Audrick Amboyna and Ebony Cue


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For sale is a beautiful Audrick Amboyna and Ebony pool cue. It is signed and numbered, 1 of 1, by the maker. See Photos.

This is a wrapless cue with an Amboyna handle, 4 long Amboyna points in the forearm with 4 short points between the long points. The butt end (below the handle) has 4 long-ish points with 4 smaller points between, as well. Each point, in the forearm and in the butt, is accented with a white diamond. I do NOT believe that the white diamonds are Ivory. This is truly a beautiful cue!

The butt weighs 14.6 ounces and the solid maple shaft weighs 3.9 ounces. Yielding a total cue weight of 18.5 ounces.

See Audrick Cue review here:

Asking $500.00 and will include shipping within the United States. Cash only, I am NOT interested in trades.

I also have a nice Amboyna segmented cue for sale on AZ.
See it here:

Thank you for looking.


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joint type & balance point


just wondering about the joint thread type and balance point measured from the butt with a shaft on?


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The Joint pin is 5/16" x 18 (See photos).

The balance point is 19 1/2" from the butt end of the cue with the shaft installed.


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I also have an Audrick cue....plays nice ,good workmanship tho my ivory buttcap broke and 1 shaft was pretty much warped so much I took the ivory ferrule off and threw the rest away.