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Value of Old Brunswick House Cues?

Value of Old Brunswick House Cues?

Would there be a market for these old Brunswick house cues?

The Dufferin's I know would sell (2 Challenger house cues with 8 points). One appears to be a Brunswick Shorty cue converted to a Bridge stick. The 2 made in China I'd toss.

There is one 2-piece cue - it may be a Brunswick cue, which is stamped "18" on the bottom - I am unsure of that one.



Value of Old Brunswick House Cues?

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  1. RUSTYChopdoc on 9/30/2018 9:15:32 PM

    The old Brunswick challengers?

    They are kind of beat up. Not worth much. If they are straight and usable they are worth a little, as any playable cue. If they had good condition brown Brunswick KU bumpers on them, the bumpers would be worth more than the cues.

  2. RUSTYbilliardsforum on 10/1/2018 4:13:15 AM

    Didn't realize the Brunswick KU king rubber bumpers were that valuable.

    Any insight as why that would be?

    I guess they are in demand from folks restoring cues?

  3. RUSTYChopdoc on 10/1/2018 2:57:07 PM

    Mostly restorations, yes.

    The original brown bumpers in new condition can command a price.

    They were used on Balabushka cues, as well as old Joss and Josswest...and some others.

    Used ones? There is a market.

  4. RUSTYCuefan on 8/16/2019 5:59:59 AM

    @Rusty, do you still have the cues in the photo?

    If so, would you want to sell them?

    I live in the Chicago area.

  5. RUSTYuser1575043929 on 11/29/2019 8:44:24 AM

    I have a one-piece Brunswick Challenger house cue. I think it is from the 1920s or 1930s.

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Value of Old Brunswick House Cues?

  • Title: Value of Old Brunswick House Cues?
  • Author: (Tim Linn)
  • Published: 9/30/2018 7:05:50 AM
  • Last Updated: 10/1/2018 4:15:48 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)