Today was a Road Trip Day, up to the North Central Indiana Hamfest, a small but very nice event. I bought up a few things there -- a 50 Mc/S transceiver (Seller: "What'll it take for me to sell you this rig? It works!" Me: [names utterly ridiculous price] Seller: "Sold!" And so it goes), a coax feed-through and hardware for it, some switches and a meter.
On the way back, we stopped at several large antique shops and at one, I picked up a funny-looking box. Seemed heavy but not too heavy -- a deluxe sewing kit? poker chips? Backgammon?
Then I noticed the word on the lid: "PHILCO."
It's a nice little nutdriver set, sort of a long and short, with multiple sockets! All 5/16" hex drive, nonstandard but a reasonable tradeoff between size and strength for the long one.
I bought a few other things as well, some of which I'll write about in subsequent days. The entire road trip was about 140 miles, including one hamfest, one military aviation museum, one flea market, two antique malls and one of the best barbeque places in central Indiana.