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I think you show a broken pivot. That would need re-pivoting by someone with experience and a lathe.old french clock from 1800's - that's all I know about it. There is a piece that is broken - the little tip that slides in the part that I show in the pictures. Any idea what it's called so I can replace it? Thanks in advance.
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Is this a clock that chimes on the quarter-hours? It appears to have three winding arbors, and one of the parts you show appears to be a four-ramp cam, which would be used on such a clock.
Please take better pictures and post them. Include a picture of the clock dial so it's clear if this clock has three winding arbors. As it stands it's not possible to advise you properly.