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Un-Named Pool Cue with No Logos or Markings


Un-Named Pool Cue with No Logos or Markings

Can anyone identify this nameless pool cue with no logo? I've been over it with a magnifying glass multiple times and there are no marks of any kind.

The person that I bought it from said it was a McDermott, but I contacted them and they have said that it isn't theirs. They said it looks like it could be a Lucasi cue stick but that has been another dead end.

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Un-Named Pool Cue with No Logos or Markings

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  1. poorplaybilliardsforum on 4/29/2018 5:23:54 PM

    They are saying Lucasi because the style of rings in your cue is similar to those commonly put in Lucasi cues. But if it was a Lucasi, then 99% chance it would have a Lucasi logo on the cue somewhere, as the majority of their cues do.

    Is there a uni-loc joint on that cue? Pictures are blurry/fuzzy so it is hard to tell.

    Based on what I can see from the photos, I would say it's a cheap import cue, probably from HONG-Jie Billiards (Taishan Hongjie Billiards Products Manufacturing Factory) or a similar producer. You can find them by the hundreds on sites like Alibaba. To give you an idea about the quality, Hongjie supplies these cues wholesale for between $2 and $10 USD per cue.

    That joint type isn't common among North American pool cue manufacturers (as far as I know) but it is common among Chinese manufacturers. Also, I see that Hongjie does offer it as an option.

    Unfortunately I have not been able to locate the exact model. If I come across anything, I will update you. Please also let me know if you find any more information or if you identify it before I can.

  2. poorplaypoorplay on 4/29/2018 5:35:03 PM

    Thank you. I'm thinking you are right about it being a cheap knock off pool cue. I'm assuming that if it wasn't, the inlays would not be painted on.

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  3. poorplaybilliardsforum on 4/29/2018 6:59:30 PM

    Yes that would be a dead give-away. Usually they are done by water-decals which usually have a finished look that most would think was either paint or ink.

    Either way, I'd say it's safe to assume it's a cheap import.

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Un-Named Pool Cue with No Logos or Markings

  • Title: Un-Named Pool Cue with No Logos or Markings
  • Author: (Robert Stump)
  • Published: 4/29/2018 6:29:21 AM
  • Last Updated: 4/29/2018 5:20:57 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)