The stamped trademark appears to read "Damon Haike Ld" around the outside, while the horizontal word is clearly "DARAIKE". A google search turns up a number of tools attributed to "Damon Raike", often for sale in the Ukraine and other former east-bloc countries. My example is odd because it really does look like "Haike" and not "Raike" on the stamping.
Below, a photo of a pair of linesman's pliers of this make that someone is selling on the web:
The name is clearly "Raike" on this example. I can't find any information on the web about the company history, but that isn't unusual for European-made tools. However, based on the online ads, it appears that this German company produced a variety of tools including micrometers (as well as some toys) so it can't have been a small firm, but it has since slipped into obscurity, perhaps following a decline in its fortunes after World War II.