Out of sheer curiosity - what is a base movement for OP XXII?

Out of sheer curiosity - what is a base movement for OP XXII?

radekw
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radekw
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May 5th, 2012, 8:05 pm #1

used in a Ferrari 015 model. I have tried search functions and hey didn't bring an answer.
Thanks to everyone in the know. Anyone have picture of it?

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Radek
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J-F.
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May 5th, 2012, 9:57 pm #2

The base in an Aghenor movement, pretty good machine !
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radekw
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May 6th, 2012, 8:05 am #3

Agenhor, at least you didn't laugh me off, J-F ;-))) Thanks!
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radekw
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May 6th, 2012, 4:38 pm #4

The base in an Aghenor movement, pretty good machine !
An answer from Panerai tehchnical department:

"The perpetual calendar movement used in the FER15 and FER16 is built on a Valjoux 7750 caliber existing by Panerai on which is added an QP module from Agenhor .

This module exists already by Agenhor, but we have a specific version for Panerai where we added levers to ensure the position of the pushers at 30° to fit with our cases (usually this angle is much higher and moreover it is not the same for the pushers at 2 o'clock and at 4 o'clock).
Moreover, a lot of improvements driven by Panerai have been made on this module during its development."

Not that it matters, just a little clarification from a technical point of view..

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Radek
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