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This cue is unbranded and 57 3/4"

If we cannot figure out the cue can someone please tell me what kind of pin that is?

Is it 3/8 x 10?

Any help is appreciated
 

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ShootingArts

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Looks like ten threads or maybe eleven. I generally grab a nut from the hardware store to test if it is 3/8-10. Looks like the material is black G-10, making it more likely to be 3/8-10 too. Laying a pin or bolt from the other direction in the threads should give a pretty tight fit all the way, will definitely eliminate the close match between 3/8-10 and 3/8-11 that can be hard to to just eyeball the difference in especially in a picture! Can't rule out metric if the common pin sizes don't match on a cue that might have been made in Toronto. A metric pin would make it an interesting beast!

Hu
 
How long is the pin? Measure 1 inch and count the threads, that will tell you. It appears to be 3/8 ths . No clue on the maker,it looks homemade to me.
 

Rodney

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Looks like ten threads or maybe eleven. I generally grab a nut from the hardware store to test if it is 3/8-10. Looks like the material is black G-10, making it more likely to be 3/8-10 too. Laying a pin or bolt from the other direction in the threads should give a pretty tight fit all the way, will definitely eliminate the close match between 3/8-10 and 3/8-11 that can be hard to to just eyeball the difference in especially in a picture! Can't rule out metric if the common pin sizes don't match on a cue that might have been made in Toronto. A metric pin would make it an interesting beast!

Hu
Looks like brass to me.

I dont agree with Fred though, I say its Anton.
 

ShootingArts

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Looks like brass to me.

I dont agree with Fred though, I say its Anton.


It could be brass. Speculation on my part about everything. It strikes me that this could be a "kit cue". Buy a blank, a little ring work and put a pin in it, bingo! You have a pool cue and one that may be solid and play just fine.

Hu
 
So it's impossible to put a value on it because we don't know the maker. I got it for $45 because it hit well and i like the vintage wood. Anyone have a ball park value? I mean It was just a shot in the dark but its definitely gota be worth more then $45... The guy who had it knew nothing about cues he just got it at a estate sale
 

Lawnboy77

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Interesting! The shaft doesnt look like its maple, or ash, but still a good quality hardwood. An old school turn of the century cue by a small shop would be my guess.
 
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