JCK Moves Offices to New York City

After more than 70 years in Pennsylvania—first in Philadelphia, then in suburban Bala Cynwyd, Radnor, and King of Prussia—JCK magazine is moving back to New York City. It will be moving to the corporate headquarters of its parent company, Reed Business Information, 360 Park Ave. South, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10010. The magazine traces its roots to the founding of The Horological Review in New York in 1869. Less than six months later, a companion journal covering jewelry was founded and named The Jewelers' Circular. In 1873 the two merged, and from this eventually grew the present-day JCK. Jewelers' Circular-Keystone magazine resulted from a merger of The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review with another jewelry trade journal, The Keystone, in 1935. Shortly after, the magazine was acquired by the Philadelphia-based Chilton publishing company. Since then, JCK has maintained
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