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Identify Pink Meucci Pool Cue


Identify Pink Meucci Pool Cue

I am hoping someone can help identify this simple pink Meucci pool cue. I am thinking of selling it and can't find this model anywhere online.

It is missing the matching shaft but is in excellent shape otherwise.

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Identify Pink Meucci Pool Cue

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  1. whattayouwantbilliardsforum on 2/13/2018 5:47:06 AM

    You have a Meucci E-4 pool cue from the Meucci European Series. From the brochure:

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    Meucci European Series - Colorful European styling and flair with classic Meucci lines.

    [...]

    Meucci E-4 "Wine" - Maple forearm & butt sleeve; wine stain; wine with natural spec wrap

    The Meucci European Series was introduced in the mid 1980s and became one of the most popular Meucci cues ever made due to its extremely low price. Yours is from a later period as it has the newer Meucci logo. Probably some time in the mid- to late-1990s. This line represents the most common of all Meucci cues.

    They are good playing cues especially for the cost. For this reason, I would say if you are a pool player, it is probably worth more to you as a spare or a regular playing cue than what you would get for it if you sold it today. Especially where it has no shaft. I would estimate it's value to be less than $100, depending on the market you are in. That said, you might be surprised if you put it on eBay in a no-reserve auction. If someone was looking for this cue, you could get $100 to $160.

    Fun fact - If you ever watched the show "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" you might remember the episode where Will gets into trouble in a pool hall, and Uncle Phil comes down and runs a hustle. A blue Meucci E-5 was used in the filming of that scene (probably by a hired professional to make the pool shots - but it was not the one used by James Avery in his scenes).

  2. whattayouwantwhattayouwant on 2/13/2018 7:34:07 AM

    Wow, great info. Thanks again.

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Identify Pink Meucci Pool Cue

  • Title: Identify Pink Meucci Pool Cue
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  • Published: 2/6/2018 1:48:10 PM
  • Last Updated: 2/14/2018 4:43:36 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)