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    Hi everyone,

    Keen, 8 ball player from Australia here and first time poster. Just wondering if anyone can help identify the brand of cue that I just acquired. Looks like I can't attach a picture but it had a round, white badge on it. With a W in the middle framed by what appear to be large upper case I's on either side, Under that is the word "ENGLAND" curved to match the bottom half of the badge. Hope that helps!

    Cheers

  • #2
    hi there, welcome to TSF
    I have an idea for the make of cue but as they say a picture tells a thousand words

    Yes I believe attachment function is not open for new members but to do images you can also do the following.


    How to add images to your TSF posts
    You can use a free image-sharing site such as ImgBB, without registering (you can register for free), to upload your images, you may have to do the “not a robot” checks quickly.
    ImgBB.com
    Click on "Start Uploading"
    Browse to the file and select it, click Open
    Auto delete image - leave as "Don't autodelete".
    Click "Upload".
    Change "Embed Codes" to "BBCode full linked".
    Hover over the code in the box, a "COPY" will appear, click this.
    Go to your TSF post and paste.
    You can repeat for multiple images in a single post.
    There are other image sharing sites as well.
    Up the TSF! :snooker:

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    • #3
      Thanks mate! Here is a picture: https://ibb.co/sjrGVYc

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      • #4
        nope, not what I was expecting
        Sorry I don't know that one. anyone else?
        Also, it may be the photo but it looks like "EMGLAND"
        Up the TSF! :snooker:

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        • #5
          I haven’t a clue but I’d be interested to see a photo of the rest of the cue . It would also give a better idea of age possibly ?

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          • #6
            Email me picture of the cue I might be able to help. Andrew adr147@hotmail.com
            https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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            • #7
              They look like pillars each side of the W so that might be a clue.
              www.mixcloud.com/jfd

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              • #8
                It looks like there is a line that connects those pillars that is partially worn off. Upon closer inspection (with my glasses) on, I think it does say EMGLAND!!! Must be a piece of %^&$ knockoff. I was kinda hoping I'd picked up something decent, as the previous owner had no idea and the sale price was less than the case it came in. It's a 3/4 cue with the fitting for an extension. Maybe I'll use it as my break cue so I don't break my legit "Ton Praram" main cue or I'll just let the kids use it so I don't have a heart attack when they use my good cue carelessly! Cheers

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                • #9
                  if it plays well for you, keep it, as you say for a break cue
                  thanks for sharing, more knowledge for the membership
                  there is a sticky thread in this "Cues" section for "Post Pictures of Your Cue", please share your Tom Praram
                  a friend has one, bought some years ago and it is a lovely cue.
                  Up the TSF! :snooker:

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                  • #10
                    Will do, it's a great cue! Bought second hand but it was in brand new condition when I purchased it.

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                    • #11
                      Added pics of my main cue to the sticky in the right section but the links will break in a month. Here they are just in case you guys that were interested don't see it in the other thread. Still can't upload attachments yet.

                      https://ibb.co/7g861wb
                      https://ibb.co/khYCDcc
                      https://ibb.co/k2349KP

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                      • #12
                        lovely looking cue
                        very similar to my friend's

                        1. "Attachments" beware the function is very restrictive and hard to manage.
                        2. using ImgBB - I think you may have missed a couple of the steps which may solve what you seem to be seeing.

                        How to add images to your TSF posts
                        You can use a free image-sharing site such as ImgBB, without registering (you can register for free), to upload your images, you may have to do the “not a robot” checks quickly.
                        ImgBB.com
                        Click on "Start Uploading"
                        Browse to the file and select it, click Open
                        Auto delete image - leave as "Don't autodelete".
                        Click "Upload".
                        Change "Embed Codes" to "BBCode full linked".
                        Hover over the code in the box, a "COPY" will appear, click this.
                        Go to your TSF post and paste.
                        You can repeat for multiple images in a single post.
                        There are other image sharing sites as well.
                        Up the TSF! :snooker:

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                        • #13
                          Originally Posted by TheRoyster View Post
                          Added pics of my main cue to the sticky in the right section but the links will break in a month. Here they are just in case you guys that were interested don't see it in the other thread. Still can't upload attachments yet.

                          https://ibb.co/7g861wb
                          https://ibb.co/khYCDcc
                          https://ibb.co/k2349KP
                          Love the look of that shaft, I don't like many arrows and I don't like them overly dark. Cracking looking cue.
                          This is how you play darts ,MVG two nines in the same match!
                          https://youtu.be/yqTGtwOpHu8

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