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Vintage Pool Cue - Help Identify

Vintage Pool Cue - Help Identify

This vintage pool cue was bought at a thrift store for $2.50 with the case. I have no idea which cue maker the pool cue is from and I am not sure if it's mother of pearl inlay. It is a beautiful cue!

Vintage Pool Cue - Help Identify

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  1. leader66Zeke on 6/30/2013 7:22:56 PM

    That method of inlay star pattern "engraving" - is indicative of cheaply made sticks. The butt/grip end has really deep, porous grained wood, another sign of an inferior species of wood but if it's straight, came with the case and you only paid $2.50, you did get a helluva good deal.

  2. leader66tasha_silvester on 7/19/2013 12:25:49 AM

    Well this cue looks good and I think you made a good deal by buying at a good price.

  3. leader66user1486241848 on 2/4/2017 8:53:14 PM

    I have this same pool cue.

    Did you ever figure it out? If not I am hoping that someone else can identify this vintage pool cue. It has no logo or markings.


  4. leader66user1538080479 on 9/27/2018 1:34:40 PM

    My wife bought a similar cue at a thrift store for 2 bucks. It is older and looks like 3 pieces of wood but does not come apart.

    The butt end has a very faint gold stamp which looks like its says "loreg" or "lorea", maybe with a "z" at the end. It is hard to tell.

    It also says New York under the name.

  5. leader66billiardsforum on 9/27/2018 2:40:55 PM

    You are going to need to upload some clear photos of the cue in order to get any help.

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Vintage Pool Cue - Help Identify

  • Title: Vintage Pool Cue - Help Identify
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  • Published: 6/30/2013 6:54:32 AM