they lost almost all of it during a website re-do. all their archived cues went 'poof'. they pretty much have to do it by memory now.Mr Janes has a database that will identify the cue. My Joss was shown to have been made for Crystal Leisure which was a Colorado billiard supply
What is your serial number? Do you know how many same or similar cues were made. It is good to know that Joss may have extensive retrievable data.Mr Janes has a database that will identify the cue. My Joss was shown to have been made for Crystal Leisure which was a Colorado billiard supply
the star of david cue is a Meucci model not a JOSS.Still wondering. Anyone out there with a cue with a similar design? Close serial number? I believe that this is a "Star of David" pool cue.
I would really like to know whether or not my cue is a one of a kind, or if Joss Serial Numbers E01001 through E01010 or E01100 (or somewhere thereabouts) could be expected to have the same or similar designs. To my way of thinking, the economics of manufacturing would dictate that production cues could not be "one of a kind". I am blessed with a great imagination but have only limited actual knowledge, so I do not what was actually involved in creating such inlays, but it would seem to me that, having once expended the effort to set up the process, one would want to crank out several so as to maximize profit.
Out of all you Joss freaks out there, one of y'all must have some notion.
couldn't care less what you want to call it. Its known as the Star of David model. yours isn't.
I guess one could call this a "star", but after having viewed the Joss, it would seem more appropriate to think of the above terms of "asterisk". Even before I saw the Joss, I had difficulty with this being a star -- "o.k., if you say so" -- but having been so exposed . . .