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Help with ID Replica Brunswuck Monarch Pool Table - 11-20-2019, 09:24 AM

Picked up this table, and would like to know if anyone knows who remade this model? Its in xlnt condition only thing one of the slates have a crack, I could wax it and I think it would play fine but a table this nice I want it right, maybe can get some info on maker or what slate I can replace with, has sides drilled for bolts, Thanks

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11-20-2019, 09:31 AM

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Picked up this table, and would like to know if anyone knows who remade this model? Its in xlnt condition only thing one of the slates have a crack, I could wax it and I think it would play fine but a table this nice I want it right, maybe can get some info on maker or what slate I can replace with, has sides drilled for bolts, Thanks

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Golden West maybe? https://www.robertsonbilliards.com/p...tique-designs/
  
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11-20-2019, 12:20 PM

Thanks will try

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12-07-2019, 02:23 AM

Interesting! If Iím understanding this correctly, this table has T-rails. As far as I know Golden West has always used the modern rail attachment design where the rail bolts are vertical and pass through the slate. It may very well be a GW though. I have heard that they now contract some of their tables to be made overseas. It sounds like they are about fold. I read recently that they have laid off quite a few of their workers. Itís sad, although they were never on the level of a Brunswick, or Diamond they still made a decent home table for 50 years, or so here in the U.S.
  
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