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Bill Schick

$7,000.00

A great cue from hall of fame builder Bill Schick. It looks as new as the day it was made. Ebony butt and forearm with amboyna burl wood and white inlays. Beautiful ferrules and Schick’s matching joint protectors. This is a stunning cue at a great price. If you have been looking for a Bill Schick for your collection don’t pass this one by.

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Product Description

Condition: Perfect
Weight: 21.2 oz.
wrap: Lizard
length: 58″
Joint: 3/8 – 10
Shafts: 2 both are 12.9 mm.

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