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12310bch

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hang-the-9

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Is the image messed up in the post or are the inlays really that messy? Looks like someone was practicing inlaying cues.

Design looks like someone tried to copy Schon aside from the joint and rings.
 

pt109

WO double hemlock
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I've hit with a cue like that in the mid 80s....can't remember who made it...

...but it played well...and it was American made.

I think Chopdoc will nail it.
 

Chopdoc

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I'll say Viking custom until somebody says otherwise.

They did inlays just like that, rings just like that, and bumper like that.

The pin? I dunno...does not look Viking though....


Very cool cue.


Any labels or anything on the case? Is it leather or vinyl? I collect that style case.


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skins

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Is the image messed up in the post or are the inlays really that messy? Looks like someone was practicing inlaying cues.

Design looks like someone tried to copy Schon aside from the joint and rings.

Bert wasn't "messy" nor copied... He was a unique great maker that made cues as well as most.

He's a member of the International Cuemakers Hall Of Fame....
 

12310bch

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This stick was custom made for Dave Lutkehaus who has since past away. I am trying to find a reasonable price for the sale . What is t he highest pr ice she should offer it at?
 

12310bch

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Schrager

Bert Schriager certainly looks like the maker. DIdn't start marking his cues until 1986.
 

hang-the-9

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Bert wasn't "messy" nor copied... He was a unique great maker that made cues as well as most.

He's a member of the International Cuemakers Hall Of Fame....

This looks a bit messy to me, but like I said, it may be the pictures.


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