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Table Identification and Cue Value - 04-12-2016, 10:04 AM

I have a customer that is looking to sell this table. I have scoured the Brunswick Antique site, and cannot determine a model for this table.. I'm hoping that someone here may have some idea of a value. I have my own thoughts, but I'd like to get some other opinions.

Also, any idea if the cues are worth anything? I know very little about old cue values.

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I play with a Hammond Custom Cue. You should too.
  
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04-12-2016, 11:25 AM

The rack says John McIntosh tables, maybe it's made by him. Google the name and found nothing
Lots of small table manufacturers back in the late 1800...shipping was limited so every region had table makers who made furniture too.

Vintage cues aren't worth much. If straight the butterfly veneer cue maybe 80, others are less. The one dark 4 point cue looks to be brazilian rosewood, can make a nice conversion. Best to sell the cues with the table.

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