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Meucci Originals Model and Value


Meucci Originals Model and Value

I would like to know about the following Meucci Originals cues. Model number and ballpark value please.

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Meucci Originals Model and Value

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  1. user1549207245billiardsforum on 2/4/2019 3:45:26 PM

    You have two very nice Meucci Originals from the Meucci MO series.

    Both look to have the original Meucci Originals pill-style rubber bumper.

    • Left: Meucci Originals MO-6 - Fairly common but still relatively sought-after if in an un-restored mint condition. Should be able to get $500 give or take.
    • Cue on the Right: Meucci Originals MO-11 - These are more rare and harder to come by. Generally the Meucci Originals MO-11 cue is highly sought-after. Should clear well over $1000 or more on a good day if it is in an un-restored mint condition. They can go for between $1200 to $1400 in some cases. They are quite rare. That's 14-karat gold leaf in the butt sleeve. In fact, there is another version of this cue (where the butt sleeve figures have a black background instead of white like yours, and those have sold for between $1700 and $2000.

    That Meucci MO-11 with the white background - You'll have folks fighting over that cue. It's rare. Take your time with the sale if you decide to sell it.

  2. user1549207245Chopdoc on 2/4/2019 6:38:32 PM

    That MO-11 is a nice find.

    I will add that it looks like an exposed wrap cue. Meucci cues usually have the wrap finished over. If that is original that would perhaps make it more rare and more desirable.

    Some minor finish flaws will likely polish out.

    Strong value in that cue IMHO.

    One or two original shafts in good condition would help as well.

    One of the few Meucci cues I might like to own.

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  3. user1549207245slammed337 on 2/5/2019 5:21:29 AM

    Are you interested in selling these, by chance?

    If so, call (937) 608-0252.

  4. user1549207245user1549207245 on 2/5/2019 5:33:01 AM

    This cue has been in storage since 1980 and to my knowledge it is all original.

    I took more pictures today and found a crack in the in the bottom where the logo is. It has only one shaft with it and it is in good shape. I can send better pictures if needed.

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  5. user1549207245Chopdoc on 2/5/2019 9:10:18 AM

    Scott Erwin can replace the butt cap. His father was the shop foreman at Meucci. I believe the has the original logo stamps.

    Those original pill bumpers are impossible to find. Don't lose it.

  6. user1549207245user1549207245 on 2/5/2019 9:21:19 AM

    I will pass this information on to the next owner. I probably won't have it fixed myself. If you get time, can you get me contact information for Scott Erwin?

    Thanks for your help and input.

  7. user1549207245billiardsforum on 2/5/2019 10:17:44 AM

    Contact Scott Erwin at Master Cue & Repair.

    Contact info available on the linked page.

  8. user1549207245Chopdoc on 2/5/2019 7:54:44 PM

    I generally recommend not doing repairs and restorations before a sale. Let the new owner decide what he/she wants to do with it. So I agree with you.

    Generally speaking you do not recover the cost of such work in a sale anyway, so it's not usually the smart move.

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Meucci Originals Model and Value

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  • Published: 2/3/2019 7:20:46 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/4/2019 3:23:54 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)