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Value of a Spalding Pool Cue and Identify a Generic Cue


Value of a Spalding Pool Cue and Identify a Generic Cue

My grandfather just passed, and in going through his things, we found this cue pictured below. There is no printing on it to show what company it was made by. In fact, the only designating marks I can find are a few circles. It came in a generic looking pool cue case/bag.

Also, he had two Spalding cues that looked brand new, and each had a 21 oz sticker on them. Are they worth anything?

Value of a Spalding Pool Cue and Identify a Generic Cue

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  1. figarojonesbilliardsforum on 10/12/2009 5:01:00 AM

    The Spalding pool cues are very low-end pool cues. You get them in big box stores for about $20-$30. They are often referred to as Walmart cues.

  2. figarojonesguest on 10/12/2009 10:59:17 AM

    The generic cue pictured is a very cheap big box store-bought cue. In the store it can be purchased for about $20. I would look in Walmart or go to a cue store and look for the cheap section of cues and you should be able to find a close match.

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Value of a Spalding Pool Cue and Identify a Generic Cue

  • Title: Value of a Spalding Pool Cue and Identify a Generic Cue
  • Author: (Sean Carrick)
  • Published: 10/11/2009 10:31:34 PM