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I don’t really know any other way to find old clock parts other than the way you’re already doing it.
As far as making your parts W.R. Smith puts out some great videos covering “Wheel cutting” “Setting up you machines” etc. Check out the following url http://www.wrsmithtelegraphkeys.com/videos.htm
Whether using a lathe or a mill you will need something to index your wheel blank if you want to cut gears. There are many types of dividing heads available and the type of machine you use will determine what type of indexing setup you’ll need. If going to use a lathe you’ll also need a milling attachment…again depends on what type of lathe.
That link and those videos should be a lot of help.