Thank you very much John. I will try to identify it tomorrow and keep you posted. I can take the face off and get a pic here later on. I fear that this is going to be hard work. Thanks again for your trouble and speak later. Regards,Mike.
Can we see a picture of the watch with the pallet fork in and the balance wheel out close-up would be nice. Then when working on a totally dead watch why was it totally dead?
Basic watch repair and terminology differences but the meanings the same. Check the roller jewel always important in older watches they get loose. The guard pin on the pallet fork make sure it's not bent.
Would you have a picture of the dial side of this watch?
Then hairsprings usually are not a separate component. It's usually a balance complete.
Then the link below lists case numbers that might help to identify the movement.