2 is a lovely cigar cutter and 5 is, I think, a measuring tape which looks like a beehive
Yes Rog, that chromed Deco style is very attractive on mechanical nick-nacks ~ you're right too on the tape-measure
No 7 is a fruit press, poss French
Right again Rog, I suspect the walnut body misled you to think it was French. It's an Italian fruit press of handsomely carved walnut on an elm base with an iron hinge, collar and support with a metal spigot for the juice to run out.
(4) is a boot maker's tool, and is dated 1627.(6) is a 'palm pistol' of circa 1900.
4. Try again quickly, it's a race to find out.6. It is indeed a palm pistol of the variety known as 'Chicago palm pistols'.
Is number 8 a child's money box?
8. It is as you say a money box (of the 'Mauchlin ware' genre.)
1. Monsieur Reynard's chopping knife, steel with a brass and walnut handle.3. a cheese-wire set in a handle (note the handle of the cheese-cutter has a silhouette similar to the cap which takes its name).4. is a forester's rase-knife (often mis-called a race knife) used primarily for marking trees.