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Flat grey, Beavertails, Cleveland tags; no later than early 1966.



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Thanks for the quick response Dan1C. " no later than early 1966." But no earlier than '64, because of the Beavertails?

Guess it shall remain difficult to date these drums because of the crossed out tags.

One other question please. Do the crossed out paper tags hurt the resale/collectibility of these drums?


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Thanks for the quick response Dan1C. " no later than early 1966." But no earlier than '64, because of the Beavertails?

Guess it shall remain difficult to date these drums because of the crossed out tags.

One other question please. Do the crossed out paper tags hurt the resale/collectibility of these drums?




Does not affect the value of the drums at all.

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Well, those 'Tower' tags could be used for dating since they represent what numbers the available Tower tags were up to. They are relatively close together, and all 3 drums wear them. In any event, they put the drums some time in 1966.

Does not affect the value of the drums at all. Of course, there's going to be some super-fussy collectors out there who don't like 'crossed-out' tags.
That's their problem....

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Anyone that has a Rogers drum that they bought or know for sure when it was bought, please post the info about the drum. This helps us with improving the accuracy of the dating guide. We need date, size, color, lug type, paper tag info, serial numbers, model, all info about your drum. Just the one you are absolutely sure you know the year it was purchased.

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I purchased a COB 5x14 7 line DynaSonic in the summer of 1964 at Schmit Music in Minneapolis. Serial number 2892. Clockface strainer with the black inset. Letter D stamped in the strainer. The 192nd Dyna with Beavertail lugs. Square tuning rods. Tall rims. Pointed end badge. Black painted ends on the snare frame (no caps). Black elastic on the frame.

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Jack check these guys out on ebay [url=[sign in to see URL]

They have Dynasonic serial number 2893 in the store and they were asking about information on if it's nickle over brass.

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There were no nickel Dyna's.

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Hi there.
I have just purchased a Chrome Powertone 14x5 snare; the seller listed it as being from the 60's, but from reading previous posts on this forum it looks like it may be early 70's.

Would anyone on this forum be able to help me with the dating? The tag is listed as being from Fullerton, CA and the serial number is 20652.

Thanks,
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1970-1

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Hey.

I need a little help on my rogers snare that i bought 3 years ago.

Here is a link to a post with my pictures and information:

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Most of the information you require will be found on the ENGLISH ROGERS section of the forum.

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