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Top left looks like a vise for holding a hand saw while sharpening.  Maybe the center tool is to set the teeth?

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49 minutes ago, Ron Dudelston said:

Top left looks like a vise for holding a hand saw while sharpening.  Maybe the center tool is to set the teeth?

That was my thought about the saw vice. The saw tooth set is a definite possibility! Thanks!

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14 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Is that a scorp on the right? 

That could be, Gene. That's the only picture he sent. Maybe I can get him to get some other angles. Thanks!

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1 hour ago, Ron Dudelston said:

Top left looks like a vise for holding a hand saw while sharpening.  Maybe the center tool is to set the teeth?

Could be a vise to hold a crosscut saw to sharpen too. Looks like some kind of Scorp too, as Gene mentioned.

 

Herb

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It might well be a scorp but I’ve never seen one with one handle. 

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Middle tool is vintage wire/barbed wire fence stretcher.  Many versions out there. 

 

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/durbin-durco-wire-fence-stretcher-501-1823213110

 

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Don't think that is a scorp . The blade is attached by rivets. maybe a scraper. Just not heavy enough for the scorp.

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