This is 7 issues of the Antiquarian Horology Journal from 2004 to 2009.
Condition: These are used copies in very good condition. They have tight binding and clean white pages - see photos.
Publisher: The Antiquarian Horological Society UK Years: 2004-2009 Format: Softback
Issues: Vol. 28 No.1 Mar 2004 Vol. 30 No.1 Mar 2007 Vol. 30 No. 4 Dec 2007 Vol. 30 No. 6 June 2008 Vol. 31 No. 2 Dec 2008 Vol. 31 No. 5 Sept 2009 Vol. 31 No. 6 Dec 2009
The Antiquarian Horological Society (AHS) is a learned society formed in 1953—but perhaps that makes it sounds like a dry old thing. It most emphatically is not! Indeed it is the hugely vibrant centre of all things related to the history of timekeeping, and brings together over 1500 collectors, curators, conservators, repairers, dealers, historians (of science, technology, culture and much more) and many more besides, across nearly thirty countries. It channels resources derived from that membership into supporting education, research, publishing and the pursuit of excellence.
The AHS memberships spans all age groups, and number the students of West Dean and BCU among its number, through to founding members who have seen the Society grow into the modern powerhouse of horological research, writing, information exchange and simple camaraderie. If you have any interest in the world of clocks, watches (including wristwatches) or any aspect of the material or social culture associated with time, the Society offers you much. A jewel in the crown is the quarterly peer-reviewed journal, Antiquarian Horology, which contains scholarship at the forefront of research, as well as news, opinion, letters, beautiful colour illustrations and excellent book and literature reviews, which are wholly international in scope.
The Antiquarian Horology Journal is published by the Antiquarian Horological Society UK and is printed to the highest standards with many colour pages, each issue contains a variety of articles, the AHS programme, news, letters and high-quality advertising, both trade and private. A complete collection of the journals is an invaluable store of horological information.
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