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This is a story from Bob Henrit about this drum, which Bennett also refers to: “He’d say, ‘Dear boy, come and have a sit in the car’. He’d say, ‘Dear boy, have a drink’, and hand me a bottle of brandy.One day he showed up and said, ‘Dear boy, open the boot [trunk]’. He said, ‘I don’t need them any more; do you want them?It has always been assumed that Mal Evans installed the Rogers tom mounting brackets on Ringo's drum kits.

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Included metal plates inside and custom “iron cross” metal plates on the exteriors of the bass drums for added strength.

I tracked down Dave Golding and found him to be a wealth of untapped information. Here are the details:1964 Kit9”x13 - Tom (Keystone badge # 33649 / No stamp date found)16”x16” - Floor Tom (Keystone badge # 33571 / No stamp date found)14”x22” - Bass Drum (Keystone badge # 89896 / No stamp date found) Unique oyster black pearl swirl pattern Keystone badges (16"x16" floor tom has the Keystone badge positioned in the center of the drum)3-ply mahogany/poplar/mahogany shells with white painted interiors Baseball bat tone controllers with red or white felt tone control pads (Ludwig changed from red to white early in ’64)Threaded mount casing with wing-bolt (P-1672) 16.5” floor tom legs with knurled stems Fold out bass drum spurs with knurled stems (P-1305)Rogers Swiv-o-matic tom mount assembly Chrome over brass (COB) tom rims Andy Babiuk’s book, Beatles Gear, states that Ringo was given this set by Ludwig Drum Company and that Ringo received this kit on May 31, 1964 at the Prince of Wales Theater in London.