Swiss Watchmaker's Rounding-Up Tool and a Brass Uprighting Tool possibly by Gustav Boley, the brass rounding-up tool with hand-powered wheel with line attachment to the cutter arbor, vertical rise and fall cutter frame with steel handle, horizontal holding device and slide for holding the work, all mounted on a hardwood base, ht. 10 in.; the uprighting tool on a four legged base with thumb-screw work holders and a vertical positioning arbor, ht. 7 1/2 in. Literature: Theodore Crom, (1980), Horological Shop Tools, 1700-1900 page 261.