Latest pick up. 1990 Richard Black “Bushka” with upgrades. It has never been chalked or played with.

JusticeNJ

Four Points/Steel Joints
Silver Member
The original owner received it, put it in a case for 30 years, and never chalked or played with it. The finish has settled in a few places, as to be expected. Otherwise, it’s in mint, unrestored, original condition.

I’m having John Bender make me a new shaft that I’ll play with. Im in the “cues are meant to be played with camp.” John and Richard go way back, and John mentioned he has some of the black phenolic from Richard’s shop from this time period available for the collar.
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JusticeNJ

Four Points/Steel Joints
Silver Member
Here’s the original receipt. I blocked out the customers name $1260 back in 1990 / 1991
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Thecoats

AzB Gold Member
Gold Member
Silver Member
Great looking cue, I can't even begin to imagine owning that cue and not playing with it. Hopefully you will give it some serious table time.

Thanks for sharing and enjoy it in the greatest of health.

-don
 
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