Information about the BMC Knight Series of pool cues. Find information about valuation of BMC Knight Series Pool Cues, and get model number info on BMC Knight Series cues, etc., including a listing of all models under the BMC Knight Series line of pool cues which can be used to research or identify a BMC Knight Series pool cue.
Line Full Name: BMC Knight Series Pool Cues by BMC Cues
Common Abbreviation: BMC "Knight" Line
Line Exclusive to: A&W Billiards, Seyberts
BMC Knight Series Production Date(s): BMC Knight Series Pool Cues were first made around 2018-12-15 and they are still being made today. (More specific production dates may be available for each cue within the Knight Series line which may be found in the links below.)
A listing of info on the BMC Knight Series Pool Cues model numbers and other information about BMC Knight Series pool cues.
Here is a detailed close-up photo of the butt-sleeves to help in identifying BMC Knight Series pool cues.
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BMC Knight Series Pool Cues
Product photos of the pearl BMC "Knight" series pool cues. BMC Knight cues are initially available in 6 colors: blue, red, purple, grey, green, and brown.
BMC Knight Series Pool Cues Info
Info on the BMC Knight Series Pool Cues
The design of the 2019 BMC Knight cue series has it's roots in the Meucci "Mary Avina" series (a line of Meucci-branded cues commissioned by Mary 'Princess' Avina, a professional pool player). The BMC Knight cue was one design from that line, called the Avina Golden Knight cue.
Mr. Ellison of A&W Billiards resurrected the Golden Knight's design in late 2018 when he commissioned it as an exclusive new BMC-branded series of Knight cues in various colors. It was to be a limited, serialized series of six colors (blue/turquoise, purple, red/rose-pink, green, grey, and brown/orange), with each color produced in quantities of 10 (60 cues in total). Each of those was to be numbered (xx of 10) on the forearm under a "Robert J. Meucci" signature. They were being retailed at a whopping $1500 each. Here's a note from Bob Meucci confirming:
Source: public comments on: facebook.com/groups/meuccicuesbuyselltradeshowoff/permalink/2481342871947549
According to Mr. Ellison (and verified by Mrs Marino of Meucci Cues) they were ordered, counter-intuitively, in descending serial order—meaning the first cues would get #10 of 10, the next #9, and so on.
A&W Billiards did put the cues on sale for one month, from 2019-10-15 to 2019-11-15, for $1100:
October 15, 2019 at 4:25 PM
Meucci Knight Series Custom Sticks
This is a limited run 10 of each color will be made and numbered and signed by Bob Meucci. you cant get these from anyone but Me. All come with Ultimate Weapon Shaft.
This sale will go for 1 month and will end 11-15-19 and they will go back to $1500 each for Christmas.
You can DM me or come to Rack and Roll Billiards in Anniston, AL.
*Source: a public Facebook marketplace listing at: facebook.com/groups/541338292695295/permalink/1378866652275784
On January 7, 2020, six of the BMC Knight cues were stolen from an A&W Billiards display case located at Rack & Roll Billiards in Anniston, AL. The stolen numbers had not been announced. This was the public post on Facebook from the day after the theft:
Be on the lookout for anybody trying to sell the Meucci Knight cue stick.
A reward of $1500 is being offered for any information that's provided to help find this scumbag piece of shit that broke in and stole 6 of my limited edition A&W Knight Meucci cues numbered and signed by Robert Meucci. Please share. We need to identify this person and keep him from doing the same thing at any other billiard room in Alabama, Georgia, or anywhere. I will be personally sending an email to everyone in Alabama. If anyone comes in with one of my sticks, I'll give you a copy of the picture, and you can call me and I will come down to wherever you are I will personally give you the $1500. And if you can hold him there long enough for me to get there we'll have some fun. I hope everyone on this site will share with other pool room [owners] and FB for them and tell them there's $500 in it if they call police 1st and that ends in a conviction, or if they called me first it's $1500.
Source: public post at: facebook.com/groups/meuccicuesbuyselltradeshowoff/permalink/2645174548897713/
It is not clear how many of the original 10 of each color were ever made, but sales efforts seem to have slowed after the theft occurred.
Then, in September 2020, BMC Knight cues started appearing for sale, un-numbered, on Seybert's, for only $960. According to Mr. Ellison, it was a mistake (on Meucci Cue's part) and was being rectified (though the details were not made public).
In an October, 2020 request to identify one of the Knight cues, someone pointed out the fact that the same model/design was now for sale at Seybert's Billiards Supply, a popular online billiard supply retailer from Coldwater, MI, for $960 (un-numbered). Anthony Ellison, owner of A&W Billiards responded, mentioning that it was a "mistake".
Source: public comments on: facebook.com/groups/meuccicuesbuyselltradeshowoff/permalink/3352237844858043
As of February 2021, the BMC Knight cues are still available for sale at Seybert's in all six colors.
Info on the BMC Knight Series Pool Cues from A&W Billiards
Meucci Knight Stick
Announcing the return of the Meucci Cues Knight series. As most of you Meucci Cues fans know The Knight series was a beautiful selection of Knight Cues in various colors to appeal to all players. The Knight Series, which was once acquired by Mary Avina, has now been reestablished by Anthony Ellison, owner of A&W Billiards.
The Knight Series is a collection of colored Cues, which includes a Golden Knight, Red, Black, Purple Royal Green, Orange, Copper, Blue, White.
I will be the only way you can purchase one of these sticks.
I will only produce 10 of each color. I should have the 1st order in Feb. which will include two of each of the Purple Knight, Blue Knight, Green Knight. They'll be numbered #10 of 10 and #9 of 10.
Each stick will be numbered and signed by Bob Meucci, all of these will also come with a letter of authenticity. These will not last long at all.
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