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Identify and Value Meucci Cue Shafts


Identify and Value Meucci Cue Shafts

I don't know that much about Meucci shafts, but I just purchased about 50 different models.

I am trying to figure out what value these shafts are worth.

Some are un-chalked, barely used, or have had the ferrule replaced.

Some are no-dot with micarta ferrules, some are red dot shafts, and some are black dot shafts.

meucci-shafts1.jpg

Identify and Value Meucci Cue Shafts

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  1. sirclutchbilliardsforum on 5/28/2020 3:46:58 AM

    You probably may have figured out which Meucci models these shafts belong to by now, but for anyone coming behind I will try to answer.

    Some of the Meucci shafts aren't clear enough in the photo to tell exactly which model they are from.

    Many of these could belong to a lot of different models, so over half of the answers will be "it could be from XYZ but could be from multiple other models).

    But anyway, here's a shot:

    1. Meucci 97-31B Cue (shown below) Could also be from a Meucci 95-31 or Meucci C7 cue - same cues more or less. meucci-97-31-cue.jpg

    2. So many different models this could belong with. One such model is a Meucci Starter Series ST-1 shown below: meucci-st3-cue.jpg

    3. Meucci David Howard DH-3 Cue (1st cue below), or a Meucci Series M-13 cue (2nd cue below)I would guess it's most likely this, given the era of most of these other shafts.
      meucci-dh-3-cue.jpg

      meucci-m13-cue.jpg

    4. I can't place this one, but I believe it could belong to a few different models from the 1990s

    5. It is probably from this first cue which nobody seems to know the model name of (but it's a newer version of the Meucci Brian Howard BH-5 cue (shown 2nd below). Could also be from a Meucci Larry Hubbart LH-8 cue (shown 3rd below) but doubtful it's this.
      meucci-brian-howard-bh5-remake.jpg

      meucci-brian-howard-bh5-cue.jpg

      meucci-larry-hubbart-lh8-cue.jpg

    6. Meucci 95-29 potentially (shown below). There are quite a bunch of others it could be from as well, including the Meucci 95-16 cue, and the Meucci HOF-7 cue (shown 2nd below). meucci-95-29-cue.jpg

      meucci-hof7-cue.jpg

    7. Is it the same as #6? Can't tell. If so, lots of Meucci cues it could be from.

    8. Meucci Gambler Cue (Probably a Gambler #3)
      meucci-gambler-3-cue.jpg

    9. Meucci Power Piston PP-4 Cue (red dot shaft)
      meucci-pp4-red-dot-shaft.jpg

    10. Meucci Power Piston PP-4 Cue (aka Meucci MEP04 Cue) (black dot bullseye shaft)
      meucci-power-piston-pp4-cue.jpg

    11. Meucci 21st Century 21-3 Cue (or any variant thereof)
      meucci-21-3-cue.jpg

    12. Same as above

    In terms of the value of these Meucci shafts - they'll vary based on condition, the market at any given time, and the popularity of the Meucci cue model they belong with.

    If they came with actual cues - it might be best to sell them together.

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Identify and Value Meucci Cue Shafts

  • Title: Identify and Value Meucci Cue Shafts
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  • Published: 5/9/2020 6:34:35 PM
  • Last Updated: 5/28/2020 3:49:08 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)