I can't identify all of them, but I'll toss out a few I know. The blue one in the bottom row is for an Elesta ECT100. The two on the far left, middle row, are beam switcing tube sockets - 26 pins and 20 pins respectively. The two on the far left, bottom row, look like a G10/241E socket and an ETL duodecal socket. The tiny black one on the far right looks like a camera viewfinder CRT socket. The green one in the upper left is an 8422 socket.
Here is a list of socket identifications for the picture in my previous post.
Cinch socket for 8422/5991
Soviet socket for IN12/IV22
Socket for IN1
Brown Cinch 13 pin socket for various Nixies and dekatrons
Black 13 pin Cinch socket for same.
Modern Chinese ceramic socket for 13 pin Nixies
13 pin Nixie socket used in various HP counter modules.
26 pin beam switching tube socket
20 pin beam switching tube socket (also works for some Nixies)
13 pin specialty socket used for the HB105 pixie tube.
16 pin specialty socket used by the 6167 dekatron tube
17 pin specialty socket used by large ETL nixies like the GR10J
Socket for NL840 nixie tubes
PCB socket used by B5440 tubes.
Duodecal socket for British dekatrons
Duodecal socket for American dekatrons (yes, they are not the same!...British dekatrons have smaller diameter pins.)
Modern Chinese ceramic duodecal socket for register tubes and CRT's
Special socket used by the Elesta ECT100
Special socket used by the Rodan DK24
Soviet 13 pin socket used for 13 pin Soviet dekatron tubes.
Unfortunately I only have two 13 pin Soviet dekatron sockets and not much chance of getting more; they are pretty hard to find. You can sometimes find them on the Russian tube vendor sites that sell surplus miscellaneous tubes, as they are also used for some CRTs.