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Identify Two Older Pool Sticks 30+ Years Old

Identify Two Older Pool Sticks 30+ Years Old

We have had these two pool sticks for over 30 years.

We are just interested in any information you may have on either of them.

One has turquoise and a token where the two pieces go together.

Thanks in advance.

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The joints and pins on the first cue:


Identify Two Older Pool Sticks 30+ Years Old

Replies & Comments

  1. Tucker2020Cuefan on 3/12/2020 11:25:00 AM

    If you are thinking of selling these cues, let me know.

    I am interested in buying them.

  2. Tucker2020billiardsforum on 3/12/2020 1:09:01 PM

    I still can not see the detail in these cues. Especially the butt sleeve in both.

    Also, any logos or markings, etc. on either?

  3. Tucker2020Tucker2020 on 3/12/2020 2:52:59 PM

    A few more photos of pool cue #1:


    This cue stick has turquoise on it and a "token" where the pieces go together.


    Another picture of the turquoise token stick:


    This cue stick (#2) belongs to my father-in-law. It is wrapped in something (twine?)


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  4. Tucker2020billiardsforum on 3/15/2020 2:43:35 AM

    Thanks for the clear photos. Much better.

    • Cue #1 - I have no idea what this cue is or what company made it. It doesn't appear to be well-made, and almost looks homemade. It's probably not worth anything beyond it's utility value. But, I find this cue interesting to look at for some reason. The detail in the butt sleeve (or lack-thereof), the colors, etc. just lures the eye. The token detail around the joint pin is also very interesting. If you ever find out more about it, I hope you'll share it here.

    • Cue #2 - This might be a cue from the Adam Cue Co., made in Japan. Generally well-playing pool cues, but not worth much. $50 to $100. The wrap would either be an Irish Linen or a cheaper synthetic version.

  5. Tucker2020Cuefan on 3/15/2020 4:54:15 AM

    Cue #1 is a piece of folk art, very interesting.

    Can you provide a picture of the butt or bottom end of cue #2? I would like to see what kind of rubber of cap it has on the bottom. This will help I.D. the cue.

  6. Tucker2020Tucker2020 on 3/15/2020 6:07:15 AM

    Thank you for the information.

    1. We (think) the first one was hand made, but don't know for sure. That's all we know about it.
    2. My father-in-law used cue #2 for years and said it was the best “winning” cue stick.
  7. Tucker2020Cuefan on 3/15/2020 7:09:12 AM

    Can you send a photo of the butt cap and bottom of cue #2?

    I would like to see it, and it may help ID the cue.

  8. Tucker2020user1584508364 on 3/17/2020 10:12:46 PM

    Cue #2 resembles (maybe because it is) a 70s Meucci Original? May be a direction to look in. Not sure though. Just trying to maybe help.

  9. Tucker2020billiardsforum on 3/18/2020 2:39:37 AM

    Cue #2 is definitely not a Meucci Original cue. Joint pin, insert, and collar differ from anything put out by Meucci.

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Identify Two Older Pool Sticks 30+ Years Old

  • Title: Identify Two Older Pool Sticks 30+ Years Old
  • Author: (S. Tucker)
  • Published: 3/10/2020 5:41:08 PM
  • Last Updated: 3/12/2020 1:47:57 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)