A couple of weeks ago, I posted that I acquired a silver Tuckaway case along with matching handle and blade bank. (I'm still looking for a New Improved head, however. :-() Early last week, I got bug up my butt and decided to take my first ever shot at doing a restoration. Before: After: According to advertisements from the time, the original lining was velvet and satin. The current lining is more like felt and twill. There are some dark areas along the edge of the upper case lining from where I used too much glue and had some seepage into the fabric. Ideally, this should be redone but that is something for another day. Now, you may be wondering about the logo on the lining. This was a bit of an experiment. First, I downloaded this image from the wiki associated with another forum: Then I went to RubberStamps.net and had a 1.5" wide stamp made with the image. The actual stamp was done with silver ink. It's not perfect but seems to add a nice touch. BTW, I didn't try to fix the dent in the cover. I think it adds character in a "stopping a bullet" kind of way.