Cue values??

1minute1pocket

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I am a long time lurker, first time seller. I feel its time to try and sell a few cues. I really don't know what they are worth. Please take a look and help me out. I know what I've paid over the years, but not sure what to ask. The Brunswick Gold Crown in the back of the last pic is for sale too. Asking $1500. Its in the Louisville area. I can use a new set of good balls and a good 2x5 or bigger case. May be open to other trades as well. Just gotta find out what I've got first. Thanks. Mike.
 

1minute1pocket

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Cue Values.

1. Russ Espiritu 2009 model with 2 shafts.
2. Alex Brick with 2 shafts.
3. Joss.
4. Phillippi.
5. Jerico with Powers LD shaft.
6. Frye.
7. David Howard Meucci.
8. Mali.
9. McDermott.
10. Meucci.
11. Jackhammer jump/break.
12. Lightning Bolt jump/break.
 

Underclocked

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Probably need you to add what info you do know about each cue. I might be interested in the cue at the left in the top pic but would want to know make/model/weight/length/butt diameter, joint diameter, and tip diameters as well as a good description of the physical condition of the cue.

If you can provide that sort of info, you'll probably get some good estimates of worth.

edit: I see you added a bit but would need more info.
 

mattb

AzB Silver Member
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1. Russ Espiritu 2009 model with 2 shafts.
2. Alex Brick with 2 shafts.
3. Joss.
4. Phillippi.
5. Jerico with Powers LD shaft.
6. Frye.
7. David Howard Meucci.
8. Mali.
9. McDermott.
10. Meucci.
11. Jackhammer jump/break.
12. Lightning Bolt jump/break.

Phillippi 2-300 depending on weight and shaft.
Frye 3-400 depending on same.
DH Meucci 250-350 depending on same.
Mali 100.
Meucci 150-200.
The rest I do not know. However I do know someone interested in the GC. PM me details on it if you don't mind.
 

poolguy4u

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Joss Cue

The Joss Cue was designed to be the first break cue by Joss. I believe it was around 1994. The last one I saw on Ebay sold for around $160.

If you bought cues 6 years ago you probably paid more than what they are worth today. I have a huge collection of cues, but if I sell now, I'll be sure to be losing money.

I'm hoping the prices will be going up soon. If the minimum wage goes up, then our cues might be worth more.:thumbup:
 

1minute1pocket

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Thanks..

Thanks for the info guys. Anyone that PM'ed me, If I haven't gotten back to you, I will tonight. I guess I'll keep a few and post a few for sale now that I have a better idea of what they are worth.
 
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