Help ID'ing 7-Foot Table

BonesDT

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Came with my house, previous owner not available. I searched everywhere and can't find a single marking or number. Let me know what further information you need. Thank you!
 

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BonesDT

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Underneath pictures
 

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Chinese import


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BonesDT

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Chinese import

Thank you. I'm new to this stuff so would you mind explaining a little further? What makes you say that? It seems higher quality that the tables you would find at a Sears for example. I'm looking to sell it, so what do you think the value would be?
 

garczar

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Thank you. I'm new to this stuff so would you mind explaining a little further? What makes you say that? It seems higher quality that the tables you would find at a Sears for example. I'm looking to sell it, so what do you think the value would be?
SEARS?? Are there any left?? It looks any other generic home table. Could be an import, maybe not. Looks like an Imperial which are imported. 5-700bux would be ballpark i'd guess. 7ft home tables new run from as low as 400 to around 2,500. They take hits at re-sale.
 
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PoolTable911

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Imperial Washington model

That is an Imperial International Washington model. They import them and sometimes they bring containers in without there emblem so a shop can sell them as their own.
 
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