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  • Lucasi cue



    Definitely a time capsule cue. We acquired this cue from Danny Vegh’s store on Lorain Rd. in Cleveland were it had sat in the back of the warehouse for 23 years. This cue is so old it was made prior to the branding of the Lucasi name by John Lucas III. It has the Lucasi Co. decal, weight screw, early style pin, and design traits of early Lucasi cues but does not have the trademark name on the butt. Because it doesn’t have the name Danny gave us a great deal on this cue and were passing it on to you.

  • Skip Weston Cue (19)

    Skip Weston


    A stunning one-of-a-kind custom cue at an incredible price. All the white inlays, along with stitching on the shaft collars, is all natural material. Including one of the ferrules. The butt cap appears to be camel bone. The points are re-cuts, not veneers. Brand new Kamui soft tips and a new linen wrap. Its hard to catch how truly beautiful this cue is, but the close-ups try to. Comes with custom matching cue caps.

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    Blue Book of Cues 3rd. Edition


    Another Very good condition 3rd. edition Blue Book of Pool Cues. We like to keep these on hand for our customers. They make for hours of great reading. There is no one formula for increasing the price values in this book. Where some of the younger makers maybe making more cues since 2005, others maybe making a fraction or retired altogether. All in all it is a great tool for any serious collector.

  • Dennis Dieckman cue

    Dennis Dieckman


    A Dennis Dieckman cue made personally for Korean billiards player In Soo Park. The cue contains Dennis’ trademark Kokopelli Legend designs. Birdseye Maple into Wenge form the elongated butterfly points. A super great price on a truly one of a kind cue.

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    Andy Gilbert Conversion


    A very sharp looking Gilbert Butterfly Titlist Conversion. Brunswick joint, butt cap and ferrules are natural materials. Finished off with a leather wrap. Don’t forget the documentation and joint protectors.

  • Brunswick cue (2)



    A very cool looking old school style cue from Brunswick. Tiger Maple forearm with four Cocobolo points and butt. 2 dead-straight shafts make this a very affordable player or collector.

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    Bob Runde 12


    A very nice piece from Bob who is only building about 10 to 20 cues a year in the winter months. Any of the newer cues are truly one of a kind and sure to appreciate in value. This is a great hitting/solid cue. Bob has said that he is no longer buying materials and when they’re all gone, he’s done. Good for him.

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    Perry Weston


    Stunning one of a kind cue. This is a one owner original, custom made to their orders. All sterling silver flowing through ebony. 8 points in both the butt and forearm. Matching joint protectors and beautiful ferrules. With the one extra 30 inch shaft for those who prefer the added length.

  • Whitten Case (2)

    Whitten 2 x 4 Cue Case


    A gently used, Whitten non- lite case. Beautiful two tone Lizard print leather. Rich tan leather with Coco brown trim. We have always been fans of the Whitten non – lite cases. They very simply look great and provide superior protection for your expensive cues at a moderate price. This case shows signs of use but not abuse and still has all the eye appeal of a new case without the wait and higher price.


  • Bill Schick (2)

    Bill Schick


    A very fine piece from master engraver Bill Schick. Ebony forearm with Amboyna points and butt. All the white is natural including the ferrules and Bill’s signature Griffin joint protectors. The wrap is a very fine thread linen. The detail in the engraving on the butt is the best there is. From top to bottom the condition of this cue is flawless. This is the type of cue that makes Bill a Hall of Fame member. A must have for any serious collector.