A System 4 reel and
an unmarked Phillipson spin rod? For $20? Congratulations on successful larceny! I bet you couldn't get to your car fast enough.
The photos below are of a 6 foot, Phillipson Epoxite ES60UL factory spinning rod. The grip shape and reel seat match the unmarked rod, although the Epoxite seat is a darker color. The double loop guides were only used by Phillipson on fly rods and fly/spin rods (I don't know of other vendors). The unmarked rod has a more tapered ferrule than the Epoxite. I think whrlpool is correct that this is a kit rod, perhaps from Orvis. The unmarked rod ferrule was not wrapped across the transition and there are some gaps in the guide windings.
The third photo is the rod rating on the ES60UL rod. This was shown as a fly/spin rod in the 1974 catalog. The rod was suitable for lures up to 1/4 oz and monofilament of 2-6 lb test, or a 5 weight fly line. The rod has three double loop guides and three small spinning rod guides. Phillipson also made a 6 foot Swamp Fox spinning rod with the same grip design, reelseat, and lure/line ratings as the Epoxite. I would expect the unmarked rod to have the same lure/line characteristics.
The rod grip and female ferrule
Phillipson spinning rod guides, including the unique double loop guides
Rod model number and specifications
Classic meets modern