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Value of Meucci Cue From Late Sixties or Early Seventies?


Value of Meucci Cue From Late Sixties or Early Seventies?

I've owned the Meucci Originals cue for 40 years. It was used then but not sure how old it was.

I have people wanting to buy it but I have no idea what its worth.

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Value of Meucci Cue From Late Sixties or Early Seventies?

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  1. user1600610394billiardsforum on 9/21/2020 2:44:06 AM

    Is the joint pin brass? Also, what style of bumper does it have? I can't really see either of those from the image.

  2. user1600610394alex882 on 9/21/2020 7:45:31 AM

    Awesome Meucci Original cue, thanks for sharing.

  3. user1600610394user1600610394 on 9/22/2020 3:49:59 PM

    It has a stainless pin, and the small round bumper.

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  4. user1600610394billiardsforum on 9/30/2020 1:54:58 AM

    Brass pins are more common in the oldest Meucci Original cues. In general, the brass-pin Meucci Originals are the most sought-after for this reason. It's likely from some time in the 1970s.

    With that said, your cue seems to be in fantastic shape, and you have three matching shafts. You should have no problems selling it for a decent price.

    The thing is that there are a lot of this particular model out there. And lots are in very good shape. They aren't hard to come by.

    I would think you could fetch somewhere in the ballpark of $400 given that you have three shafts.

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Value of Meucci Cue From Late Sixties or Early Seventies?

  • Title: Value of Meucci Cue From Late Sixties or Early Seventies?
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  • Published: 9/20/2020 6:59:55 AM
  • Last Updated: 9/21/2020 2:49:14 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)