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what is this movement??

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Hello, thanks to all of you who helped me out on my last question about Molnija pocket watch.

Yesterday, I opened up my new vintage watch, Justex 21 jewels full anker hand wound watch.

I took the movement apart and serviced it but I could not figure out what kind of movement it is.

All I know is that it has 21 jewels with frequency of 18000A/h .Any ideas would help.

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