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  • J. W. Petree


    A great looking J. W. Petree from the start of his career. A true sneaky with no inlays or or joint trim. Just a very clean black ebony into straight grain Maple. Petree is known for making his own full spliced blanks and ever cue he makes is one of a kind. Two inches longer than the standard cue and does not show any signs of wear. The butt is ding free and the shaft is very smooth. Great collector.

  • Samsara Cues


    A very stunning brand new Samsara cue with six points up and down. Ebony into Bicote with a very thin natural and black veneer. Very cool ring work on the butt. This is a custom built cue by Jim and Dave. They build some of best looking cues out there. Two shafts with joint protectors and a very solid hit. This cue will turn heads.

    This cue is on it’s way to Indonesia.

  • Runde 12


    Up front we have to say this is a beautiful cue. This cue came to us as part of a large package of cues. That being said, the two shafts that come with it are not original to the cue. The OB shaft’s price new is $165.00 and the Superior Shaft new would be around $225.00. We talked with Mr. Runde and he said he could make a shaft to go with the cue for $150.00 and it would take about a month. Both shafts have the small plain black collars for a perfect match just like Runde’s. The OB makes a great break or playing shaft. The Superior shafts are quite rare as they are made from submerged lumber salvaged from Lake Superior. Stradivari used submerged lumber for his violins. If your looking for some cool history in a shaft, there you are. The cue its self is very sharp looking. Rich Mahogany into Birdseye Maple with the dash rings bordering the wrap area.

  • Whitten 2 x 4 case


    From a private collection , this case was used only for storage and never traveled out of the house. It is about 12 years old and looks brand new. 


  • Mike Sima Cues


    A Cocobolo four point into highly figured Tiger Maple with beautiful Ebony into Efloryn diamond inlays. The white diamond inlays are re-cuts with Ebony inlays. Ebony and Elforyn stitch rings in all 5 positions. The camera can’t really catch the richness of the woods used in this cue. Mike is from the Cleveland area and is a true artist who builds head turning, great playing, solid hitting cues.

    “The cue is Great! It has a nice hit and I love the curly maple. What a beautiful cue. Tell Mike his cue has a happy new owner.”  Bruce / Minnetonka, Minnesota 

  • Tim Scruggs


    A simply elegant cue from Scruggs. Brazilian Tulip wood points into Birdseye maple forearm. Brazilian Tulip wood butt. Beautiful ferrules and Tim’s classic joint protectors. This cue makes a great collectible and player.

    “We received the cue today and everything looks good. Thanks so Much!!!”  Danny / White, Georgia 

  • Jerry Olivier


    Jerry Olivier Has been building cues since 1995 and this cue shows his knowledge and talent. Cocobolo points into straight grain Maple forearm. Cocobolo and Birdseye butt sleeve. This cue hit very solid and is in great condition. This a very good deal on a custom built with a leather wrap.

  • Paul Drexler / pfd Studios


    Great looking player from Paul and Ellen Drexler. Marked lite play for the bluing in the shafts only. The butt is in excellent condition. This cue has both Paul’s signature in the points and the pfd logo on the all natural Hoppe ring. Shaft 2 was made from a 314-2 partial. Both shafts where made in Paul’s shop. The ring work at the joint and shaft collars are black phenolic-stainless-Cocobolo-stainless-black. The thin ring in the center is Cococolo and is hard to capture with the camera but looks great in real life. The veneers in this cue are brightly colored and razor perfect.

  • Mike Bender


    A chance to own a great custom cue by one of the best builders at a production price. The Purple Heart in the butt seems toned down a bit giving it a more Rosewood look. The forearm is straight grain Maple. It comes with one shaft that is very clean and ding free. The cue is not signed but has a very early version of Mike’s 3/8 – 14 signature pin with no markings. The ferrule is lbm making it a good international traveler.


  • Joss West


    A simple yet elegant work of art. Here’s a chance to own a sideways W Joss West at a great price. This is an unrestored, one owner, all original cue. This cue dates from late 1973 to early 1974. Shaft 1 is the original shaft with the micarta ferrule. Shaft 2 was built by Bill Stroud for the original owner 20 some years ago. The cue does show signs of play but was very well taken care of. Both shafts are silky smooth. The matching custom joint protectors complete this cue. If your a big fan of the older Joss West cues, don’t let this one pass you by.