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ID Bludworth Cue and Value It

ID Bludworth Cue and Value It

I am trying to identify an original Bludworth cue.

I was wondering if this is an original Bludworth cue and what the value would be.


ID Bludworth Cue and Value It

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  1. user1585270894user1517040902 on 3/27/2020 12:52:45 AM

    It most likely is a Bludworth cue.

    I would ask for a picture of the joint pin to see the threading. Blud's cues have a unique thread.

  2. user1585270894billiardsforum on 3/29/2020 11:12:49 AM

    Yes, this is a Bludworth cue. The design is referred to as the "squid" design (for obvious reasons).

    But it's not a custom design. It was one of their standard designs in the mid 2000s (e.g 2005).

    Here's a photo of your cue, in a lineup of other Bludworth cues, from the Bludworth website in 2005:


    I couldn't begin to value it for you though, but now that you know what it is, you can watch the market.

  3. user1585270894kkramone on 6/7/2021 8:51:04 PM

    Nice to meet you. I'm a Japanese Bloodworth enthusiast.

    My Bludworth cue is made of ebony and the inlay is ivory. I got it as a used cue, but I'm wondering what it's value would have been when it was new. I use it carefully, but I want to know its original value.

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ID Bludworth Cue and Value It

  • Title: ID Bludworth Cue and Value It
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  • Published: 3/26/2020 6:01:35 PM
  • Last Updated: 3/29/2020 10:41:15 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)