So my mom died a few years ago, and as my dad was going through all of her things, these drums eventually came to me. They belonged to my maternal great-grandfather, who apparently played barn dances around rural Illinois in the 1910's/20's (I think). The snare is 14" and is a Lyon & Healy, the bass drum is 28" (not sure about brand, haven't taken the heads to inspect the interior yet). I need to replace the snare wires and throw-off (will probably have to use something a little more modern). Due to existing cosmetic issues, I'm less concerned with preserving them in their present state than I am with making them playable. In other words, I'm not really interested in their monetary value as an antique, and I'm more interested in being able to play my great-grandfather's drums. Anyway, I thought they were pretty cool, and thought I'd share with you all.