SOLD – 1996 Richard Black Window Cue with ivory inlay


This is a 96 Richard Black cue that has appeared to have seen virtually no play. The cue has been top coat refinished due to some finish settle. Shafts were finished and resealed. The wrap is the original and was repressed. All that is white on the cue appears to be ivory. Butt and shafts are straight together and apart. This cue is ready for action or would make a great addition to a collection.

Weight – 19.6oz and 19.7oz
Shaft diameter – 2 shafts at 13mm w/ivory ferrules and what looks to be LePro tips
Length – 59.5″

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Sawdust cue w/12.9mm Predator Revo shaft – SOLD


We had a Sawdust cue here at the shop without any shafts. But as luck would have it, we have a brand new 12.9mm Predator Revo that fits perfectly on it. The cue is in really nice shape (see pics). There is slight finish settling at the ringwork. The cue is straight together and apart.

Weight – 19.7oz
Shaft diameter – 12.9mm
Length – 58.5″

Herman Rambow cue made for John Mortensen

Herman Rambow was a cue maker who began making cues in 1915 out of Chicago Illinois. Rambo cues are marked on the shafts and or the forearm of the cue. Rambo cues did not have Stoppers.

This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload.

Huebler 1990 Custom Shop Gambler Motif

Paul Huebler began making pool cues in the early seventies out of Missouri. I believe in the early days Bob Meucci and Paul Hubler worked together to start their companies. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload.

Weenie Beenie Helmstetter cue

This cue is not for sale it is an example of refinishing work done here at Proficient Billiards. Helmstetter made for the hand of Weenie Beenie. We did not remove the cap as it was glued on solid and we were afraid of doing damage to the cue. So the window is a bit hazy on the inside. Weenie was in the Color of Money and gave Fat’s his nickname.

Shark and Anchor Arnot cues

A pair of Arnot cues just finished up here at Proficient. They feature shark and anchor inlays which make them stand out in a crowd. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload. Call or Text 717.4788.CUE for any cue repair needs.

Ebony on ebony Omen cue – Good luck horseshoe cue

Pete Ohmen started Omen cues in 1979 in Florida. Most Omen cues that we see through here are identifiable by the pin that has Omen inscribed on it. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Our turnaround time is about 2 weeks right now. Call or text 717.4788.CUE for your cue repair needs.

1984 Gus Szamboti cue

This is 1984 Gus Szamboti cue sent in for a refinish and a new lizard wrap by its original owner. The Cortland wrap was replaced with black lizard due to dry rot. The owner made a good choice. It looks fantastic on the cue. Refinish work is currently around 14 days. Call or text 717.4788.CUE or email sales@proficientbilliards.com

Before and Afters – Ginacue Barbell inlays

Ernie Gutierrez is a cue maker out of California who began making pool cues in 1961. Gina cues are easy to identify with the G logo on the butt cap, or earlier examples may have Gina cue engraved with block letters. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload.

Ebony Point Silver Inlay Cognoscenti cue

This Cognoscenti was sent in for a refinish, and a new linen wrap. The silver oval inlays combined with the ebony points set this cue off from the rest. Joe Gold is a cue maker out of Chicago, and his cues are easy to identify by the ringwork, and the epoxy pin. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload. Call or text 717.4788.CUE for your cue repair needs.

McDermott D19 cue – Before and After

This McDermott D19 cue is a great example showing how some logos can be brought back to life. Jim McDermott started the McDermott cue company in 1975 in Wisconsin. McDermott cues are easy to identify with the four leaf clover surrounding an M on the butt cap. Later models had a gold decal McDermott logo. This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload. Call or text 717.4788.CUE for your cue repair needs.

Nubs Wagner Nova cue

Pictured is a Nubs Wagner Nova cue that was bought new in 2001 at the Super Billiards Expo. The original owner said he paid $350 at that time. The cue was here for finish work and a new Irish linen wrap. Nova cues are easy to identify by their black phenolic insert on the shaft, or the logo on the butt cap. Also (as pictured) and not always known they have their company stamp under the linen wrap.

This is an example of cue repair and cue refinishing work (not for sale) that has been done here at Proficient Billiards. Cue refinishing usually takes about 2 weeks depending on workload. Call/text 717.4788.CUE with any repair questions.