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Value of "Deadeye Pot Black Professional" Snooker Cue


Value of "Deadeye Pot Black Professional" Snooker Cue

I am needing a valuation of this Deadeye Pot Black Australuan pool cue.

It was my late father's cue and is at least 40 years old. He won in a competition in late 1970s or early 1980s.

The cue is in near-mint condition as he only used it in competitions.

I don't want to sell but need for insurance purposes and my own interest.

Does anyone know how much the cue is worth?

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Value of "Deadeye Pot Black Professional" Snooker Cue

Replies & Comments

  1. user1551509869Chopdoc on 3/4/2019 9:20:36 PM

    OK... I'll say what I think.

    It is worth $40 to $80.

    It is probably not worth including on an insurance policy.

    He only used it in competitions? Strange comment. Generally a competitive player will practice with the same cue that they play tournaments with. Such a cue would be well used, not pristine.

    The cue is not from a cue maker of note, and the fact that it is a laminated shaft likely detracts from the value generally.

    If your father was a noted player some documentation might help the value, but likely not much unless he were a world champion, which I doubt from the caliber of this cue.

    "Good" snooker cues are ash, not laminated Maple.

    It probably has more sentimental value.

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Value of "Deadeye Pot Black Professional" Snooker Cue

  • Title: Value of "Deadeye Pot Black Professional" Snooker Cue
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  • Published: 3/1/2019 10:57:50 PM
  • Last Updated: 3/3/2019 5:39:28 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)