Well, I don't know the official terms because I'm only an amateur. What I meant saying "full wind" on the 1575 (which is of course an automatic) is: I turned the crown about 40 revolutions so that I'm absolutely sure the mainspring is in the "slipping area". Thats "full wind of an automatic" for me.
Status update: After 30 hours the watch is 11 seconds ahead of the atomic clock. So the "about +9 result" of the timegrapher seems to make sense. I will observe until sunday evening if this is continuing.
Not a great picture. Taken at the bench with the lights and cellphone. Elgin Grade 430 3/0s in a jobber's case, Elgin 714 Shockmaster, and Wittnauer Revue 73. The Witt dial was shot so I just stripped it down to metal and did barely enough polishing the make it un-ugly. I didn't think it was valuable enough to justify restoration. Probably all will go to the auction site now that I am done with them.