I am seeking information regarding a clock movement that I have. I have only the movement, face, and hands. No one in my local clock group has ever seen a movement like this. I bought it because I thought it is interesting. I was told that it came out of a Swedish tall case Mora clock. It doesn’t look anything like my other Mora clock movements, but the size of the movement, dial, and calculated BPH are similar to other Mora clock movements I have. The face is 11 ¾” in diameter. All the threaded parts are very crudely made and most will only fit one hole. The winding drum spools are wood. The escape wheel has 36 teeth and the BPH is 3780. It has a recoil escapement with very curved faces on the anchor. It has a disc that indicates the day of week in Swedish, and also has a hand that indicates the day of the month on the dial. The worm driven vertical fly governor is unique and works great. There are no markings on the movement or dial face regarding maker. I’m wondering if it was married to the Mora clock. I have repaired the movement and have it running on my test stand with spare Mora clock pendulum and weights. It runs well keeping a steady BPH and turning over the day and date in the middle of the night. Any ideas about the maker?