1- Long Nose Line cutter (snips, spring loaded-returns to an open position after cutting the line. Cutters have a slight convex curve). Used to reach in to tight spots to cut line.
2- "C" loop hook
3- "S" loop (for looping lines around a pin etc.)
4 (Short)&5-(Long)- Grooved tipped line holders (hard to see, but the ends have a 'v' groove cut into a flat stock brass)
6- Long tipped gluing pin
7- Same as 4&5 only longer
8- Long nosed line holding tool (thin wire with a bent hook inside a thin brass tube). Has a finger tip control near the handle to open and close the tip. Think of it as a long reaching holding tweezer. Tip will self hold onto the line until you release it with the control knob. Like having a third hand.
9- Short gluing pin tool
10 & 11- Same as 2&3, only longer.
Not shown- Assortment of short and long nosed tweezers. Both straight and angled.
I also use clothes pins as temporary weights to keep tension on a line so I can free up my hands to work with the rigging tools. and mini alligator clips as "clamps" to hold lines together.