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Help Identify an Old Cue

Help Identify an Old Cue

Can anyone help to identify this old pool cue?

It has been suggested to be an Abe Rich cue, a Sol Rich-Q pool cue, and a Doc Frye cue.




Help Identify an Old Cue

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  1. homesplicehomesplice on 6/20/2024 8:44:04 PM

    A little surprised that no one has any idea who made this pool cue.

    It was probably made before anyone on this forum was born.

  2. homesplicebilliardsforum on 6/25/2024 9:03:25 AM

    Yeah, this is a tough one.

    I usually only answer when I can support my answer with photos. I can not, in this case.

    I am doubtful that it's from any of those cue makers you listed above, but can't give you any other concrete info besides that.

    Good luck on your hunt for info.

  3. homespliceKCCC on 6/25/2024 10:05:40 AM

    100% not a Doc Frye cue.

    But, it could be one of the Florida Rich-Q models that were imported, but the forearm is wrong for a NY-made Rich Q pool cue.

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Help Identify an Old Cue

  • Title: Help Identify an Old Cue
  • Author: (Mike Wilson)
  • Published: 5/29/2024 11:17:46 PM
  • Last Updated: 6/25/2024 8:51:39 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)