In 1979, Karel Frantisek Wiesner performed a tremondous total synthesis in $59$ steps of the 13-desoxydelphonine. In one of those steps there is a very tricky Wagner-Meervien rearrangement. I tried to find something by myself, I also look on the net, I found this and you can see page $8$ they have the same problem than me.
What is the mechanism of this rearrangement ?
Just to be a bit more clear, the acetate which looks to appear magically obviously don't, it comes from the previous step because of the solvant, they just heat several days after so the solvant is still the same as you can see in the picture below.
If someone has an idea, I would be glad! Thank you in advance :)