The snooker table and cue rack are amazing. They are in need of some restoration, but generally in good shape. The inlays in the aprons and legs are beautiful.
Is there anything else on or underneath the snooker table that says Brunswick Balke-Collender?
If so, can you show photos of that? Typically you'll see a Brunswick Balke-Collender stencil on the bottom of the slate, or perhaps a plate with patent numbers and their years of issue.
Having the "Monarch Cushions" name plate doesn't necessarily mean the entire table is a Brunswick Balke-Collender table.
I'm questioning it because I don't recognize this style, and 95% of Brunswick Balke Collender snooker tables of this era had legs which got wider at the bottom, not narrower. Doesn't mean it's not, but it's just something that jumps out when I look at it.
I've looked at catalogs from ~1880 to ~1930 and don't see it there. It is possible I might have missed it.
ID Antique Brunswick-Balke-Collender Snooker Table
Title: ID Antique Brunswick-Balke-Collender Snooker Table