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    Brunswick Willie hoppe Cue

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    New user here and I joined to see if I could get any information about this cue stick I have. I know that it's a Brunswick 18oz Willie Hoppe cue stick but what I would like to know is when was this made and is it common to have Willie Hoppe engraved on the shaft. IMG_8897.jpg IMG_8892.jpg IMG_8893.jpg IMG_8894.jpgIMG_8894.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyd17 View Post
    Hello all,

    New user here and I joined to see if I could get any information about this cue stick I have. I know that it's a Brunswick 18oz Willie Hoppe cue stick but what I would like to know is when was this made and is it common to have Willie Hoppe engraved on the shaft. IMG_8897.jpg IMG_8892.jpg IMG_8893.jpg IMG_8894.jpgIMG_8894.jpg
    Brunswick introduced the Willie Hoppe cues in 1940. There are two models 1.) the one piece "Titlist" and 2.) the two piece "Professional". From 1941 to 1945 there were two variations of the Willie Hoppe signature on the forearm. After 1945 the cues came with only one variation of the signature. Your cue appears to be from the 40's era. For more info and an appraisal, try contacting Mark Kulungian or Joe Van @ classiccues.com. Here is the link to classic cues: http://www.classiccues.com/
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