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Value of a Meucci Original 88-5B Pool Cue?

Value of a Meucci Original 88-5B Pool Cue?

How much is a Meucci Original 88-5B worth?

I have one and I am looking for the value so I can post it for sale on eBay.

Value of a Meucci Original 88-5B Pool Cue?

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  1. user1511916993billiardsforum on 11/30/2017 6:14:20 PM

    What condition is it in? These are pretty highly sought-after so it will be an easy sell.

    Do it auction style, and post lots of good high-res close up photos of the detail on the cue.

    If it's in mint condition, you should be able to get between $700 and $1000 for it. If you have a 2nd matching shafts and both shafts are straight, you can add about $150.

    The last one I saw went on eBay for about $800 USD after 8 bids. You can bet that one would have been in great shape. Pics are no longer online though.

    This a Meucci Original out of the 88 series a 5B Arrow cue or some people call it a Indian cue. the tip and ferrule are original from the factory, the shaft has roll of a little more than a 1/16 other than that it has no nicks, dents, nothing. The butt in the last pic there is a dent that you should be able to see just inside the wrap, other than that it is perfect, don't wait to the last min because it could be sold locally, once there is a bid it will not be taken off. good luck e-mail questions or call or text 302-373-5353


    Let us know when you do post it up for sale. I'd like to follow the sale.

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Value of a Meucci Original 88-5B Pool Cue?

  • Title: Value of a Meucci Original 88-5B Pool Cue?
  • Author: (D. Lucas)
  • Published: 11/28/2017 7:56:34 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/30/2017 5:53:05 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)