UTENSILS* Metals* of all sorts, wire*, wood*, maybe some rubber* or plastic* parts, etc.
Most of these utensils have a "circa" patent date of 1870 to WWII (mid-1930s/1940 mfg. time) & were purchased in German flohmarkts, 1988-91. Many purchased in the United States from the late 1800s till mid-1900s were made in Germany and imported into the USA. Many can be found in Linda Campbell Franklin's manuals of 300 Years of Kitchen Collectibles or some Victorian "antique & collectible utensil" manuals. Only a handful in this collection were manufactured in the USA. The info is provided when known.
Assorted - pinchers L & R; copper soldering tool - center
possibly a baker's scraper - German
Known as batter whips; wooden handles could be blue & white; blue, yellow, red, green, or unpainted.
Inscribed as "Batter Beater - Curved to fit the Bowl"" - this red one, U.S. patent 1930.
"Strains, Drains, Beats, Blends, Whips, Mixes"
older wire batter whips
seems like a cake lifter or server vs. a pie server
L - Globe Delivery Company
cake whips & mixing spoons; perforated steel; R - c. 1900
FRAKO D. R. G. M. (Germany, used 1891-1952) (https://www.toledo-bend.us/VCL/info_2/drgm.html)
candy cutter, possibly, OR herb mincer, OR noodle cutter, OR a wall surfacing tool; just don't know.
L = Swans Down Cake Flour mixing spoon; R = a batter whip or skimmer
Swans Down Cake Flour
Keglined, Muehlebach, & Piels
cake mixing spoons
Made in "Germany"
Rheingold & Ballentine
Every beer company (using hops) gave away bottle openers, commonly called "church keys."