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  1. chuck amos
    07-22-2014 09:08 AM
    chuck amos
    Hi Will! I have been sharing with friends my experience of meeting you and having the pleasure of viewing your treasures . I look forward to finding out how the cue cabinet turns out. Please let me know. Also there were two questions that I wish I would have asked. 1 what cue do you play with? 2 what is the history of your table?
  2. Dildobagnz
    07-03-2014 09:14 PM
    Dildobagnz
    I'm sure u have seen it already. It's about 40 miles from my house
  3. Dildobagnz
  4. gikirby
    09-07-2013 06:09 PM
    gikirby
    I heard you may have a Mcdermott Portico for sale, and if not you might help me locate someone who does.
  5. CueCaps
    08-19-2013 10:46 PM
    CueCaps
    Hi Will....
  6. jay helfert
    05-10-2013 02:09 AM
    jay helfert
    See you in Tunica, hopefully.
  7. acho7
    02-28-2013 01:59 PM
    acho7
    It was suggested by a member that I ask your opinion of the value of my dad's pool cue collection, several of which I have posted on the site. I would appreciate any help you could provide. If you haven't seen the postings, I can send them to you privately.

    A7
  8. spktur
    08-11-2012 11:44 AM
    spktur
    Hi Will, this is Jerry Moody, Phil Windham's friend. Another friend of mine is a gold and silver broker and called me yesterday about some antique sterling silver billiard trophys he had bought as scrap and said he thought they were too nice to melt. I asked Phil if he was interested in them but he really doesn't have anywhere to display something like that. We thought you might be interested. If so, I can get them for $1725.00 and we can bring them to you at the US open or Phil can bring them to the ICC show. The trophys weigh a total of 55.36 oz troy. Two are from 1937, one from 1917 and one from 1913. They are not from known pros. If you have any interest let me know.

    Jerry
  9. DukeofDBQ
    01-01-2012 09:43 PM
    DukeofDBQ
    Will and Rhoda -

    Carrol and I hope your Christmas was wonderful and 2012 will be a great year for you and yours. We are still in Phoenix visiting our son so it has been a super holiday season for us.

    Best wishes,

    Bob and Carrol
  10. Sincire1
    10-11-2011 08:32 AM
    Sincire1
    Could be your lucky day!I seen your post,was a few years back.I have a Huebler U.S. Open cue for sale.if your interested you can post hear at a-z or email me at sencire1@gmail.com Thanks

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