As you might have noticed, I just used the picture sequence as the parts were disassembled. Now that the hands, dial, date ring and calendar retaining plate are removed, the movement looks like this from the dial side. I apologize again for the yellowish tone of the movement, a bit too much light changed it to yellowish from reddish.

You get a nice view of parts that are normally hidden to the observer that just unscrews the case back. The setting mechanism is the most interesting part here. Also the castle wheel is clearly recognizable. Also interesting the lower part of the shock protection.

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