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Meucci Series M3 Cue Value

Meucci Series M3 Cue Value

Was recently given a Meucci cue. Have not played in a long time but am hoping to get back into it. Any idea what the cue is worth?


Meucci Series M3 Cue Value

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  1. user1486359805billiardsforum on 2/6/2017 11:12:22 AM

    As far as I can tell from the one photo, you have a Meucci M-3 pool cue from the "Meucci Series" made in the early 1990s.

    I don't see a lot of them around, but there is nothing special or rare about them.

    Now that you know the model number, you should be able to research it based on previous sales of this cue on classified sites like eBay, etc.

    NOTE: Don't confuse the "Meucci Series M-3" (which is what you have) with the Meucci "Mueller's Series M3" which was a line made later for Mueller's billiard supply.

    The Meucci M3 cue is in the "Meucci Series" catalog page:



    Here are a few other examples of the Meucci M3 pool cue:



  2. user1486359805user1498350424 on 6/24/2017 8:27:07 PM

    In the picture with all of the cues from the Meucci M series...

    I have the 4th cue from the top. Do you have any idea what it is? I always thought it was a Meucci M3.


  3. user1486359805billiardsforum on 6/24/2017 9:26:47 PM

    @Jm, The 4th cue from the top of that brochure page is the Meucci M4.


    Keep in mind that there are a good number of other Meucci series throughout the years with almost identical designs as the Meucci Series M4. Most notably is the Meucci 95-8 pool cue as shown below.


  4. user1486359805user1498350424 on 6/25/2017 9:55:35 AM

    Thank you, once I saw the page of meucci cues, i realize they I don't have the m4, but rather a m6...Any idea of value Thanks, Jm

  5. user1486359805billiardsforum on 6/25/2017 10:09:28 AM

    Meucci M-6 could also be an HOF-1.

    Not sure on the value off the top of my head. Best way is to keep an eye on classifieds... I don't have any notes on these two at the moment.

    The Meucci HOF1 retailed around $415 - I think you can still get em made if you request one, so a used one would be somewhere less than this, depending on the market and the condition of the cue.

    Now that I look quickly, I am seeing them, in almost "brand new" condition for ~$300.

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Meucci Series M3 Cue Value

  • Title: Meucci Series M3 Cue Value
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  • Published: 2/6/2017 12:43:27 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/6/2017 12:47:03 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)