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Meucci Jim Rempe JR-7 Cue Value

Meucci Jim Rempe JR-7 Cue Value

I wanted to check on a Jim Rempe Meucci Originals JR-7 cue that I have in my hands.

According to the owner, it was bought in the 1980s from Bob Meucci personally.

In doing research on it, I found an advertisement which has a statement indicating that real ivory was used for the inlays. Is this possible? How can I detect that?

I read earlier, that Bob Meucci had used various finishes.

The joint screws are made of brass and strangely there is no "Jimmy Rempe" or Meucci Originals logo on the butt.

Either way, what would the Meucci JR-7 cue be worth?

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So to summarize:

I got it from a retired billiard supply salesman from the 1980s-1990s.

He used to get some of the cues directly from the producers and received this one from Bob Meucci personally.

According to what he said it may be a prototype, and so naturally, I have a few questions about it.

  • The thread is brass and not the common Meucci joint pin,
  • there is no "Meucci" logo inscription on the butt at all,
  • the shaft is about an inch shorter than usual (may have had the ferrule replaced), and,
  • from the research I've done, I saw an older Meucci Jim Rempe cue ad claiming to have used real ivory on this model.

Can you help me with these odd points?

Meucci Jim Rempe JR-7 Cue Value

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Meucci Jim Rempe JR-7 Cue Value

  • Title: Meucci Jim Rempe JR-7 Cue Value
  • Author: (Marti Stephan)
  • Published: 12/4/2021 4:18:45 AM
  • Last Updated: 12/24/2021 10:10:33 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)