How much is this CAM worth?

jensen_lover

Pro Playa'
Silver Member
Staight 2007 ebony sneaky. Non-ivory ferrule.


The points are almost perfect. One is slighly longer than the others.


The shaft is ten years old from Ron Haley's shop.


Chad put the rings on the shaft.


Ivory hoppe ring and shaft is about 12.8mm


Test hit only. Nick and ding free.


The shaft fits very tight and the rings line up perfectly.


Any intelligent input would be appreciated.


Sorry about the pics.


The second is trying to show all of the birdseyes.


The third is trying to show the rings up close.
 

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paulybatz

"The Professor"
Silver Member
Wrong forum

Wrong forum for selling, potential sale...Though a very nice cue, however, not a very in demand maker...whatever the market will bear 3-400
 

jensen_lover

Pro Playa'
Silver Member
Wrong forum for selling, potential sale...Though a very nice cue, however, not a very in demand maker...whatever the market will bear 3-400

I am not trying to sell the cue just yet. That is why it is not in the for sale section. With the "whatever the market will bear" comment- that only is an issue if you are selling many identical items. With stocks for instance, noone is going to pay $500 for a stock selling for $400 becuse the market only demands you to pay $400. It makes no sense. That is where the price will be whatever the market will bear. If this cue is worth $500 but someone has to have it, they may pay $600 for it without changing the price of a single other cue. Whereas if someone is buying the $400 stock at $500, the prices on the other stocks go up.
 
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