They don't command much money in an un-restored state like the one in your photos. Certain older rare models do sometimes, but this isn't one of those.
There was one on eBay recently, listed for $2000 and it didn't sell at that price. It was in at least as good a shape as yours, if not a bit nicer. It was probably about double the price it would need to be in order to sell (see pics below).
There seems to be an abundance of really well-restored Brunswick Monroe pool tables out there as well. That doesn't help.
Also remember, with buying an antique used pool tables, the buyer has likely three additional expenses other than the sale:
- Tear-down and moving costs
- Restoration costs
- Setup costs
Items 1 and 3 can run upwards of $500 to $1000 easily. Item 2 - the sky's the limit.
Brunswick pool table 1918 Monroe, with Monarch cushions
Brunswick pool table 1918 Monroe model with Monarch Cushions. Condition is Used. I bought it in 85 or so, from a high school friend,whose grand dad bought it new.I paid 2 K for it back then