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Heritage Series Snooker Table by Acme Billiards

Heritage Series Snooker Table by Acme Billiards

I have a 5x10 snooker table with "Heratige Series by ACME Billiards, Inc. of Los Angeles" on the nameplate.

I'm trying to find out more information on this snooker table. Anyone familiar with this brand and model?





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Heritage Series Snooker Table by Acme Billiards

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  1. user1528674083billiardsforum on 6/12/2018 12:14:41 AM

    Your ACME Billiards, Inc. pool table is likely from the early 2000s. The Heritage Collection pool tables were available on the Acme Billiards, Inc. website in 2004 (site is no longer online though).

    Acme Billiards, Inc. is no longer in business, but was on W. Washington Blvd in Los Angeles. Their website went dead sometime in 2008.

    They were known to knock-off popular Brunswick and Olhausen designs.

  2. user1528674083billiardsforum on 7/9/2018 8:40:03 PM

    FYI, another one (9-foot) was just posted tonight. Might want to take a look.

    9-Foot Pool Table - Heritage Series by Acme Billiards, Inc Los Angeles

    I also found that the Acme Billiards "Heritage Series" snooker tables were sold in the early 2000s.

  3. user1528674083user1546992341 on 1/8/2019 4:05:42 PM

    Here in Mission Viejo at Casta del Sol 55+ community we have 4 of those exact Acme Billiards pool tables.

    I believe we bought them around 2006 and they have been well utilized by our Billiards Club. We are in the process of replacing cloth and rails for the 2nd or 3rd time.

    You wouldn't by any chance know whether the rails are K66 or K55 would you?

    The billiards suppliers around here aren't sure.

  4. user1528674083mwinterer on 10/2/2021 12:25:50 PM

    My grandfather started the Acme Billiards business in the early 1930's. He sold the business to my aunt and uncle in the early 1970's. They closed the business and retired in the late 2000's. My aunt is still alive at 99 years old, but my uncle passed away in 2010.

    My aunt handled the front office and my uncle Harry did the building of the pool tables with his crew. Unfortunately my aunt likely does knot know the details of the construction of the various Acme Billiards pool table models.

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Heritage Series Snooker Table by Acme Billiards

  • Title: Heritage Series Snooker Table by Acme Billiards
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  • Published: 6/10/2018 7:41:24 PM
  • Last Updated: 7/12/2018 6:42:39 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)