I was at the pawn shop and I bought one of those Craftsman roll around tool boxes. It's three pieces and all ball bearings, etc.... I paid $70 for it and it was full of tools. A lot of the stuff I understand what it's for - taps, dies, tiny drill bits, etc.... However, there were a bunch of compasses and these measuring tools in there. I was wondering if anyone could let me know if these are worth keeping for a non-machinist like myself (once in a while I'll tap a hole or something) of if I should bring them to Savers or something. The brand on the micrometers is L.S. Starrett Co. in Athol, Massachusetts. This is kind of cool because I'm from MA. They claim to be the "World's Greatest Toolmakers" so I figure that they must be pretty good. The calipers, which I can use, are Brown & Sharpe and Etalon. The former say Swiss made, again that usually means stuff is good when it comes to precision things The second pair are also Swiss and say Made by Roch in Switzerland. I figure either pair are better than my Harbor Freight calipers, right? The two dial things are Alina and also say they're Swiss. Maybe the guy who pawned the stuff was Swiss or something.