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#4-02 This ornate Brunswick pool table model was used for championship matches during the 1870s because of its superior playing qualities and its general excellence in construction. This 9-foot antique pool table features panels of French walnut burl and extensive hand inlays of exotic woods. Fancy inlaid scrollwork and turnings accent the lower edges of the cabinet.
4-03 Ornate Brunswick antique pool table of highly figured walnut burl. Extensive inlay patterns comprised of multiple exotic woods. A masterpiece of 1800s craftsmanship. Rosewood rail tops with diamond sights. Eight-foot size, four-piece Vermont slate playing surface. Completely restored, ready for immediate delivery. Available in the low 30s.
#4-05 Very early antique pool table by J. M. Brunswick Company. Rare 1870s model with extensive ornamental inlay in a floral motif. Mahogany cabinet with hand-cut pieces of walnut, ebony, satinwood, maple and other rare woods. Floral inlay pattern continues on each of the round legs. Rosewood top rails with ivory diamond sites. Nine-foot regulation size with original four-piece playing surface of Vermont slate. Completely restored. Priced in the 30s.
#4-07 Custom Victorian Brunswick antique pool table from the 1880s. Constructed of solid cherry planks, this table features elaborate use of carvings, turnings and hand-fitted panels. The round, fluted legs are accented by the numerous turnings along the bottom of the cabinet. Detailed hand-carved panels on each side show cue sticks, and pool balls amid garlands. Likely a limited-edition model by the J. M. Brunswick & Balke Co. Nine-foot, regulation size. Matching cue rack available. Investment grade restoration. Ready for immediate delivery. Priced in the 60s.
#4-08 Very old Brunswick antique pool table with Victorian design elements. Figured maple cabinet with chestnut brown finish as seen on many H. W. Collender antique pool tables of the 1870s. Rosewood inlay in geometric design. Ebonized turnings used as accents at each corner of the cabinet. Nine-foot regulation size, four-piece slate playing surface. Completely restored, ready for immediate delivery. Priced in the 30s.
#4-11 Unusual and rare antique pool table constructed of plank mahogany. Manufactured in the 1880s, this table features extensive use of Brunswick's signature "dental work" carvings on the cabinet sides, along with multiple rows of carved beads. The design continues on each of the four legs and the result is a pool table of elegant appearance to compliment any decor. Diamond sights of genuine ivory. Nine-foot size with Vermont slate playing surface. Completely restored, ready for immediate delivery. Priced in the 30s.
#4-12 Fabulous Brunswick antique pool table from the 1880s. Egyptian theme with rosewood veneer. This table features extensive hand inlays of multiple exotic woods on the cabinet, legs and top rails. Diamond sights of genuine ivory. Eight-foot size with four-piece Vermont slate playing surface. Completely restored, ready for immediate delivery. Priced in the 30s.
#4-13 Extensive hand inlay of exotic woods is featured on this Brunswick antique pool table from the 1800s. Walnut burl veneer with decorative Victorian patterns on all sides. Rosewood rail tops with diamond sights. Nine-foot size, four-piece slate playing surface. Completely restored, ready for immediate delivery. Priced in the 30s.
#4-14 Compact example of the Brunswick Monarch, their signature pool table. This antique pool table features rosewood veneer with inlays of walnut, ash, maple, ebony and mahogany. The cast iron substructure has lion heads at each corner. Eight foot size. Completely restored.
#4-15 Magnificent example of the Brunswick Monarch, their premier pool table. Manufactured about 1880, this antique pool table features veneer of burled elm with extensive inlays of walnut, rosewood, ebony and other exotic woods. The cast iron substructure has lion heads at each corner. Seldom seen nine-foot size. Meticulous restoration to investment quality standard.
#4-16 Matched pair of antique Brunswick Monarch pool tables. These were manufactured at the Brunswick plant in Cincinnati in the 1870s. They were installed together and remained in the same location for almost 90 years. Separated in the 1960s, they have now been reunited and have undergone a meticulous restoration to a very high standard. The two together would be perfect for an upscale resort or hunting lodge or for an over-the-top private billiard room. Inquiries accepted from known qualified buyers only. See more details in 4-20a and 4-20b.
#4-16a Magnificent antique Brunswick Monarch pool table. One of a matched pair described in 4-20. Regulation nine-foot size. Four-piece slate playing surface. Walnut background with extensive inlay of exotic woods on all surfaces. Genuine 18-karat gold accents. Not available separately.
#4-16b The classic antique Brunswick Monarch pool table. One of a matched pair described in 4-20. A very early example of the Brunswick Monarch table produced in the 1870s. Highly desirable nine-foot size. Four-piece slate playing surface. Fully restored and ready for immediate delivery. Not available separately.