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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 5:05 pm 
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I am offering for sale three beautiful cues, two James M White and one Larry Vigus. I am only selling the 58” JMW and one of the other two, whichever goes first. Prices include shipping, to the 48 contiguous, and PayPal fees. The details are as follows:

2009 James M White Hoppe style cue:
Length: 58” (even split)
Wrap: Black Lizard
Point/Butt Wood: Rosewood
Veneer Colors: Black, Red, Natural, Blue
Forearm Wood: Straight Grain Maple
Joint: Stainless Steel
Joint Rings: Silver nickel
Joint Pin: 5/16x14 Piloted
Ferrules: Natural
Hoppe Ring: Natural surrounded by nickel silver rings
Weight:
Shaft 1: 4.0oz w/ standard tip
Shaft 2: 4.0oz w/ original Moori Medium
Butt: 14.8oz
Price: Sold

2007 James M White Double Peacock cue:
Length: 60” (even split)
Wrap: Black Lizard
Point/Butt Wood: Ebony
Hardwood Bridged Recuts: Ebony, Double-thick Bloodwood, Maple
Forearm Wood: Curly Maple
Joint: Natural
Joint Pin: 5/16x14 Piloted
Ferrules: Natural
Inlays: Natural with crimson engraving
Rings: Natural and Bloodwood with natural diamond inlays
Butt Cap: Natural w/ Engraved JMW
Weight:
Shaft 1: 3.8oz w/ G2 Hard
Shaft 2: 3.8oz w/ G2 Hard
Butt: 15.7oz
Price: No longer for sale

2016 Larry Vigus Hoppe style cue:
Length: 60” (even split)
Point/Butt Wood: Curly Maple
Full-Splice Bridged Veneer Colors: Natural, Brown, Teal, Purple
Forearm Wood: Dark Rosewood
Joint: Black w/ white non-natural inlays
Joint Rings: White non-natural
Joint Pin: 3/8x10 Modified
Ferrules: Not sure
Hoppe Ring: White non-natural
Weight:
Shaft 1: 3.6oz w/ Milkdud
Shaft 2: 3.6oz w/ Milkdud
Butt: 15.4oz
Price: Sold

All cues are in excellent played condition and the two JMWs have had some finish blemishes touched up by Josh Treadway, though not refinished. The Vigus does have a couple finish dings near the butt end of the cue but a player of this caliber should show some battle scars :thumbup:. If you’d like any more detailed pictures/videos, or have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

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