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Value of a 1970s Meucci Originals MO7 Cue

Value of a 1970s Meucci Originals MO7 Cue

How much is a Meucci MO7 cue worth that I've owned since the 1970s (I thinkā€”It was a lost decade)?

I'm wondering what the value of the Meucci MO7 cue would be today.

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Value of a 1970s Meucci Originals MO7 Cue

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  1. user1622664377billiardsforum on 6/8/2021 3:31:53 AM

    Your Meucci Originals MO-7 cue looks to be in fantastic shape.

    If it was from the 1970s, it would typically have a smaller rounder shaped rubber bumper (but they often ended up cracking and being replaced with the style you have on yours).

    The ones with the original pill-style bumpers command the most from collectors. If you know yours hasn't been replaced, it may be a later iteration of that model's design.

    Then there's the weight bolt under the rubber bumper. The flat-head bolts are older. Hex-style bolts are generally newer.

    Either way, this particular design was very popular, and as such, there are plenty of them around in near-perfect condition. That is evidenced in the number of questions asked here about this exact model.

    Visit these previous MO7 cue questions for more info:

    That said, there'll still be demand. There's quite a large cohort of Meucci Originals cue collectors out there.

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Value of a 1970s Meucci Originals MO7 Cue

  • Title: Value of a 1970s Meucci Originals MO7 Cue
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  • Published: 6/2/2021 1:06:18 PM
  • Last Updated: 6/8/2021 3:13:06 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)