This was gifted to me by a kind soul - many thanks! Given it's age I restored it without doing anything too radical. It was washed with kero to loosen the grease and swarf and the slots cleaned with a tiny brass wire rotary brush. Then after another wash and a final clean with a tooth brush it was allowed today. The lid with the transfer and paper sticker were also gently brushed with kero and came up very well. The old screws were so rusty inside, one snapped off but after some very careful persuasion the rest came out ok. The hinges and catch were then cleaned up a bit but not polished. The taps and dies were actually in good condition and only needed a wash in some spirit cleaner. This is oldest set so far, apart from my BA set and I'm very pleased, not just because it's old but because it will be very useful!