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1994 Summer Series Meucci SS-2 Cue Value

1994 Summer Series Meucci SS-2 Cue Value

Can anyone give me a value of a Meucci SS-2 cue from their 1994 "Summer Series"?



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1994 Summer Series Meucci SS-2 Cue Value

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  1. bvories23billiardsforum on 2/1/2021 4:33:03 AM

    The Meucci SS2 cue is worth around $250, give or take $25-$50 for condition being particularly great (or bad), etc.

  2. bvories23bvories23 on 2/25/2021 3:31:07 PM

    I'm not negating your valuation, but I'm curious where the number comes from.

    I have been looking for this cue, and posted on about 20 Facebook pool cue pages, for several weeks, and have only even seen two of these cues. One of them was beat to death and not even for sale, the other was in decent condition and it sold on eBay for over $400.

    It seems as though they are somewhat "rare" as far as availability.

  3. bvories23billiardsforum on 3/1/2021 7:41:14 AM

    Yes, good points.

    Two things I considered:

    1. The Meucci SS-2 cue's design is generally regarded as un-remarkable, and the cue is from a period in Meucci Cue's history that wasn't particularly good in terms of quality, etc. In general and other than Meucci dealers, most folks don't really know about this series. Therefore, since it doesn't have any model-specific demand, you generally price it as any random 1990s Meucci cue. It's in low demand in general for this reason.

    2. We don't necessarily know the specifics of the eBay sale. It may have been someone like yourself who wanted that specific cue (perhaps to complete the series), and thus, paid over market for it to ensure they got it. The $400 price only holds up as a "valuation" if there's a generally steady demand (and supply) for that cue, in that condition*, at **that price. Being at it for 15 years, I just don't see that level of demand for this specific cue.

    Of course, markets change, demand and supply changes, etc. There aren't any openly for sale right now. So if one hit the market, it may fetch $300 to $400. In 6 months, there might be few of them for sale at the same time, in which case they wouldn't generally get that price (unless there were a few folks like you specifically looking for the cue).

    Based on the difficulty you say you've had in finding one, I can concede that my estimate above might be a bit low right now as demand is clearly outpacing supply.

    If it turns out that there's a steady supply of buyers specifically looking for this cue as you are, then the prices will trend up.

  4. bvories23user1590740066 on 3/9/2023 3:42:48 AM

    I purchased a Meucci SS-2 cue in mint condition several years ago for my son. I can’t remember what I paid and it hasn't touched chalk since he got it. He absolutely treasures the cue stick. He actually moved back to the US a couple years ago and I just discovered the cue today under his bed and still in the pool cue case. So I boxed it up and I am going to surprise him again. LOL.

    The value of anything is what someone is willing to pay. My son's is not for sale.

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1994 Summer Series Meucci SS-2 Cue Value

  • Title: 1994 Summer Series Meucci SS-2 Cue Value
  • Author: (Bret Vories)
  • Published: 1/31/2021 9:51:02 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/1/2021 4:31:08 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)