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Identify a Brunswick Cue, Year, and Value

Identify a Brunswick Cue, Year, and Value

It is a Brunswick cue with 35 inlays, lots of mother of pearl, snooker tip I believe, Irish linen wrap, 2 piece with brass joints.

I am looking to identify the model, the year of manufacture, and the value.









Identify a Brunswick Cue, Year, and Value

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  1. StraightBanksChopdoc on 12/28/2018 7:03:55 PM

    The wrap is synthetic, not linen, and the bumper has been replaced with an incorrect bumper. This is an Asian import.

    I don't remember the model but the catalog is online. You just have to dig.


    The value of these cues has been inflated as of late. I am not sure why. It is probably because "low end" collectors see that they are Brunswick-branded cues and see the association with things like Titlist, 360, 26 1/2, and other such things, some of which sell in the hundreds or thousands of dollars. But these have nothing to do with authentic Brunswick cues.

    Anyway, I see them hit $150, $200, and even $250 on a good day on eBay.

    IMHO as a serious cue collector it is a $50 pool cue. But it will attract more on eBay.

    They are of low quality, regardless of the number of inlays.

  2. StraightBanksbilliardsforum on 12/30/2018 5:03:33 AM

    The cue is a Brunswick "The Imperial" cue from the Brunswick "Professional Series" if I am not mistaken.

    It can be found in both the 1981 and 1982 Brunswick pool cue catalogs.

    The specs say the cue is wrapped with "green and while nylon cord".


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Identify a Brunswick Cue, Year, and Value

  • Title: Identify a Brunswick Cue, Year, and Value
  • Author: (Tim Ames)
  • Published: 12/28/2018 6:51:51 PM
  • Last Updated: 12/30/2018 4:47:43 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)