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Old Muecci

Old Muecci

Inherited my uncles cues after he passed away. He beat me many times using this cue. He spent a bunch of money on a Pechauer cue a few years before he died, but still preferred this one.

I know it’s old. I know it’s Meucci. I know it is now my favorite cue too. But that’s about all I know. Looking around the forum it seems like there are some experts here that could help. Thank you!




Old Muecci

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  1. yackjebilliardsforum on 11/8/2021 1:38:12 AM

    You have either a:

    • Meucci 80-5 Cue (Meucci Originals 80-5 Cue) from the Meucci 80 series circa 1980-1983, or a;
    • Meucci 84-6 Cue (Meucci Originals 84-6 Cue) from the Meucci 84 series circa 1984-1987

    meucci-80-5-cue.jpg meucci-84-6-cue.jpg

    See also:

  2. yackjeyackje on 11/11/2021 8:00:27 AM

    Great! Thanks for info. Thought it was early to mid 80’s but the photos I found were all a little different.

    Anything to check to determine which one?

    Thanks again!!

  3. yackjebilliardsforum on 11/11/2021 3:29:49 PM

    Not really. They're materially identical. It's just a continuation of a specific model over several chronological cue series. Value-wise, they're worth the same.

    The only thing, really, that could date one as older than another, would be a smaller, rounder rubber bumper. The presence of that might indicate that it's the older one, and having that specific bumper style might make it worth marginally more, but not much.

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Old Muecci

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  • Published: 10/22/2021 8:56:25 PM