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Old 04-01-2018, 08:44 PM
JoeDrum22 JoeDrum22 is offline
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Default Another older Zildjian - made in turkey

Could you take a look at another old Zildjian? This one measures around 16.5 in. dia. Medium to heavy weight. No cracks.
The stamp is worn, but I think it says "made in turkey", and Istanbul.
Thank you very much
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Old 04-02-2018, 12:17 AM
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Default Re: Another older Zildjian - made in turkey

K Zildjian Istanbul Hartrick Intermediate Stamp:



from: http://black.net.nz/old-k/old-k-int.html

The expected price is: about $250 with half selling for between $188 and $324 n=7

and more price info is here:

http://black.net.nz/old-k/old-k-prices.html#16

If it is a full 16.5" measured across the bottom (so you don't include the bump of the bell) then it is a nominal 17" and might fetch a little more. I haven't got enough 17" cymbals to give separate results, but as a general trend larger diameter cymbals fetch more money. Many of these Turkish made K Zildjian cymbals are a little undersized which is why we talk about a nominal 17" if it measures a full 16.5" although not everybody follows that convention of rounding up. But I tend to in my data collection and analysis.
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