View Full Version : Help Identifying an old Brunswick Cue

04-20-2004, 09:30 AM
I have a friend that wants to sell an old Brunswick cue that he has, unfortunately he knows nothing about it. It is a bit unique especially the wrap. The wrap is not just wrapped around and cut. Instead it is tucked into the handle on each side. Beautiful sharp veenered points, ivory ferrule, brass joint with hollow pin in the shaft and a leather butt cap with some type of woodland scene embossed in the leather.

I have pictures but I don't have a way to post them. Can anyone help?

If nothing else, I would at least like to get an idea of the decade this thing was sold.

04-20-2004, 01:46 PM
Ok, I quess no one knows anything about Brunswick cues. I did check with some other sources and found out that it is an early 70's Brunswick Personal made by Schmelke for Brunswick. It uses a titlist blank and has a piece of metal on the butt so that you can personalize it by engraving your name or whatever, hence the name.

Mystery solved.