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Bludworth Pool Cue Identification

Bludworth Pool Cue Identification

I won this stick from a family member and he was unsure what it was. It seems to be very well made and he thought it was a Bludworth pool cue but I'm not so sure it is.

I won it roughly 15 years ago, and I'm not sure how long he had it in his possession.


Bludworth Pool Cue Identification

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  1. chaysbilliardsforum on 4/5/2017 6:37:43 PM

    It is a Bludworth pool cue. Sometimes refered to as a "Bludworth Originals" pool cue (this was how they branded them back in the early 2000's. This one would have been made out of Quitman, TX... I believe.

    Though I can't tell for sure based on the one image you uploaded, I believe the cue is a Bludworth Model #1 (of his original line of 12) - all on which, every aspect could be customized. The Bludworth Model 1 pool cue was the base model... with a retail price (in 1999) of $400 new. See the Bludworth Cues catalog page below (from the mid-to-late 1990's). Its the one to the far left (or a close variation).

    Reach out to Leonard Bludworth if you want to be sure of the model and details.


    Your timeline matches the history of the cue, and the logo matches their logo on the business card and other cues by Leonard Bludworth.




  2. chaysuser1508989647 on 10/25/2017 11:47:29 PM

    I own the 3rd cue from the left with the ivory inlay.....Leonard speaks very highly of it in our conversations....I am amazed at his appraisal value


  3. chaysbilliardsforum on 10/26/2017 5:27:28 AM

    Beautiful Bludworth cue. What value does he appraise it at?

  4. chaysuser1508989647 on 10/26/2017 11:32:33 AM

    He said he remembers selling it in the early 1990s at around $1,800 and that it should bring somewhere around $3,200 to $3,600 today. This was around 6 months ago.

    Donald really hurt the Bludworth name and the values of Bludworth pool cues were hurt as well as a result. If I sold it today, I would be looking at around $2,000.

  5. chaysuser1517040902 on 1/27/2018 3:15:03 AM

    Are you looking to sell the Bludworth cue stick?

  6. chaysuser1508989647 on 3/18/2018 7:14:08 PM

    Yes, and I am asking $1800.

    It comes with one original shaft, one extra custom shaft, and purple heart and ivory joint protectors.

  7. chaysLeonard Bludworth on 7/26/2018 7:26:30 PM

    FYI, I'm back to building cues.

    Leonard Bludworth

  8. chaysMichael Garcia on 9/15/2020 12:12:41 AM

    I'm looking to buy your Bludworth cue for $1400 if you’re interested.

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Bludworth Pool Cue Identification

  • Title: Bludworth Pool Cue Identification
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  • Published: 4/5/2017 11:20:36 AM
  • Last Updated: 6/12/2017 8:49:04 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)