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Hopefully you can tell me info. VINTAGE RARE SIGNED CYMBAL

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Hoping to have your help once more. Please take a look at the photos and if possible tell me anything you can. I have a few similar cymbals that I have found to compare to just need an experts opinion.

Thank you,

Amber

616 531-9714

[email]kentwoodoutlet@gmail.com[/email]

Posted on 9 years ago
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Where abouts do you live..?

Canada,?

I've seen this pic before..

Bop iT / Til U Drop iT.

ROGER's
1964 Cleveland,.18/14/12 in WMP
1966 Cleveland, 20/14/12 O'natural.
Fullerton,...20/16/13/12 Silver Glass

WFL
1957 B/R Super Classics In WMP

Snares..
Wood & COB Powertones,
Wood & COB Dynasonics,
57 Jazz Festival

Zildjian avedis cymbals.
40s/60s era.
Posted on 9 years ago
#2
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K. Zildjian Constantinople, probably from the 1930's The writing on the back of the bell says the same thing only in Latin script.

Posted on 9 years ago
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I live in grand rapids Michigan was hoping that the symbols had a little value to them can you please tell me a ballpark idea what you're worth

Posted on 9 years ago
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From scotts-superstore

I live in grand rapids Michigan was hoping that the symbols had a little value to them can you please tell me a ballpark idea what you're worth

What I'm worth? That's incalculable. Priceless even.

But as for the cymbal.......what size is it?

Posted on 9 years ago
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the size is 12 3/4 "

Posted on 9 years ago
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did you measure across the BOTTOM of the cymbal? (as you should)...

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 9 years ago
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yes measured bottom

Posted on 9 years ago
#8
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photos attached believe weighs 905 grams

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Posted on 9 years ago
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The grommet in the bellhole tells me that this is an orphaned marching band cymbal. This means its a heavier type than a drum set type. That translates into less interest. In this size it's the drum set players that would be your market. Drummers will buy the heavier ones and adapt them for use as hi-hats. But unfortunately this size is too small for that. So I think you be doing well if you could get somebody to pay you $100 for this piece. Comparables are essentially non-existent, so would be an estimate. There's just not a much of an interest in the smaller and heavier ones like this.

If you had a 16" or larger it would be a completely different story. But keep fishing around...maybe you'll find one.

Posted on 9 years ago
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