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Identify "American Billiards Company" Pool Table


Identify "American Billiards Company" Pool Table

I need some help to identity my 8' x 4' "American Billiards Company" pool table.

The only markings are on the inside, and it says "American Billiards Company".

I would appreciate any information anyone has on it's age, where it was made, the approximate retail price at the time, and the brand, etc.

I can't seem to figure it out myself.

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Identify "American Billiards Company" Pool Table

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  1. blubotbilliardsforum on 12/16/2020 5:06:24 AM

    What does that logo say? Are you certain that says "American Billiards Company"?

    The 2nd word looks way to short to be "Billiards".

    I can't make it out in the photo.

  2. blubotblubot on 12/16/2020 8:19:40 PM

    The logo says: "American Billiards Company"

  3. blubotbilliardsforum on 12/17/2020 2:20:02 PM

    It's a furniture-style residential-grade pool table imported from China.

    It could have been from a place like American Billiards Company out of North Carolina, or ABC Billiards (retailer) in Lynnwood, WA. American retailers can have them drop-shipped direct to the customer from China with their own branding on the pool table.

    It probably would have been listed for some ridiculous "suggested retail price" like $4599 or something, and "deeply discounted" to about $2000, give or take.

  4. blubotblubot on 12/17/2020 8:38:45 PM

    Great. Thank you so much for the info, and merry Christmas.

  5. blubotbilliardsforum on 12/18/2020 4:19:45 AM

    I heard back from the guys at ABC Billiards (Lynnwood, WA), and they don't know anything about it.

  6. blubotjonfairbanks on 5/2/2021 3:54:26 PM

    I have this exact same pool table and I'm looking to sell it because of a down-sizing move.

    Were you ever able to track down any information on it?

    Also, with covid, so many things are in short supply, I'm hoping people are looking for pool tables? Any thoughts on how to sell it?

  7. blubotbilliardsforum on 5/13/2021 1:56:47 PM

    Every day I see new listings for free pool tables for the first person who comes and gets it out of the house.

    Unfortunately for sellers, used pool tables, have been, still are, and will likely be in strong supply in the used market.

    Of course it depends on other factors, like exactly where you are, the supply in your local area, etc.

    The used pool tables which DO still tend to sell well and hold a decent value are:

    • 9-foot pool tables or larger (because there are far less of those than 8-footers)
    • Commercial-grade used pool tables (8 and 9 footers) like a Gold Crown, Gandy Big G, etc.

    Good luck!

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Identify "American Billiards Company" Pool Table

  • Title: Identify "American Billiards Company" Pool Table
  • Author: (Nils Walle)
  • Published: 12/14/2020 9:16:23 PM
  • Last Updated: 12/17/2020 2:42:01 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)