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10-12-2019, 08:22 AM

Amazing cue. I am not a collector, so the value of absolutely original is lost on me. For a playing cue, most likely repairs were made along the way. I think you did the right thing by letting Ernie decide. As long as the Cortland is being cleaned and not replaced, I support the refresh. This is a great opportunity to have the work done by the original cuemaker. IMO, pool cues are built for playing pool and they should be kept in condition for doing that.

Thanks for the posts and the update.
  
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