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Value of Miz Collection Steve Mizerak Cue with Signature and Photo


Value of Miz Collection Steve Mizerak Cue with Signature and Photo

I am wondering what is the value of a Miz Collection Steve Mizerak pool cue with his signature and photo? Does anyone know what it would be worth?

Value of Miz Collection Steve Mizerak Cue with Signature and Photo

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  1. kakarotouser1526405232 on 5/15/2018 1:27:16 PM

    I have one of these "Miz Collection" cues, and it is my pride and joy.

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  2. kakarotoChopdoc on 5/15/2018 6:52:03 PM

    The cue isn't worth much.

    I would say $20 - $40 would be more normal for one of these Steve Mizerak pool cues.

    The last one exactly like that sold on Ebay in April 2018 for $36 with $18 shipping, which I would think is high.

    Steve Mizerak Signed "Cuetec" Pool Stick/Cue w/Case.

    • Condition: This cue and case are in good pre-owned condition, as pictured. The shaft does not have any 'wobble'
    • Winning Bid: $36 USD
    • Location: Carson City, NV

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    Source: ebay.com/itm/Steve-Mizerak-Signed-034-Cuetec-034-Pool-Billiards-Cue-Stick-w-Case-/401526131554

  3. kakarotobilliardsforum on 5/16/2018 5:58:05 AM

    @Chopdoc - I noticed the ad you mentioned lists it as a "Cuetec" cue. Do you know if this is actually the company behind this series? Actually I think it might be correct. Looking through the Cuetec archives they also did a Strickland Signature Series and a Fischer Signature Series, and the signatures look very much the same e.g. same font, font-face, font-size, placement on the cue, etc.

    cuetec-strickland-signature.jpg

    Found another which looks to be from the same Mizerak series, and you can easily find hundreds more with that same logo. Prices are consistently between $10 and $50 USD.

    Steve Mizerak Pool Stick/Cue SIGNATURE

    • Condition: Used
    • Price: $40 USD
    • Location: Columbus, GA

    Offered is a used bird's eye maple two-piece cue stick signed Steve Mizerak. The tip is worn and has damage damage, but other than that, the cue has very light use wear. Strong and ready for many more games. 58" long . Mizerak was world champion during the 1970's and 1980's and appeared in the movie The Color of Money with Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason. He was nicknamed "The Miz".

    Source: ebay.com/itm/Steve-Mizerak-Pool-Stick-Cue-SIGNATURE-FREE-SHIPPING-/123032394504

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  4. kakarotoChopdoc on 5/16/2018 8:18:55 AM

    They are not Cuetec. 100% for sure.

    The brand was created by Harold Miller, same guy that created Cobra by negotiating a deal with Nelson Tsai. They came from the same maker, Kao-Kao.

    His son, David Miller, created Axiom cues, and I believe Slyfoxx cues.

    They are in the Blue Book online, but there is a lot more history to it.

    I have spoken with a couple family members. They knew Mizerak, were friends with him. Those cue brands were a collaboration with him. Harold Miller was the sales manager for Adam cues for a long time before he took the leap and went on his own.

    Other brands that are from the same maker, some better, some worse: Lishan, Slyfoxx, Competition, Sierra, GW Collection, Palmer, Pinacle, Victory, and numerous others.

    This is Harold Miller:

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  5. kakarotoChopdoc on 5/23/2018 7:52:16 PM

    Here is an example of extreme cue misidentification of the same cue, read the description:

    Pool Stick Steve Mizerak Signed Never Used Pre-1980 with Soft Case

    This vintage pool cue was purchased about 30 year ago. It has never been used and is in mint condition!
    19 oz and 58in in length. It is signed by Steve Mizerak. This would be a nice addition to any collection. It includes a soft ProPlayer case with gadget pouch on front. Cue was possibility made by the Adams Co because of its age. The Signature Line came out in the 1970’s made by this company.

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    ebay.com/itm/282975515910

    Are they misinformed or lying?

  6. kakarotobilliardsforum on 5/23/2018 9:12:09 PM

    Hilarious.

    Oh man, don't get me started on the exaggeration, overstatement, and misinformation used by the pawn shops and other uninformed pool cue sellers on eBay. Every single cue is "Rare" and "Vintage" and "possibly made by/used by (insert famous cue maker/player here)".

    It's an epidemic.

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Value of Miz Collection Steve Mizerak Cue with Signature and Photo

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