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Getting to the Face!

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I have an Elliott clock with precisely the same movement as OldHippy's photograph in the topic where I posted this first.  The numbers have fallen off the dial blocking the passage of the hands.  I am a complete novice but I would like to be able to stick the numbers back on and get the clock running again (as it is a sentimental value family piece from my wife's family).  I thought that, if I removed the screws from the back (some of which are missing), I would be able to pull out the cylindrical movement, giving me access to the face.  I have tried that and the movement isn't budging out of what appears to be a solid wood case.  Can anyone help me with an explanation of how to get to the face of my clock?

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