You might remember this movement from a box lot. Wouldn't run at all, and the setting and winding mechanism was non functional.
I have no idea what movement it is, see this thread.
I had another movement that was similar, neither repairable - but enough parts between the two to hopefully make one. I chose the Rotherham and Son marked movement as it is 15 rather than 13 jewels and in better overall condition.
Assembling the train
Train in place
Barrel bridge - polishing the rust off the wheels took a looong time
Dial side, setting assembled and balance cap oiled and in place
Tested movement and reversing after run, then lever bridge.
Balance straight out of cleaning fluid. I hate these, as you have to dismantle the whole shebang to clean the top balance jewel. Oh well, I guess I am getting better at them.
Finished - started up as I screwed in the balance cock. Now running it and checking timing.
Video of it running.
I'll case it up in about a day assuming no problems crop up.
Final score: replacement clutch, second wheel, minute wheel, stem, and setting bridge!
Click only looks odd because it is only slightly wound.