Is this a Brunswick?

chevybob20

AzB Silver Member
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If this is a Brunswick, what model is it and what is the approximate date of manufacture (range). It's not for sale, but what's it's vale by the book and real street value?

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cfrandy

AKA: The Road Runner
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It's a Brunswick Titlist. When it was manufactured is impossible to tell without a label. They were made for over 30 years and were the most popular pool cue ever. Without the label it is probably worth about 200. It would be best used in a conversion. Find a cuemaker to convert it and you'll end up with one of the nicest cues imaginable.
 

chevybob20

AzB Silver Member
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Thank you cfrandy. When I bought my Centennial pool table, this cue was in a stack of beat up cues that came with the table.

I was planning on making this into a player.
 

BHQ

we'll miss you
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Thank you cfrandy. When I bought my Centennial pool table, this cue was in a stack of beat up cues that came with the table.

I was planning on making this into a player.

does it have the willie hoppe signature on it ?

it might be one of the later "titlists" from the 60's or 70's

i have one here right now that looks dead on yours
 

chevybob20

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does it have the willie hoppe signature on it ?

it might be one of the later "titlists" from the 60's or 70's

i have one here right now that looks dead on yours

It doesn't have the signature stamp.

I was thinking it was a later cue due to the yellowing of the lacquer. I read that somewhere about the lacquer finish used in the early 1970's?

I don't know anthing about cues so please take my posts about them lightly.
 
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