The photos above still show zero evidence that they're cues made by George Balabushka.
They're most likely inexpensive import cues of little to no value as a collectible cue. One of the cues even has the production stickers showing the weight and the model name. This type of carved wood pool cues with those particular stickers are typically indicative of low-quality import cues.
Could I be wrong? Yes. With proof, I will gladly revise my responses, but I have yet to see anything in your posts and photos that indicates I am wrong.
It's clear you aren't going to get the answer you want to hear.
We're going to have to leave it at that, unless you have concrete proof you can share.
If you don't trust my response, search this website for "carved pool cue" (or similar), you'll find many previous questions about similar cues where others (besides myself) have responded with similar answers.
Here's an example of a cue which is very similar to the middle cue in the photos above. It's out of a business-to-business catalog from the Kao-Kao factory in Japan. Any company can order these and brand them as they please. Over the years, many brands have imported this and similar models, and sold them in North America as low-end, low-cost pool cues.