This is an early AS (Adolph Schild) movement, which was already equipped with
an anchor escapement, while the bridges and dial screws still remind of an cylinder
On the dial side, there are still the old AS- and the Ebauches Trust marks. Probably
this movement was released under the Ebauches Trust roof.
The movement didn't use a shock protection, but has got a long regulator arm, which
ends on a very detailed scale. The bearing jewels are located in chatons, on the
visible side, and the anchor wheel bridge is very helpful for service works.
Altogether, this is a very pleasing movement, technically as well as optically.
|dial view with old AS- and Ebauces Trust signs|
|Number of jewels||
Anchor with pallets|
Nickel screw balance|
|Balance cock direction||
Long regulator arm|
Fourth wheel, Third wheel, Center wheel
|Beats per hour||
|Image in Flume Werksucher ||