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How to Value an Unknown Generic Pool Table?


How to Value an Unknown Generic Pool Table?

Can anyone tell me what type of pool table this is? I'm trying to sell it and have no idea on how to price it.

There is no brand name anywhere on the table. If there is no way to tell what the brand name is, so in that case, what should I price the pool table at?

It looks like mahogany and it has a 1" slate. I also have a nice stained glass billiard light along with 5 cues bridge and billiards.

How to Value an Unknown Generic Pool Table?

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  1. kgrayohioMitch Alsup on 11/21/2012 10:38:38 PM

    Crawl up under the table and look on the interior wood for a name or branding figure. Also investigate the kind of wood used in assembly. 'Manufactured wood", e.g. "particle board" lowers value, solid softwoods on the interiors are rather standard and par for the course on lower end billiard tables. Solid Hardwood increases value.

    It looks like one of the "dime a dozen" pool tables you can buy new at $1200 - $1500.

    Given that it has no markings and a softwood construction, ask $400 - $500, and accept $300.

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How to Value an Unknown Generic Pool Table?

  • Title: How to Value an Unknown Generic Pool Table?
  • Author: (Kevon Gray)
  • Published: 11/21/2012 7:54:58 PM