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Old Brunswick Identification


Old Brunswick Identification

Anyone have info on this old Brunswick? Thanks, Jack

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Old Brunswick Identification

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  1. user1552469428billiardsforum on 4/7/2019 4:57:51 PM

    It's a Brunswick Master cue (or a Brunswick Master II cue) (M and MII), first seen in the 1977 Brunswick cue catalogs and last seen in the 1979 catalog as far as I know.

    The Master II cue had a maple shaft instead of the standard French white ash shaft on the Master I.

    They aren't particularly sought-after, and don't really command much in terms of sale price.

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  2. user1552469428Chopdoc on 4/8/2019 3:57:22 PM

    Further, these were made by Dufferin in Canada.

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  3. user1552469428user1552469428 on 4/8/2019 4:29:59 PM

    Thanks! I have another Brunswick - if you don't mind, I'd appreciate any information you know about it. I know these old Brunswick cues aren't worth a lot of money. I like shooting with them. http://www.billiardsforum.com/pool-cue-identification/vintage-brunswick-cue-identification-help

  4. user1552469428billiardsforum on 4/8/2019 5:02:40 PM

    Looks like we already replied to you on that one... What else do you need?

  5. user1552469428user1552469428 on 4/8/2019 5:14:18 PM

    I'm good - Thanks for all the help! Appreciate everyone's time!

  6. user1552469428Chopdoc on 4/8/2019 6:17:33 PM

    Hey Gary, can you confirm the Brunswick Master was made in Canada? Any of your resources show that?

  7. user1552469428billiardsforum on 4/9/2019 2:42:34 AM

    @Chopdoc, I've heard this before as well, but I don't have anything that proves it one way or another.

  8. user1552469428user1552469428 on 4/9/2019 2:57:33 PM

    I think both old Brunswick joints have 3/8" but I'm not sure of the threads per inch either? Do you have any idea?

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Old Brunswick Identification

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  • Published: 4/7/2019 4:37:47 PM