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Old 02-11-2021, 11:02 PM
healthie healthie is offline
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Default Bought 3 cymbals for $100

Bought these for 100 - 2x 16”, one with a stamp “made in Italy” but the lathing and hammering looks the same. Maybe a pair of band cymbals? And a 14” zildjian hollow logo with ‘made in Canada’ - are these ‘79-81?
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Old 02-16-2021, 03:12 AM
Peedy Peedy is offline
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Default Re: Bought 3 cymbals for $100

The Canadian Zildjian is going to be about 1975-81 as a best guess. On the Italian cymbals, could you put up their weight in grams? Band cymbals do tend to run a tad heavy.


Edit - a close up of any Markings on the Italians would be good too.
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