This is my latest clock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dR3y-6C9Yx8. Based on William Strutt's epicyclic gear clock from the 1830s, with a guest appearance from Ferguson's Mechanical Paradox.
I like it. It looks like you have several version of the clock with the first one partially based on Clayton Boyer's clock. Great job on all of them.
I also did a few experiments using an electromagnetic drive circuit. The starting point was the electronics and magnet from a cheap pendulum drive circuit similar to Quartz Pendulum Drive Unit Module General Movements Clock Repair Accessories`H2 | eBay
The design normally drives a free swinging pendulum using a single AA battery. Adding a second AA battery was required to overcome the extra friction from the pawls. It is still in the experimental stage. I am still fiddling with the pawl and ratchet design. There is a slight instability where the pendulum does not swing far enough to engage the pawl, but it almost always engages on the second swing.