The second tool from the bottom is a dresser and this is generally used to flatten the sheet lead. It can also be used to 'set in' along upstands and 'rolls'.
Dressers have been made from yellow plastic for the last 40 years. They last longer than boxwood and do not mark the lead so much.
You're mostly correct. I would call that a Mandrel and its used for straightening extruded lead pipe. A Dolly is sometimes a tool made from solder and a drain rod to assist bossing corners etc.
A chase wedge is for setting in corners and driving in roll ends.
You were given lead tools.
A bending stick
A bossing stick.
A chase wedge for setting in corners.
A bossing mallet.
A small mandrel.
All used by plumbers and now leadworkers to install sheet lead and pipes.
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Just a quick note to all those that use second hand scaffold boards in their work.
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