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  • Black Boar Six Point Cue

    $5,999.00


    Another big and rare cue brought to you by Custom Billiard Cue. A super looking Black Boar six pointer. A cue like this speaks all business. The flawless construction is it’s sheer beauty. Six razor sharp points of ebony into a beautifully piece of Birdseye Maple. Nice ring work above and below the butt sleeve. This cue was delivered to it’s owner in the fall of 1996. Although it has the older logo it was what the owner wanted, and Tony obliged. It has a premium smooth black leather wrap that is a perfect match to the butt and a great looking set of custom joint protectors. You don’t see Tony’s six point cues come up on the market very often. We are proud to be offering two at this time.

  • Black Boar Custom Six Point



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    Here we have a rare offering. Tony used three logos from his first cues to present day. The CustomBB logo was used to introduce his six point cues. Players and collectors feel that these are his best playing cues. Unfortunately this particular logo took much time and extreme care to engrave. To the point that Tony only did this logo on a handful of cues. He then switched to the more simplified BB. Making the CustomBB logo very very rare.

    This cue also features another rare aspect seeing that it is built with L-Channel points. There are 18 distinct points in the forearm. Tony never uses veneers. This method is very time consuming to do. To the extent that Tony has not duplicated them again since the mid 90’s. It is estimated he built 15-20 total cues with the L-Channel points and out of those only a very few with the Custom logo. Seeing that this cue has both, makes it a real find for a collector. The return points of Tulip, just above the wrap, are razor sharp and add a stunning look that can’t be achieved with any amount of inlays.

    This was a one owner cue when we acquired it. The owner stated to us that they never had any work done on this cue by any one. Including Tony. This cue is all original. There is one small pock mark on the natural ferrule. The mark has no effect on the cues playability. We feel it is best to leave it and keep the cue in its original form.

    This cue is stunning! The quality and attention to detail are hard to describe in simple terms or pictures that honestly just don’t do it justice. It hits a Ton…as many like to say. Thank you so much for parting with something I am sure you will some day wish you hadn’t. 🙂 It is in good hands. Thank you again.  Christopher / Arizona

  • Arthur Cue

    $2,250.00


    A brand new beautiful Bacote Arthur Cue straight from Germany. One of the best engineered playing hardwood cues from master cue maker Marcus Dienst. Both shafts are Marcus’ own custom low deflection premium shafts topped off with Kamui Black soft tips. Matching rings in all the positions. This cue really looks super in person and hits as well as any of Marcus’ five figure cues. Comes complete with matching custom joint protectors.

  • Tim Scruggs

    $2,495.00


    Really sharp looking Tim Scruggs cue. Beautiful leather wrap. Striking blue between black veneers. Natural inlays in the butt sleeve. Nice playing weight of 18.9 oz with either shaft. The butt sleeve and points look to be Ziricote, but were not 100 percent on it. Highly figured Birdseye in the forearm with lots of dots. Both ferrules are LBM. Great set of matching joint protectors completes this cue. The price of Tim’s cues have been on the rise for the past year and this is a great price on a collectible player.

  • Richard Black Merry Widow



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    A very fine example of a merry widow cue. Simple classic. The finish and wrap are original. When it was made it was a one shaft cue. Notice the thicker ring in the original shaft. The single owner of this cue had the second shaft made by Richard some 10 years ago. Both shafts have new Kamikaze brown medium tips. What this cue lacks in bling, it more than makes up for it hit. A Richard Black steel joint hit. Whether it’s a plainer cue such as this, or a loaded monster, Richard’s cues always have that amazing hit. If your a merry widow collector, don’t let this one pass you by.
    We replaced the original weight bolt of this cue with an aluminum bolt, lightening the original weight of the cue by 1-1/10 ounces. The original weight bolt will be included with the sale of this cue.

  • Manzino



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    Brand new Bob Manzino four pointer. The veneers are stunning. Black, reddish orange, and blue over ebony points. The small diamond inlays in the points and butt are real silver. It’s cool how Bob takes small accents and makes them stand out by using quality materials. And he uses quality materials through out with the all natural inlays and ferrules. Not to mention the premium wrap. The quality goes beyond the materials and into the construction. All of the dashes in the rings line up perfectly with the points and inlays. It’s little things like that that put Bob’s cues above some many others. Then there’s the playability. The hit compares with any of the best cues out there. His cues are sought after around the world. This cue is new. It came from a private collection and is unplayed.

  • David Kikel

    $3,099.00


    Butterflies up and down. Just take a look at this beauty from David Kikel. Premium high figured Birdseye used in both the nose and butt sleeve. Craig Peterson style tipped Ebony points both up and down. The butterfly points are Purple Heart, Yellow Heart, and what appears to be Cocobolo. This cue contains 32 natural inlays in the butt and 8 in each shaft. Along with the natural joint and ferrules. It has a very soft textured textured leather wrap. Great hit. Great to look at. Great to play with. At this price this cue would make a fine addition to any collection.

  • Olney

    $2,495.00


    A stunning cue by Jeff Olney. This cue has it all. Points, butterflies, inlays, exotic wrap, and matching joint protectors. All the white inlays, ferrules, joint, and the butt cap are all natural material. Perfect weight. Full shafts. Great balance. There is not much more that we can say. Just look at the pictures. The specs are beautiful too.