FS Early Joss West cue

gabbi_chen_tw

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FS Early Joss West cue

This cue is 57". Shaft and butt are both 28.5".

Shaft is 3.9oz and 4.0oz, butt is 16.3oz.

The joint protectot is Ivorine-4, The butt cap is compomnents, they are not the ivory.

cue is sold.

Any more question? Please PM or email to me.

chen.shengshien@gmail.com



















Thanks.

Chen
 
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tommie1351

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vijesh said:
Wow amazing looking cue... the ferrules are ivory:eek: wow........
Do you have a price on the cue yet? Any specs? I have to show my ignorance,I don't know about those ferrules.That is a beautiful cue and GREAT pictures.
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tommie1351 said:
Do you have a price on the cue yet? Any specs? I have to show my ignorance,I don't know about those ferrules.That is a beautiful cue and GREAT pictures.
TOMMIE

I don`t know what kind of those ferrules too, I never see they......
 
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vijesh

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are you sure they are not ivory... cause i have a paul mottey shaft... pretty old which looks similar to this.... cause the streaks sure look like ivory, if it is micarta will it have streaks....
 

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vijesh said:
are you sure they are not ivory... cause i have a paul mottey shaft... pretty old which looks similar to this.... cause the streaks sure look like ivory, if it is micarta will it have streaks....

Yes, I am sure!
 

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The ferrules are micarta, which makes them rather rare these days. Nice to haves.


I didn't know micarta had any grain in it.The old Micarta was not made like todays phenolics and really didn't have a grain to it, just the yellow color
 

nick serdula

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Screw the ferrels

The butt cap and joint protectot may be ivory. The ferrels look wild for sure. The other stuff is high dollar if it is ivory. This is a very nice cue even the compomnents are not ivory.
This is a very nice cue.
Good Luck,
Nick :)
 

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on second glance, the dots beside/above the sideways W seem out of place. Was there some work done on this cue by someone other than Stroud?
 

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W's

What the hell are those dots on top of ths W'S on the butt cap and on the J/P? I don't believe that butt was made by Stroud,even the Maple doesn't look right.Here I am turning onto just what I swore I wouldn't.A cue detective!
 
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vijesh said:
are you sure they are not ivory... cause i have a paul mottey shaft... pretty old which looks similar to this.... cause the streaks sure look like ivory, if it is micarta will it have streaks....

Try asking BANDIDO (az member) Mr. Edwin Reyes. He will know.

He installed ferrules like this on the shafts I ordered from him last year.
 

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He emailed me and said these 30 year old shafts were not straight. I don't know about anyone else, but i can't see spending that kind of money for warped shafts
 
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