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Identify Model of a "Cue by Huebler"

Identify Model of a "Cue by Huebler"

I recently acquired a handful of cues that I’m having a hard time identifying

This one is a "Cue by Huebler".

I can’t find any Huebler cues with this sort of green trim on them in the Huebler cue directories, catalogs, or order sheets.

If anyone could give me any sort of direction about what it may be or what it may be worth I would really appreciate it.



Identify Model of a "Cue by Huebler"

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  1. mezmer1zedChopdoc on 10/9/2019 7:54:08 PM

    This Huebler cue is a lower end model.

    I'll check my catalogs. Confident it is identifiable. I'll get back unless someone else posts the ID.

    It is the most valuable of all of the cues you posted. It has several nicks in the shaft and butt, and is missing the original bumper. Not worth a lot.

  2. mezmer1zedbilliardsforum on 10/17/2019 4:15:57 AM

    Closest cue I could find was the Huebler H4 cue.

    Here it is in the 1983 Huebler catalog:


    MSRP in that catalog's price list was $90.


    Huebler H-4 cue - Black linen wrap - ivory implex joint and butt plate.

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Identify Model of a "Cue by Huebler"

  • Title: Identify Model of a "Cue by Huebler"
  • Author: (Bo Shaw)
  • Published: 10/9/2019 3:46:11 PM
  • Last Updated: 10/16/2019 8:20:23 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)