Several correct answers have been given.
Three in one, easy fold, triple, cutter, through needle, knife, Stainless S
teel Tobacco Pipe Cleaning
This metal tool has four pivot points. It is eight and one half inches long
in its extended position but only three and one half inches long in its co
mpressed postion. Correspondingly it is three inches wide when extended but
six inches wide when compressed. Two circular arcs at one end meet when it
is fully extended. There are two small tabs at the other end with a trade
name on them.
Frog Gig; Pentadent for hunting eels.
This plastic and metal tool is approximately five and one half inches wide.
There is a plastic (possible bakelite) handle which can be removed and sto
red inside the metal compartment. One side of the metal compartment is hing
ed and can be opened or closed. The other side has an opening with a revolv
ing metal shaft with plastic bristles set in it. It appears to be missing s
ome of the bristles. Plastic wheels on either end of the shaft extend outsi
de the metal compartment. There are metal walls on either side of the brist
led shaft extending half way up.
It's a sweeper but not for lint.
This aluminum tool is nine inches long. An expansion spring returns it to i
ts open position. Two ridged, oval jaws meet early flushly. One of the jaws
extends across and beyond the other jaw on one side.
Too large for use as a garlic crusher but it is used in the kitchen.
Uterine Curette. Thanks to to GW Ross; I didn't know what this was and neit
her did the seller.
This four-inch long metal and plastic tool is in the pliers family. The han
dles are coated in a red rubbery plastic. The closed postion creates a near
ly circular opening a little less that 1/4 inch in diameter.
It certainly looks a lot like and end cutter but the meeting edges are not
This tool is in the metal scissors/cutters family but who uses them. The bl
ades are 1/4 inch deep and have two types of metal in them. One for the cut
ting edges and another for the deeper part. The deeper parts have a small g
ap between them when the cutting edges have been completely engaged.
This six-inch long metal tool has a complicated pair of jaws. One jaw exten
ds to either side and has recesses and bent tabs. The other side has a shar
p tooth that moves with the lever action.
This plastic and metal tool is almost 9 inches long. It has an expansion sp
ring which keeps it in the closed position. One of the jaws is much shorter
than the other one and fits inside it. The other is approximately two inch
es longer and ends in a one-inch long serrated region.
This five-inch metal tool is in the pliers family. It opens and closes free
ly. The jaws are short cylinders with indentations on the facing sides near
This seven inch long metal and plastic tool is in the hammer/chisel family.
The head has a hexagonal cross section. The other end flattens and comes t
o a point but has a raised ridge running down the middle of side toward the
These pictures show two knives. The questions are who uses each one and for
what purpose. One is a seven inch long metal knife and is a very solid obj
ect. The previous owner could not provide any information on its history. I
t does not appear to have been kept well but one edge is still sharp; the o
ther side is dull. The other knife is 3 1/2 inches long and is mainly metal
but has small decorative stones in the handle it comes to a sharp point wi
th sharpened edges.
Here are the pictures...