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Kentucky Rack Man‘s New Room with Diamond with 4 Inch Pockets ready for Action
I Be finding out about my good intentions pretty soon.The road to hell is paved with good intentions!
I wish I had a billiard table.
Looks like you completed finishing it out- Looks great.Where this dude abides...
Sure did....now I'm obligated to practice!Looks like you completed finishing it out- Looks great.
Hope the new house is all you wanted. Have fun with itSure did....now I'm obligated to practice!
I must have misunderstood your post.Just installed this mahogany cue rack. Now am I obligated to expand my collection of fancy cues to show off? LOL, why is there always a downside to everything?
Wellington.Just stumbled across a 20 year old pic of my first home table in a previous home. I bought it in Chicago, 6 hours away but a snowstorm made the trip home a 12 hour drive in a U-haul truck. I paid $500 and it came with an ugly copper lamp that turned out to be made by a local Chicago craftsman and I sold it along with an original chrome body Brunswick dirt devil vacuum that also was part of the package. Should have kept the vacuum, it was a cool collectable but I got more than my $500 for them which made the table free. It was from the 1920's I suspect, a Brunswick Monroe or Madison maybe? It never played really great with the side bolt rail design but I always liked the look. I sold it before my last move 16 years ago.View attachment 688165
No Dr. No..., this is a WellingtonWellington.
Always a Wellington.
Rip, Mr. Bond.