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Identify Models of Some Meucci Cues, and Value Them


Identify Models of Some Meucci Cues, and Value Them

I was handed over a lot of Meucci cues and I am trying to find the models for these five below, and figure out how much they are worth.

I also wonder if any of them are worth refinishing.

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Identify Models of Some Meucci Cues, and Value Them

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  1. sirclutchbilliardsforum on 5/28/2020 4:15:16 AM

    In order:

    1. It looks to be a Meucci Originals MO-7 cue from the 1970s - 1980s. Worth somewhere $275 - $475 give or take, depending on condition and the market at any give time. Add $100, give or take, for the extra shaft.
      meucci-mo7-cue.jpg

    2. Meucci Originals MO-2 cue from the 1970s - 1980s. Worth somewhere $150 - $300 give or take, depending on condition and the market at any given time. It may also be a Meucci 84-1 cue which is basically the same, just continuation of the model in the newer series.
      meucci-mo2-cue.jpg

    3. Meucci 88-1 cue (Circa 1988) from the Meucci 88 Series. Might be worth somewhere in the range of $150 to $300 give or take, depending on condition and the market at any given time.
      meucci-88-1-cue.jpg

    4. Meucci E-3 cue from the Meucci European Series (Circa 1989). Maple forearm, greenish stain, natural with green spec wrap. (Photo below is from a newer catalog after they changed the logo, but same model). Might be worth $150 give or take.
      meucci-e3-cue.jpg

    5. Meucci 95-18 Cue from the Meucci 95 Series (Circa 1995). Might be worth $175 - $300 depending on condition, the market, etc.
      meucci-95-18-cue.jpg

    Are they worth refinishing? Assuming the cue and shafts are straight, some would consider refinishing the Meucci Originals (cues 1, 2, 3, and 4). Refinishing usually runs $100 to $150 depending on what is needed and on the outcome you desire. You may have a rough time re-couping that at a sale. Then again, perhaps not. It really depends on what you are trying to accomplish with the cues.

    As for the question about how much the Meucci cues are worth; Take these valuations with a grain of salt. There are lots of these models out there, and the market varies so much on these.

    Condition is king when valuing pool cues, and can swing a price big time. Any buyer will want to see detailed, close-up photos of the cue. Without seeing detailed close-up photos of all aspects of each cue, these valuations are just general estimates.

    Your mileage may vary.

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Identify Models of Some Meucci Cues, and Value Them

  • Title: Identify Models of Some Meucci Cues, and Value Them
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  • Published: 5/10/2020 7:51:00 AM
  • Last Updated: 5/28/2020 4:21:26 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)