From home page click on Standard Electric Time; then on "MOVEMENTS". Look at the "Hammond" movement. This is pre-ITR and the earliest I have seen. Is this the picture you are looking for? Hammond had worked for Standard Electric Time and had copied some of their exclusives as soon as the patents had expired. If you wish to reply direct, my email is:
Thanks Jeffrey. No, the one you pointed me to was for large master clocks. Dey originally bought its electric masters from SET and then later ITR loosely copied the SET movement and made them in their Endicott factory after buying Dey. The ITR Model A movement I am looking for was a very low voltage unique movement designed by ITR. It was not very good movement as the contacts often failed. Later Model A's used a better movement. I have a poor picture of one but not a clear picture.