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How to ID a Pool Cue with No Markings

How to ID a Pool Cue with No Markings

How can I identify a pool cue which has no markings? It has absolutely no identifiable markings no logo no words no names no nothing and the way that two pieces screw together is odd I've never seen a cue like that. Any help identifying it would be greatly appreciated thank you.






How to ID a Pool Cue with No Markings

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  1. AJ GausepohlPastorMike on 12/16/2017 11:14:16 PM

    Are the points and wood work inlays or just decorative stickers?

  2. AJ GausepohlAJ Gausepohl on 12/17/2017 1:09:31 AM

    They are inlaid into the cue. It is, I believe, a high quality cue. I just have no idea from who. A friend of mine said they thought it might be a Joss but I can't imagine Joss making a cue and not put a name on it I just can't wrap my head around it.

  3. AJ GausepohlPastorMike on 12/17/2017 1:51:22 AM

    It’s a good looking cue.I am pretty sure it’s not a Joss, same reason you don’t think it is. But Joss has made cues for other companies and don’t put their name on it (some Brunswick cues are made by Joss) look into cues from Companies like Brunswick American Heritage and Aramith. I have seen on othe forums that some of the labels on Brunswick can come off. (My only suggestion, good luck).

  4. AJ GausepohlAJ Gausepohl on 12/18/2017 11:19:06 PM

    Thank you for the info I am grateful.

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How to ID a Pool Cue with No Markings

  • Title: How to ID a Pool Cue with No Markings
  • Author: (Aj Gausepohl)
  • Published: 12/16/2017 1:47:41 AM
  • Last Updated: 12/16/2017 7:28:07 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)