Forum Noob Needs Info From Huebler Experts...


Hey guys, just got registered here! Been playing for about 10 years now, but for some reason never got on any of the forums. :eek: I was lurking around and saw that there are some Huebler collectors on here so I figured I'd pry you guys for some info. :D I just picked this Huebler up off ebay for $266 and I'm looking for whatever you can tell me about it. So far, I know it's fairly old and it's tulipwood. Other than that, I can't say. Sorry for the small pics, I don't have the cue in my hands yet, so this is all I have. Thanks!






AzB Silver Member
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I cant say that I am happy for you....

I was the guy you were bidding against...

I am kenkathy2.

Enjoy the cue, you got a bargin.



Lol, sorry man, I may or may not have sniped it at the last second....:eek:

Funny thing is I was sitting in the parking lot at a hockey game in the car next to a hotel using their wifi to get online and snag the thing. So if it makes you feel any better, I had to go pretty far out of my way to win it. :D

Oh, and I also had a terrible cramp in my leg afterwards, which I had to walk off during the .25 mile to the stadium to get into the hockey game late. What can I say, I like the old Hueblers. I just wanna learn some more about 'em now. :)


AzB Silver Member
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The cue isn't in the latest Blue Book of Pool Cues. Have you tried contacting Mr. Huebler directly? His company's email address is and their phone number is 573-897-2062.


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paul just retired from making cues i heard.......
sharp cue.
might be a keeper for ya.

chris G


Yeah, I tried calling and got no answer, so that seems to support the things I've heard about him closing. I'm definitely keeping this one. I had a couple of newer ones and decided to sell them in favor of some older stuff. This is piece #1 of my future super-duper-whiz-bang Huebler collection. :D Thanks for the responses, guys.


Here are some more pics now that I have it here. The veneer colors really pop when you see it in person. I'm a happy camper. :D






AzB Silver Member
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I think U have a '90 Huebler?

If it has gold letter vertical it would be late seventies to middle eighties (H-11 or H12 from memory), I have a H-14 from that time period very nice old school cue. If it had gold lettering horizontal, it would be middle eighties to nineties and would be H-D. I think since it has black lettering it is from the 90's to present, but I could be wrong?

Here is a picture of my H-14, which was my second league cue after I gave my H-4 to a friend. IMO the old school Huebler's are the best; that have brown and black micarda in the joint collars. The same material used by the master G Balabushka. ;)


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