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Identify Pool Cue with Wolf

Identify Pool Cue with Wolf

Can anyone tell me what cue I have here?

The cue features artwork of what looks like a wolf.

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Identify Pool Cue with Wolf

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  1. Rod Brownbilliardsforum on 3/24/2020 2:59:59 PM

    You've not shown us the entire cue, but I suspect you have a McDermott E-L1 cue.

    MSRP was $215, retail was about $200. Value today would be somewhere around this same value, or less, depending on condition.


  2. Rod BrownRod Brown on 3/25/2020 6:57:22 AM

    Yep that is my cue. It is a McDermott cue.

    I thought price would be more!

  3. Rod Brownbilliardsforum on 3/25/2020 1:27:27 PM

    Glad we've pinpointed your cue.

    It's priced accordingly in my opinion.

    • It's not made from any high-end materials.
    • It contains zero inlays. The design is printed on vs. inlaid.
    • It's not limited in any way in terms of numbers produced.
    • It's new enough (and obscure enough) that there isn't much, if any, collector interest.

    It's value today would be nothing beyond it's utility value, plus whatever additional amounts you might assign because it is a quality brand name cue.

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Identify Pool Cue with Wolf

  • Title: Identify Pool Cue with Wolf
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  • Published: 3/22/2020 5:00:31 PM
  • Last Updated: 3/24/2020 2:51:58 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)