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09-14-2013, 10:15 PM

Yeah, it is like a newer Schon might not even sell for as much as an older collectible Joss. I would love to have a Runde era Schon. They are super nice.

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Originally Posted by SC02GTP View Post
Most collectors are after the S and R series Schons. These were built by Bob Runde before he retired. These cues have sharp points, play great, and, are hard to find and getting more expensive all of the time.

Today's Schon's just don't have as much collector value. This hurts the resale value. I have seen new Schon's sell for about half of retail as of late if not a little more. This is a shame because they are good players.
  
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