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Hi, Finding a match for your number is ***** to be very hard especially matching the patina and being cloisonne enamel I'll opt out and let another expert try to help you. Thanks Mike
I agree with Mike that replacement will be difficult. There is no place you can just go and buy the numerals like going to the supermarket. Replacing the entire clock face might be another option. If you decide you want to keep the clock face, then your best bet would be to find a cloisonne artist (your nearest university art department is a good place to start) and see if she or he can replicate the other numerals and perhaps do a little "aging" to try to match the patina on the other numbers.
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