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Value of a Meucci PC-2 Pool Cue

Value of a Meucci PC-2 Pool Cue

How much would my Meucci PC-2 pool cue from the Meucci Paramount Collection line be worth in today's market?


Value of a Meucci PC-2 Pool Cue

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  1. user1509579460user1530033437 on 6/26/2018 1:17:18 PM

    I have a Meucci cue appearing identical to this one pictured. I bought it new in mid 1980's.

    I have been told that it has real ivory in the butt end, and mother of pearl inlays. I have also been told it is synthetic ivory. It appears very grainy! I am not sure either way.

    It is in very nice condition, always kept in a wooden, Amish-made cue case since it was new. I still use it regularly, but have never used it to break a rack! I have had the tip replaced a couple of times, but never the ferule.

    I have been offered $350 for it a couple times. What would be the current value of this cue be? I may just put it away, or sell it, depending on value.

    Thanks for any information you may offer.

  2. user1509579460billiardsforum on 6/26/2018 6:14:27 PM

    @user1530033437 - If you bought it in the min 1980s then it's not the cue pictured above. The Meucci Paramount Collection was introduced in the 1990s (appeared in their 1993 catalog). Could yours be a Meucci Meucci 84-4, which is vaguely similar?


    Could also be a Meucci ST5 from the Meucci Starter Collection.


    Now, assuming you DO have a Meucci PC2 and didn't get it in the 1980s, let's address your other questions one at a time:

    1. Been told that it has real ivory in the butt end, and mother of pearl inlays. Also been told it is synthetic ivory?

      Negative on both. Meucci never used ivory in it's production cues. "Synthetic Ivory"? No again. Without knowing what your cue is for sure, and without seeing photos, it's most likely a Phenolic Resin.

    2. What would be the current value of this cue? [...] Been offered $350 for it.

      Again without knowing your exact model, can't say. But the one in this original post, the Meucci PC2 from the Meucci Paramount collection might go for between $100 and $300 depending on condition, market, location, etc. The $350 you were offered was probably a fair offer for the buyer and for you, if you have a PC2. Again, if you want to upload a picture of yours, in a new post, you'll get the best info.

    But again, your best course of action here is to create a new topic and upload a few clear, focused, and well-lit photos of your cue. We'll go from there.

  3. user1509579460user1530033437 on 6/27/2018 1:54:05 PM

    The cue pictured in your reply, is not the cue I compared mine to. I am not computer literate, or even own one. I use one at library. My cue has script writing, not the Meucci Original printing, as in your photo. I bought it brand new in "86 or "87. Has mother of pearl inlay in butt and shaft. Was priced at $500 new, if I remember correctly. I traded a Mali on it, plus $275 cash. It has a blue with white speckled linen wrap. I found the identical photo in the Meucci cue photos, I found online, clicked on it, and your picture, and question appeared, which I responded to. But the photo of your Paramount Collection cue is not even close to my cue. I will try to research the 84-4 cue, in the meantime.

    Thanks, have a great day!

  4. user1509579460billiardsforum on 6/27/2018 4:57:25 PM

    Very interesting. Perhaps you got one of the earliest versions of the Paramount PC2 cues. In any case, a photo would be all that could get us any further here.

  5. user1509579460user1530033437 on 7/21/2018 11:30:43 AM

    I finally got someone to send you photos of my cue. I hope you can now ID my cue as far as model, age and value. A fellow was very interested in buying my cue one night at a bar tournament for $350 dollars. He claimed this same model design was made in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. He’d been searching for one from the 1980s. I have reason to believe my cue may have been swapped for a 1990s model. I have posted separately so the my Meucci cue can be positively identified from these photos.

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Value of a Meucci PC-2 Pool Cue

  • Title: Value of a Meucci PC-2 Pool Cue
  • Author: (David Warner)
  • Published: 11/1/2017 10:28:33 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/2/2017 5:21:50 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)