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My husband has a green metal cue that we found. It has to be very old. Contains a sticker Willie masconni... We can't find any metal cues

Hi Stacie

Aluminum cues are inexpensive and extremely undesirable. Willie Mosconi was a very famous player and so they branded it with his name. Put it back in the attic or sell it at a garage sale. If you got $50 that would be a steal. Don't play with it. Even a $15 Walmart wooden cue is better than a metal cue.

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