1948 catalog lists Bop Flange Hats and Be-Bop cymbals 18" to 26" (, p150) 1949 Trans Stamp II ? 1951 Trixon addition to Avedis Stamps (1950s generally) 1952 Trans Stamps IV ? 1955 Large Stamps (3 types): Hollow Block (HB); Large with 3 Dots; Large without 3 Dots 1956 1957 Late 50s Small Stamps (two sub types A and B) 1958 Mounting Hole diameter goes from 7/16" to 1/2" ?
1959 1960 60s stamps (two sizes): short 1 3/16" ; and tall 1.5" 1961 1962 1963 New Beat Hat as special order bottom 1964 1965 1966 Visible hammering on bottom drops out "early 1960s" according to Bill Hartrick ?
Note that to put a link into a forum post you must use whatever mechanism the forum has for inserting a link.
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The link will end in #Hollow Ink Z and if you copy this link and then paste it into an email or into a forum post it will be a direct link to that entry.A Zildjian Stamp Timeline Chinese Cymbals G Zildjian Cymbal Mystery Italian (UFIP) Cymbals K Zildjian - Canada & US Timeline K Zildjian - Constantinople Timeline K Zildjian - Istanbul Timeline Stamp Anomalies (new) The city of Turkey officially changed its name from “Constantinople” to “Istanbul” in 1930.It was not until many years later that the K Zildjian Cymbal factory updated its cymbal stamps.The first stamp that included the word “Istanbul” used a tall narrow font, and eliminated the word “trademark” which had appeared on earlier stamps under the word Constantinople.This stamp was the last one to use the old fashioned way to abbreviate the phrase “and company” as “& CThe phrase ‘K Zildjian’ was shrunk compared to the preceding stamp.