What is the Horological Journal
your monthly insight into horology
The HJ contains leading articles on historical and contemporary clock and watchmaking, servicing, repair, restoration and conservation. We aim to maintain a good balance of theory and practice, covering clocks, watches, turret clocks, and electric and electronic timepieces. Although technical in nature, these articles and the news we bring from the industry are also of interest for collectors and other horology enthusiasts.
The Horological Journal (HJ) is the oldest continuously published technical journal in the world. First published in September 1858 it has appeared monthly ever since – without fail.
Members of the BHI receive a copy of the HJ every month free of charge. Indeed, the HJ is only available to members of the BHI.
Article of the Month, April 2019
Mark Baird, ‘Using a Raspberry Pi for Wheel Cutting’
The Raspberry Pi was invented to encourage people to explore the world of computer science, and has been put to some very inventive uses. Here, Mark Baird shows how it can be used for wheel cutting in horology.
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As a member of the BHI you automatically receive the HJ – in addition to other membership benefits, including privileged access to our collection, study facilities, workshops, events and training and education courses. We can send the HJ to your home or business address. It is your choice. All you have to do is join the BHI.Join the BHI
advertise in the HJ
With an advert in The Horological Journal (HJ) you reach an audience of thousands of people who make, repair, restore, collect and sell clocks, watches and other timepieces – in the UK as well as abroad. The HJ is also read by many others who are interested in timekeeping and timepieces. In addition, it goes to industry leaders, policy makers, academics and students.
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Write for the HJ
Would you like to write for The Horological Journal (HJ)? We welcome industry news and articles of a technical nature on clocks and watches, modern and antiquarian, as well as general interest articles on other horological subjects. For more details or for an informal chat, please contact our Editor Rachel Reeves on +44(0)1636 817602 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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