World War Two Brunswick

This is a war-time Brunswick two piece cue. Two piece cues by Brunswick are not typically very rare as there were plenty of them made in Brunsiwck's history. However, two piece cues that have the reddish-brown joint material that was used during the WWII years are quite rare. Herman Rambow used the same material on several of the cues he personally made.

This cue is for sale or trade. Please drop me an email with an offer if you are interested in purchasing this cue or trading for it.

The cue is in very good original condition. Higher resolution photos can be sent to you on request. The base wood is rosewood into striaght grain maple. It is a full splice with four points and no veneers. The original leather wrap has taken abuse. The leather can probably be reconditioned to look great although I don't advocate doing that to an orignal collectible. There is a tip and ferrule on the cue but I accidentally cut it off on the final image. Also contact me if you have any questions.

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