I just picked these up yesterday and cleaned them up today. The sizes are 22, 12, 16, and what I believe is a Premier 2000 model snare drum. The wrap is in pretty nice shape for its age with some light swirl marks and only a few little blemishes though. The chrome is pretty nice. The bass and floor are mahogany and the rack looks like it is beech or birch possibly looking through the tom mount holes. All three have re-rings. The snare is kind of heavy and a magnet does not stick to it. There are a few blemishes on the snare and it looks sort of greyish where the chrome has flaked in a few places. Not sure if it a brass drum or aluminum, but I would assume aluminum. It has the long rod through the middle. The bass pedal is missing the rubber cover plate for the pedal. The hi-hat is missing the upper rod and clutch. It has a pretty cool cymbal mount on the bass which has a mini-boom. The cymbal stand is nice, the snare stand has some light rust. One of the rubber gaskets on the basket has split and they all 3 seem dry rotted to some degree. The throne is a Ludwig and is missing the small rubber feet. It is not the most comfortable seat due to its size nand thinner depth. They came with some leather looking cases. The cases had some serious cigarette smoke smell to them. I washed them in the clothes washer 4 times and left them to dry in the garage and they still carry some smell. I even had vinegar in the washer to help with killing the smell. Much better than they were, but not 100% gone. From a couple of feet away they look like they just came out of the factory. I feel very fortunate to have found them. The heads are smooth EverPlay Extra except forthe well used snare head which is coated. Does any one have an idea on when they were made? I am assuming early - mid 70's because of the mini-boom cymbal on the bass. The wing nut on it says 1975, but that could have been added later, of course. One of the drums has a serial # in the 900's, the others are all higher.