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The Society’s AGM will be held on Tuesday 17 September commencing at 8pm at Pines Senior Citizen Centre, 25 Central Road, Blackburn, VIC 3130

The AAHS membership is dedicated to the collecting, restoring and preservation of ANTIQUE CLOCKS and WATCHES, and also Literature and Tools associated with Horology.

We have monthly meetings with a comprehensive library and ongoing workshops and projects. We conduct members-only marts twice a year.

The AAHS is also involved in the promotion of the Society throughout the wider community, Historical Societies, Councils and Museums.

The Society conducts a array of projects and workshops to promote the correct maintenance of collections.

What We Do

  • To promote the study, research, repair and knowledge of clocks, watches and related tools.
  • To encourage and foster interest in relation to all aspects and all periods of Horology.
  • To promote an interchange of collecting and study interests between members.
  • To collect and preserve Horological information and historically important Horological items.
  • To encourage the preservation and development of Horological skills and techniques, particularly those of earlier periods.
  • To encourage restoration which is sympathetic and appropriate to the period of the Clock, Watch or Horological Tools.
  • To publish and circulate newsletters, books and other information that furthers the objectives of the Association.
  • To affiliate this Association with kindred Associations within Australia and overseas.

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