The horological guides in Clocks Magazine's 'Expert Library' series are quickly becoming must-have items for horologists everywhere, and may be the ideal birthday or Christmas present for the clock or watch enthusiast in
your life. So if you or a loved one want to make a start in a new area - or just to brush up on your knowledge of a particular topic - these are ideal.
Worth? Price Guide to Clocks 2014, our newest guide, has been printed in a limited edition of 500 copies, so order now to avoid
disappointment. This is the most up-to-date
horological price guide on the market, with prices drawn from clocks sold at recent auctions.
Clock Repair, A Beginner's
Guide by Ian Beilby is now in its second printing and is the most popular clock repair guide on the market today. It is a concise,
clear and easy to understand guide for the absolute beginner to clock repair. Besides repair instructions, it contains essential
advice on fault finding and a comprehensive glossary.
American Clocks An Introduction by Ohio-based Tom Spittler tells the story of the many distinctive horological styles thrown up in the United States over the last 300 years,
from the early brass-movement tall clocks of the colonial period to the ubiquitous spring-driven clocks of the Victorian era.
Beginner's Guide to Pocket Watches by Ian Beilby is essential reading for everyone in the early stages of assembling a collection
of pocket watches. It takes the reader through all the main types, and then shows how to dismantle, clean and re-assemble an American pocket
watch. There is also a comprehensive glossary of relevant horological terms.
More horological guides are being planned, so watch this space for new developments.
By following the links you will get a chance
to have a look inside each of our horological guides to help you make up your mind if it's what you are after.