Since I don't have enough projects (HA!) here is another I got this AM. The movement is by Joseph Ives, he and Jerome had some common interests circa 1832-1836 with Nobel Jerome being employed by Ives as early as 1816. There are examples of this movement with both Ives and Jerome labels, and there are examples of C & N Jeromes' rack & snail striking movement in cases with Ives labels. There are also examples of these two movements in cases where one claims "roller pinions" yet have none. Others exist with "repeating strike" labels yet has the Ives count wheel movements. They did a lot of mix and matching and didn't have a robust control of their products or assembly processes. But, it makes for interesting discussions and further research. This one came out of Horton's recent auction but its buyer discovered it looked better in photos than in person, so it came my way.