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Ralph Greenleaf Pool Cue

Ralph Greenleaf Pool Cue

My father has a pool cue stick with Ralph Greenleaf’s name engraved on it. It’s a two-piece cue and comes in a carrying case.

Does anybody know the brand name of this pool stick or who the manufacturer was?

Does anyone have any idea what a Ralph Greenleaf pool cue might be worth?

There isn't a whole lot of literature out there on this.

Ralph Greenleaf Pool Cue

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  1. Jen Myersbilliardsforum on 10/20/2021 12:36:01 AM

    In order to best identify and value your Ralph Greenleaf signature cue, it would be best if you could post some clear photos.

    Ralph was sponsored by the Brunswick Balke Collender company, so it could be a Brunswick-branded pool cue (which may or may not have been manufactured by Brunswick).

    The one I see around from time-to-time looks like this one below. Is that what your father's cue is like?


    If that's the case, here's some anecdotal information:

    • Manufactured by Brunswick
    • They pre-date the Titlist blank cues, and were likely built during the Great Depression (when Greenleaf traveled)
    • They are similar to later Rambow cues
    • All seem to have a rosewood-into-maple forearm with four veneers, a leather wrap, and a brass joint.

    On the other hand, I've read other anecdotal information indicating that the Ralph Greenleaf cues were not made by Brunswick and were perhaps made in China. I haven't been able to verify that, however.

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Ralph Greenleaf Pool Cue

  • Title: Ralph Greenleaf Pool Cue
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  • Published: 9/7/2021 10:29:19 AM
  • Last Updated: 10/20/2021 12:21:46 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)