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ID Pool Cue Stick with Letter H on the Handle


ID Pool Cue Stick with Letter H on the Handle

I would like to know who made my pool cue stick.

The only identifying mark on the pool cue is a letter H on the handle.

It is unusual in that the cue end has wood cut threads. The handle end has metal threads. It was bought in the mid to late 1970's.

ID Pool Cue Stick with Letter H on the Handle

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  1. user1630185008billiardsforum on 9/10/2021 3:31:18 AM

    You will need to share some photos of the pool cue before we can identify it for you.

    I presume that what you call "the cue end" would be the shaft, and the handle end, the main pool cue. Are you saying the shaft has the joint pin, and that pin is cut from the wood? Or do you mean that the shaft has a threaded hole bored directly into the wood?

    It's probably a carom cue or snooker cue (based on the wood join pin threads).

    Either way though, upload some clear photos of all parts of the cue, including the joint pin and insert, and we'll try to identify the brand for you from that.

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ID Pool Cue Stick with Letter H on the Handle

  • Title: ID Pool Cue Stick with Letter H on the Handle
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  • Published: 8/28/2021 2:10:09 PM
  • Last Updated: 9/10/2021 3:27:13 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)