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Help Identify Old Cue

Help Identify Old Cue

I am trying to identify this stunning old pool cue. Any ideas to who might have made this cue or which direction to look in would be very helpful.

I came across the pool cue a few weeks ago, and just got it. It looks to be very nicely crafted. The cue has very unique features, nice intricate inlays in the butt, and very sharp multi-colored points in the forearm. There is no name on cue anywhere. The wrap looks as if someone tried to put a wrap over the original wrap.

Anyway, I am just trying to see if anyone can identify this cue for me.

I am in love with the design and can’t wait to get it refinished. Also if anyone can direct me to get it looked at by anyone who can identify old cues and refinish them then that would we very helpful. Thank you very much for any assistance.




Help Identify Old Cue

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  1. coltturboType79 on 5/2/2020 10:22:38 AM

    This cue has characteristics reminiscent of inexpensive Asian cues such as Dynaball.

    Sellers list Dynaball cues on eBay but they don't really have any value.

  2. coltturbocoltturbo on 5/2/2020 3:10:35 PM

    Thank you, and yes, it does have some characters of the Dynaball cues, but the inlay on the butt is really intricate and the points and colors are really sharp and are definitely hand made.

    I am still looking up many cues and hopefully will find out something soon.

    Thank you for the info and hope to find out more soon.

  3. coltturbouser1642381060 on 1/16/2022 4:57:40 PM

    My husband knew right away what this cue is.

    He says it is a Tad Kohara cue from the 1970s. It sold for approx $80 back then. :)

    Hope this helps.

  4. coltturbocoltturbo on 1/16/2022 8:26:16 PM

    Wow thank you so much! I am an avid pool player and it was a gift for my father. I just loved the points and colors.

    Thank you again. He will be very happy to know exactly what it is.

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Help Identify Old Cue

  • Title: Help Identify Old Cue
  • Author: (Michael Johnson)
  • Published: 4/30/2020 1:51:30 PM
  • Last Updated: 5/7/2020 3:56:12 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)