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and others could refer to it, after entering in their infro and was avail online, so all could use it to record infromation, as well for drums selling elsewhere. 1972 No prefix letter, number underlined 1973 Prefix Letter "A" followed by numbers 1974 Prefix Letter "B" followed by numbers 1975 No prefix letter, number not underlined.
If there is a change to be made, then by all means make it, just please post the new version so I can use it! and hope to find out if Bruces wife, Cathy, is ready to dig into some of his records and get the dating info. I've gathered the earliest paper tags I could find on this site under "paper tags" section. [sign in to see URL] From the first mailers found in 1953 they were boasting, in print, about all the features of the Rogers drums with "serial number inside." Might of been Grossmans idea to keep track of sales. The Ludwig serial numbers came about when production started to rocket from the Ringo spark 1960s.
Rogers Centre is located in the heart of the entertainment district of downtown Toronto at the corner of Front and John Streets, west of the CN Tower.
Rogers Centre is just a short walk from Union Station (subway and train station), just north of Toronto's Harbourfront.
The LRT (Light Rapid Transit) train line runs along Queen's Quay from Union Station and stops at Spadina at the south end of Rogers Centre. Walk north on Rees from Queen's Quay to north side of Bremner Blvd.
for the Gate 7 entrance to the facility (in use during events only) as well as Rogers Centre Box Office.