Kersenbrock -info

pdcue

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I got a call from a friend inquiring about David.

Some one contacted him asking for contact info and/or a source to authenticate
his very early Kersh cue.

So, alive or dead?

Southwest for authentication? Others?

Any and all leads, hints, clues or reasonable suggestions would be much appreciated.

TIA
Dale
 

PhilosopherKing

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I got a call from a friend inquiring about David.

Some one contacted him asking for contact info and/or a source to authenticate
his very early Kersh cue.

So, alive or dead?

Southwest for authentication? Others?

Any and all leads, hints, clues or reasonable suggestions would be much appreciated.

TIA
Dale
Ed Young is your guy
 

Moet.1977

AzB Silver Member
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number

Here's Ed Youngs number 312-519-2505 but good luck getting him to answer, I left him voice mails and all went unanswered.
I got a old Kersonbrock and whated mine checked out.
 

skins

Likes to draw
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If you cant get to David call Laurie at South West. If anything she will be able to tell you if it MAY be a Kers.

Many cues may have been sold as Kersenbrocks in the 80's due to the fact that David did work in their shop for some time and Laurie can cross refference the cue and see if it was made in their shop.
 
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