Product Line Full Name: BMC Diamond Cues by BMC Cues
Common Abbreviation: BMC "Diamond" Line
Production Date(s): The Cocobolo BMC Diamond Cue Prototype was produced from around 2015-06-01 to 2015-06-01.
Detailed close-up photo of the BMC Cocobolo Diamond Prototype from the Diamond Cues line of pool cues.
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BMC Cocobolo Diamond Cue Prototype Pictures
Pictures of the prototype Cocobolo BMC Diamond cue from Bob Meucci Customs.
1 of 2 Cocobolo Diamond Cue Prototype by BMC
A 1 of 2 BMC Cocobolo Diamond cue prototype that was for sale in 2018. From the seller: Here it is; The 1 of 2 Cocobola Diamond Cue made just for me by the Meucci factory. Comes with 2 pro-shafts, 12.5mm tip. 19oz weight. I am willing to make a deal for another Cue and cash. But price is firm. Remember this is signed by Robert Meucci himself
As seen on the forearm, there were two of these cues made. According to Jonathan Stafford, the two cues were finished some time in 2015.
1 of 2 was first owned by Brian Delgrand. He put his cue up for sale, first in May 2018 for $4500. It didn't sell. Then it was for sale again in July 2018 for $2800, and later reduced to $2400. It sold at that price (or close to it). Buyer is unknown.
2 of 2 is owned by Ruth Meucci, Bob's wife, Mr. Delgrand said in a post on a Meucci Collector's Facebook group.
Some of the inlays in these prototypes are mother-of-pearl. Apparently there was a tendency for the MOP to crack, and so now Meucci uses birdseye maple in the place of the mother-of-pearl on the newer cocobolo diamond cues they make. This generally means that an earlier cue with un-cracked mother-of-pearl inlays would be worth a bunch more as time goes on. Each of the two prototype BMC cocobolo diamond cues have mother-of-pearl inlays.
Info on the Cocobolo BMC Diamond Cue Prototype from Brian Delgrand
The one that started it all.
This is the Bob Meucci prototype cocobola diamond cue that everyone has been talking about!
It was built for me by the Meucci factory, and has two Meucci "The PRO" shafts (12.5 mm). The cue weighs 19oz with either shaft .
This BMC cocobolo diamond cue prototype is signed by Robert Meucci himself and numbered "1 of 2" on the forearm.
Cocobolo BMC Diamond Cue Prototype Specs
Meucci's standard black basic push-in rubber bumper
Meucci-style cream-colored synthetic butt-cap
Flat faced wood-to-wood joint.
Standard black "BMC" logo
The BMC logo is vertically centered on the white butt-plate.
Number of Points:
Produced in limited quantities using mass production methods.
Comes with two Meucci "The Pro" shafts
Five-proof urethane coating, including the wrap.
Meucci Factory in Byhalia, MS
Cocobolo BMC Diamond Cue Prototype Value
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Value of a Cocobolo BMC Diamond Cue Prototype from Classifieds
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