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Old Brunswick Cue Value

Old Brunswick Cue Value

What would you value these old Brunswick 2 piece cues at?


Old Brunswick Cue Value

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  1. RUSTYbilliardsforum on 10/14/2018 6:18:20 PM

    Can you post a close-up image showing what those stickers say? Can't really make it out.

  2. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 2:43:05 PM

    I would've loved to, but they sold along with several others before I could even get a taste. The guy wanted $100 just for these two cues.

    He had several other cues but as I stated there is a mole in the group that's jumping posts and snagging every thing up. I'm no longer going to post pictures or cues. Let them find them for themselves. I know who the mole is. It's the same guy who goes around policing eBay making sure that poster's items are to his liking. I guess this person has nothing better to do! He knows who he is so I'll leave it at that.

    Thanks for looking Sir.

  3. RUSTYbilliardsforum on 10/15/2018 4:48:28 PM

    I am not sure about all that, and that's not what this site is about.

    It's nobody's fault here that an item (or any item) on eBay sells or doesn't sell. The folks you think are getting "the scoop" here are probably already monitoring specific cues on eBay and would get them regardless of whether or not they are posted here. There are a lot of "players" in the game of pool cue arbitrage so when a cue comes up on eBay that is either rare, or priced under market value, there are always a number of folks competing.

    I'd also be careful of accusing the subject matter experts that you might need to answer your questions.

    The folks here answering the questions are indeed experts in the area of pool cues and look at hundreds if not thousands of cues a week. Those folks will always get the deal before others (who might waste a day or more posting a question, waiting for a reply because they don't have specific knowledge on a particular cue or brand). It's the nature of arbitrage in any industry - those who have the knowledge, have the advantage, and that isn't unique to this site, etc.

    This site and the knowledge is free for all. The information and efforts are "paid for" by the value each question has to the future visitors looking for the same info. If someone posts a vague question with no photos or context, it is useless to anyone visiting after the fact, and adds zero value to the community.

    Hopefully you'll continue to post quality questions and perhaps even contribute some of your own pool cue knowledge when and were you can.

  4. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 5:05:22 PM

    I have some knowledge and when I do I will share.

    I'm not basing my information on fiction, but I've actually dealt with this individual on a personal level on eBay as they use the same screen name here as on eBay. This person sent me several messages on eBay telling me what I had what it's worth and I've talked to other people who also sell and they say this buyer has jumped them as well, trying to set their price for them that's kind of out of line for a person who isn't even involved in my sale to try and convince me what I should or shouldn't do with my item.

    With that being said I also look at hundreds of cues a day sometimes and I'd never tell someone what they have and it's value because to me that's an opinion. What is worth nothing to one is worth something to another.

    I appreciate your site but my eBay messages don't lie about a low-baller or someone looking in their best interest.

    Have a good evening sir, thank you again.

  5. RUSTYbilliardsforum on 10/15/2018 6:00:36 PM

    Cool. So is that the only photo of the cues from the sale or is the listing still accessible? Would like to post the other photos of the Brunswick cues for future viewers. Can you point me to the Facebook group or marketplace where this sale occurred?

  6. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 6:30:29 PM

    It's on Facebook Marketplace. There is one cue left new but it is not as desirable as these two and the other two he had. The gentleman is from Iowa. He still has one listed,m the other 4 with inlay and piloted joint's sold in a snap.

    This is his photo not mine!


  7. RUSTYChopdoc on 10/15/2018 6:36:15 PM

    That's a standard Brunswick gold sticker used on many cues. It will not identify them.

    It's the butt cap logo that identifies these.

    They are Adam made. Rare in this condition.

    There was one guy on AZB looking specifically for cues with that impressed logo several years ago. I don't remember who.

    Jayman on AZB is the best expert I know on Adam cues and might know the exact models of these cues.


  8. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 6:38:35 PM

    They were mint and the guy sold them for pennies. Literally they were still in the new packages. He still has these ones as well, 40 bucks a piece.

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  9. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 7:08:01 PM

    What would you value these last 2 cues at, which are currently selling at $40 a piece? In your opinions?

  10. RUSTYChopdoc on 10/15/2018 9:07:14 PM

    The ones after the first two posted?



  11. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/15/2018 9:16:24 PM

    Yes the ones after the first two I posted. I really wanted the first two but they were gone in minutes. I think these other two are still available.

    UPDATE: I bought those last two cues above. They should be shipped tomorrow, so when I get them I will post pictures of them. They are new and have never been chalked.

  12. RUSTYRUSTY on 10/17/2018 3:42:43 PM

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Old Brunswick Cue Value

  • Title: Old Brunswick Cue Value
  • Author: (Tim Linn)
  • Published: 10/13/2018 2:44:03 AM
  • Last Updated: 10/15/2018 6:54:08 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)