How do I know if my pool cue is valuable?

How do I know if my pool cue is valuable?

Always look for quality and craftsmanship in your cues, whether they’re brand new or vintage. The higher quality a cue is the more valuable it is, and the more beautiful it will be. If a cue stick has been changed in any way, refinished or restored, the value of the cue will be greatly diminished.

What PIN does Joss Cues use?

Most Joss will work as all their production cues are 5/16-14. Some older Joss and the Joss west use a standard size pin, but use an acme thread that won’t fit anything.

Do pool cues have serial numbers?

The serial number is a series of alphanumeric characters that are usually engraved, on written under the finish of a cue. On most Predator cues, the serial number can be found on the pin of the cue butt. If you have a P3 cue, the serial number is on the butt cap.

What joint does Joss cues use?

Steel Joints Some examples of steel jointed cues include Griffin, Joss and Schon.

What makes a pool cue valuable?

So why are pool cues so expensive? Pool cues are quite expensive because of the materials that are used to make them as well as the detail that goes into them. This is why almost every single good pool cue is expensive.

How good was Willie Mosconi?

Mosconi set the world record by running 526 consecutive balls without a miss during a straight pool exhibition in Springfield, Ohio on March 19–20, 1954. A handwritten and notarized affidavit with the signatures of more than 35 eyewitnesses exists as proof of this feat.

Are expensive cues worth it?

They will both get the job done, but the more expensive one feels better, looks better, works better, and can make you more money because you play better. Each part of the pool cue is important in maintaining their functionality although their apparent beauty is a matter of genius as well.

What pool stick does Black Widow use?

Jeanette Lee Black Widow licensed pool cue. Premium hand selected Michigan maple forearm. 3 red pearl rings. Stainless steel butt plate & joint.

  • September 27, 2022