Hmmm...this looks like an easier set than sometimes. I have ideas about
more than one or two.
1097--would appear to be a specific gravity (relative density) measure
for liquids; drop it in, and the scale bobs to the right level.
Apparently, it's calibrated in thousandths (e.g. 1000 = unity).
1098--Wagon jack. The rod is alternately levered up the front and back
prongs of the stand to lift the load.
1099--The business end of a peavey, which is used for manhandling logs.
There'd generally be a wooden handle maybe four or five feet long
attached, and a hinged hook attached to the handle around a foot from
this end to clamp down against the side prong when rolling logs.
1100--a case for a camera lens
1101--Clearly a caulking gun for dollhouse windows. You can't have a
drafty dollhouse, after all; it wouldn't be right. Okay, I'm clueless
on this one.
1102--Sheet metal bender blocks, similar to those sold by Lee Valley
(but maybe finished in a different color). The two pieces are
magnetically attached to vice jaws, and metal clamped between them to
impart whatever angle you want to it, so long as its not more than 90
degrees. I have a set, but haven't needed to use them yet, despite
wishing for something similar several times before I got them.
Now to see other people's ideas...
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