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Clocks is the world's leading independent horological magazine, established in 1977, with an international circulation. Every month it is packed with articles on horology, including clock collecting, profiles on clock makers of the past 300 years, clock repair and restoration, clock making, antiquarian horology, horological news, readers letters ... and more. All you need to know about clocks in one handy place, which you can have delivered to your door every month simply by taking out a subscription.

Why not have a sneak peek inside the current issue or get a sample copy? Or read some pages from our limited edition What's It Worth? Price Guide to Clocks 2014. Or one of our other best-selling horological guides, including Clock Repair, A Beginner's Guide, now in its second printing.

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The current issue of Clocks Magazine is April 2015. The next issue, May 2015, will be published on 24th April.
Our website includes a selection of useful clock repair articles from previous issues of the magazine. So if you've got a clock needing fixed you may be able to get some pointers there. If you don't know what's wrong with your clock, why not have a look at our horological fault finder? In addition, there is a selection of interesting interactive glossary of horological terms;
  • A selection of Letters to the Editor from previous issues;
  • The Editorial from the current issue of Clocks Magazine; or
  • Our new monthly Newsletter


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