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#3-01 Classic Brunswick antique pool table in the mission style. Walnut veneer with extensive inlay of ebony and mother-of-pearl. Extra-thick slate, six legs, 9-foot regulation size. Restored and available for sale.
#3-02 Classic Brunswick pool table from the 1920s. This antique pool table model is said to be one of the best playing tables of all time. Walnut burl with extensive inlay of bird's-eye maple and other woods. Extra-thick slate. Nine-foot size. Restored and available for sale.
#3-04 Majestic Brunswick antique pool table perfect for the upscale private billiard room. Ribbon mahogany inlaid with black ebony, mother of pearl and celluloid strips. Rosewood top rails with mother of pearl sights. This is the ultimate design in tables of Brunswick's "jumbo" construction, used in the early 1900s. Tables of this construction are said to be the best playing pool tables of all time. Nine-foot regulation size, three-piece slate playing surface. Restored and available for sale.
#3-05 Exceptional Brunswick antique pool table of ribbon mahogany. Extensive inlay of ebony, holly and mother-of-pearl. Classic design from the early 1900s provides massive appearance perfect for a private billiard room. Rail tops of Brazilian rosewood with round sights. Nine-foot size with extra thick three-piece slate playing surface. Restored and available for sale.
#3-06 Unusual and rare Brunswick antique pool table manufactured in the 1920s. This table combines panels of walnut burl with panels of swirled mahogany to achieve a uniquely handsome appearance. Extensive inlay of satinwood and ebony. The rosewood rail tops have round sights made of genuine mother-of-pearl. Nine-foot size with 3-piece Pennsylvania slate playing surface. Restored and available for sale.
#3-07 Very old Brunswick antique pool table with design elements usually found on Stephani & Hart antique pool tables and early H. W. Collender antique pool tables. Heavily figured burl with chestnut finish. Extensive hand inlay in both geometric and floral patterns. Constructed in the 1870s, this table features the original diamond sights in the rosewood top rails. Nine-foot size with four-piece slate playing surface. Restored and available for sale.