Gretsch stop sign badge snare drum with original Gretsch drum key and holder in white marine pearl. Deluxe Gretsch throw off added to snare(see photos) 5x14. Some history of Stop Sign Badge Gretschs. The transition of the badge is closer to 1969 or 1970. The construction of the drums remained mostly the same. Same 6 ply shells being made for Gretsch by Jasper, same hardware, same machines used to make the drums. The toms with the SSB do have vents, which the round badge toms with the tacked on badges lacked. The biggest change was the location where they were being made. I don't think the move and the change in badges corresponded directly so there may even be some SSB drums that were made in Brooklyn. I have three RB sets and one early SSB set and I can't really hear that much difference (or really any at all). The item "GRETSCH STOP SIGN BADGE VINTAGE SNARE DRUM 5x14 WMP-WITH ORIGINAL KEY" is in sale since Sunday, September 15, 2019. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Percussion\Drums\Snare Drums". The seller is "knightdrum" and is located in Hawker, ACT. This item can be shipped worldwide.