billiardsforum on 10/25/2017 1:14:12 PM
This isn't a Meucci cue. You can tell by the design elements, layout, butt-cap style, etc. For example, Meucci Gambler cues never had that dashed-line ring like that, and on Meucci versions, there are 6 or 8 dice going around the cue. Never just 4 like in yours. Meucci versions would have the Meucci name on it also.
This motif is a design that Bob Meucci came up with in the late 1960s (e.g. the cards and dice motif), and many have copied it since due to it's popularity.
Yours is most likely a pool cue by "Trademark Global" (ironic name, yes?). It sells new, with a hard case for about $23 plus shipping. They import knock-off designs and sell on marketplace sites like amazon.com, wayfair, hayneedle, etc.. They also sell this model through Sears and K-Mart. This one below is the Trademark Global "Royal Flush" pool cue. Not 100% identical to yours... it's probably just a newer model. Here is the red version for sale on amazon. There are also boat-loads of them on eBay for between $18 and $25.
Aska also copies this design regularly, and you can get sets of 4, 6, and 8, cues with very similar designs in bulk on amazon for around $120. I know this isn't exactly your design, but the elements are more close to the Aska knock-off than to Meucci's design.
Spaulding also did a design like this in the past, also sold through Sears, K-Mart, Wal-Mart, and other big-box retailers.
Hopefully this gives you an idea of what you have.