Working on this Eurmaca trading (Plate 1088). Found that the pendulum lift was missing a m2.5 pin so I made one, no problem. Well then the oddness of the lift apparatus became apparent in that the two stop pins on the bottom plate are wider than the lift arm will swing. Its like the designer and mechanical engineer were not on the same page. When assembling the lift I assumed that the fully lifted arm should be just beyond the spring loaded stop pin locking it into lifted position. Next when you lower the pendulum the arm stops well short of the stop pin.See attached pics. Looks a little odd with that arm out in the middle like that. On another issue, looking at the mainspring arbor you can tell the arbor was put in before the ratchet wheel, because that step deformed the arbor such that it cannot be removed. Little filing should sort that out. See pic Nice looking little clock with signs of sketchy build. Hopefully it runs well.