Information about Meucci Maximum "Max" Series of pool cues. Find information about valuation of Meucci Max Series Cues, and get model number info on Meucci Max Series cues, etc., including a listing of all models under the Meucci Max Series line of pool cues which can be used to research or identify a Maximum Max Series pool cue.
Line Full Name: Maximum Max Series Cues by Maximum Cues
Common Abbreviation: Maximum "MAX" Line
Maximum Max Series Production Date(s): Maximum Max Series Cues were produced from around 1995-01-01 to 1998-12-31. (More specific production dates may be available for each cue within the Max Series line which may be found in the links below.)
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Maximum "Max" Series Cues Catalog Pages
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Maximum Max Series Cues Info
Info on Maximum Max Series Cues
Meucci Maximum cues were Bob Meucci's solution to provide a lower-end line of cues for those who wouldn't or couldn't pay the price for a Meucci. He made the Maximum MAX line of pool cues to fill the space in the market for customers who couldn't or wouldn't pay Meucci cue prices. Bob actually created a completely separate company for the Meucci MAX Series of pool cues called the Maximum Cue Co.
They were made with the intent to offer the public a cue with a similar Meucci hit, without the normal Meucci price tag. The cues were built as a cheap version of a Meucci pool cue, and for some reason they never became very popular.
Though this was considered by many to be Bob's first foray into the world of low-end value-priced pool cues, he would later try several more times, with his LaGente Cues and Medici Cues brands. However, unlike Maximum cues which were built in the Meucci Factory in Mississippi, the Medici and LaGente lines were built overseas.
Meucci MAX cues were built in the 1990's. Most Meucci Maximum MAX cues had unsealed wraps.
In general, there is little, if any collector value in Maximum MAX line of cues by Meucci, but when they pop on on classified sites and on eBay, they typically sell fast and generally fetch between $150 and $250 depending on the cue and it's condition. They are usually bought by either Meucci collectors looking to build a complete set, or by fans of Meucci cues who want a pre-owned Meucci-quality pool cue at a lower price point.
There will be a few Maximum cues out there labeled Meucci "Magnum". This was the original name that Meucci had chosen for this line of cues, but changed it to Maximum after finding out that "Magnum" was trademarked and could not be used.
Mis-Marked Maximum Cues
There are a few "mis-marked" Meucci Maximum pool cues floating around out there. These are cues from other lines which perhaps mistakenly received the "Maximum" logo.
Meucci Quantum Q05 cue with a Maximum logo on the butt cap - This cue isn't actually part of the Maximum line of pool cues. It is owned by Michael Moehle, and he shared the info with us on the Meucci Facebook group "Meucci Madness- Buy-Sell-Trade- Show (Meuccis Only)". He says this cue is signed by Bob Meucci.
This is a cue that is signed by Bob Meucci. It is a Quantum series cue that is mis-marked as a Maximum.
Source Michael Moehle via facebook.com/groups/541338292695295/permalink/967396113422842
Meucci Summer Series 3 (1994) or Similar - This pool cue with a "Maximum" logo stamp is likely a mis-branded Meucci summer-series 3 (from 1994) or perhaps was a prototype. It is not part of the main Meucci Maximum series (which contained 7 cues). I couldn't find any further info on this cue. If anyone knows any information on this one, please drop a note below.
Source Teresa Bradley Geeslin via facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1298200076917014
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