So this old billiard table is available to you for free (other than your cost to move and set-up)?
That looks to be an older Brunswick pool table (though there were many knock-offs), so it is hard to tell in the small photos and without knowing if there are any name plates or patent labels or markings underneath. I would date it late 1800s. The reason I am thinking that is you typically see the ornamental pieces under the side walls on those older tables from the 1800s. Leg style also points to that era, but hard to tell for sure based on the low-res photos and no marking or name-plate info.
But regardless, it looks to be an antique Brunswick Balke Collender pool table which is likely quite old, and for free, I would absolutely snap it up.
A fully restored and VERY similar model was on eBay a while back for $40,000 dollars (though the restoration is top notch, and would account for a majority of that price). It is not EXACTLY as the one is in your photos but it is very close.
BIN price $45,000 USD
Item location: Wylie, Texas, United States
1875 Restored Brunswick Brothers pool table. 8' Oversize table. Play surface is 46 x 92 inches. Table is totally restored in every way. Rails are solid rosewood. Multiple exotic inlays. The frame is attached via unusual locking system in addition to doweled and bolted. Serial numbers match on every piece including the 4 piece slate.
The wood on all pieces is Rosewood. Table price includes everything -- Centennial Pool Balls, Brush, Choice of Simonis cloth (any color), Triangle, cues, delivery and set-up local to Dallas, Texas. Additional delivery fee if delivered in other states.
Call Jeff with questions at (214) 298-3689.
Also take a look on the net for "Brunswick Deleware Pool Table" (see the first reply) - that one is coming to mind when I look at your photos. Might point you in the right direction. But I think yours is perhaps older.
Also this one below, which was just described online as an "antique Brunswick billiard table" also looks similar, but obviously doesn't have some of the detail as yours.
Also, I am suggesting that it might be a Brunswick Balke pool table because of the shape of the missing manufacturer tag... Here are two Brunswick Balke Collender Co. examples from the 1800s:
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