HELP identify this wood movement??

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  1. mbegalla

    mbegalla Registered User

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    Standard looking Terry design but unusual placement of the escape wheel mounting block?? any clues??
     

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  2. Peter A. Nunes

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    Probably from Mark Leavenworth's shop. They are listed in the back of the movement identification supplement (#208, part1).
     
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    thanks Peter I appreciate the response
     
  4. rmills888

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    Peter,
    Isn't the location of the count wheel pinion on the left side of the wheel (facing the works) also indicative of Mark Levenworth.

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  5. Peter A. Nunes

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    Yes, I think so. I look for that and the slanted escape wheel bridge as a place to start, then look up the details from there.
     
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    Sure do look like a Leavenworth type.

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