log in
sign up or:

with google or facebook

or

By using this site you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service

forgot password?

Need Help Identifying Two Pool Cues


Need Help Identifying Two Pool Cues

Hello People, I am new to this forum and I have been playing billiards since I was a kid. I have not played much in the recent years and I need help to let me know the brand and model of the two carambola cues shown below.

Many thanks, and here are the pictures:

Need Help Identifying Two Pool Cues

Replies & Comments

  1. EslotesEslotes on 12/19/2012 8:46:59 AM

    no one can help me?

  2. EslotesFenwick on 12/19/2012 10:26:16 AM

    Answers don't always come within 4 hours. I'm not a cue maker or a trader of cues so no I can't help. Try putting carambola cues into a search engine.

  3. EslotesMitch Alsup on 12/19/2012 9:40:03 PM

    It seems to me that carambola cues are Carambola cues. Not much research is required.

    The question then turns to what are Caramboloa cues? who made them and what might they be worth. {No cules here.}

  4. EslotesEslotes on 12/20/2012 1:54:29 AM

    One is Longoni 1 Star Styled BY Renzo Homofoni-Lonofoni dont know the other says Hand made and the flag of belgium

  5. EslotesEslotes on 12/20/2012 9:19:42 AM

    need to know more info,thanks!

  6. EslotesZeke on 12/21/2012 8:08:40 AM

    More info? Like what - specifically?

    We already know the wood species, the maker of one of the cues, a Google Search suggests they are native to Mexico and east Asia and that the species is a fruit bearing tree - when not made into a cue-stick shaft.

    We assume questions such as yours are ALREADY Google searched by the author. I urge you to do that, before posting here?

  7. EslotesEslotes on 12/21/2012 8:22:08 AM

    Zeke i only could find new ones of longoni. And i want to know which model it is,and about the other one i dont know

  8. EslotesZeke on 12/21/2012 10:54:38 AM

    The photos are fuzzy and the labeling as well. Perhaps you could post what YOU can read - rather than a poor resolution photo?

    Does the imprint appear to be in Spanish or of Spanish derivation?

    Any other markings? When rolled on a flat surface, are they true (implying "better" quality)?

  9. EslotesFenwick on 12/21/2012 11:42:15 AM

    I think what we're trying to say is we are not cue makers or appraisers. There is a blue book on cues but I think the book would cost more then the cue is worth,. No disrespect intended. A lot of people find cues and want to know their value. Unless it from a well known cue maker there's no way of knowing.

  10. Eslotesbilliardsforum on 4/21/2013 10:09:38 AM

    For us to identify these you'll need much higher resolution photos, as well as to provide much more background information on the cues, such as where you are location, where the cues were purchased, the length and weights of the cues, etc.

    The more information you can provide, the better we can "point you in the right direction" for researching further. You will only get out of this as much effort as you put in.

    For starters, the Longoni Italian pool cue has a signature on it, but I can't make it out. What does it say? On the other one, there is obviously some writing on it but the pictures are no good. What does it say?

upload a photo or document

use plain text or markdown syntax only

log in or sign up

Sign in to ensure your message is posted.

If you don't have an account, enter your email and choose a password below and we'll create your account.

Preview:

Need Help Identifying Two Pool Cues

  • Title: Need Help Identifying Two Pool Cues
  • Author:
  • Published: 12/19/2012 4:49:48 AM