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2 hours ago, Geo said:

I reckon it's a sleeper.  Due to the lack of wear and abuse, it looks like an "Old New Stock" replacement movement  that has never been used.

One way might be to take out the pallets and look for signs of wear. One thing for me that gives it away as been cleaned not to long ago are the pins most of what I see are modern and new. 

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