Full polish, Triangle Tools era. The single slot selector knob is a later design, being from about 1977 to the company went out of business in 1994. Earlier TTE selectors had a tri-wing design. From inception in 1967 to about 1977.
Snap on F711A stubby. These usually are 11 inches long, but this one is 7. Looks factory. Date code 1977. 20 teeth. 3/8 drive
My NOS 1/2" drive Bonney ratchet. Full polish. Don't let the seemingly low tooth count fool you. The double pawls actually double the effective tooth count to 72.
The B3408. Lineman's ratchet, or Scaffold Ratchet. I do not know to much about this ratchet. I know it was made from at least the 50's thru 70's. This one has a 77 code. Some have a large flat selector switch to use with gloves. Some have the regular one (could have been changed). Has a B3409 socket 7/8, the socket opening on the end of the rat is also 7/8, this points more to a scaffold rat. Has a locking pin to hold the socket. Hard to find.
This ratchet has an additional stamp of "37," which we are assuming, based on multiple examples and patent dates, is March 1977. However, it could be as early is March, 1967.