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Brunswick Non-slate models? - 03-28-2020, 10:21 AM

What are the Brunswick Non-slate models? (Vintage & Modern)

Anyone have a list?


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03-28-2020, 10:55 AM

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What are the Brunswick Non-slate models? (Vintage & Modern)

Anyone have a list?
Eaglesbrooke 65-66
Monarch 64-70
Celebrity 63-71
Monterey 68-70
Claremont 69-72
Commander 74-82
Century 100 65-66


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03-28-2020, 10:59 AM

I have read on this forum that Brunswick tables produced from WWII to the mid 70ís used Brunstone instead of real slate. I donít know of a list published anywhere and I doubt you could even get that by contacting Brunswick since they had a fire that destroyed much of their historical documents. I do think that list would be fairly short though, since that era was mostly commercial tables. To my knowledge, all other Brunswick tables used real slate for the playing surface.


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03-28-2020, 11:06 AM

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I have read on this forum that Brunswick tables produced from WWII to the mid 70ís used Brunstone instead of real slate. I donít know of a list published anywhere and I doubt you could even get that by contacting Brunswick since they had a fire that destroyed much of their historical documents. I do think that list would be fairly short though, since that era was mostly commercial tables. To my knowledge, all other Brunswick tables used real slate for the playing surface.


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Tables listed above are non-slate "honeycomb"playing surface. Not a hard substance like Brunstone.


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03-28-2020, 11:10 AM

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Tables listed above are non-slate "honeycomb"playing surface. Not a hard substance like Brunstone.

Thanks for the correction, I incorrectly assumed the OP was referring to Brunstone, when he stated, “Non-slate”.


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