Caliber 78?The overall characteristics of the movement lead me to believe that it's probably by Le Phare who specialised in this sort of thing. I can't find an exact match, though.....
A wonderful watch!
The squirrel is 14 K Swiss hallmark Reading Swiss hallmarks and other marks found in watch cases Look at the shape of the shield also to date the watch before or after 1933. UK import hallmarks? A search on the internet shows that Bishop was active around 1900 in Bournemouth UK. Also you will find a Vulcain minute repeater with similar dial but different movement or a JW Benson with similar minute repeater parts but different movement http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mint-J-W-Benson-of-London-Minute-Repeater-Watch-1890-/361078487555inside cover
also has a 14k mark in a box also what looks like a squirrel
Inside back cover
also has a 14k mark in a box and also has what looks like a squirrel
also 2 other hallmarks up on the winder / push button. Can't read them!