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8-Foot 1980s Pool Table Identification


8-Foot 1980s Pool Table Identification

I am trying to find the brand of the pool table I own, and if possible, it's value.

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The pool table has no name plates, part numbers, etc.

It is an 8-foot, 3-piece slate pool table with a wood frame and drop pockets from 1980's or 1990's.

The runner boards on the outside come off in 2-8' sections, and 2-4' sections.

There are circles on the top of the bumpers, roughly 1" (whereas newer pool tables have diamonds).

8-Foot 1980s Pool Table Identification

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  1. user1592522154billiardsforum on 6/22/2020 1:40:48 PM

    The style of this pool table is indicative of those that would have been found in big-box stores in the 1970s and early 1980s. (Think Montgomery Wards, or Sears, etc.)

    It's not worth much beyond it's utility value. A few hundred dollars most likely. Here's why:

    1. The pool table is of an outdated style from the 1970s/1980s
    2. It's not from a trusted name-brand (as evidenced by the lack of logo/nameplate)
    3. It is a residential-grade pool table
    4. There's currently (and has been, and probably will continue to be) a flood of used, residential-grade pool tables on the market. You will often see pool tables like yours on Craigslist or other classified sites where the owners are just giving them away.

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8-Foot 1980s Pool Table Identification

  • Title: 8-Foot 1980s Pool Table Identification
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  • Published: 6/18/2020 4:15:55 PM
  • Last Updated: 6/22/2020 1:47:22 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)