Help Identifying Antique 9' Table

StaciR

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My husband has located his late Father's pool table that he had when my husband was a child. It's tore down right now sitting in someone's barn and we are planning on taking it to have cleaned up and restored.

I'm trying to locate anyone that can give me a clue on the brand. All we know is it's a 9' table and I'm sure came out of a pool hall as it's marked with a gold plate that says "Standard Billiard Supply Company" and to my understanding they restored and resold pool hall tables.

Because it was tore down and stuff sitting everywhere I could only get a few pictures.

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garczar

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My husband has located his late Father's pool table that he had when my husband was a child. It's tore down right now sitting in someone's barn and we are planning on taking it to have cleaned up and restored.

I'm trying to locate anyone that can give me a clue on the brand. All we know is it's a 9' table and I'm sure came out of a pool hall as it's marked with a gold plate that says "Standard Billiard Supply Company" and to my understanding they restored and resold pool hall tables.

Because it was tore down and stuff sitting everywhere I could only get a few pictures.

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It looks like a Regina. https://www.billiardrestoration.com/antique-pool-tables/regina.htm Looks like ball storage rack was added to it. May have use Regina parts to make another table too. Send pic to these guys. They should have more info. There was a Standard in Maryland that sold/fixed tables. More pics: https://www.google.com/search?q=bru..._h0wD3oECA0QCg&biw=1024&bih=707#imgrc=_&vet=1
 
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