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Help Identifying this Pool Cue Model

Help Identifying this Pool Cue Model

I was cleaning out a closet and found this pool cue.

I don't know how it got there. It could have been one of my daughters' pool cues or possibly a son-in-law's pool cue.

Anyway, I don't need it and plan to sell it. I just need help figuring out the brand and how much it is worth.

It is housed in a Brunswick cue case, but from what I've read, Brunswick identified their cues, so I don't think they made it.

Many thanks in advance!


Help Identifying this Pool Cue Model

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  1. user1670351390TodyWayne on 2/12/2024 8:33:58 PM

    This is a Rich-Q.

    Let me know if you're still interested in selling it.

    The last two of these that I purchased, in this shape, I paid $50 each for them.

  2. user1670351390user1708455696 on 2/20/2024 2:01:37 PM

    Please tell me more about this Rich-Q cue stick.

    I believe it was made in the 1970s.

  3. user1670351390TodyWayne on 2/20/2024 8:19:37 PM

    This is a mid-to-late 1960s, to early 1970s Rich-Q made by Sol Rich (not to be confused with his cousin, Abe Rich, as this is not an Abe Rich cue).

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Help Identifying this Pool Cue Model

  • Title: Help Identifying this Pool Cue Model
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  • Published: 12/6/2022 10:29:50 AM
  • Last Updated: 12/7/2022 2:54:27 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)