Half-plate hollow-back movement, the escape jeweling in place with cap jewels on balance (diamond), lever and escape. The train, uncut fusee and much of the steel work loose in the box; the keyless work and and the as yet uncut compensation balance in their own pill boxes, both numbered 3155. The Lancashire frame stamped E*S (Edward Scarisbrick) and also with the finishers serial number 3155. The frame 41.5 mm diameter, the purpose made pine box 16 x 10 cm, its lid with paper label also numbered 3155.
Edward Scarisbrick, Prescot, one of the better known rough movement manufacturers, for which this part of Lancashire was justly famous.
This came from the unfinished stock of the Hector Golay firm that ceased manufacturing around 1910, since when I doubt it has been touched. The Scarisbrick frame is not of their own manufacture and goes to show that the firm were also finishing up rough movements, to order, from other suppliers.
NB: Looking a the parts it would seem this movement was intended to show a state-of-wind indication
All rough movement are rare survivors but like this, in its finishers box, even more so. In good clean condition.