I just took in an OSWALD Rolling Eye clock (in the form of a Scottie dog) for repair. This is my first time seeing one in person. It was missing the winding key which is threaded to turn counter-clockwise. Fortunately, I located a suitable key in my parts bin. The movement is very dirty, but with just the slightest winding in order to coil the mainspring to get it away from the clock case (it was uncoiled and jammed firmly against the case), the old movement started trying to run, so I'm hopeful. Anyway, I've looked things over and not sure how to proceed. I am a bit baffled as in how to extract the movement from the case.I THINK removing the 3 nuts from the long threaded posts might be where to start but would really appreciate some advice from someone with experience with these. Thank you very much.
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