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Subsequent research has unearthed quite a few inaccuracies in Scott's numbers, so any serial number guides cribbing from Scott are also incorrect.
The Gretsch-GEAR database exists to get it right: to document the actual serial numbers, to determine once and for all what was built and when, and to harness the collective knowledge of thousands of Gretsch fans to put the pieces together.
The older version of the Round Badge used a carpenter’s tack to attach the badge to the shells while later version used the standard brass grommet to affix the badge. The bottom section of the badge reads “THAT GREAT GRETSCH SOUND”.
Final production of Gretsch drums with the Round badge was in 1971 BADGE #2 1972 to 1979 The next badge design for Gretsch was an octagon shaped badge. Final production of Gretsch Drums with this badge was in mid 1979.