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  • leonardbludworthcue



    This cue is in excellent condition. It really looks like new and at this price your getting a custom cue for the cost of a production cue. With Leonard no longer making cues all of them are steadily going up in value. For this price you can make this your player and collector.

  • Bludworth cue



    A very nice looking Leonard Bludworth. We have seen a Bludworth similar to this one selling for much more and this cue looks new. For this price you’ll be getting a great playing, custom collectable cue.

  • Meucci cue

    Meucci Cue


    Here’s a great older Meucci at a very low price. We put this cue from around the early 1990’s. The shaft is clean, straight and ding free. It is starting to get that yellowing in the finish that looks great on the older Meuccis. There are some very small dings; nothing through the finish and hardly noticeable, on the forearm. The two points are a elforyn type material with very sharp veneers. At this price you could add a composite shaft built to your specs and have a 2 shaft cue for under four hundred dollars.

  • Tim Scruggs cue 96 (14)

    Tim Scruggs “96″


    This cue shows signs of play, but not abuse. A great-looking merry widow with a lot of eyes in the maple. The wrap is double pressed, very flat. The shafts are original to this cue and have melamine ferrules making it a great cue for our overseas market. This cue Has been getting a lot of looks so we shot new / bigger  pictures and replaced the old. We also had the shafts restored, removing the chips around the collars. Notice the last two pictures. We strive to sell only the best of quality in our cues and cases.

  • 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.

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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.

  • bobrundecue

    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.

  • josswestcue

    Joss West 1990


    A beautiful cue by Bill with an exotic wrap. Great looking points, Beautiful white ferrules and points in the butt. One of the last cues made before changing the name to one word; Josswest. A very solid hitter that will only increase in value.