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Longoni Harlequin Purchased 1995 Nyc by German Artist

Longoni Harlequin Purchased 1995 Nyc by German Artist

Anybody ever see one of these Longoni cues before? I cannot find any mention of it anywhere.

It is in like-new condition, not a scratch anywhere, and rarely used because the pool table was underneath the artist's main work table. To get to the table, he used a 1000 kg capacity ceiling crane to move the half-inch thick stainless steel work table aside.

I'm interested to know any information about what it should sell for, etc. Personally, I think it is a work of art.




Longoni Harlequin Purchased 1995 Nyc by German Artist

Replies & Comments

  1. BobCovChopdoc on 5/21/2019 10:17:42 AM

    I feel like I have seen one, but not sure. Very cool cue.

    It looks to be in amazing condition.

    I would suggest contacting Longoni for information.

  2. BobCovBobCov on 5/21/2019 10:42:36 AM

    I cannot contact Longoni because the only contact portal I can find is Facebook and I don't do Facebook.

    Thanks for your feedback! I think it is a really cool cue, too! I'm afraid to even ask to try it at the pool hall because what if I drop it or something? That would be horrible.

  3. BobCovbilliardsforum on 5/22/2019 2:40:47 AM

    That is a beauty.

    You have a Longoni LV-12A pool cue.

    500 were made. Should be a serial number on the stainless steel joint collar.

    Design is inlaid by hand. Italian marquetry. They came standard with two shafts.


    I also found one on an American cue dealer's website, Star Jukeboxes, but they've labeled it as a LV/2-A which is incorrect. It was #50 of 500. Price was $1200 USD.

    There is a very similar (but not identical) carom version on their website which has more info, but I am not sure if the pool cue version you have is made in the same way:

    The carom model is called "mod. Pulcinella"

    Precious limited edition cue with italian marquetery and completely handmade inlays.

    On the two edges of the butt there stainless steel rings with the serial number diamond cheased.

    Used woods: bds maple hand stained, briar wood, zebrano wood, ebony


    Now that you know the model number, you can find a few others if you do a google search.

    This is all I could find, so if you need further info, you'll have to get on Facebook.

  4. BobCovChopdoc on 5/22/2019 4:15:26 AM

    Cool find!

    Helps the poster avoid Facebook I guess, but I have to say Longoni is an actual company with actual people, they have a physical address, telephone number, and email address...none of which are difficult to find at all. In addition, I believe they have a cue registry.

    Anyway, now I remember where I saw one. It was #14 for sale back in 2014.


  5. BobCovbilliardsforum on 5/22/2019 4:28:09 AM

    Yeah I saw #14 posted for sale on AZB (2015) - I think that's the one you mentioned.

    Longoni Email:


    Their phone number is also on the contact info page of their official website, but on that same page, it says:


  6. BobCovChopdoc on 5/22/2019 8:11:45 AM

    They make their Facebook contact pretty prominent so I guess a lot of people don't see past it.

  7. BobCovbilliardsforum on 5/22/2019 2:01:08 PM

    It's more the statement directly above that in the image... They literally come out and say it.

  8. BobCovBobCov on 5/23/2019 9:58:11 AM

    Thanks all!

    The serial number was not on the stainless steel collar. On the butt of the cue, it says "35 100" which I would assume to mean this is number 35.

    It's great to know the model number and the name for the model and that it was a limited edition. I really appreciate all the help.

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Longoni Harlequin Purchased 1995 Nyc by German Artist

  • Title: Longoni Harlequin Purchased 1995 Nyc by German Artist
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  • Published: 5/20/2019 12:13:18 AM
  • Last Updated: 5/22/2019 3:34:42 AM
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