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#1 vollon

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 02:21 PM

Maybe you can help me on this one.
I recently purchased an L drum for $ 600 ; the body assembly is stamped "The Seymour Products Co , Seymour , Conn " and is finished in a dull blue color.
The cover assembly is stamped " U" and is from Auto-Ordnance, finished in a black oxide finish.
Does this "composed" drum has any influence on the value ?
It is in excellent condition , no rust , dents etc. I haven't tried it yet so I dont know if functioning is ok.

Thanks for helping me .


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#2 Hawkeye_Joe

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 05:24 PM

It's just mismatched. In the new TCA newsletter Don Hall offers to help match up mis-matched drums like your's get in touch with him.

Don Hall
3584 BiBo Rd.
Golden Valley, Az. 86413
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