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Value of "David Howard by Meucci" Cue, aka "Giant Killer"

Value of "David Howard by Meucci" Cue, aka "Giant Killer"

I need help to properly identify my Meucci Originals David Howard "Giant Killer" cue. The text is rundown but I can read "David Howard By Meucci".

I can't find any pics or info about it.

I'm also wondering about the white linen wrap. I have seen are black wraps on this cue. Is this special?

Does anyone now the year and value of this cue?



Value of "David Howard by Meucci" Cue, aka "Giant Killer"

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  1. Hannu Lagerbilliardsforum on 1/28/2020 3:14:01 PM

    You have a Meucci David Howard DH-4E from sometime in the 1980s.


    The "E" stands for Ebony (the wood the forearm is made from). There was also a DH-4B - the "B" being for Birds Eye Maple.

    The wrap is nothing special. Simply an option when ordering the cue.

    It's a popular cue, and generally sought-after, and you appear to have two matching shafts.

    Assuming the cue and shafts are both original and both straight, you could feel comfortable valuing it at $500-$600

  2. Hannu LagerHannu Lager on 1/28/2020 5:14:01 PM

    Okay, I understand.

    Thanks for your answer.

  3. Hannu Lagerjimg1509 on 1/28/2020 6:43:29 PM

    If you are interested in selling or trading this Meucci David Howard DH-4 cue, please let me know.

    My email is:


  4. Hannu Lager7072 Cutlass on 2/28/2021 1:06:29 AM

    I'd be interested in David Howard Meucci cue if it is for sale.

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Value of "David Howard by Meucci" Cue, aka "Giant Killer"

  • Title: Value of "David Howard by Meucci" Cue, aka "Giant Killer"
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  • Published: 1/28/2020 8:32:54 AM
  • Last Updated: 1/29/2020 2:00:48 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)