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ID 4-Point Cue with Brass Joint, No Markings


ID 4-Point Cue with Brass Joint, No Markings

I got this cue at an estate sale in Chicago and am seeking any thoughts on what brand it may be.

  • The cue weighs just over 21 oz.
  • Length is 57.5 inches from bumper bottom to top of ferrule.
  • Ferrule surrounds a wood interior.and is 12.25 mm.
  • Joint is brass (1 inch) and black plastic (.5 inch).
  • Bolt sticks out .5 inches from the brass and is 5/16 inch in diameter. Not sure of the TPI.
  • Forearm has four points. Two points are longer and two points are shorter. They go alternate long, long, short, short.
  • Not sure what the wrap is made from.
  • There is crazing and minor wear in the finish.
  • The pool cue has no identifying marks anywhere

Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.

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ID 4-Point Cue with Brass Joint, No Markings

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  1. user1547775446Chopdoc on 1/18/2019 7:56:02 AM

    There are a number of possible cue makers if could be. It isn't valuable cue nor a collectible cue. The wrap is synthetic.

    The condition is fair, it might make a decent player cue, especially for a new pool player.

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ID 4-Point Cue with Brass Joint, No Markings

  • Title: ID 4-Point Cue with Brass Joint, No Markings
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  • Published: 1/17/2019 5:37:27 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/18/2019 1:54:50 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)