Identify this cue

EddieBme

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Hi to all. I sent a picture of a cue to itzel0101, and he's going to post it for me. I'm trying to find out what cue builder has a signature mark like the one on this cue.
Thanks
 

itzel0101

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Posting pics eddie:wink:
 

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Shooter08

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Could possibly be a early Zyler, but that is just a guess based on the crude logo being similar to his lightning bolt Z logo.
 

EddieBme

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Could possibly be a early Zyler, but that is just a guess based on the crude logo being similar to his lightning bolt Z logo.

I've never heard of him, (not that I know much about cue makers), but was he supposed to be a pretty good builder?
 

carguy

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Zylr? I don't think so.

Joey would know better, but I cannot imagine Kerry Zylr (sp) signing his name on a cue with a ball point pen. Just not that kind of cat.
That's not his "Z" anyway.

Robin Snyder
 

jazznpool

Superior Cues--Unchalked!
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Joey would know better, but I cannot imagine Kerry Zylr (sp) signing his name on a cue with a ball point pen. Just not that kind of cat.
That's not his "Z" anyway.

Robin Snyder

I agree not a Kerry Zylr.
 

TILT9

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Suzhou or Hangzhou

Ancient Mandarin Chinese
(numeric - Suzhou) , (alphanumeric - Hangzhou).
These are the earliest known characters for writing Alpha - Numerical sequence.
My best guess is the cuemaker is an Historian of the Ancient Far East.
 
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