Here's my latest acquisition from eBay. I only bought it because (bedsides the price being right ) I thought the cutout in the front plate looked unusual, and it appeared to be a smallish eight day movement.The plates measure 6 1/2" X 8", which is I believe, small for an eight day movement. But it will be quite a restoration project. Some of the wheels and pinons look pretty sad. My cousin has some quarter sawn red oak in his woodpile, and has offered to plane me out a piece 1/4 inch thick. I asked him to leave it 1/32" or so heavy, and intend to hand scrape and plane it to size, as that is the way the original would have appeared. I believe I can insert new teeth on the broken wheels, and new leaves in the pinons, but will probably have to make a new strike side great wheel. That original is pretty far gone, and has a ton of glue of unknown origin on it. I am also not wild about all the solder on the back side of it. My copy of the bulletin supplement was destroyed a number of years ago when my hot water heater sprang a leak. Can someone look this one up, and tell me what I have? And please correct me if I am wrong when I say I think an eight day movement in this size is a little unusual. (The odd cutout in the front plate is not original. I guess someone didn't realize that these movements are usually built on the front plate, not the back.) When I make the new plate, I am just going to drill the usual round hole.