I recently acquired the estate tools from a leather working business.
Some of these I am not familiar with
1) Adjustable creaser
It is used to enhance the edges of plain straps etc. It creates parallel lines inside borders of decorative work. Adjusts from a fine line to heavy lines
The only markings was a "2"
3) Trim knifeMakers marks "Irwin, 900, USA"
The curved edge of this trim knife cuts more aggressively than a standard edge. The downward point can get into areas other knives cannot.
"A (shoe symbol) Geo Barnley & Sons, Sheffield Eng, 1"
6) DividersNo makers marks
A copper washer is at the base of the wing nut
7) Maun Revolving head punch
9) Footprint wide jaw pliers
"(Footprint symbol) Footprint, Made in England"
10) Maun Wad punch
11) Edge Tool - Barnsley