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Montgomery Ward Pool Cue

Montgomery Ward Pool Cue

Anyone heard of Montgomery Ward pool cue? I have brand new 2-piece Montgomery Ward pool cue, still in the bag with all of the stickers, and it is really old. It has serial number and everything.

Anyone heard of them? I can't find anything about it online. Nothing. Not even a picture. It is probably garbage cue and that's why there is nothing on the internet about them.


Montgomery Ward Pool Cue

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  1. Jacob Woodbilliardsforum on 9/24/2017 7:27:14 PM

    Cool! I like this pool cue.

    Can you tell me exactly what the numbers are on the Montgomery Ward sticker, and also what it says on the smaller sticker below it? I can't really tell from the pictures.

    Montgomery Ward was a large retailer/department store, and they made and sold pool tables in the 1960s and 1970s etc. If you made and sold pool tables, you probably also had cues to go along with them.

    I can't find anything at first glance, but if you can provide the details mentioned above, I will have a deeper look.

  2. Jacob WoodJacob Wood on 9/25/2017 10:50:10 AM

    Montgomery ward 60-93324 sticker below says Taiwan republic of China




  3. Jacob WoodJacob Wood on 8/2/2018 10:45:40 AM

    Guess no one has any info on this old cue, maybe I have a rarity?

  4. Jacob Woodbilliardsforum on 8/2/2018 6:04:48 PM

    While it's nice you have an older cue that is preserved in that good of a shape, I am afraid that it's not a rarity.

    You aren't getting replies because it is a very low-end cue that would have been sold in 1970s big box retailers e.g. K-Mart, etc. It's just not a notable cue. It may well have been a "house" cue included with their residential-grade pool tables.

    It would be the equivalent to today's $20 Wal-Mart cue. No matter how good a shape a Wal-Mart cue would be in 50 years from know, nobody would know anything about it because they just aren't good enough or notable enough for anyone to catalog them or write about them, nor would any collectors be looking for them.

    It's cool as a conversation-piece, or even a cue you might play with for fun, but it's not a collectible-grade cue.

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Montgomery Ward Pool Cue

  • Title: Montgomery Ward Pool Cue
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  • Published: 9/23/2017 10:22:16 PM
  • Last Updated: 9/24/2017 7:37:52 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)