Hey, I *have* one of those! #3159. My father bought it sometime
around 1970, I guess. It's a combination tool consisting of two
screwdrivers and a hammer, nested together. To access the small
screwdriver you unscrew the silver-color knob and pull it out from
inside the brass handle; to access the large one you unscrew the
brass handle, which doubles as the handle of the screwdriver, and
pull the blade out from inside the hammer shaft.
Mark Brader | "If there had been government -- and dare I say industrial?
Toronto | -- research establishments in the Stone Age, by now we
Ok the hammer, one that I played with when I was a kid, had many more than
2 screwdrivers as mentioned by others. IIRC it had 5 or 6 straight blade
screw drivers.. The smallest would work well on eye glasses and about 1.5"
3161 Looks like a plugger to check condition of a block of cheese. WW
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