The British Horological Institute (also known as the BHI) is the representative body of the horological industry in the United Kingdom.
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... The institute's gold medal for an outstanding contribution to horology has been awarded to 1928 Frank Watson Dyson - Astronomer Royal who introduced Greenwich pips ...
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