Having done a little reading tonight and again came back to a little term - negative set. From what others have said, my little Dennison cased Tavannes is a negative set movement although it does not have the patent stamping like others have.
Can anyone explain how negative set works, and is it any better a system than the pin set of a Borgel, or any other system?
All i know, is that my watch winds as normal, you pull the crown out and wind the crown COUNTER clockwise to wind the hands forwards. So, opposite to the CLOCKWISE direction for winding the watch.
Here's a picture of the movement in question.