An iron Little Giant leatherworking riveter. The riveter has a long lever connected to the riveter that moves upward when the lever is pushed down. A threaded bolt sits directly above riveter. Raised metal type, on both sides of riveter reads: [LITTLE GIANT].
A metal leatherworking draw gauge. The gauge has a built in sliding ruler that runs through the handle near the center and measures up to four inches. The ruler is marked by engravings into the metal. At the end of the ruler there is a marking engraved into the metal that has letters, but it is difficult to read. At the other end of the ruler, there is a small screw that, when tightened, secures the sliding ruler. The ruler at the top of the handle there is another screw and a small space where a blade would be placed. When tightened, the screw would secure a blade.
A leatherworking edger with rounded wood handle. A small brass piece of metal is found at the connection point of the wood handle and metal edger. There is a either the number  or letter [T] engraved into the metal above the brass pieve. The handle is round with wider portion at end opposite of edger. The metal edger piece is curved. At the end of the curve, the edger extends from the curve to create a sharper edge.