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foxhunter

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May I indulge you again and identify these items.
I think they have a role in saw sharpening.
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Cheshirechappie

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Those are Engineer's scrapers, used to adjust the fit of bearings on shafts by scraping out minute amounts of metal. I think the top and bottom ones are triangular scrapers, the middle one is a half-round, as far as I can tell from the pics. From the style of the handle and ferrule, the middle one is an oldish Eclipse - a good quality make.

They're breeding! There were only three pics when I first commented. They are all engineer's scrapers, though. Good 'uns, too - Eclipse and Moore & Wright are both respected brands.
 
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