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TOOL ID :Watch Parts Holder? "Click" to Login or Register 
There is a flat metal disc in each piece.
I think the cup sides may be useful to be parts holders, BUT to put this back as a stacking set the parts would all be laying on the flat discs when I returned to the job.

That isn’t sensible. What the heck is this tool?

Posts: 144 | Location: New York in the USA | Registered: September 23, 2018
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I think they are coasters to sit a drink on. Smile

Dave Turner
Posts: 1979 | Location: Wilson, North Carolina in the USA | Registered: November 15, 2011
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sharping stones ?? For gravers and to dress your screwdrivers and other tools
Posts: 175 | Location: New Hampshire in the USA | Registered: March 04, 2015
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A set of polishing blocks, 90 cents back in the day of 1892Smile
Posts: 2264 | Location: Gladstone in Australia | Registered: January 14, 2011
Wow. This came with a large lot of watchmaker’s tools. But could be coasters!

One of three flat plates is not in there. So then this is a set of polishing blocks?

The two surfaces look to have super fine lines all parallel. Like a belt grinder finished them. With a loupe I do not see one being more fine or coarse.

Are they capable of dressing or sharpening some tool or a part in a watch? ThankYou Sir.
Posts: 144 | Location: New York in the USA | Registered: September 23, 2018
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