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9 shell bits 1/16" - 7/16"
sash bits 3/16", 1/4"
14 center bits 1/2" - 1 1/2"
Jennings auger bit 1/2"
flat, rose, Snail countersinks
dirll bit 1/4"
plain and forked (split nut) turnscrew bits
half round Rimer.
Maples lists kits from 12 - 60 bits. the 36 bit kit is the smallest that has the turnscrews. the 1889 Sheffield trade list shows the same bits only it's rinder insteat of rimer. I don't know enough to understand the details I would call the bit a reamer.