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1980 Jim Rempe Pool Cue Value

1980 Jim Rempe Pool Cue Value

Would appreciate some help evaluating this Jim Rempe cue, which I bought new in Colorado around '79 - '80. Yes, it's a bit scuffed but still in decent shape IMHO. As I recall, I paid $175.00 USD for the cue when I bought it new, thought I saw a similar cue in a catalog about 10 yrs later for $500 - $600 USD. Just curious what this bad boy might be worth today. A collector's item worth zillions of dollars by now, right? Ha!

1980 Jim Rempe Pool Cue Value

Replies & Comments

  1. KirbyKirby on 3/14/2013 11:15:50 PM

    I am still looking for information on this Jim Rempe pool cue from the late 1970s or early 1980s. Does anyone know what a Jimmy Rempe pool cue like this is worth?

  2. KirbyZeke on 3/16/2013 8:38:43 AM

    Take that mushroom off the tip - and you can add $5.00 to the out-the-door price ;-)

  3. KirbyKirby on 3/16/2013 10:55:53 PM

    Guess I overlooked that. It has been awhile since I've used the cue. Thanks for pointing that out.

  4. Kirbytasha_silvester on 3/17/2013 11:06:26 AM

    I wonder if anything else can be added at the tip to make it worth more? Diamond?

  5. KirbyKirby on 3/18/2013 2:52:38 AM

    My guess would be a new tip, professionally applied and sculpted. And maybe some dancing girls.

  6. Kirbyuser1615653740 on 3/13/2021 8:42:21 AM

    Did you ever find the price for this Jim Rempe pool cue?

    I have the same exact one.

    It has the leather wrap and the supposedly real ivory inlays.

  7. Kirbybilliardsforum on 3/13/2021 10:10:37 AM

    FYI - this is an Adam Jim Rempe J/R-12 cue a.k.a. the "King" model. It was made by Adam Cue Co. of Japan.

    The inlays are most definitely not ivory, but if you know of a source, like an old brochure or catalog, that proves they are, let me know.

    The ferrules are made from a a product called ivoriteĀ®.

    @user1615653740 - With older cues, there isn't really going to be "a price" someone can tell you based on knowing the model. Condition is everything with used pool cues. To get a value for your specific Jim Rempe cue, we'll need to see it in clear and close-up photos. Things like wrap type, wrap condition, number of shafts (and their condition), tip condition, etc.

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1980 Jim Rempe Pool Cue Value

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  • Published: 3/13/2010 11:40:29 AM