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Unknown Carved Wood Cue?

Unknown Carved Wood Cue?

Last one (I promise!)

Looking for the value of a carved wood pool cue.

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Unknown Carved Wood Cue?

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  1. BellaVista9billiardsforum on 4/14/2019 11:18:24 AM

    This looks like a 4-piece pool cue if I am seeing it correctly.

    These usually turn out to be junk "souvenier-grade" pool cues brought back to the United States by service men from places like Vietnam.

    They are usually made from wood that is poor in quality for use in a pool cue, and other poor materials.

    It's nothing special other than whatever sentimental value it might have to you.

    See the numerous other posts about these carved-handle pool cues. Here are just a few of them:

    P.S. No worries, I'd love to see more of the collection if you want to know more about them. We've had some good luck so far in that I think we identified 6 of 6 up to this point.

    Was your grandfather a cue retailer, collector, avid pool player?

  2. BellaVista9BellaVista9 on 4/14/2019 12:05:55 PM


    Thank you so much for all your help! You've been so generous with your time and your remarkable expertise. Those are the only ones that seem interesting or potentially more valuable than the rest.

    My grandfather was an avid pool player during most of his life and also an avid trader of various items (pool cues, guitars, power tools, etc) throughout his life (but especially in retirement). I grew up making the rounds of the local pawn shops and occasionally visiting the local pool hall with him. I also remember watching many a pool tournament on TV and having him explain the game to me.

    I'm keeping the cue he gave me when I was a child, as well a few others that are tied to family friends.

    One last question...any tips on the easiest way to sell these few I've posted? I suppose I could go the E-bay route, but wondering if trying to sell them on a forum makes sense or if there are dealers I could contact. A quick online search yielded some dealers in the area who sell new equipment, but none that carry used like this. Any other thoughts?

    Thanks again!

  3. BellaVista9billiardsforum on 4/14/2019 12:18:07 PM

    Any time.

    eBay will probably be your best bet for cues in the range of what you've got there.

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Unknown Carved Wood Cue?

  • Title: Unknown Carved Wood Cue?
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  • Published: 4/14/2019 10:21:35 AM
  • Last Updated: 4/14/2019 11:12:47 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)