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Help with model - Brunswick Oak 8' circa 2001

Help with model - Brunswick Oak 8' circa 2001

Can someone help me identify the model of this table? I am looking to purchase it for $650. The table looks brand new.

Help with model - Brunswick Oak 8' circa 2001

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  1. GoGatorsMitch Alsup on 8/14/2013 8:51:12 PM

    In order to identify whether its an original $3000 table or a cheaper $2300 table one would need a shot of the undersides of the table showing the interior wood crafting. That is whether it is solid wood throughout, or whether it is half solid wood and particle boards hidden from view.

  2. GoGatorsGoGators on 8/15/2013 2:58:01 PM

    I do not have that shot. Either way, it sounds like $650 is a good deal. Do you know if either model has 1" slate? What are the models? Thanks for responding!

  3. GoGatorsGoGators on 8/16/2013 3:17:24 PM

    New information. There was a label on the bottom. The model number was left blank. It stated that the installation date was 1994 and the wood type is Oak. Hope this helps!

  4. GoGatorsDirk_Gently on 11/25/2013 10:29:43 AM

    I can't be of too much help in the identifying department, but I can tell you that I am looking at essentially the same table and am also trying to identify it. The square Brunswick logo on the rail is no longer used and I'm trying to determine the time frame when it was the standard Brunswick logo. Table style seems very close to the one I'm picking up, but your table has some design cut into it where as mine does not.

  5. GoGatorsDirk_Gently on 11/25/2013 10:52:01 AM

    I would add that the tables seem similar to the Glenwood model tables in shape and style. Those tables are also advertised as having the most customization available (pocket style, legs...etc) and are seen as one of the most inexpensive of Brunswick's premium tables.

  6. GoGatorsDirk_Gently on 11/26/2013 2:22:53 PM

    Correction from Brunswick. My table I posted is a Mansfield. I believe yours might be as well based on their similarity. Cheers.

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Help with model - Brunswick Oak 8' circa 2001

  • Title: Help with model - Brunswick Oak 8' circa 2001
  • Author: (Jeffrey Neumeister)
  • Published: 8/14/2013 4:50:12 PM