The movement shown here, an AM 395, is with a a diameter of 12 lignes a rather large, classically constructed mens' watch movement with indirect center second.
It bases on the calibar AM 390, which is enhanced by a center second indication, but it is still marked as "AM 390" on the dial side.
The construction of this movement is really classy: The large screw balance, which is of course not yet shock protected, regulates a pallet lever movement and beats with 18000 alternations per hour.
The effective length of the hairspring, which is fix connected to the balance cock, is adjusted by a long regulator arm.
Since the base movement, the AM 390, only uses a decentral center second hand at "6", all gears are on the same level of height.
For the center second mechanism, the third wheel has got an upper wheel connected to it on the outer side of the bridge. This wheel drives the small sweep second pinion, which is located under a tiny bridge with a jewel bearing. This jewel bearing is the 16th jewel of this movement, since here, as usual on old movement, the minute wheel is not yet ruby-beared.
A friction spring, which is positioned in a cutout of the main bridge, is responsible, that the center second runs smooth, since it gives a little tension to it.
On the dial side you see the yoke winding system with a very unique shaped setting lever spring and a partial helping minute dial, which was required in former times when the timegrapher was not yet invented, to regulare the movement without dial and hands.
Later on, the AM 395 was produced by Felsa as Felsa 395.
The specimen shown here was completely gummed and therefor had to be dissected, cleaned and oiled completely.
The AM 395 runs very well in the horizontal positions. Why it has got very large deviations in the vertical positions is unknown.