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I recently came across two pool sticks. No markings on either but tha bags they are in say Clark. How can I find a value or age??

Note its very hard to identify a cue from a picture because there are many id properties that need to be seen up close so from what you have shown me i would say this is an abe rich cue from south florida and looking at the shaft and butt cap this is how I made this determination if so it could go back to the 70s or so ... although abes cues never quite reached the super collectable cue values thay have a significant value.. Ifs its a chinese import value probably 30.00 if its a star, cue by abe rich maybe 300+ youll have to do a bit of searching around but you might find something about abe rich.. he has a presence on the internet with pics etc...
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