I have this pool cue with the word "VINTAGE" and the roman numeral IX on the butt. Can you identify this pool cue stick?
- billiardsforum on 5/15/2017 6:39:47 PM
I'm drawing a blank on this one. Any markings under the bumper? Can you show us the rest of the cue?
I do have a "Vintage Brand Pool Cues" logo, but can't find where I got it from for the life of me.
- Mark Bellamy on 9/1/2017 5:02:38 PM
How much do you want for the Vintage pool cue? I pay cash or PayPal.
- user1506195896 on 9/23/2017 3:44:58 PM
Has anyone found the price or anything about this cue? Has name Vintage and Roman numerals XII on the one we have.
- billiardsforum on 9/24/2017 11:37:16 AM
I will ask again - can you show us the rest of the pool cue? Perhaps provide info on when and where you bought it? It will help point me in the right direction.
In 2011, there was a more intricate Vintage brand pool cue, brand new, for sale on AZB for $140. It was Vintage brand model VT95. The guy said they retailed for about $225. He couldn't sell his at $140, dropped the price to $100, and still didn't sell it. Here is the shitty picture:
Then, on eBay (2014) there was a Vintage brand pool cue, model 307, which sold for $51 USD. No pictures were available.
Used Pool Cue: Brand name Vintage Model 307. Measures 58 inches and weighs 19.3 oz.(according to my digital scale) Forearm runs-out 1/16 of a inch.(Last picture show the lift) Shaft rolls true and is straight.
Then more recently, this Vintage Brand Model IX pool cue sold for $70 in Farmington, NY.
I think this gives you an idea of how to value your pool cue.
- user1506970545 on 10/2/2017 2:55:47 PM
I have a vintage cue with roman numerals XII is this worth anything?
- billiardsforum on 10/2/2017 2:58:22 PM
You have a basic version of the cue, and I believe it was made in the 2nd month of 2010 (based on the XII).
I am still trying to find an old catalog or reference for these cues so I can put a model number to these, but I am coming up empty at the moment.
I would value it at somewhere between $40 and $80, but your experience may vary.
- Mark Bellamy on 10/3/2017 6:49:30 PM
Let me make both of you an offer on these cue sticks. I am reputable & a retired gentleman who just likes cues.
- user1506970545 on 10/3/2017 9:52:21 PM
I also have a JP cue for sell if your interested. Make me an offer.
- Mark Bellamy on 10/3/2017 11:59:51 PM
Would you take $150 for both?
- user1506970545 on 10/4/2017 12:38:24 AM
Oh no I’m sorry. The JP is $350 right now.
- Mark Bellamy on 10/4/2017 1:22:44 AM
I have a J series Pechauer coming tomorrow. With 2 shafts. Mother-of-pearl inlays. With a 2x2 black case. Bought for $95.
- Gary Mandehr on 10/4/2017 11:42:29 AM
Thanks for the help. I bought the cue at a local pawn shop for twenty bucks. It is a nice cue.
- Mark Bellamy on 10/5/2017 5:06:21 PM
Gary you got a deal on that cue my friend. Pawnshops are notorious for overpricing cue sticks. I went into a local pawnshop, they had a cue for sale for $200. It was a plain black butt no wrap Players cue. $200 for a $50 cue. And I knew the salesman from playing at a pool hall.
- user1506970545 on 10/6/2017 1:47:17 AM
I’ll take $200 for both with case if your interested?!?