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Table Value - 11-26-2018, 03:13 PM

Irving Kaye Lion Head Pool Table. Does anybody have a value on a 4x8 or opinion on the pool table with the lion heads on each corner?
  
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11-26-2018, 03:17 PM

I've only seen and played on 3 1/2' x7'.

Never knew they had the bigger ones.

After each shot, when you walk ''around'' the corner pockets you'll need to step back just a little so the heads don't stab ya in the thigh or waist. Tight sob's they were, and played well.


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11-26-2018, 03:26 PM

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I've only seen and played on 3 1/2' x7'.

Never knew they had the bigger ones.

After each shot, when you walk ''around'' the corner pockets you'll need to step back just a little so the heads don't stab ya in the thigh or waist. Tight sob's they were, and played well.
Thank you for the response. They're very unique and didn't know a value? Do you have an ideal of the value?
  
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11-30-2018, 02:48 PM

http://www.billiardsforum.com/pool-t...le-information


That thread there had some good information.
One of the responders seemed pretty knowledgeable and says they can range from 500-1600.
  
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