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Cue ID - 08-10-2019, 10:27 AM

New to the group! Picked up 34 cues lately looking to find out the names of some and possible value! I do have close ups as well Thanks J Richardson
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08-10-2019, 11:50 AM

For the cues which have a logo or signature if you would turn the logo or signature toward the camera it would help with the identity.
  
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08-10-2019, 12:51 PM

I see a few what I believe to be jack maddens, McDermott’s, a few Adam cues, predators, Mohawks and players. What did you pay for the lot?


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08-10-2019, 01:40 PM

Thanks for messaging me. I’ll post better pictures when I have free time. Thanks again
  
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08-10-2019, 01:47 PM

I know there’s one Mcdermott, 6 or 7 Mohawks, 1 players cue. A couple Jim Mandigos signed, Raymond Calvert signed and Helmsetter signed. There’s also two predator first editions with a 314 shaft. I’ve been told he cue with the mother of pearl on the but is a 1950s “Rich” cue. And two Hueblers. That’s where I’m at at the moment. I’d rather not get into what I paid at the moment but the predators alone made the purchase worth it in my opinion.
  
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08-10-2019, 02:26 PM

Happy hunting! I see 2 D line McDermotts, a 21 & a 26. Nice cues. The Predators are nice, too. I'm always suspect of the term "1st Edition" applied to Predators until I see a 5/16-14 joint. The Unilok came quite a bit later.
The Predator you have labeled "20" is a model that was used for quite some time by Grady Matthews in the early Predator days. He told me Allan McCarty gave it to him - he liked it a lot. So did I.


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08-10-2019, 02:29 PM

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I know thereís one Mcdermott, 6 or 7 Mohawks, 1 players cue. A couple Jim Mandigos signed, Raymond Calvert signed and Helmsetter signed. Thereís also two predator first editions with a 314 shaft. Iíve been told he cue with the mother of pearl on the but is a 1950s ďRichĒ cue. And two Hueblers. Thatís where Iím at at the moment. Iíd rather not get into what I paid at the moment but the predators alone made the purchase worth it in my opinion.
1950s Rich? More like 1970s. Really.

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1950s Rich? More like 1970s. Really.

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I play in an APA league and one of our players was in vegas this week and showed a pic of the Rich Cue to a dealer who said he thought it was 50's. I wasn't a 100% sure. This wood on the cue if your holding in your hand you can feel the grain and its clearly old. That I know for sure. But definitely like this cue.
  
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08-11-2019, 08:06 PM

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Happy hunting! I see 2 D line McDermotts, a 21 & a 26. Nice cues. The Predators are nice, too. I'm always suspect of the term "1st Edition" applied to Predators until I see a 5/16-14 joint. The Unilok came quite a bit later.
The Predator you have labeled "20" is a model that was used for quite some time by Grady Matthews in the early Predator days. He told me Allan McCarty gave it to him - he liked it a lot. So did I.
This is great information. That story is cool too!! I'm excited to have these and make sure other people who enjoy pool get a part of these. I'm not familiar with joint sizes but both the predators are not Unilok. I know what those look like. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. J. Richardson
  
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08-11-2019, 08:54 PM

And one Lucasi...I had that same cue about 20 years ago...back then it was around 350 dollars or so if I recall correctly. Matt
  
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