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Help With a Cue ID, No Logo

Help With a Cue ID, No Logo

I need some help to identify this pool cue.

I traded a broken pinball machine for some sweet pool cues, but for the life of me I can’t identify one. I didn’t find any markings on the cue that I can recognize.

I did see someone post about a possible Sampaio cue. I looked at their pictures and the cue has the same patterns on the ends but my cue has no carved or identifiable inlay.

The two other cues are from the mid 1990s and are of decent quality. This cue seemed to be of better quality.

Any help would be welcomed.








Help With a Cue ID, No Logo

Replies & Comments

  1. innkeeper17BallBuster on 11/3/2021 6:08:24 PM

    The shaft doesn't match the joint configuration.

    It might be an Ajay cue.

    How many cues did you get in trade for the pinball machine?

  2. innkeeper17innkeeper17 on 11/4/2021 11:20:52 AM

    Here's a photo of the other two cues I received (right-hand corner). I did okay in the trade.

    Given the fact that it was paired with those other two, and given the solid feel of the unidentified cue stick, I can say that it is certainly in a league above Ajay cues. The wrap alone was a custom job.

    I didn’t mean to be snooty, I'm just frustrated because I like the cue, and every time someone asks what kind it is, I have to say that I don't know.


  3. innkeeper17billiardsforum on 11/5/2021 6:20:26 AM

    This appears to be a Rich Q pool cue with it's logo worn off, and perhaps a mismatched shaft.



  4. innkeeper17innkeeper17 on 11/6/2021 9:36:17 AM

    Thank you, it does match up. Finally an answer, thanks again!

    It seems the Rich Q decal is missing. I knew it wasn’t a custom cue, but the other pool cue sticks paired with it seemed to indicate that it wasn’t an entry level cue. It just felt so solid, if that has any meaning.

  5. innkeeper17BallBuster on 11/6/2021 5:16:53 PM

    Well, whatever kind of cue it is, I've got at least one.

    I think that the bolt should be stuck in the shaft not the butt. That's the way mine are.




  6. innkeeper17billiardsforum on 11/11/2021 2:38:39 AM

    I don't believe that cue above is from the same manufacturer as the cue in the original question.

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Help With a Cue ID, No Logo

  • Title: Help With a Cue ID, No Logo
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  • Published: 11/1/2021 3:49:52 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/11/2021 2:31:11 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)