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Meucci HOF-1 Signed By Robert J. Meucci

Meucci HOF-1 Signed By Robert J. Meucci

I am trying to identify this Meucci cue that was signed by Robert j Meucci.

I can’t find one like it, and I am wondering which model it is, if it is a rare Meucci pool cue, and how much it is worth.



Meucci HOF-1 Signed By Robert J. Meucci

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  1. user1516221867billiardsforum on 1/17/2018 6:13:17 PM

    What Meucci model is it:

    Is it rare?

    • No.

    Does Bob's signature make it rare?

    • No. Not really. But it might just give it a slight leg-up in desirability against all of the other Meucci HOF-1 cues out there.

    How much is a Meucci HOF-1 with a Robert J Meucci signature worth?

    • It is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. $300 or $400 might be a ball park, but you will have to do your research in the market in which it is for sale, which should be easier now that you know the model. Having the Bob Meucci's signature might allow you to ask a 10% to 15% premium, but not much more than that.

    If my cue is not a Meucci HOF-1, but instead, is a Meucci M-6 or a Meucci 95-11, is it worth more or less in value?

    • Generally no. They all sell for around the same, and you can still get the Meucci HOF-1 brand new. The only way one would be worth more, is if it was a brand-new, old-stock Meucci 95-11 (e.g. someone found one still in the plastic, never chalked), OR, if it was a Meucci M-6 and you had a way to prove it (perhaps via the type of weight-bolt it has, or if you have an original sales receipt), and even then, your asking price wouldn't go up all that much.
  2. user1516221867user1516221867 on 1/17/2018 6:25:00 PM

    Thanks so much for all info I was thinking it was one of those three models, but I just wanted a better answer. I haven’t seen it in those colors before.

  3. user1516221867billiardsforum on 1/17/2018 7:12:36 PM

    What most folks don't know or understand is that with Meucci (and other cue makers), veneer colors, wood grain, forearm stain, etc. were all variable and not 100% consistent throughout the life of a model, and will kill themselves looking for that exact one in a brochure. The brochures almost always contain photos of the cues from just the first production runs or even of the prototype cues, and not necessarily be representative of all of the stain and color options offered throughout the life of the series.

    And actually I am just noticing one more thing, it looks like either a blemish, or a chip, or something... can you tell me more about what is happening here?


    In any case, you have a nice cue there. Glad I could help.

  4. user1516221867user1516221867 on 1/17/2018 7:26:58 PM

    Never noticed it and just looked at the cue and it must be how the camera took it cause it ain’t there when looking at the cue

  5. user1516221867billiardsforum on 1/17/2018 7:40:21 PM


    It looks very obvious in the photo, and it's hard to believe it's not there when you look at the actual cue. I can even see where it extends down past the rectangle in the chain-link. How about another photo from the same angle, with different lighting?

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Meucci HOF-1 Signed By Robert J. Meucci

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