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ID a Meucci Cue with Extra Jump Cue Butt


ID a Meucci Cue with Extra Jump Cue Butt

I am trying to identify this Meucci cue, as the butt is one I have not seen anywhere before.

I am considering to purchase it from seller with no original paperwork.

Any ideas about it’s value?

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ID a Meucci Cue with Extra Jump Cue Butt

Replies & Comments

  1. user1517773606billiardsforum on 2/4/2018 6:11:42 PM

    I am looking into this one for you, but this is a pretty horrible photo. It's hard to make out the details.

    Can't you ask the seller for more info? He must know where he acquired it from, yes?

  2. user1517773606user1517773606 on 2/5/2018 1:33:16 AM

    Many thanks for the quick reply. Yes I have inquired more info still waiting for it. He says it was ordered directly from Meucci last autumn (2017).

    I will post more info as I have got it.

    Best regards,
    Jussi

  3. user1517773606billiardsforum on 2/5/2018 3:56:20 AM

    FYI from a Meucci Dealer:

    It is an odd ball. They made a ton of them because they had a bunch of extra materials last year The extension screws into the weight hole under the bumper. If it doesn’t fit the weights need to be screwed in further. $400 Cue

  4. user1517773606user1517773606 on 2/6/2018 3:28:24 PM

    The cue was apparently a made-to-order in autumn 2017 directly from Meucci Cues with a modified 3/8 x 10 pin, so it is not a model from any of the more standard Meucci-series.

    It is in brand-new, unused condition with an ultra-skin cue tip on a matching Meucci Pro shaft. It comes with the extension as well.

    The seller is asking $500 for it, which I’m considering to accept.

    Any thoughts?

    Also, here is another slightly better quality image.

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  5. user1517773606billiardsforum on 2/13/2018 5:55:13 PM

    I would say that's an OK price if it is truly in brand-new condition.

    However, it might not be too bad when you consider that a Meucci PRO shaft alone would run you $233 USD to buy new. Based on that I'd say you are good to go.

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ID a Meucci Cue with Extra Jump Cue Butt

  • Title: ID a Meucci Cue with Extra Jump Cue Butt
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  • Published: 2/4/2018 2:46:53 PM
  • Last Updated: 2/4/2018 6:01:11 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)