My three Paasche AB Turbo Airbrushes. (L to R) Paasche ABL Turbo [left handed]; and Paasche AB Turbo Model B [for horizontal painting].
1930s Paasche Model MLS. This airbrush was the pre-cursor to the Paasche VL series airbrush. The patent year on the body is 1928. This airbrush is unusual in that it has an adjustable collar that pushes the trigger back — more or less making it double as a single-action airbrush.
Mid- to Paasche Model "B" airbrush. The angle of the spoon (color cup) indicates it was designed to work on horizontal surfaces. The Model "A" was designed to work on vertical surfaces, such as an easel.
Possibly a Thayer and Chandler Model A Airbrush. I'm basing that assumption upon the shape of the handle.
Early 20th Century Thayer & Chandler Model A airbrush. The last patent date on the handle is 1897. The case is wooden with a faux leather veneer. The handle is lighter than the typical Bakelite handle, which would suggest that it may be hard rubber. That would place this airbrush around the 1910s to early 1920s. Needle was intact, but corroded, and the nozzle was in perfect condition.