Mint vintage Premier XTR set

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Can anyone give me a value on this set? 1998 I think. 10/12/14 toms and 20 bass. No snare. No rash, chips etc. Unblemished, perfect hardware. What’s a fair selling price? Here’s a pic or two:
 

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nice 20" many were 22" doesn't have raised badge or the gold hardware (as mine were bot new) still nice
XPK
 

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I've seen them sell for $400-500 with the matching snare. Great drums but hard to sell.
 

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worth keeping
if it has the tom post
somebody already converted the hanging 14 to a floor.
 

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I can't understand why Premiers aren't getting more than they are, these days. Their line from the 90s was as good or better than any other drums made at the time. The original Signia and Genista models were two of the best. The XPKs were very good, as well.
 

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As I understand it, Premier is still around but has no presence in England anymore. The kits are Asian made. The British Drum Company has ties to the Premier of yesteryear.
 

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Like to see/know/ where the drums come from/ the British Royal Army + etc. use today..
I may have seen Pearl logo in recent times but God Save The Queen ..no more Premier?..
 


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