I have this wooden movement in for repair (Seth Thomas - Thomaston on dial on wooden painted dial). How do you wind the clock? I have two ropes, one at each end of the drum. One is to hold the weight on a hook (no pulley). The one is to wind the weight up again. How do I get it wound initially after re-assembly? What is the configuration for winding? See photos. If anyone can confirm that it is indeed a Seth Thomas and give the circa, I would greatly appreciate the info. The case was made out of chestnut from the family farm in NC. The clock has been passed from generation to generation. Case stands about 8' tall - I had to stand on a ladder to remove the hood & movement. The weights are tin wrapped around lead weight and soldered, then filled with lead & shot. No top on the tin, but there is a bottom on it.