So I came across a vintage Election monopusher chronograph. It's a nice watch and am considering making an offer, however the seller states (as well as many other sellers of similar Election watches) that the watch contains a Valjoux 22. This made sense as the Valjoux 22 is a monopusher column wheel chronograph movement, however, according to watch-wiki.com (https://www.watch-wiki.net/index.php?title=Valjoux_22) the Valjoux 22 is a 9-column column wheel movement and the picture of the movement in this Election watch, posted below, is a 6-column column wheel movement.
Now, at first I thought it might be a Landeron 52, however this movement doesn't really resemble a Landeron 52, from pictures that I've seen. That being said, upon some further research, I found this post on OnTheDash.com (OnTheDash - The definitive guide to Heuer) that states that an earlier version of the Valjoux 22 was 6-column and was later updated and made to be 9-column; though in those pictures, the later watchers are not monopusher chronographs, so i'm not sure if that post is relevant or not.
What do you guys think?
As always, thanks in advance for any insights,