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Spliced Cue Identification

Spliced Cue Identification

I am hoping that you fine folks could help identify this cue.

It has what appears to be spliced points with green, red, and black veneers. The forearm and the lower part of the butt are two different unique different pieces of wood but look to both be maple. The lower part of the cue has a more figured ring pattern.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!








Spliced Cue Identification

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  1. KCCCKCCC on 3/7/2023 2:04:52 PM

    Are there any other photos I can grab of the cue that would be helpful?

  2. KCCCbilliardsforum on 3/7/2023 4:27:08 PM

    It's not ringing any bells off the top of my head, but as always, I'll continue to keep my eyes peeled.

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Spliced Cue Identification

  • Title: Spliced Cue Identification
  • Author:
  • Published: 3/6/2023 4:35:54 PM
  • Last Updated: 3/7/2023 4:05:50 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)