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A friend gave me some tools that he inherited from a watchmaker. I can't figure out what some of them are and would appreciate your help in identifying them.

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3 A and 3B are screw head slotting files.

5 A is a screw plate.

6 A is really self-explanatory it is for measuring watch crystals

4 A looks like some sort of puller, hand or cannon pinion

1 A Looks incomplete I think it is the main part of a watch main spring winder.  

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Now that you've identified some of the items, I see things on them that I initially did not catch. The slotting file has very fine teeth on the edges. The center holes on the screw plate are threaded.

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1A is a K&D adjustable mainspring winder. Missing the part that hold the spring.  

5A is a screwplate. Either for finding out which screw you need or for making new screws. Or repairing screw threads with? 

 

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