Start Guide on dating vintage rings

Guide on dating vintage rings

It tells a story, not only in what it is, but where it's been; the roads traveled, its relevance to drum manufacturing, and its influence on music.

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We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time. The demand for this kind of information is absolutely too overwhelming for one dealer to fill.

In reality, the early days of drum manufacturing held no regard for dating or serializing a product for chronological relevance.

A future significance in chronologically cataloging a product produced by Ludwig wasn't foreseen.

The Ludwig Shell molds from 1960-1967 were 3-ply mahogany/poplar/mahogany shell with 1” solid reinforcement rings.

The interior of the shell was clear in 1960, and by 1961 all shells were white up until 1967.

Schwab & Sons, 1923 Purses ~ New Bead Book, 1924 M.

Instead, articles are added on a regular basis to JEWEL CHAT on line Magazine, a wonderful reference for information on many makers and styles of vintage jewelry.

First Generation Ludwig Script logo Brackets appeared from 1962 until early half of 1965. The bracket was designed with a threaded housing tapped on the bracket itself, allowing for a wing head bolt to be fastened in potion onto the L-Rod.

Mid 1965 saw the rise of a second generation Ludwig script logo bracket.

By then, the shell mold changed from using a mix of mahogany and poplar to using maple and poplar in the same style 3-ply mold.