The AHS shop

The AHS publishes a wide range of specialist books, monographs and exhibition catalogues as well as back issues of its quarterly journal, Antiquarian Horology. It also sells gifts.

AHS publications and merchandise can be purchased online using PayPal or a credit or debit card, or by contacting head office.


****The BULLE-CLOCK of Favre -Bulle has been re-printed****




Available now

£15 to members

£20 to non members



****** BOOK SALE: UP TO 50 PER CENT OFF ******

In order to make room at Ticehurst for new publications, we are holding a major book clearance sale, with big savings on important AHS titles such as English Clocks for the Eastern Markets and Thomas Tompion at the Dial and Three Crowns. We are also clearing a range of older titles at just £5 each with some at only £2!


Reduced prices Special price £5 Special price £2
Ian White, English Clocks for the Eastern Markets £50 now £34.50 to members                             P.A. Hewitt, The Deacon Family of Leicestershire Clockmakers                                                                   Clifford Bird, Metamec, the clockmaker, Derham                                
J.A. Neale, Joseph and Thomas Windmills, £20 now £10 to members Your Time.  
Jeremy Evans, Thomas Tompion at the Dial and Three Crowns.£25 now £20 to members D.H. Bacon, Watchmaking in Llangollen by Robert Hughes  





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 John Carte on Horology and Cosmology.

John Carte’s remains on horology and cosmology, published for the first time in collaboration with Turner Books, offer fascinating and intimate glimpses of the practice of English clock and watch making in the age of Tompion. This is a rare insight into the ideas of a first-class working clockmaker concerning his trade, how it had developed and could be improved, together with his conception of the structure of the cosmos that he represented in his geographical and cosmographic clocks.

The text is transcribed with explanatory commentary and a contextual introduction that includes new biographies of Carte himself and the master to whom he was apprenticed, Samuel Watson.

95 pages with 15 illustrations in colour and black and white. Printed p/wraps.

This can be purchased only direct from Rogers Turner Books at 24 rue du Buisson Richard, 78600 Le Mesnil-le-Roi, FRANCE.


Price £25 plus postage of £1.50 (Europe) £2.50 (rest of World)