BilliardCue.com is the premier website featuring custom & collectible billiard instruments. Introduced in 1997, today 20 years later BilliardCue.com is still going strong.Prior to this website Dick Abbott manufactured elite acrylic products for the billiard industry to include a $25,000 custom one of a kind pool table for David Brenner’s Amsterdam Billiards in New York city. He was a vendor at the BCA trade show, the US Open 9 Ball Championship and other major pool tournaments beginning in 1989.During this time Dick also had a cue repair business and dealt in cues, John Ogonowski and Sammy Jones introduced him to the world of high-end custom and collectible billiard cues.Dick owned and operated a pool room in the early 1990s. He has written many articles for major pool publications about billiard cues and is one of the pricing editors for the Blue Book of Pool Cues. He served on the board of directors Academy of American Cue Art and was an associate member American Cuemakers Association. Dick is also a proud member of the Mensa Society, as well an accomplished dedicated photographer specializing in pool cue photography.CuePics.com, ThisIsAmesMister.com, are websites dedicated to collectible billiard instruments and memorabilia.
BilliardCue.com takes extra care when shipping your custom cue. We recommend FedEx Air because it is the fastest and safest way to ship our products. Standard 2 day air is $50 and overnight is $75, plus we insure your collectible cue at $1.00 per $100 of the value. These rates apply for the continental United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii. We can also ship USPS at a lower rate domestic and internationally. Buy it now payments are made with PayPal accepting Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Contact me if you would like to pay with any other form of payment or if you are an international buyer and collector.