From a propmaking perspective at least a few of these tools should be included in any vintage vampire hunting kit. The genre-defining kit carried by Van Helsing was filled with this kind of stuff.
"Then he fumbled in his bag, and taking out a matchbox and a piece of candle, proceeded to make a light."
"Another search in his bag, and he took out a turnscrew."
"He only said, "You shall see,"and again fumbling in his bag took out a tiny fret saw. Striking the turnscrew through the lead with a swift downward stab, which made me wince, he made a small hole, which was, however, big enough to admit the point of the saw."
"First he took out a soldering iron and some plumbing solder, and then small oil lamp, which gave out, when lit in a corner of the tomb, gas which burned at a fierce heat with a blue flame, then his operating knives, which he placed to hand, and last a round wooden stake, some two and a half or three inches thick and about three feet long. One end of it was hardened by charring in the fire, and was sharpened to a fine point. With this stake came a heavy hammer, such as in households is used in the coal cellar for breaking the lumps."
Part of Stoker's genius is that he realized the hammer and stakes were just one small part of what a vampire hunter would need. Getting access to the monster, by breaking into a crypt and then a sealed coffin, required careful planning and the appropriate tools.