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Yes, you can use Dr. Ranfft's archive to determine the movement (bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements).

Or at least post photos of the entire movement, preferably with the balance wheel at the bottom. It is also helpful to measure the diameter of the movement, since that is also a useful piece of information.
 

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Thank you guys, I'm currently on the move but once I've settled down I'll take it to a watchmaker and post more pictures here!
 
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