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Rosatto Barry Street pool tables - 01-25-2011, 06:47 PM

Any one out there have any info on Rosatto Barry Street pool tables?

I have a 9 foot table and it seems that no body knows any thing about them.

I'm verry happy with mine.

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01-26-2011, 05:38 AM

yes these guys were making tables in the early 1900's, comparable to Brunswick and they had knock offs of Brunswick models like the Regina
  
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01-26-2011, 12:56 PM

1888 was there first year I found out.

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if its a "small" picture, you can add it to a post as an attachment.
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Rosatto stuff... - 02-14-2011, 07:52 AM

I have seen Willie Mosconi's three-cushion cue. It is a Frank Rosatto cue, not really fancy, but has a wood screw like the really good three cushion cues do. The decal on it looks like a BBC eagle decal with the ring around it, but the ring says Frank Rosatto, etc., and instead of an eagle it has a couple of "berries" ~ I suppose as an homage to the Rosatto-Berry incarnation of the business. The cue was given to Mosconi's friend and manager, and noted billiard historian, Charles J. Ursitti. I saw the cue in a vault.


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