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Brunswick "The Reno" Pool Table

Brunswick "The Reno" Pool Table

I believe I have a Brunswick "The Reno" pool table made between 1912-1915? I can't find to much info at all on this pool table except from the Brunswick catalog.

I had it re-felted and cleaned up before it was reassembled. It has no name tag on it though? Only thing else I would like to do to it would be to somehow get the correct pockets for it and new rosettes too.







Brunswick "The Reno" Pool Table

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  1. slapshot72billiardsforum on 5/22/2018 6:05:03 AM

    If it is a Brunswick Balke-Collender pool table, it's weird for it not to have a name plate and/or a plate with relevent patents listed on it.

    As for finding original pockets and rosettes, contact Ken Hash at Classic Billiards. His company sells reproductions of most of the old Brunswick name plates (and possibly might have an original in stock for your Brunswick Coreno pool table). They also sell rosettes and pockets for antique pool tables. They may have originals, and often have reproduction versions available as well.

    Yours might be a Brunswick Balke Collender "Coreno" pool table from the same era. Very similar in every way to "The Reno" but the Reno has a slightly taller "foot" under the base of the leg. Yours doesn't seem to have that.

    Here is the Brunswick Coreno pool table:


    And the Brunswick Coreno specs from the 1914 Brunswick Balke Collender catalog:



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Brunswick "The Reno" Pool Table

  • Title: Brunswick "The Reno" Pool Table
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  • Published: 5/21/2018 3:09:41 PM
  • Last Updated: 5/22/2018 5:54:40 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)