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    What kind of Brunswick table is this?

    That is exactly the table....
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    What kind of Brunswick table is this?

    Thank you Sir!
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    What kind of Brunswick table is this?

    Corner pockets are all fastened with cap screws, but have a couple nails staking them in like a Kassen would. Side pockets just have nails holding them in
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    What kind of Brunswick table is this?

    It may be a while. It's telling me that the pics are to large for the server to process
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    What kind of Brunswick table is this?

    A friend of mine was cleaning out his grandparent's basement and uncovered this table. It's a Brunswick. Bigger than a 7 x 31/2 but not quite an 8 footer. I didn't measure it but looks bigger than a Valley bar table. 1" slate. The ball return separates the cueball from the object balls. Does...
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    Identifying a table

    Oddly enough, it doesn't that I can see. I guess the owner won't know until he puts it back together
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    Identifying a table

    AAR, Thx very much for the help!
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    Identifying a table

    Supposedly very rare. The owner of that table is asking 5K for it
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    Identifying a table

    I just located one that does have balls for glides
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    Identifying a table

    Yes it's in very good shape. I didn't examine the rails closely. when the owner stored the table, he wrapped everything in plastic
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    Identifying a table

    Thank you so much. It explains why the table looks so Brunswick like
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    Identifying a table

    A friend bought the table, and is trying to sell it. Kinda hard without identification. He was told that it's a Gold Crown. We just removed it from storage from the guy who told him that
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    Identifying a table

    All that I have.
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    Identifying a table

    Another pic. Looks somewhat like a gold Crown. I know it isn't that though..
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    Identifying a table

    Need help identifying a pool table. It seems vintage 50's/ early 60's. It has metal balls for feet. An hourglass shaped frame support. I have not been able to identify it. It is quality construction. If anyone knows what this is, I'd appreciate the help in identifying this table. Thanks!
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