Info on Cymbals ?

Sjeb2012

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Hi all, I have some drum gear that I have inherited from a deceased estate that I will need to sell. Just looking for some info so I can gather prices. Have attached photos of the cymbals. There are other pieces too not a full drum set as I have been told but bits and pieces.

Any info would be greatly appreciated
 

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jda

Silver Member
the Dark Crash Thin is an American K. Zildjian.
 

type85

Member
It looks like you have a 2002 black label 24" ride.
Can you verify the six digit serial number? It's about 1" from the edge of the bell, that will determine the age.
Can you also measure the cymbal and verify it's a 24?
I would say the Paiste is worth more, probably in the $350 range if it's a 24" and in good shape (no edge damage).
 

Push pull stroke

Platinum Member
If you’re near a decent-sized city, post them on Craigslist or Facebook marketplace. If there’s a music store nearish to you that buys used gear, see if you can sell to them. Otherwise, post them on here, or on reverb.com and eBay.

You’ll get the least hassle from selling to a music store, by far. Not the best price, but the least BS and least wasted time.
 
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