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Value of a Meucci Originals 84-2 Cue with Pill Bumper

Value of a Meucci Originals 84-2 Cue with Pill Bumper

I have two Meucci Originals 84-2 cues, both with the pill bumpers and both with stainless steel pins.

How much is a pill-style bumper Meucci 84-2 cue worth?

The seller said he wasn't sure which of the few I purchased were refinished, but if any were, they were done by Mike Erwin.

They have been sitting in cue cases for the past 12-15 yrs.

Meucci Originals 84-2 cue #1

I see this exact version (including the wrap color) in my brochure archive pics.







Meucci Originals 84-2 cue #2

I can't find a matching catalog picture of this one, but I guess it was just a different wrap.






Value of a Meucci Originals 84-2 Cue with Pill Bumper

Replies & Comments

  1. Murph72billiardsforum on 2/9/2023 10:04:42 AM

    One question - how do you know they're Meucci Originals 84-2 models and not Meucci Originals 80-2 models?

    But assuming it's an 84-2 model:

    • Both of those Meucci 84-2 cues are in really great condition!
    • Both have the pill-style bumper, and one original matching shaft.

    This model is one of the less-common models from the Meucci Originals 84 series, and even more so less common with in-tact pill-style rubber bumpers.

    I have records of 5 previous sales of the Meucci 84-2 cue, and none were in as good of a condition as are yours, and none had the pill-style bumper.

    These sales were all between 2017 and now, and sold for prices as follows:

    1. Meucci 84-2 "Tournament of Champions" Version (with standard bumper) - $400
    2. Meucci 84-2 (with standard bumper and a non-Meucci shaft) - $260
    3. Meucci 84-2 (with standard bumper) - $350

    Also, a Meucci collector friend of mine estimated:

    A Meucci 84-2 cue is worth between $200 to $300 in "used or un-restored" shape, if straight. If it's in near-perfect or restored shape, $300-$500. $500 for sure if it has a brass pin.

    Normally I would say that's a bit high, but given that your have the pill-style bumpers, I would say it's close. Given that yours are in fantastic shape, and have the original pill-style bumpers, you'll obviously get something toward the higher-end.

    Hope that helps.

  2. Murph72Murph72 on 2/9/2023 10:09:41 AM

    Thank you! I was told they were Meucci 84-2 cues. Is there a way to tell the difference between a Meucci 80-2 and a Meucci 84-2?

    What about the spacing of the "Meucci Originals" logo below the rings/design? They both seem to be different.

  3. Murph72billiardsforum on 2/9/2023 11:39:07 AM

    That's a great question, and it's one of which I am not certain of the answer.

    The spacing certainly makes sense, and seems to match they way they look in the catalog, but that could just be coincidence.

    I'll ask around a bit.

  4. Murph72Murph72 on 2/20/2023 7:31:01 PM

    So I have still had no luck in trying to figure out which cue is which model.

    I sent the below pictures to Meucci Cue and got the reply below:






    And this was the response from Meucci:


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Value of a Meucci Originals 84-2 Cue with Pill Bumper

  • Title: Value of a Meucci Originals 84-2 Cue with Pill Bumper
  • Author: (M. Murphy)
  • Published: 2/8/2023 7:21:41 PM
  • Last Updated: 2/9/2023 8:14:15 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)