Dawson 175

A Chronometer/Chronograph, by Leonard Paller 179

The Shelton Clock at Kodaikanal, by R.K. Kochhar 181

Volume 17/3 (Spring 1998)

The French Republican Calendar, by Geoffrey Wilson 249

A Joseph Knibb Longcase Clock With Early Anchor Escapement, by Christopher Greenwood 259

Horology Under the Hammer. (Auction Review 1986–87), by R.J. Law. 274

Watch Making on the Naugatuck 281

Treatise on Marine Timekeepers, by Charles K. Aked 282

AHS Welsh Tour 1987, Some Outstanding Items, by Paul Tuck 291

Volume 17/4 (Summer 1998)

Wrist Watches 1910–1920 (an Introductory Study), by Dennis Harris 357

Thomas Earnshaw’s Numbering Sequence, by A.G. Randall 367

A Lathe for Watchmaking (the Development of the Swiss Automatic Lathe), by D.H. Bacon 382

Winding Indicators, by A.M. Baldwin 395

Volume 17/5 (Autumn 1988)

The Cuckoo Clocks of Johann Baptiste Beha, by Wilhelm Scneider 455

Julien Le Roy’s Improved Horizontal Sundial, by A.J. Turner 463

The Business Records of Turner And Birch, 1834–1920, by Alun C. Davies 478

The English Remontoire Escapement Regulator, by Christopher Wood 483

An Early Lever Escapement, by Charles K. Aked 491

Volume 17/6 (Winter 1988)

More Tilting at Windmills, by J.A. Neale 563

Three Letters from George Graham, by Charles K. Aked 597

An Unusual Chronometer Timepiece Attributed to John Roger Arnold, by Geoffrey C. Crabtree 606

Barraud and Lund 2/847 (a Detective Story), by Leonard Paller 608

Charles Goode – C.W. (an Enigma), by Paul Tuck 610

Volume 18

Volume 18/1 (Spring 1989)

The Clocks of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, by D.R. Parr 35

A Documented Tompion Watch, by Tom Robinson 67

Hampton Court Palace Clock, by Helge B.J. Karlsen 72

Three Letters from George Graham (a Postscript), by Charles K. Aked 78

An Unusual Grande Sonnerie Movement, by John Winterton 79

Volume 18/2 (Summer 1989)

The Technology of John Harrison’s Portable Time Keepers, Part 1, by A.G. Randall. 145

The Universal Sundials of Jacques Orzanam, by Rene R.J. Rohr (translated by A.R. Somerville) 171

A Presentation Watch, by Geoffrey C. Crabtree 178

Fine Examples of Antiquarian Horology Seen During the Scottish Tour, 1988, by Paul Tuck 181

Volume 18/3 (Autumn 1989)

The Technology of John Harrison’s Portable Timekeepers, Final Part, by A.G. Randall 261

Battle Church Clock, by E.J. Tyler 287

An Unusual Communication, by Leonard Paller 296

Joseph Preston and Sons, by Charles K. Aked 298

English Grande Sonnerie Clocks; an Inventory, by John Winterton 307

Volume 18/4 (Winter 1989)

A Medieval Catalan Clepsydra and Carillon, by Eduard Farre-Olive 371

The Shanghai Time Ball Of 1884, by John H. Combridge 381

Old and New Technology in Watchmaking in Coventry, 1850–1920, by Alun C. Davies 397

The Graham Clock of Uppsala University, by G. Pipping. 411

Petition of Edinburgh Watchmakers to Parliament, 1797–1798 (a Guid Gangin’ Plea), by Donald Whyte 417

Royal Geographical Society No. 5, by Don Levison 423

Volume 18/5 (Spring 1990)

Early Mechanical Horology in Italy, by Giuseppe Brusa 485

A Bentley and Beck Dead Beat Verge Watch, by D.A.K. Redman 526

A Deacon Musical Clock, by B. Corbishley 529

Volume 18/6 (Summer 1990)

William Hardy and His Spring Pallet Regulators, by Charles Allix 607

Observations of the Antikythera Mechanism, by Allan G. Bromley. 641

The Earliest Photograph of a Wristwatch? by David J. Boullin 653

Volume 19

Volume 19/1 (Autumn 1990)

The Deal Time Ball, by Charles F.C. Beresford and John H. Combridge 33

The British Watch and Clockmaking Company (Some Further Notes), by R.F. Carrington 44

Richard Hornby, Watch and Chronometer Manufacturer of Liverpool, by A.C. Purcell 57

Chronological Equilibrium (a Mysterious Clock Made by J. and A. McNab Of Perth No. 102), by Felix Hudson 68

More on Robert Gardner, by Charles Aked 71

Volume 19/2 (Winter 1990)

Seasonal-Hour Sundials, by Allan A. Mills 147

An Early Quarter Chiming Thirty Hour Clock, by Tom Robinson 188

Robert Gardner, an Addendum, by Charles K. Aked 190

Design Analysis of a William Hardy Regulator Spring Detent, by Leslie Paton 193

Samuel Carpenter Watch Escapement, by Henry B. Fried 202

Volume 19/3 (Spring 1991)

Hamilton Marine Chronometer No. 503, by A.G. Randall 261

The Oldest Zaanse Klok, by H.E. Glasins 271

The 13th Century King Hezekiah Water Clock; Further Addenda, by John H. Combridge 290

A Short Epistle to the Longitudinarians, by Charles K. Aked 292

English Grande Sonnerie Clocks; a Classification, by John Winterton 301

Inland Longcase Clocks With a Moon and Tidal Dial; an Investigation, by P.A. Hewitt 309

Volume 19/4 (Summer 1991)

Clocks for the Emperor, by Allen H. Weaving 367

Some Early 19th Century Workmen, by Francis Wadsworth 401

The Painted Dial in Ireland, by M.F. Tennant 413

A Few 18th Century Liverpool/Prescot Area Toolmakers, by Ted Crom 419

Volume 19/5 (Autumn 1991)

History of the Horological Collections in Dresd, by J. Schardin 493

A Half-Hour Repeating Carriage Clock, by M.P. Fernandez And P.C. Fernandez 522

A Pre-1750 Minute Repeating Watch, by Arndt Simon 525

An Epicyclic Equation Gear Dated 1711, by G. White 531

A Musical Longcase Clock by John Bicknill, Cirencester, by George Hornby 539

Volume 19/6 (Winter 1991)

E.T. Cottingham, F.R.A.S., by Dennis Jones 593

The Clocks of St Andrew’s Church, Hornchurch, Essex, by E.J. Tyler 617

Vulliamy Clock Numbering; a Dated Series, by Roger Smith 620

Bradeley’s Primary and Secondary Patent Electric Clocks 626

Researching Turret Clock History, by Alun C. Davies 628

Volume 20

Volume 20/1 (Spring 1992)

Clock and Watchmaking in Leicestershire and Rutland 1680–1900, by P.A. Hewitt 31

A Visit to Vulliamy’s Premises on 7th September,1786, by Beresford Hutchinson 66

A Visit to the Clock Factory of Messrs John Moore and Sons, Clerkenwell-Close, London, by Dennis Harris 69

The Accuracy of the Foliot, by W. Houtkooper (translated by E.J. Tyler) 74

Volume 20/2 (Summer 1992)

Issac Newton’s Sundials, by Allan A. Mills 126

Shedding Light on the Longcase White Dial, by John Ballinger 154

Harry Callowe; a Sequel, by Guy Boney 156

Perrault’s Hydraulic Clock, by Charles K. Aked 161

Volume 20/3 (Autumn 1992)

Berthoud in England, Harrison in France: the Transmission of Horological Knowledge in 18th Century Europe, by A.J. Turner 219

American Section London Tour, Part 1, by Paul Middents 252

Starting Up a Watchmaking Business: James Richie of Edinburgh, 1809–1812, by Alun C. Davies 260

Volume 20/4 (Winter 1992)

What’s Wrong With Hardy’s Escapement? A Re-Appraisal, by Christopher Wood 315

The Fascination of a Free Pendulum 338

The Case of William Jacques (William Jacques, CC, Watch Case Maker), by A.J. Neale 340

American Section London Tour, 1991 (concluded) 356

Volume 20/5 (Spring 1993)

Paul Garnier Revisited, by Charles Allix 411

Some Notes on the Medieval Clock in Salisbury Cathedral, Michael Maltin 438

John Smith Pittenweem, 1770–1814, Part 2, Felix Hudson 443

Precise Ratio Epicyclic Gears by Onesiphore Pecquer, by G. White 446

Volume 20/6 (Summer 1993)

The Coventry Watch Movement Manufacturing Company Limited, by D.H. Bacon 502

Clockmaking in York: an Overview, by John R.M. Setchell 534

Paul Garnier’s Engine Counter, by Christopher Hurrion 541

The Two Clocks in Orleton Parish Church, by Graham Hodgetts 547

Volume 21

Volume 21/1 (Autumn 1993)

Christiaan Huygens, the Royal Society and Horology, by J.H. Leopold 37

The Astronomers Royal and the Problem of Longitude, by Derek Howse 43

John Harrison Copley Medallist, by Andrew King 52

The Eighteenth-Century Transit of Venus, the Voyages of Captain James Cook and the Early Development of the Marine Chronometer, by Jonathan Betts 60

The Pit and the Pendulum: G.B. Airy and the Determination of Gravity, by Allan Chapman 70

Volume 21/2 (Winter 1993)

Vulliamy Musical Clocks for the Turkish Market, the Benhacok Clocks, by Roger Smith and David Thompson 118

A Minute-Repeating Watch Circa 1715. Friedberg’s Ingenuity in a Biased Market, by Sebastian Whitestone 145

Horology Under the Hammer. Auction Review 1992–93, Part 1 – Watches, by Paul Tuck 158

Volume 21/3 (Spring 1994)

Early Lancashire Watch Fusee Engines (Part 1), by P.H.J. Baker 215

A Mid-Eighteenth-Century Alarm by Gray and Vulliamy, by Charles Allix 241

Horology and Navigation: the Chronometers on Vancouver’s Expedition, 1791–95, by Alun C. Davies 244

Early Astronomical Watches, by George Foster 256

Volume 21/4 (Summer 1994)

Early Lancashire Watch Fusee Engines (Part 2), by P.H.J. Baker 315

Horology Under the Hammer, Auction Review 1993, Part 2 – Clocks, by Paul Tuck 335

An Examination of the Cases of Two Tompion Year Equation Clocks, by Tom Robinson 342

The Planet Watchers of Greenwich, from Household Words, a Weekly Journal Conducted by Charles Dickens 350

The Art of Time at Harvard: Museum Exhibitions at the Longitude Symposium, 1993, by Alun C. Davies 352

Volume 21/5 (Autumn 1994)

The “Robert the Bruce Watch”, by David Thompson 407

Vulliamy Clock Numbering a Postscript, by Roger Smith 427

John Smith Pittenweem, 1770–1814, Final Part, by Felix Hudson 430

Who Was Charles Shepherd? by F.G. Shenton 438

Restoration of the “Gros Horloge” at Rouen in 1889, by A.J. Turner 446

Volume 21/6 (Winter 1994)

Watchmaking in Wales, Part 1, by D.H. Bacon 495

Charles Shepherd’s Electric Clocks, by Denys Vaughan 519

Notes on Toy Watches, by Simon Bendall 531

Clocks in the Greenwich List of Observatories Amendment List No. 1, by Derek Howse 536

A Perpetual Almanack, by Charles Aked 540

Volume 22

Volume 22/1 (Spring 1995)

Early Musical Clocks, by J.J.L. Haspels 23

Horology Under the Hammer – Watches at Auction, 1993–1994, by Paul Tuck 50

Watchmaking in Wales, Part 2, by D.H. Bacon 58

Vulliamy Musical Clocks, by Roger Smith and David Thompson 66

Volume 22/2 (Summer 1995)

Frank Hope-Jones and George Bennett Bowell – a Study of the Period 1895–1905, by J.S. Cowsill 118

List of Lists, by Francis Wadsworth 130

Water-Driven Clocks, by Allan A. Mills 136

The Meandering Microcosm, by John R. Millburn 160

Thomas Yeates Revisited, by Albert Odmark 162

A Wall Alarm Clock by James Woolley of Codnor, by Jeff Darken 164

Volume 22/3 (Autumn 1995)

Two Henry Hindleys in Greater Manchester, by Edmund Davies 166

A Very Important Chapter Added to the History of the Self-Winding Watch, by Joseph Flores 214

Two Vulliamy Watches With Royal Associations, by David Thompson and Roger Smith 230

Picture Gallery: 30-Hour Clock by Humphrey Marsh Of Highworth 248

Hourglasses on Some English and Scottish Tombstones, by David J. Boullin and Anne Nairn-Clark 252

John Joyne, Secret Agent, by Ivan Slee 254

Volume 22/4 (Winter 1995)

Horology Under the Hammer, by Paul Tuck 302

The Kessels Sidereal Clock, by Christopher Wood 312

The Fruit and Flowers of James Wilson, by M.H. Tennant 320

Picture Gallery: Paton’s Plate 339

Optional Extras, Henry Hindley of York, by J.R. Melvin 344

Volume 22/5 (Spring 1996)

Josiah Emery, Watchmaker of Charing Cross, by Jonathan Betts 394

The Meath-Bowell Constant Force Electrically Maintained Clock, by Richard Good 402

The Marine Chronometers in the Collection of the Mariners Museum, by Willem F.J. Morzer Bruyns and Jeanne Willoz-Egnor 409

The Accurate Compensation of Graham’s Mercurial Pendulum, by A.D. Stewart 416

The Planet Watchers of Greenwich, by Graham Hodgetts 436

A Knibb Conundrum, by Ron Kirkpatrick 438

Thomas Tompion No. 300, by John Winterton 440

George Graham and Two Manchester Men, by Edmund Davies 442

Volume 22/6 (Summer 1996)

The Third Seafaring Nation: The Introduction of the Marine Chronometer in the Netherlands, by J.H. Leopold 486

Horology Under the Hammer: Watches at Auction, Part 1, by Paul Tuck 501

Josiah Emery: Part 2, Precision Pioneer, by Jonathan Betts 510

An Articulated Rack, by Tim Branfield 541

A Mystery Timer, by John A. Robey 542

The Hourglass and Trade Symbols on Scottish Tombstones, Further Notes, by John M.T. Howat and Trudie E. Roberts 544

Volume 23

Volume 23/1 (Autumn 1996)

Josiah Emery: Part 3, the Lever Escapement, by Jonathan Betts 26

Horology Under the Hammer: Watches at Auction, Part 2, by Paul Tuck 45

Horology and Acts of Parliament, by G.H. Sykes 67

Pin Countwheels, by John A. Robey 71

Volume 23/2 (Winter 1996)

Watch Production in English Factories, 1870–1930, by D.H. Bacon 117

Josiah Emery: Part 4, the Surviving Lever Watches, by Jonathan Betts 134

E. Pitcher & Co. (1880–1973), by Harvey Pitcher 151

Manton’s ‘In Vacuo’ Chronometers, by Christopher Wood 165

Trade Symbols on a Scottish Tombstone, by Paul H.J. Baker 168

Fire at Thwaites, by Roger Smith 172

Watch Statistics, by Chris McKay 172

Volume 23/3 (Spring 1997)

Josiah Emery: Part 5, the Late Marine Timekeepers, by Jonathan Betts 216

James Murray, Horologist of Distinction: London and Calcutta, by Geoffrey C. Crabtree 233

The Performance of a Victorian Dead-Beat Regulator by Richard Webster, by A.D. Stewart 241

Picture Gallery: Monument to Henry Jones in St Dunstans in the West 257

Experts and Collectors, by John Plowman 260

Volume 23/4 (Summer 1997)

The Watches of Ellicotts of London: Part 1, by David Thompson 306

British Railway Clocks II. The South Eastern and Chatham Railway and Constituent Companies, by D.R. Parr 322

Some Account of Liverpool Watch Case Makers, 1785–1798, by D.S. Moore and P.T. Priestley 341

Volume 23/5 (Autumn 1997)

Clockmaking in Medieval Prague, by Jaroslav Folta 405

Horology Under the Hammer: Clocks at Auction, by Paul Tuck 418

The Watches of Ellicotts of London: Part 2, by David Thompson 429

Volume 23/6 (Winter 1997)

Corrigendum: Medieval Clockmaking in Prague 507

The Marine Chronometers of the Baudin Expedition to Australia, by Hilary King 508

Louise Berthoud and the Finding of Longitude at Sea, by Jean-Claude Sabrier 522

James Foggo: Watchmaker and Radical, by Mike and Chris Helps 535

Early Automatic Wristwatches 550

Volume 24

Volume 24/1 (Spring 1998)

The Double Clocks by Daniel Quare, by Jonathan Betts 30

A New Method of Examining the Profiles of Watch Gear Teeth, by Paul H.J. Baker 36

The Transmission of Time by Wireless, by David Read 42

The Great Lantern Clock from Sutton Court, by David Evans 47

Horological and Other Items Held in the British Museum for the Society 66

Picture Gallery: Old Sundials Cigarette Cards W.D. & H.O. Wills 63

Volume 24/2 (Summer 1998)

Surviving Marine Timekeepers by Louise Berthoud, by Hilary King 119

William Bowyer Great Clock Maker, by John Hooper 122

A Proposal for the Striking Mechanism on the Wallingford Clock, by Daryl Bender 134

Watchmen’s Clocks, by Alfred Thomas 141

‘Nix’ and Old Clocks Alfred Jonathan Nixseaman (1886–1977), by David Nixseaman 147

A 30 Hour Clock by Thomas Kefford, With an Unusual Countwheel, by David Harris 149

Picture Gallery: William Cattell Longcase, 152

Picture Gallery: Richard Colston Bracket Clock 154

Volume 24/3 (Autumn 1998)

A Bell Ringer’s Clock, by Michael Grange 210

A Proposal for the Eclipse Mechanism on the Wallingford Clock, by Daryl Bender 217

Henry Harper or Harpur 1642–1708, by Selby Whittingham 225

Archibald Miller Clockmaker and the Hammermen Of Glasgow, by Trevor Waddington 229

The Determination of the Difference in Meridians of the Paris and Greenwich Observatories, by Christopher Wood 234

Countwheels With Projections and Pins, by John Robey 237

The Watches of Barwise of London, by David Thompson 240

Picture Gallery: Long Case Clock Signed by Jan Heyder Amsterdam c.1740 246

Volume 24/4 (Winter 1998)

Time and the BBC, by Geoffrey Goodship 307

Pierre Le Roy’s Watches ‘For the Use of Astronomers & Seamen’, by Jean-Claude Sabrier 315

Josiah Emery’s First Lever Watch, by Jonathan Betts 326

The ‘Tompion’ Clocks at Northill and Ickwell – a Reappraisal, by Chris Pickford 332

The Archer Family of Clockmakers, by Barnaby Smith 345

Thomas Lister’s Artificial Clockmaker, by David Barker 353

Picture Gallery: a Christmas Card from the Synchronome Factory 1911 357

Volume 24/5 (Spring 1999)

The English Watchmaker’s Mandrel, its Origins and Development Part I, by P.H.J. Baker and R.J. Law 415

The Devil Tavern Group, by Roger Smith 427

The First Steps of the Pendulum as a Timekeeper, by R.D. and R.J.C. Dobson 432

Horology Under the Hammer Watches at Auction 1996–1998, by Paul Tuck 442

Samuel Deacon’s First Clock? by W.J. Thornton 455

Picture Gallery: Bracket Clock by Francis Robinson 458

Picture Gallery: Quarter Repeating Pair-Cased Watch Signed by Tompion 460

Volume 24/6 (Summer 1999)

Rediscovering Josef Weidenheimer (1758–1795) and Clockmaking in the German-Speaking Countries, by Peter Friess 523

The English Watchmaker’s Mandrel Part II, by P.H.J. Baker and R.J. Law 539

Horological Wheel Cutting by Mechanical Means, by Jeremy Evans 551

The York Mansion House Clocks by Henry Hindley, by David Barker 556

French Morez Tower Clocks, by Charles Allix 567

Picture Gallery: Silver Cased Verge Independent Stop Watch by Daniel Delander 570

Volume 25

Volume 25/1 (September 1999)

Sun, Moon and Stars, Telling the Time With Astronomical Instruments from the British Museum, by Silke Ackermann 31

Picture Gallery: Lantern Clock Dial by Benjamin Hill 47

The Strasbourg Cathedral Clock, by Gunther Oestmann 50

Turret Clocks With Off-Set Pendulums, by David W. Durst 64

Horology Under the Hammer, 1996–1998, by David Harris 69

The Twenty-Four-Hour Striking Mechanism Described in the Richard of Wallingford Manuscript, by Kenneth J. Ming 85

Volume 25/2 (December 1999)

Scallop-Shell Marked Turret Clocks, Leonard Tennant Turret-Clock Maker and His School Part I, by Jeremy Evans 149

The Vertical Stackfreed. Mechanical Evidence and Early Eye-Witnesses, by G. Brusa and J.H. Leopold 166

John Flamsteed, Richard Towneley and the Equation Of Time, by Tony Kitto 180

A Reconstruction of the Tompion/Towneley/Flamsteed ‘Great Clocks’ At Greenwich, by Alan Smith 185

Missing Watch Case Marks 1739–1770, by Philip Priestley 191

Black Forest Wheel Cutting Engines Or Raderschneidzeug, by Theodore R. Crom 198

Picture Gallery: Astronomical Regulator by George Graham 1750; Lund’s Patent Synchronised Clock c.1880; Precision Interval Timer by William Hardy c.1825; a Bracket Clock by William Cattell c.1685 201

Volume 25/3 (March 2000)

AHS Continental Study Tour Sept 1999, by Jim Arnfield and Denys Vaughan 263

Early English Pendulum Clocks, by Michael Hurst 278

Picture Gallery: Detached Centre-Seconds Gold Watch; Rocking Bow Watch; Watch by the New York Standard Watch Co.; An Unusual System of Alarm Work 293

A Regulator For Nice Observatory in 1930, by Francois Le Guet Tully and Anthony Turner 297

Scallop-Shell Marked Turret Clocks, Leonard Tennant Turret-Clock Maker and His School Part II, by Jeremy Evans 303

Samuel Deacon ‘An Account of Myself’ Part I, by W.J. Thornton 324

Volume 25/4 (June 2000)

Scallop-Shell Marked Turret Clocks, Leonard Tennant Turret-Clock Maker and His School Part III, by Jeremy Evans 388

A Reassessment of the Clocks of John Hilderson and Other Members of the ‘East School’, by Anthony Weston 407

Horology Under the Hammer: Clocks in Auction During 1999, by David Harris 433

Notes: An Unusual Tavern Clock by John Drury, by Thomas Ellis-Rees 450

An Early Turret Clock at Beaulieu Abbey? by William Linnard 453

Picture Gallery: Illustrations Found on 19th Century Longcase Clock Dials, by Frances Tennant 454

Volume 25/5 (September 2000)

Watches in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford Part I, by David Thompson 501

Picture Gallery: a Memorial in the Frauenkirche, Munich; a Bristol Style Lantern Clock Dial; a Calendar For Life 520

Moxon’s Mechanick Exercises: Or Every Man His Own Clock-Smith, by M.T. Wright 524

Samuel Deacon ‘An Account of Myself’ Part II - the First Notebook, by W.J. Thornton 532

A Perpetual Almanack ‘Ionathan Ienins Owner Raiph Rowntre Me Fecit’, by Jeff Darken 541

A Quarter-Striking Longcase by Whitehurst of Derby No. 2830, by Tobias Birch 550

Hindley Of York: An Eight Day Long-Case Clock, by Trevor Waddington 554

Volume 25/6 (December 2000)

Tompion’s Smallest Clock Copied and Contemplated, by Sebastian Whitehouse 617

Watches in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford Part II, by David Thompson 622

William Palmer and His Electric Clock System, by Denys Vaughan 643

The McCabes Watch and Clockmakers of Ulster Part I, by David A. Bell 653

A Rare Philadelphia Longcase Clock by William Stretch With Bolt-And-Shutter Maintaining Power, by Richard A. Mones 680

Picture Gallery: An Early Provincial Eight-Day Clock; a Deck Watch/Hack Watch by Pennington London 641

Volume 26

Volume 26/1 (March 2001)

Horology Under the Hammer Watches at Auction 1998–2000, by Paul Tuck 25

Arnold 75 Revisited, by M.E. Cattermole 42

Benjamin Hill Some Further Notes, by Jeremy Evans 52

The McCabes Watch and Clockmakers of Ulster Part II, by David A. Bell 62

The Cassiobury Park and Dover Castle Turret Clocks Some Further Notes, by Ken Ming 79

Picture Gallery: Portrait Medal of Ferdinando Carli 84

Volume 26/2 (June 2001)

The Vaughans Of Pontypool a Family of Clockmakers and their Clocks, by William Linnard 137

Leicester’s Automaton Clock, by Allan A. Mills 149

George Newton Of Seend – a Recently Discovered Clock, by John Hooper 160

Thomas Tompion’s Workmens’ Clocks, by Jonathan Betts 165

A History of the Clock From Holy Trinity Church, Whitehaven, by Paul Platt 175

The Clocks of St Andrew Hubbard Eastcheap Billingsgate, by Jeremy Evans 179

Short Notes on a Clock by Hilkiah Bedford, by Jeff Darken 184

Picture Gallery: a Mid-Seventeenth Century Musical Box 188

Volume 26/3 (September 2001)

Picture Gallery: an Early Rack Lever Pocket Watch by Peter Litherland; a Musical Spring Clock by Joseph Antram 1715 242

The Brockbanks – Chronometer Makers of London Part I, by F. Von Osterhausen 244

James Harold Agar Baugh Pendulum Maker, by Alfred Thomas 257

Samuel Deacon ‘An Account of Myself’ Part III – the First Notebook, by W.J. Thornton 263

The Horologium – a Critical Review, by R.C. and R.J.C. Dobson 274

A Gold Watch for Captain Smith, by David Thompson 281

A Thirty-Hour Musical Clock by Arthur David, by John Hooper 284

Volume 26/4 (December 2001)

The Brockbanks Chronometer Makers of London Part II, by F. Von Osterhausen 355

Picture Gallery: a Mechanical Almanack by Christian Boyling; Gothic Wall Clock 1533; Domestic Iron Clocks by Erhard Liechti 1572 376

Philip Melanchton’s Watch Dated 1530, by Maia Wellington Gahtan and George Thomas 377

Black Forest Clockmakers Carriers and Retailers With United Kingdom Connections, by Paul Buck 389

Westfield’s Patent, by Paul Tuck 407

Clocks of the Church of Allhallows Staining, by Jeremy Evans 414

A Norman Carved Stone Used as a Church Clock Weight, by Graham Hodgetts 424

Volume 26/5 (March 2002)

Langley Bradley: ‘A Judicious Workman’ Part I: Historical Details and Domestic Output, by Brynn Hodgson 477

Picture Gallery: Detached English Lever Watch With Massey Escapement; Timepiece by John Drury; Open Face Chronograph by John Poole, London 1874 500

Some Early Clocks from Nuremberg, by John Leopold 505

Samuel Harlow of Ashbourne and His Longcase Movements, by John A. Robey 527

An Unusual Longcase Clock With Astronomical Dial, by Mike Cowham 546

Volume 26/6 (June 2002)

Langley Bradley: ‘A Judicious Workman’ Part II Turret Clocks, by Brynn Hodgson 611

Picture Gallery: the Selby Lowndes Tompion No. 217 626

French Clocks in American Collections, by William J. Andrewes 628

Notes: the Torado Court Cases: Robbery and Murder, by Jeremy Evans 654

The Werner Tabernacle Clock, by Thomas Ellis Rees 659

Queen Caroline’s Watch, by Clare Woodward 664

Volume 27

Volume 27/1 (September 2002)

Horological News – Daniel Parkes 1919–2002 28

Langley Bradley: ‘A Judicious Workman’ Part III: St Paul’s Cathedral, by Brynn Hodgson 35

Samuel Deacon ‘An Account of Myself’ Part IV – the First Notebook, by W.J. Thornton 52

Mainspring Makers of London And Liverpool – Some Observations and Lists, by J. Evans 63

More Mudge Milestones, by John Cheetham 90

Henry Hindley and the Lancashire Connection, by Chris Watson 94

Picture Gallery: Two Orpheus Clocks 106

Volume 27/2 (December 2002)

The Early Watchmakers of Toxteth Park Near Liverpool and the Origins of the Industry, the Aspinwalls With Notes on their Successors, by R.J. Griffiths 163

Henry Jones – Clockmaker of London. Part I of IV: His Life, by C. Stuart Kelley 179

Joseph Knibb’s First Grand Sonnerie Clock, by John C. Taylor 196

Picture Gallery: Silver Deck Watch by Charles Frodsham; Micrometer Chronograph by Nielsen; Frank Holden Electric Clock 202

Donald Hill and Arabic Water-Clocks, by A.J. Turner 206

Volume 27/3 (March 2003)

Epicyclic Gearing and the Antikythera Mechanism Part I, by M.T. Wright 270

The Completest Piece I Made – Samuel Deacon’s Musical Clock, by W.J. Thornton 280

John Holmes, a View on His Life and Work, by Chris Watson 289

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector Part I: the Early Years, by David Thompson 302

Picture Gallery: Three-Dialled Astronomical Clock by Thomas Barry 322

Note: Baker’s Patent Chronometer, by John Clifford 327

Note: the Colourful Douglas Lapraik, by Peter Hansell 331

Roll of Founder Members 333

Volume 27/4 (June 2003)

French Oignon Watches With a Central Fusee, by Adolphe Chapiro 380

Picture Gallery – the Utrecht Jacquemarts Musical Clock, John Arnold Marine Chronometer No.12 388

Was Banger Really Fired? by Guy Boney 392

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector Part II, by David Thompson 406

Note: English Keyless Winding Watches, by M. Gibbons 423

Note: the Early Background of Samuel Deacon, by W.J. Thornton 428

Volume 27/5 (September 2003)

Samuel Knibb’s Cupola Clock: Modern Techniques Aid Restoration Decisions, by Matthew King and John C. Taylor 499

William Murdock 1745–1839, by J.M. Plowman 502

John Hyancinth Magellan (1722–1790) Part 1: Horological and Scientific Agent, by Jonathan Betts 509

Henry Jones – Clockmaker of London Part II of IV: His Work, by C. Stuart Kelley 518

Picture Gallery: Sundials in Devon and Cornwall 547

Volume 27/6 (December 2003)

Picture Gallery: Lantern Clock by Samuel Stretch 608

The Kingwood Graham 612

Octavius Morgan: Horological Collector Part III, by D. Thompson 618

John Holmes (1727–97) Time For a Further Look, by C. Watson 643

John White of Coventry: Watchmaker to the Admiralty, by J. Hassell 654

Almanus Re-Examined, by J. Leopold 665

Notes: An Astronomical Journeyman Clock by John Holmes, by M. Read 673

Notes: Two Rare Books, by Jonathan Betts 677

Notes: New Books Old Books and Some Thoughts on Robert Hooke, by Jeff Darken 681

Volume 28

Volume 28/1 (March 2004)

The King, the Clock and the Blue Whale, by Maria Van Kersen-Halbertsma 32

An Examination of World Globe Clocks, by Edward Powell 37

The Lever Escapement, the Unexplained Divergence of Developments on the European Continent and in England, by Adolphe Chapiro 52

Picture Gallery: Astronomical Clock by John Naylor 73

Picture Gallery: Four-Train Musical Clock by Samuel Deacon 78

Notes: the Sundial at St Laurence’s Church, Ludlow, by Michael Page 83

Hammer Marks as a Diagnostic Method in Horology, by John Robey 85

A Lantern Clock With Three Dials, by Mike Cowham 88

The Rouse Regulator, by Simon Johnson 91

Volume 28/2 (June 2004)

Thomas Tompion’s Spring Clock Innovations, by John Taylor 153

John Hyacinth de Magellan Part 2: the Early Clocks, by Jonathan Betts 173

Picture Gallery: Jules Jurgensen Watch 184

Picture Gallery: Two Cuckoo Clocks by Johan Baptist Beha 187

Henry Jones Clockmaker of London Part III of IV: the Engraving on His Clocks, by C. Stuart Kelley 192

Notes: the Folio Turret Clock at Llanthony, by William Linnard 240

The Horological Gravestone in Lydford Parish, by Silvio Bedini 245

Volume 28/3 (September 2004)

Thomas Tompion at the Dial and Three Crowns, by Jeremy Evans 316

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector Part IV, by David Thompson 337

Mudge and Reynolds, by Sebastian Whitestone 348

The Other Turret Clock from Cassiobury, by Ken Ming 353

Picture Gallery: Thomas Starck Monstrance Clock 360

Picture Gallery: Leroy & Cie Chronostat III 365

Picture Gallery: Peter Farvarger & Cie Railway Chronograph 366

Picture Gallery: Thirty-Hour Clock Malkin-Kirby 368

Thomas Tompion’s Two Train Grande Sonnerie Mechanism, by George Daniels 370

Volume 28/4 (December 2004)

Thomas Tompion at the Dial and Three Crowns, Part II, by Jeremy Evans 437

Tompion No 145 a True Dutch Striking English Clock, by Melgert Spaander 460

The Touch of Time, Helen Keller and Her Pocket Watch, by Silvio A. Bedini 473

Notes: Repair of Worn Clock Pinions and Pivots by Laser Welding, by Brian Coles and Peter Powell 480

Henry Ireland at Ye Bell in Louthbury Fecit, by Jeff Darken and Tom Spittler 485

St Peter Port’s Town Clock, by Malcolm Savage 488

Notes on the Pendulum of the Great Westminster Clock, by John Warner 490

Picture Gallery: a Renaissance Clock Case 453

Picture Gallery: John Ellicott Longcase Regulator 456

Volume 28/5 (March 2005)

The Coster-Fromanteel Contract Re-Examined, by Frits Van Kersen 561

Some More Notes on the Coster-Fromanteel Contract, by J. Leopold 568

17th and 18th Century Clock Demand, Production and Survival – an Economical and Statistical Analysis, by Chris H.K. Williams 571

Who Invented Rack and Snail Striking? The Early Development of Repeat and Rack Striking, by John Robey 584

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector Part V, by David Thompson 602

Detailed Notes on Samuel Deacon’s Musical Clock of 1790, by Jeff Darken 619

Picture Gallery: Gold Pocket Chronometer David Morice, London 636

Picture Gallery: Half-Quarter Repeater Godfrie Poy, London 638

Picture Gallery: Victorian Strut Clock 642

Volume 28/6 (June 2005)

The Hermitage Peacock, by Yuna Zek and Roger Smith 699

Henry Jones – Clockmaker of London Part IV of IV, by C. Stuart Kelley 721

Ludlow Church Bells, Clock and Chimes 1460–1900, by Michael Page 744

Pneumatic Clocks, by David Read 754

Timepiece for a Pontiff? by Silvio Bedini 765

Picture Gallery: 30hr Wall Alarm Clock, by Wm Warren, London 717

Picture Gallery: 30hr Wall Alarm Clock by Thos. Ranger, Chipstead 718

Picture Gallery: Rolex Prince Wristwatch 720

Volume 29

Volume 29/1 (September 2005)

Sir Thomas Wendy’s Lantern Clock, by W.J. Thornton 28

Portable Sundial Making in Nuremberg, by Mike Cowham 45

Epicyclic Gearing and the Antikythera Mechanism, Part II, by M.T. Wright 51

The Clockmakers of Charing, Kent, by Chris H.K. Williams 64

Volume 29/2 (December 2005)

The Hindleys, the Bradshaws and the Farmer’s Watch, by Chris Watson 164

Clocks in the Church of Saint Jerome at Digne-Les-Bains, 1414–1985, by Anthony Turner 170

An Iden Timepiece, by J. Plowman 179

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector Part Six, by David Thompson 189

Huber-Mudge and the First Constant Force Escapement, by Anthony G. Randall With an Introduction by Derek Pratt 217

Ludlow Church Bells, Clock and Chimes 1460–1900 Part 2 – the Chimes of St Laurence’s Church, Ludlow, by Michael Page 227

Volume 29/3 (March 2006)

The Antikythera Mechanism and the Early History of the Moon-Phase Display, by M.T. Wright 319

Swedish Forgeries, by Jan Kraminer 330

Some Mid-Eighteenth-Century Craftsmen Gray and Vulliamy Outworkers and Suppliers c.1760, by Roger Smith 348

‘Occasion’s Bald Behind’ a Neoclassical Dial by John Owen of Llanrwst, by William Linnard 359

The Church Clocks of Charing, Kent, by Chris H.K. Williams 371

Volume 29/4 (June 2006)

John Harrison and the Astronomers Royal of His Period, by Arnold Wolfendale 468

John Harrison Clockmaker, Part 1: His First Longcase Clocks, 1713–17, by Andrew King 475

John Harrison’s Watchcase Makers, by Philip Priestley 489

John Harrison Clockmaker, Part 2: the Brocklesby Turret Clock, c.1722, by Andrew King 496

Harrison’s Grasshopper Escapement, by John C. Taylor 513

The Fate of Harrison’s Timekeepers, by Jonathan Betts 522

A Chronology of John Harrison, by Andrew King 528

Bibliography of Published and Manuscript Sources Relating to John Harrison, by William J.H. Andrewes 530

The Images of John Harrison, by Andrew King 538

Volume 29/5 (September 2006)

Maria and Ruth Belville: Competition For Greenwich Time Supply, by David Rooney 614

Octavius Morgan, Horological Collector, Part Seven, by David Thompson 629

The Eminent Pierre Le Roy in the Art of Timekeeping, Part 1: Up To About 1765, by Giuseppe Brusa and Charles Allix 645

Scientists, Sea Trials and International Espionage: Who Really Invented the Balance Spring Watch? by Lisa Jardine 663

Volume 29/6 (December 2006)

The Early Balance Spring Watch: a Brief History, by Martin Ball 760

The Eminent Pierre Le Roy in the Art of Timekeeping, Part II: Marine Timekeepers and Watches, by Charles Allix and Giuseppe Brusa 775

Evidence from the Transient: The Importance of Ephemera for a Proper Understanding of the Clock and Watch Trades: Part I, by David Penney 790

‘A Clock for the Rooms’: The Horological Legacy of the Library Company of Philadelphia, by Jay Robert Stiefel 804

Volume 30

Volume 30/1 (March 2007)

John Hyacinth de Magellan (1722–1790) Part 3: The Later Clocks and Watches, by Jonathan Betts 25

Evidence from the Transient: the Importance of Ephemera for a Proper Understanding of the Clock and Watch Trades: Part II, by David Penney 45

Evan Davies Alias Myfyr Morganwg Arch-Druid, Philomath, Clockmaker, by William Linnard 66

Some Notes on an Iron-Framed Chamber Clock, by K.J. Ming 76

An Unusual Split-Second Chronograph Made by Clerke, 1 Royal Exchange, London, by Mike Cowham 82

Eardley Norton’s 1771 Patent for Striking Clocks and Repeating Watches, by John A. Robey 88

Volume 30/2 (June 2007)

Evidence from the Transient: the Importance of Ephemera for a Proper Understanding of the Clock and Watch Trades: Part III, by David Penney 177

The Prototypes of ‘Hague Clocks’ and ‘Pendules Religieuses’ 350 Years After Salomon Coster’s First Clock, by Reinier Plomp 196

Birmingham Dialmakers: Some Biographical Notes: Part I, by John A. Robey 209

A Striking Discovery: the Seal of a Horologiarius, by Nicola Rogers and Richard Hall 223

Volume 30/3 (September 2007)

Some Seventeenth-Century Painted Enamel Watch-Cases and their Movements, by Clare Vincent 317

John Hyacinth de Magellan (1722–1790) Part 4: the Precision Pioneers, by Jonathan Betts 365

The Jourdain Family of Spitalfields, London, Specialists in Chime and Musical Work, by Clive Ponsford 380

Volume 30/4 (December 2007)

Birmingham Dialmakers: Some Biographical Notes: Part II, by John A. Robey 470

Chronometers on East India Company Ships 1800 to 1833, by Phillip Arnott 481

‘Such Great Inventors as the Late Mr Lund’: an Introduction to the Standard Time Company, 1870–1970, by James Nye and David Rooney 501

Wills of Clock and Watchmakers On-Line from the National Archives: Part I, by Clive N. Ponsford 524

Volume 30/5 (March 2008)

A Pendulum Clock Owned by the Danish Astronomer Ole Rømer (1644–1710), by Reinier Plomp 624

The Sing-Song Trade: Exporting Clocks to China in the Eighteenth Century, by Roger Smith 629

The Longcase Painted Dial in Liverpool, by Frances Tennant 659

Two Renaissance Clocks Punchmarked PP, by Michael Hurst 675

Wills of Clock and Watchmakers On-Line from the National Archives: Part II: the City of London and Middlesex (A–J), by Clive N. Ponsford 680

Volume 30/6 (June 2008)

Notes on the Patent, Functionality and Mechanisms of the Portable Pillar Barometers by Daniel Quare, by Richard Higgins 787

The Octavius Morgan Archive: Addenda, by David Thompson 798

Wills of Clock and Watchmakers On-Line from the National Archives: Part III: the City of London and Middlesex (K–Z), by Clive N. Ponsford 804

The Early English Balance Spring Watch: the Hardware 1665–1677/8, by Martin Ball 818

An Invasion in Time: American Horology and the British Market, by Alun C. Davies 829

Volume 31

Volume 31/1 (September 2008)

Wills of Clock and Watchmakers On-Line from the National Archives: Part IV Case Makers and Other Specialist Tradesmen (London Area), by Clive N. Ponsford 31

Wills of Clock and Watchmakers On-Line from the National Archives: Part V Wills Proved in Country Courts, by Clive N. Ponsford 39

Longcase Clocks from the North of England, by John Robey 43

Observatory Time by Radio: 1901 to 1970 from the Eiffel Tower to UTC and the Arrival of Radio-Controlled Clocks, by David Read 65

Note: A Welsh Clock Club in 1812, by William Linnard 88

Picture Gallery: An Early Seventeenth Century Lantern Clock Signed ‘William Bowyer Fecit’ 92

Picture Gallery: A 30-Hour Clock With Alarm Signed ‘Edward Sidwell Londini’ 96

Picture Gallery: A ‘Painted Dial’ Watch Movement by Charles Marlow of Coventry 98

Picture Gallery: A ‘Painted Dial’ Watch Signed ‘Robt Walton, London’ 102

William Harper of Antrim, by David A. Bell 184

A Supplementary List of Clocks Made by the Jourdain Family of Spitalfields, London, by Clive N. Ponsford 188

Sir Edward Dering’s ‘Booke Of Expences’ 1617–28: His Horological Purchases, William Barrett of Ashford and Jacques of London, by Chris H.K. Williams 194

The Identification and Attribution of Christiaan Huygens’ First Pendulum Clock, by Sebastian Whitestone 201

Note: Watches – a Pamphlet by J.B. Thomas, by Andrew James 223

Picture Gallery: Longcase Clock by Ahasuerus Fromanteel, c.1660 the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford, Inventory No. 54420 230

Volume 31/3 (March 2009)

The Scientific Anchorite – Johnson Jex the Norfolk Clockmaker: the Story of His Unique Lathe, by Donald J. Unwin And David W. Durst 320

Some Literary Subjects as Decorations on French Enamel Painted Watches From the Middle of the Seventeenth Century: Part 1, by Hans Boeckh 331

The Leppers Of Belfast, by David A. Bell 353

The Deacon Family – the Numbers Game, by Colin Andrew 361

Picture Gallery: Two Early Three-Train Clocks by Joseph Knibb 369

Picture Gallery: Longcase Clock by Ahasuerus Fromanteel, c.1660 the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford, Inventory No. 54420 378

Volume 31/4 (June 2009)

Quaker Letters to a Watchmaker, by William Linnard 454

The Contribution of South-West Lancashire to Horology Part 1: Watch And Chronometer Movement Making And Finishing, by A.A. Treherne 457

Some Literary Subjects as Decorations on French Enamel Painted Watches From the Middle Of the Seventeenth Century: Part 2, by Hans Boeckh 477

English Marquetry Table Clocks, by Robert Donaldson 499

An Early ‘Silent Pull’ Clock With Gathered Rack by Brounker Watts, c.1695, by Phillip Arnott 517

Picture Gallery: ‘Pendulum = Clock’ Signed 2nd. James Harrison Barrow 1727 525

Volume 31/5 (September 2009)

The Earliest Pendulum Clocks: A Re-Evaluation, by David Penney 614

“Not a Bad Timekeeper: the English Lantern Clock in the Seventeenth Century”, by George White 621

The Ingold Episode Revisited: English Watchmaking’s Pyrrhic Victory, by Alun C. Davies 637

William Caslon’s Foundry Clock, by Clive N. Ponsford 655

Note: A Clock Dial by Thomas Elmes, by Jeff Darken 659

Picture Gallery: John Harrison’s 1st Marine Timekeeper H1 662

Volume 31/6 (December 2009)

A Clock Commemorating a Huguenot Martyr, by Harry Smith 744

The Intelligencer and the Instrument Maker: Early Communications In the Development of the Pendulum Clock, by Rebecca Pohancenic 747

John Linnard of Swansea: the Story of Two Clockmakers and their Clocks, by William Linnard 757

Samuel Deacon and Apprentices, by Colin Andrew and W. John Thornton 769

The Secret of Ploërmel: Brother Bernardin’s Astronomical Clock, by Bernard North 783

Picture Gallery: A Tell-Tale Clock Signed JAS WHITELAW, EDINBURGH 791

Volume 32

Volume 32/1 (March 2010)

The Gawen Brown Family and ‘the Last Apprentice’, by Chris Watson 31

Claude Duchesne − Huguenot Clockmaker, by Glen Blake, Christine Wintle and John Gill 43

A Watch With Breguet’s Échappement Naturel, by Keith Orford 52

Twelve 10x8-Inch Glass Plate Clock Negatives, by Peter Gosnell 71

The Life and Work of Louis Essen (1908−1997), Father of Atomic Time, by Ray Essen 81

Peter Litherland, Liverpool and the Rack Lever, by David Evans 93

Picture Gallery: The Dawson Workshops in London, Specialists in Repair and Restoration of Clock Cases 97

Volume 32/2 (June 2010)

Watch and Clockmakers of Hong Kong, by Bernard North 178

The Theorist and the Instrument Maker: Early Communications in the Development of the Pendulum Clock, by Rebecca Pohancenik 191

Early English Japanned Table Clocks, by Robert Donaldson 201

Pocket Chronometer 912 by John Adam Mangaar, by Tony Proctor 220

The Notebook of Humphrey Hadley of Birmingham: Part 1, by John Robey 225

Clock Making in Twentieth-Century England and Wales: Part 1, by John Glanville and Bill Wolmuth 231

Turret Clock ‘Discoveries’, by Clive Ponsford 250

Picture Gallery: Arnold Expedition Chronometer No. 176 255

Volume 32/3 (September 2010)

The Coster-Fromanteel Contract: John Fromanteel’s Brass and Steel, by John C. Taylor 336

Clock Making in Twentieth-Century England and Wales: Part 2, by John Glanville and Bill Wolmuth 343

New Discoveries of Clocks by Samuel Roberts of Llanfair Caereinion, by W.T.R. Pryce 361

The Oeuvre of a Master Clockmaker Henry Williams, Lancarvan, by William Linnard and Ed Cloutman 379

An Unusual English Lantern Clock, by John A. Robey 405

Watch-Pads and Watch-Papers, by Anthony Turner 417

Picture Gallery: A Poorly Finished but Interesting 30-Hour Movement 424

Volume 32/4 (December 2010)

Courtenay Adrian Ilbert, Horological Collector. Part One: the Early Years, 1888−1930, by Paul Buck 499

Spendlove Clockmakers of Suffolk and Norfolk, by Trevor Spindler 517

Minute Repeating in Tompion’s Lifetime, by Sebastian Whitestone 525

Arnold’s Chronometer No. 176 and Vancouver’s Expedition, 1791−95, by Alun C. Davies 532

The Significance of Expense Books to Horologists. Horological Markets and the 1646−76 Experiences of James Master, a Kentish Gentleman, by Chris H.K. Williams 541

William Porthouse’s Remontoire, by Simon Johnson 550

A Table Regulator Signed Dancer, Manchester, by Alfred Thomas 554

Picture Gallery: George Graham’s Watch Number 5193 558

Volume 32/5 (March 2011)

English Horology and the Great War, by Alun C. Davies 635

Sidney Better − Watch Springer and Timer, by Paul Myatt 651

Admiral Lord Nelson and the Commemorative Domestic Clock, by Rory McEvoy 665

English Lantern Clocks With Iron Frames, by John A. Robey 689

Volume 32/6 (June 2011)

The Tribulations of Jean Helot, by Anthony Turner 779

A Family of Longcase Movements With an Early Anchor Escapement circa 1670, by Alan Fersht 805

The Canonteign Turret Clock in Context. Clocks for Churches and Country Houses by the Pollard Family of Devon, by Liam Boyle And Clive N. Ponsford 815

The Costs of Maintaining and Replacing a Seventeenth-Century Turret Clock, by Edward White 831

Catling Family Pocket Watches, by John David Stables 837

Welsh Account Books and Horology in the Seventeenth Century, by William Linnard And Chris H.K. Williams 841

Picture Gallery: John Harrison’s 2nd Marine Timekeeper H2 846

Volume 33

Volume 33/1 (September 2011)

Clock and Watchmaking in Belgium, 1300–1830, by Eddy Fraiture and Paul Van Rompay 27

Constant Force Chronometer, No. 1, Attributed to Paul Garnier, by Phillip Arnott 46

Astronomical Clocks in Observatories of the World and their Makers, 1670–1850. A Modified List, by Jürgen Ermert 70

Thomas Hampson of ‘Wrexham’ – His Chester Phase, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 89

Picture Gallery: An Interesting Thirty-Hour Clock c.1745 Signed J P 97

Volume 33/2 (December 2011)

The Missing ‘Harrison’ Table Clock, by William Andrewes and Bob Frishman 180

The Electric Remontoire, by David Read 190

Design and Precision of a Small Eight-Day Chronometer by Barraud, by A.D. Stewart 199

On Excursions and on Song: the BHI Views New Technology in the 1870s and 1880s, by Alun C. Davies 207

Clocks of Pasteboard, by Anthony Turner 221

Note: Watch Lorgnettes, by Neil Handley 227

Note: Further Notes on Jourdain Clocks, by Neil Andrew 232

Volume 33/3 (March 2012)

William Leigh Of Newton-le-Willows, Clockmaker 1763–1824: Part 1, by Steve And Darlah Thomas 311

A Large European Iron Chamber Clock, by John A. Robey 335

The Chimerical English Pre-Huygens Pendulum Clock, by Sebastian Whitestone 347

A Time-Telling Telescope, by Richard Dunn and Lavinia Maddaluno 359

Volume 33/4 (June 2012)

The Antiquarian Horological Society. An Early History, by James Nye 457

William Leigh of Newton-le-Willows, Clockmaker 1763–1824: Part 2, by Steve And Darlah Thomas 469

Moorfields And Clock-Brass Founders Part 1: the London Horological Trades in Moorfields, by John A. Robey 479

The Synchronous Mains Revolution and ‘Time Gentlemen, Please’, by David Read 487

New Light on Jacob Lovelace, by Clive N. Ponsford 493

Picture Gallery: Stainton of Birmingham Advertising Card 501

Picture Gallery: Japanese Pillar Clock 502

Note: Camerer Cuss Datelines, by Terence Camerer Cuss 506

Note: An Intriguing Swinging Clock, by Simon Kerby and Tom Meryon 509

Note: Big Ben – New Discoveries Part 1: Punch and the Bell, by Chris McKay 514

Volume 33/5 (September 2012)

Horology at International Industrial Exhibitions, 1851–1900, by Alun C. Davies 591

Moorfields And Clock-Brass Founders Part 2: the Mayor Family and Other Founders, by John A. Robey 609

The History of Arnold & Dent Long Case Regulator No. 308, by David Hambleton 624

Horological Requests in Early Welsh Poems, by William Linnard and Ann Parry Owen 631

God Save the King. The Automaton Ship and Silver Shagreen Case, by Brittany Cox 637

Picture Gallery: Watch Keys 643

Picture Gallery: Portrait of Edward Scrivener 648

Picture Gallery: The Clock-Maker at His Bench. A Variation on the Jan Luyken Engraving 650

Volume 33/6 (December 2012)

The Wall Clock Dated 1657 Signed Jan Van Call, by David Thompson 739

The Screws in the Van Call Clock, by M.T. Wright 762

Leonardo da Vinci and the Earliest Known Clock With Warned Striking, by John A. Robey 775

Daniel Quare 324, by Terence Camerer Cuss 786

An Unmarked 8-Day Time and Striking Spring Driven Movement, by Peter Gosnell 791

Note: Big Ben – New Discoveries Part 2, by Chris McKay 799

Note: Joseph Knibb’s Roman Striking, by Mike Cowham 803

Volume 34

Volume 34/1 (March 2013)

Jan van Call and the age of the pendulum clock in the Netherlands, by Pier Van Leeuwen 33

The van Call, a modern forgery, by Sebastian Whitestone 42

Some thoughts on the van Call, by Terence Camerer Cuss 52

The van Call clock discussion 54

The Pace family of Quaker clockmakers, by David Edmund Pace 60

The mercurial chronometer balances of Edward Thomas Loseby, by Phillip Arnott 72

Of clocks and cats, by Richard Dunn and Eóin Phillips 88

Picture gallery: Three of a kind 94

Picture gallery: One-day single-handed Augsburg spring timepiece, c.1680 95

Note: Reflections on sixty years of ‘the Journal’, by John Plowman 100

Note: Rare features on a clock by Jacobus Nauta, by Anton Vos 102

Note: Chronometer ‘Dent 1978’ at Aberdeen, by John S. Reid 104

Volume 34/2 (June 2013)

Clocks and watches with enamels by William Hopkins Craft – Part 1, by Ian White 179

The time ball at Greenwich and the evolving methods of control – Part 1, by Douglas Bateman 198

Two clocks that changed the world. The birth of atomic timekeeping, by Ray Essen 219

Big Ben as an electrical master clock, by Chris McKay 235

Picture gallery: 30-hour iron wall clock dated 1748 240

Volume 34/3 (September 2013)

The time ball at Greenwich and the evolving methods of control – Part 2, by Douglas Bateman 332

Clocks and watches with enamels by William Hopkins Craft – Part 2, by Ian White 347

Pennington of London: a brief history of the family, the firm and their chronometers, by A.D. Stewart 367

Another unusual compact 8-day movement with rack and snail striking, by Peter Gosnell 385

Volume 34/4 (December 2013)

The time ball at Greenwich and the evolving methods of control – Part 3, by Douglas Bateman 471

Mechanical clocks in the medieval Castilian royal court, by Víctor Pérez Álvarez 489

The Porrvis clock of 1567 – the earliest surviving domestic clock made in England, by John Robey and Leighton Gillibrand 503

Ole Rømer’s temperature correction of pendulum clock rates, by Poul Darnell 519

Shaping the day in Wales: indications of awareness of clock time in Wales before 1800, by William Linnard 526

Note: Time consciousness in the Aran Islands, by Alun C. Davies 539

Volume 35

Volume 35/1 (March 2014)

De Amissione Temporis: Loss of Time, by William Linnard 618

Barwise & Sons: watchmakers to the King. A brief history of family and firm, by A.D. Stewart 621

The House of Kullberg, by Alun C. Davies 635

From sun and water to weights: public time devices from late Antiquity to the mid-seventeenth century, by Anthony Turner 649

Friedberg – a centre of watch and clockmaking in seventeenth and eighteenth century Bavaria – Part 1, by Alice Arnold-Becker 663

Volume 35/2 (June 2014)

Twenty-five years Dingwall-Beloe lectures, by Peter de Clercq 767

The German Clock Museum in Furtwangen – 160 years of collecting, by Eduard C. Saluz 769

Friedberg – a centre of watch and clockmaking in seventeenth and eighteenth century Bavaria – Part 2, by Alice Arnold-Becker 783

Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin (1805–1871). From mechanical to electrical horology, by Françoise Collanges 796

The horological world of François Arsène Margaine, by Thomas R. Wotruba 807

A Scottish clock dial for determining Easter, by John A. Robey 827

Note: Anatomy of a Cox musical clock, by Ian White 834

Museum profile: Claphams National Clock Museum, New Zealand 838

Volume 35/3 (September 2014)

The journal archive on-line, by Martin Ridout 906

Two automatic watch movements with verge escapement but without fusee, by Joseph Flores 913

Charles Clay: fashioning timely music, by Anthony Turner 929

Towards the ‘German chronometer’. The introduction of precision timekeeping in the German mercantile marine and Imperial Navy in the nineteenth century, by Günther Oestmann 949

Time balls at Greenwich And Adelaide – a direct personal connection, by Douglas Bateman, Lesley Abell and Roger Kinns 964

Note: The notebooks of John Tuck of Romsey, by Peter de Clercq 973

Museum profile: Willard House and Clock Museum, Grafton, MA, USA 984

Volume 35/4 (December 2014)

A Flemish clock at the Shogun’s Shrine, by Johan Ten Hoeve and David Thompson 1063

Antoine Redier’s ingenious Comparateur Chronométrique for precise time comparisons, by Phillip Arnott 1077

A study of English watch jewelling, by Ian Greaves 1085

Box chronometers for India 1800–1936, by Simon C. Davidson 1107

Picture gallery: A miniature Italian lantern clock 1125

Picture gallery: Folding fan with integrated watch 1130

Museum profile: Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand 1131

Volume 36

Volume 36/1 (March 2015)

Moncas Of Liverpool. A short history of a nineteenth-century watch-making family, by Michael W. Paice 40

Gustave Loup – his life and his horological collection – Part 1, by Ian White 53

Keeping time at Shalstone: horological tribulations of the Purefoys, 1735 to 1752, by Alun C. Davies 71

The replacement of the war-damaged Shepherd dial at Greenwich by James Cooke & Son of Birmingham, by Douglas Bateman 84

Foliot revisited – the origins of the word, by Howard Bradley 91

Note: An exemplary clock-maker, by Anthony Turner 97

Note: The word ‘foliot’, by William Linnard 100

Picture gallery: Staatliches Museum Schwerin 102

Volume 36/2 (June 2015)

A watch by Peter Henlein in London? by Dietrich Matthes 183

Gustave Loup – his life and his horological collection – Part 2, by Ian White 195

The painted and engraved pewter longcase clock dials of Thomas Pyke Sr and Jr – Part 1, by Nial Woodford 212

The long and expensive pursuit of an accurate timekeeper in Blackburn, Lancashire, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 225

The English usage of foliot and balance, by John A. Robey 239

Remembering the first battery-operated clock, by Beverley F. Ronalds 244

From Burgundy to Castile. Retracing and reconstructing a fifteenth-century golden clock, by Víctor Pérez Álvarez 249

Note: The secrets of John Arnold, watch and chronometer maker, by Martyn Perrin 255

Picture gallery: Longcase clock by Ahasuerus Fromanteel (I), c.1662–65 259

Volume 36/3 (September 2015)

The painted and engraved pewter longcase clock dials of Thomas Pyke Sr and Jr – Part 2, by Nial Woodford 333

The marine chronometer in the age of electricity, by David Read 343

English provincial clockmaking 1695–1840. The role of the thirty-hour longcase clock – Part 1, by Michael Grange 361

Watchmaking in Saxony – a review, by Sibylle Gluch 378

The British Horological Institute and the education of watchmakers, 1858 to c.1900, by Alun C. Davies 386

Volume 36/4 (December 2015)

English provincial clockmaking 1695–1840. The role of the thirty-hour longcase clock – Part 2, by Michael Grange 481

John & Miles Brockbank, their life and work, by A.D. Stewart 502

Short-time measurement – the contribution of German electrical horology, by Thomas Schraven 521

Note: Ole Rømer’s pocket watch, by Poul Darnell 541

Note: The clocks of an Anglo-Welsh knight: Sir Edward Don (1482–1551), by William Linnard 544

Volume 37

Volume 37/1 (March 2016)

Daniel Quare’s numbered clocks, by George Kenney 37

Time to reconsider – the life and work of George Bennett Bowell (1875–1942), by James Nye 55

Winner or loser. Did John Harrison win the Longitude Prize? by Andrew King 73

Horological patents, 1662–c.1800: restraining trade, stifling innovation or rewarding invention? by Alun C. Davies 82

Note: A clock club at Milford Haven in 1805, by William Linnard 101

Note: when is a Bryer not a Bryer? by Gordon Hoare 105

Note: A wrist chronograph, a radio amateur and a handful of wichety grubs, by David Read 109

Picture gallery: Turret clock by James Harrison of Hull, 1845 111

Volume 37/2 (June 2016)

Ung petit traictie pour faire horoleiges: a little treatise for making clocks in the fourteenth century, by William Linnard, John A. Robey and Michael T. Wright 182

The Henlein exhibition at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum. A look back, a look forward and new discoveries, by Thomas Eser 199

A fourteenth-century Italian turret clock, by Marisa Addomine 213

Ralph Gout, watchmaker (1740–1828), by David Buckden 223

Quartz clocks and the public in Britain, 1930–60, by David Rooney 237

The British naval chronometers of 1821, by A.D. Stewart 247

Museum profile: Clocks in Schloss Ludwigslust, Germany 253

Volume 37/3 (September 2016)

New light on chronometer-makers and the scientific instrument trades in the nineteenth century, by Gloria Clifton 327

Concerning some curious clocks in the cabinet of Grollier de Servière, by Anthony Turner 349

W.E. Frodsham No.1. Another chronometer identified from HMS Beagle’s second voyage, by Simon C. Davidson and Peter Linstead-Smith 366

Swiss watches, tariffs and smuggling with dogs, by Alun C. Davies 377

Volume 37/4 (December 2016)

The London Gazette as a source for the history of the English horological trade: 1720–1849, by D. J. Bryden 477

An Englishman, a Frenchman and a Watchman: the cross-border life of Robert Lenoir (1898–1979), by James Nye 496

The origin of the English lantern clock part 1: comparison with European Gothic clocks, by John A. Robey 511

A Time to Remember, by Rory McEvoy 522

A dial described in 1473, by William Linnard 530

Volume 38

Volume 38/1 (March 2017)

The origin of the English lantern clock part 2: the earliest lantern clocks, by John A. Robey 35

A royal acquisition for the Victoria and Albert Museum, by Tessa Murdoch 51

The inertia escapement – William Hamilton Shortt’s first step towards the free pendulum, by Tabea Rude 61

The National 15. The decline of British watchmaking and the role of Smiths in a hoped-for recovery, by David Read 74

A comparison of early marine timekeepers, from Harrison to Earnshaw, by A.D. Stewart 90

The Crystal Palace clock, by James Nye 101

Volume 38/2 (June 2017)

Don’t mention the war! The chequered early years of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, by George White 175

Early English horological terms, by John A. Robey and William Linnard 191

Courtenay Adrian Ilbert, horological collector part two: acquisition, 1930–1939, by Paul Buck 202

Two Poor Law clocks, by Chris McKay 221

The story behind PATENT SURETY ROLLER stamped on carriage clocks, by Thomas R. Wotruba 239

An impoverished innovator. Joseph Anthony Berrollas (1775–1852), by David Buckden 248

Early clocks in English woodcuts, by William Linnard 255

Note: The electro-magnetic verge, by Chris McKay 260

Note: An interesting case, by Guy Boney 264

Volume 38/3 (September 2017)

Mechanical clocks and the advent of scientific astronomy, by Dietrich Matthes and Rocío Sánchez-Barrios 328

Edward East (1602–c.1695). Part 1 – early Stuart period and Commonwealth, by Valerie J. Finch, Adrian A. Finch and Anthony W. Finch 343

Galileo, Huygens and the invention of the pendulum clock, by Sebastian Whitestone 365

Martin Burgess, sculptural clockmaker, by Jonathan Betts 385

The horological legacy of Stanley John Wise, by Geoffrey A. Horner 394

Volume 38/4 (December 2017)

Edward East (1602–c.1695) part 2 – the restoration and the latter years of the East business, by Valerie J. Finch, Adrian A. Finch and Anthony W. Finch 478

The horological trade in Georgian London: evidence from Old Bailey trials, by D. J. Bryden 491

Edmund Howard (1710–1798): a Quaker clockmaker in Chelsea, by James Nye 513

Adam, the Devil and the Supernatural: an unusual English lantern clock revisited, by John A. Robey 533

Carriage clocks with a unique winding system: the bottom-wind, by Thomas R. Wotruba 545

Volume 39

Volume 39/1 (March 2018)

Timing the stars: astronomers, clockmakers and German precision horology around 1800, by Sibylle Gluch 34

The first transparent watch, by Juan F. Déniz 55

New light on French enamel painting (1630–1660): tondi as models for the decoration of watches, by Catherine Cardinal 69

Sixty years of AHS Study Tours, by Peter de Clercq 80

Early watches—the argument over priority in Italy and Germany, by Günther Oestmann 92

Welsh time balls and time guns, by William Linnard 98

An unusual electrical time switch on a turret clock signed Selfe of Greenwich, by Chris McKay 103

Henry Jones of London: his birth, marriage and family, by Andrew James 108

A relic of the Gold Rush, by David Read 112

Volume 39/2 (June 2018)

Jacques Goullons (c.1600–1671), master clockmaker on the Île de la Cité, Paris, by Catherine Cardinal 185

William Shortland the Elder of Stony Stratford (c.1690–1744). A hitherto undocumented clockmaker, trained by Joseph Knibb at Hanslope, by Edward Hudson 202

Showtime at Oxnead: the timekeepers depicted in the Paston Treasure, by Jonathan Betts 215

Edward John Dent’s glass springs, archive and technical analysis combined, by Jenny Bulstrode and Andrew Meek 225

Top hits of the eighteenth century on bell-playing clocks, by Marieke Lefeber-Morsman 244

New light on Osborne and Wilson, by John A. Robey 251

Note: Saint Teilo’s bell, by Willam Linnard 259

Volume 39/3 (September 2018)

Salisbury, Wells and Rye – the great clocks revisited, by Keith Scobie-Youngs 327

The universe on the table. The Buschman Renaissance clock of the National Maritime Museum, by Víctor Pérez Álvarez 342

The story behind the Geneva Clock Company, their trademark JTC and their miniature Swiss carriage clocks, by Thomas R. Wotruba 361

Usher & Cole workbooks, by Terence Camerer Cuss 368

The history of Josiah Emery’s lever escapement gold watch No. 929, by Søren Andersen and Poul Darnell 375

Museum profile: The Museum of Horology And Mechanical Music In Oberhofen, Switzerland, by Fortunat Müller-Maerki 380

Picture gallery, by Peter Gosnell 388

Volume 39/4 (December 2018)

An early Gothic Hausuhr, by John A. Robey 475

Louis Ourry (1643–1699). A Huguenot clockmaker in Paris and an early bedchamber clock from his workshop, by Erik Wauters And Chris Schouten 485

The John Smeaton Family from York and their horological connections. Part 1 – the York years, by Chris Watson 504

Drocourt’s porcelain tributes to romantic love and royal victory. Art-historical appreciation of rare carriage clocks, by Larry L. Fabian 513

Timepieces in Victorian narrative painting, by Louise Cooling 528

Volume 40

Volume 40/1 (March 2019)

A snapshot of the watchmaking industry in England through the lens of the 1881 census, by Darlah Thomas 36

The John Smeaton family from York and their horological connections. Part 2 – the Leeds years, by Chris Watson 59

Marine chronometers: the rapid adoption of new technology by East India captains in the period 1770–1792 on over 580 voyages, by Simon C. Davidson 76

The clockmaker’s art in the service of crime: the so-called ‘Thomas Disaster’ on 11 December 1875 in Bremerhaven, by Günther Oestmann 92

Three medieval clockmakers: children of Mercury, by William Linnard and John A. Robey 102

Volume 40/2 (June 2019)

David Ramsay, c.1580–1659, by Adrian A. Finch, Valerie J. Finch and Anthony W. Finch 177

Chronometers on the 1821–26 Royal Navy African Survey, by Stuart Jennings 200

Some further early clocks from Nuremberg, by Dietrich Matthes and Rocío Sánchez-Barrios 215

Bicentenary of the car of history: a monumental chariot clock in the US Capitol, by Juan F. Déniz 231

William Weichert of Cardiff: his time Ball and chronometers, by William Linnard 244

Museum profile: Halim Time and Glass Museum, Evanston, Illinois, by Bob Frishman 253

Big Ben. What’s in the name? And a warning to researchers, by Chris McKay 260

Robert Savery, clockmaker of Taunton, Somerset (1788–1865), by Bill Edmondson 265

Volume 40/3 (September 2019)

William Graham: clockmaker and man of his times, by Ann McBroom 320

An early use of zinc in the compensation pendulum, by Michael T. Wright 343

William Whitaker and William Shreeve: dialmakers of Halifax, West Yorkshire, by John A. Robey 360

An unusual eight-day longcase clock with its original drawings, by Simon C. Davidson 377

Museum profile: the horological collection of the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan 384

The 1815 sale of Alexander Cumming’s property: some evidence from book history, by Rebekah Higgitt 392

Loseby box chronometer No.104, by Phillip Arnott 396

Picture gallery: A turret clock postcard of 1929 398

Volume 40/4 (December 2019)

Was there high-quality, wholesale movement manufacture in seventeenth-century London? by Jon Parker 469

Time before the oscillator. Horology in the thirteenth-century manuscripts of the Libros Del Saber, by Sebastian Whitestone 487

Carriage clock porcelain. Artistic pedigrees hiding in plain view, by Larry L. Fabian 501

Dividing plates and wheel-cutting machines: some seventeenth-century evidence, by Anthony Turner 514

Mathurin Sougé: an early French pendule religieuse with Dutch striking design, by Sunny Dzik and Wim van Klaveren 525

Museum profile: Clocks in the Zuylenburgh Collection in Utrecht, by Doug Bateman 536

Children of Mercury: an addendum, by William Linnard and John A. Robey 545

Volume 41

Volume 41/1 (March 2020)

Getting the right time. Liverpool’s contribution in the mid-nineteenth century. Part 1, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 20

Bahne Bonniksen, inventor and manufacturer of the karrusel watch. A biography of a famous Coventry watchmaker. Part 1, by Clare Woodward 44

Spiridion & Son, Cardiff, 1844–1964, by William Linnard 57

Carriage clocks identified with Dent and Paris in their signatures, by Thomas R. Wotruba 68

Thomas Knifton, beginnings, middle, ends, by James Nye and Caitlín Doherty 76

The water clock at Loch Head Dinnet, by Chris McKay 83

A monumental longcase clock by Domenico De Vita, Naples, dated 1891, by Marisa Addomine 89

Women and horology. Report on work in progress, by Su Fullwood and Geoff Allnutt 95

Unfreezing time, by Patricia Fara 98

Lewis Ollendorf – watchmaker of Maidstone, by Barnaby Smith

Volume 41/2 (June 2020)

English lantern clocks with an original balance, by John A. Robey 172

Revelation in revision. How alterations to a woodcut block change the history of Huygens’s pendulum clock invention, by Sebastian Whitestone 177

Another Diamond, by Martyn Pettifer 209

Getting the right time. Liverpool’s contribution in the mid-nineteenth century. Part 2, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 214

Bahne Bonniksen, inventor and manufacturer of the karrusel watch. A biography of a famous Coventry watchmaker. Part 2, by Clare Woodward 235

Ray Mellor and the Cabot Watch & Clock Company – a brief oral history, by Jonathan Hughes 247

Unfreezing time, by Patricia Fara 254

Picture gallery: Time locks, by Mark Frank 256

Volume 41/3 (September 2020)

Bahne Bonniksen, inventor and manufacturer of the karrusel watch. A biography of a famous Coventry watchmaker. Part 3, by Clare Woodward 319

The earliest masters of the Paris Clockmakers’ Corporation: a new account based on archival sources and surviving works, by Catherine Cardinal 341

Time on the dashboard: car clocks from Germany, by Johannes Graf 357

Should Breguet’s box chronometer No. 2741 be run? The potential of decision-making protocols in horological conservation, by Peter Toot 373

A miniature time ball from Synchronome, by Norman Heckenberg and Anthony Roberts 383

A chronometer watch, signed Sidney Better, rediscovered, by Phillip Arnott 389

A Florentine clock from 1546, showing hours, minutes and seconds, by Marisa Addomine 396

Two more Diamond dials, by John A. Robey 400

Unfreezing time, by Patricia Fara 402

Picture gallery: Nineteenth-century French sales literature: help needed! By Jonathan Betts 404

Volume 41/4 (December 2020)

The Adam clock – the Suffolk connection, by John A. Robey 462

A comparative analysis of twelve manuscripts of Giovanni Dondi’s astrarium, by Guido Dresti and Rosario Mosello 473

The Wellington clock tower of Swanage, by Chris McKay 505

The Chandos Delander, by Jeremy Evans and Ann McBroom, with appendices by Richard Garnier and Guy Boney 521

Bahne Bonniksen, inventor and manufacturer of the karrusel watch. A biography of a famous Coventry watchmaker. Part 4, by Clare Woodward 531

Nicolas Hanet – a new discovery, by Ben Hordijk 539

Celebrating a tower clock, by Jennifer Speake and Anthony Turner 546

Unfreezing time, by Patricia Fara 552

Volume 42

Volume 42/1 (March 2021)

Charles and Joseph MacDowall and their helical clockwork, by Angus Bell and Kenneth Cobb 21

Technical Note: An examination of the MacDowalls’ helix lever gearing, by Angus Bell and Kenneth Cobb 42

Horological tradesmen and a Victorian directory scam – the Londoniad, by D. J. Bryden 50

French carriage clocks and late nineteenth-century decorative arts: Artistry in an era of art reform,
by Larry L. Fabian 61

John Kaye of Liverpool – Can his clock predict the time and height of high water at Liverpool? By Steve and Darlah Thomas 83

‘A process superior to any previously known’. The introduction of electro-gilding for watches in mid nineteenth-century England, by Michael Edidin 97

Harrison and Grimthorpe – the missing link, by Geoff Sykes 103

Volume 42/2 (June 2021)

‘Helping to save the works of our old masters from oblivion’. The master clockmaker Alexander Grosz, by Gerhard Milchram and Tabea Rude 172

What’s in a name? The family and early years of Thomas Tompion, by Adrian A. Finch, Valerie J. Finch and Anthony W. Finch 187

1716: ‘A watch of new construction’ – a meeting of two great horological minds, by Robert St-Louis 199

George Graham and John Theophilus Desaguliers: mixed mathematicians, by Ann McBroom 219

Two silent-pull timepieces with unusual features, by Dennis Radage 243

Volume 42/3 (September 2021)

Salomon Coster, the clockmaker of Christiaan Huygens. The production and development of the first pendulum clocks in the period 1657 – September 1658, by Ben Hordijk and Rob Memel 323

Watch-glasses in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, by Anthony Turner 345

The ‘Chevalier de Béthune’ escapement by Daniel Cousin, translated by Anthony Turner, revised by Jonathan Betts and Anthony Turner 349

Joseph Dodds and Robert Leslie – a mystery solved and an interesting discovery made, by Jonathan Betts and Dale Sardeson 365

Unravelling the history of George Savage, by Andrew Blagg 378

Introduction of the Indian Standard Time. A historical survey, by Debasish Das 384

The itinerant pawnbroker, by Chris McKay 396

The export of clocks and watches to China by East India Company captains in the early nineteenth century, by Simon C. Davidson 400

Volume 42/4 (December 2021)

An early sixteenth-century drawing of a spring clock in a fifteenth-century astronomical manuscript, by Philip A. Bell and Richard L. Kremer 467

The changing face and place of John Bennett, 1846–1963. Part 1: The nineteenth century, by David Rooney 477

Harrison and Ellicott on watch wheel finishing, with notes on Samuel Hoole, by Anton Howes and Anthony Turner 493

Carriage clocks that are five-minute repeaters, by Thomas R. Wotruba 511

Clocks at Ardingly College, by James Nye 519

Geo. Cotton & Sons – Clerkenwell spring manufacturers, by Paul Myatt 525

The firm of Drury Brothers, manufacturers of bells and gongs, by Hugh Richards 531

The passive resistance watch, by Chris McKay 535

Volume 43

Volume 43/1 (March 2022)

Huygens’s pendulum clock invention — conclusive proof of its first printed image, by Sebastian Whitestone 25

The Third Earl of Bute’s patronage of Alexander Cumming, by Charlotte Rostek 38

The horological career of Alexander Cumming, by Jonathan Betts 48

The ‘Kew trials’. Reflections of the highs and lows of English watchmaking, by Mike Dryland 71

The changing face and place of John Bennett, 1846–1963 Part 2 – The twentieth century, by David Rooney 88

Four watchpapers, excavating layers of history, by Su Fullwood 102

Volume 43/2 (June 2022)

Bartholomew Newsam, c. 1530–1587, by Adrian A Finch, Valerie J Finch and Anthony W Finch 174

Leonardo da Vinci’s spring-driven clocks. Part 1, by Dietrich Matthes 197

Scrutinizing Huygens’s Figura drawing, by Mart van Duijn, Ben Hordijk, Rob Memel and Jef Schaeps 208

The Priors: a successful British watch brand for the Ottoman market, by Luigi Petrucci 214

The rise and fall of Samuel Wilkes, Birmingham dialmaker, by John A. Robey 222

‘The feminisation of the horological craft’. Gisela Eibuschitz and Kitty Herz, forgotten Jewish pioneer horologists, by Gerhard Milchram and Tabea Rude 241

Volume 43/3 (September 2022)

Leonardo da Vinci’s spring-driven clocks. Part 2, by Dietrich Matthes 317

Illustrations of weight-driven clocks in some early printed books, by Marisa Addomine 327

The Athos clock strike locking system. Part 1: Introduction and description of the locking mechanism, by Spiridion Azzopardi 336

Jonathan Paine: ‘Inventor of the illuminating dials’. Part 1 – ‘the bells pealed merrily, and the people gave repeated cheers’, by James Nye 345

Benjamin Martin’s ‘Table clock upon a new construction’, by Guy Boney K.C. 362

Materials expertise and networks: The case of Johann Conrad Fischer (1773–1854), by Artemis Yagou 374

Volume 43/4 (December 2022)

The Athos clock strike locking system Part 2: The five tower clocks found to be fitted with the system, by Spiridion Azzopardi 463

Jonathan Paine: ‘Inventor of the illuminating dials’ Part 2 – ‘there is a great deal of screeching and squalling in the neighbourhood’, by James Nye 480

Henry Sully, RÈGLE ARTIFICIELLE DU TEM(P)S – 1714 Vienna, 1717 and 1737 Paris, by Robert St-Louis 495

The Savage family legacy, by Andrew Blagg 509

Prototype lantern clocks. Part 1: The inspiration for the first lantern clocks and the Harvey workshop, by John A. Robey 521

Making a luxury clock in late eighteenth-century Paris, by Anthony Turner 530

Thomas Tompion 271. A case and movement reunited after more than 200 years apart, by Richard Newton 535

Some aircraft clocks, by Terence Camerer Cuss 541

Museum profile: The Irish Museum of Time, Waterford, Ireland, by David Boles 545

Volume 44

Volume 44/1 (March 2023)

Prototype lantern clocks. Part 2: Newly discovered clocks, by John Robey 23

Two precision clocks by William Nicholson, by Jonathan Betts 34

An early demonstration of the spiral balance spring by Isaac Thuret, by Rory McEvoy 43

Daniel Quare (1648–1724): Yorkshireman, activist, Quaker horologist and businessman, by Ann McBroom 56

The Lepaute tower clock of the future King Louis XVIII in Versailles (1780), by Denis Roegel 82

Jacob Winter’s shopfront in Stockport, Cheshire: its history, context and conservation. Part 1: Jacob Winter 1865 to 1904, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 91

A sphygmochronograph for registering the pulse, by Thomas Schraven 101

Volume 44/2 (June 2023)

The ring-watch of Emperor Charles V, by Víctor Pérez Álvarez 169

‘Summe Dyrections towards the makinge of a smale watche, of brasse’ – A guide to watchmaking techniques in the seventeenth century, by David Thompson 179

The life and watches of William Anthony (1764/68–1844/47). Part 1, his life, by Ian White 207

Peter Litherland’s patent watches and their successors. A fine-grained history of rack lever watch production, by Michael Edidin 223

Coming home: a tavern clock by John Dewe of Southwark, active 1733–1764, by Martin Gatto 231

Jacob Winter’s shopfront in Stockport, Cheshire: its history, context and conservation. Part 2. Jacob Winter – his later life and legacy 1865 to 1904, by Steve and Darlah Thomas 237

Volume 44/3 (September 2023)

The life and watches of William Anthony (1764/68–1844/47). Part 2, his watches, by Ian White 322

The Bull family of clockmakers Part 1. John Bull (c. 1535–1589), by Adrian A Finch, Valerie J Finch and Anthony W Finch 339

‘Forever addicted to the mechanical’– Rudolf Kaftan and the Vienna Clock Museum, by Tabea Rude 353

The conservation treatment of a refracting telescope on a universal equatorial mount c. 1741, signed Hindley, YORK, by Timothy M. Hughes and Matthew Read 369

From oil painting to enamel watch case: a latter day Metamorphosis, by Anthony Turner 377

Volume 44/4 (December 2023)

Clockmaking and practical mathematics in the provinces of Britain and France, 1500–1800, by Anthony Turner 461

The Bull family of clockmakers Part 2. Randolph Bull (c. 1557–1617), by Adrian A Finch, Valerie J Finch and Anthony W Finch 488

Grande sonnerie monumental clocks of Detouche and Houdin (c1855). Part 1, by Denis Roegel 507

John Donegan’s watch factory in Ireland, by David Boles 517

Stephen Rimbault (1711–86), by James Nye 529

Picture Gallery: Three coach watches, by Artemis Yagou 538