My son and I had a fun day today. Started out by getting in line early for an estate sale about 15 minutes from my house. Not surprisingly, the newer Pearl drums and Pulse cymbals were priced much higher than the dirty old Ludwigs and Zildjians. I left the Pearl and Pulse items for someone else to treasure. 22" Bass and 16" floor tom are WFL, 9x13" tom is Ludwig (about 1965), snare is a Transition badge Ludwig Pioneer in Black Diamond Pearl, and the Zildjians are Trans Stamp (12" hats and 15" crash, both very thin) and 70s Stamp 18" medium ride. A WFL Speed king high hat, Speed King bass pedal and an external bass muffler complete the ensemble. I will be on the lookout for a blue sparkle 9x13 WFL tom, a nickel WFL P-83 and a 22" WFL hoop. This is not the find of a lifetime, but I am very pleased. We then headed to a school surplus auction, but ran into some competition when they got to the musical instruments. I was outbid on some well used 70s Slingerland drums and a 32" Ludwig concert bass, but I did walk away with a nice set of Musser chimes (because, why not?). I will look for a school or pit drummer who might need them. All and all, some quality time with my son and some future fun cleaning these up.