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Home Billiard Room Tables

Articles on pool, snooker, and billiard tables as related to home billiard rooms.

Home Billiard Room Tables

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Home Billiard Room Tables

  • Title: Home Billiard Room Tables
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 4/12/2008 10:07:00 AM

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  1. Karl GrayKarl Gray from Rockford, IL on 3/20/2009 8:29:09 PM

    How could I determine the value of a Fischer Pool Table? 7' One Piece Slate with S/N A45630.

  2. HendrikHendrik from Middelburg, Mpumalanga on 4/13/2009 9:15:56 AM

    Where can I find the shootoff line diameters and the blackball standoff position markings?

  3. Nancy GellerNancy Geller from GA, United States on 7/8/2009 1:30:31 PM

    Looking for minimum square foot requirements for pool room to have three 4 x 8 pool tables. Also, together with seating for 12 people plus minimal additional pool related storage space. How big of a room, in dimensions, would we need to have? Please answer promptly if possible.

  4. MackMack from AL, United States on 7/25/2009 10:44:26 AM

    The very least room needed to walk around a Table and shoot would be five feet Per side. Adding the table dimensions could make it 14' by 18'. We just completed A sun room that is 14' X. 20' . Filled the room with a large eating table (round) that Will seat the 9 that is in our extended family. In adition to the table and chairs I Added a wicker set including; course, love seat and big wicker chear. All total enough Cosey room for fifteen. A new porch is coming next that will be 20'X20' With a game Room below for the pool table and seating. Hope that helps.

  5. CristianCristian from Romania on 7/26/2009 11:02:05 PM

    I have an old carambole table that my grandfather bought from a german in 2-nd world war. It is in a good condition the cues are from pure ivory and i want to sell it. If you are interested please send me a feedback at quick.sign@yahoo.com.

  6. CobberCobber from GA, United States on 8/10/2009 7:04:47 PM

    I found this posting: [9' Charles Porter Reniassance La Paz Pool Table](/pool-table-room/9-charles-porter-reniassance-la-paz-pool-table "9' Charles Porter Reniassance La Paz Pool Table") About 8 years ago, my grandfather passed away and left me a La Paz Renaissance pool table similar the one listed above, and in the recent times, my family has been forced to put it on the market. I'm just curious if anyone has purchased/sold one recently, and if so, if you don't mind me asking what the price was. We hate to part with a table that's been in our family for nearly 20 years, but want to make sure we understand the market before making a decision. Thanks so much for any feedback you can provide. Regards,

  7. conartconart from Abbotsford, BC on 10/12/2009 1:25:01 AM

    Anybody looking for an irving kahye coinop table that is mint from the early 60's callme at 604-805-8506

  8. jabanditjabandit from TX, United States on 11/17/2009 7:06:28 PM

    Has anyone heard of building the base of a pool table with 2X6 pine and then using Teak wood legs and rails? He also uses 1" slate with wood backing supported by 2X4's so I think the table should be pretty good, but just concerned about the pine wood.

  9. Steve from Beaver Dam WI on 12/10/2009 3:49:06 PM

    Can anyone give me an estimate on what the worth of three Bruswick Balke Ivory Billiard Balls with original case and paperwork might be worth. Rough guess is all I am after. Thank Steve

  10. JP from Arkansas on 2/5/2010 10:33:25 AM

    I have a nine foot Brunswick, Balke, Collender snooker table with original ball and cue racks. The table is over 70 years old. I wish to sell it as at my age I don't use it anymore.

  11. rising1220rising1220 from China on 9/9/2010 5:03:20 AM

    We sell pool tables, snooker tables, billiard tables, soccer table, air hockey tables, and so on. I am from China, nice to meet u everyone! Thanks

  12. Dan Behanick from Binghamton New York on 4/18/2011 5:06:03 PM

    Civil War era wooden inlay 9' brunswick pool table anyone have any idea what these are worth?

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