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Old Brunswick cue value. - 11-14-2013, 10:57 AM

My friend has a cue almost like this does anyone know what it is worth?







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11-14-2013, 03:25 PM

I am not a expert but I would expect that cue to sell between $125.00 - $200.
These old cues do have a little value to collectors but not a tremendous amount.
Having a clear label is important and the cue being solid and playable counts for something also. Some cue value guides will give a value that is much higher on these cues then I will but I watch the auctions fairly closely and good deals can be had.


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11-15-2013, 07:40 AM

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I am not a expert but I would expect that cue to sell between $125.00 - $200.
These old cues do have a little value to collectors but not a tremendous amount.
Having a clear label is important and the cue being solid and playable counts for something also. Some cue value guides will give a value that is much higher on these cues then I will but I watch the auctions fairly closely and good deals can be had.
Thanks a lot. I got a offer already but think classic stuff is cool so might keep it because you do not see it everyday..


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