Unless the wraps are in really sad shape and the cues are in very good
shape, I'd leave them alone. Cues from that era were wrapped with a heavy
twine (don't know the composition), and it is doubtful that anyone will have
any available, unless they do antique reatorations. Paul Rubino (co-editor
of the Billiard Encyclopedia) does antique restorations. Contact info is as
Mr. Paul Rubino
316 Lynden Ave.
New Windsor, NY 12553
One piece cues, unless they are fancy ones (like a model 26 1/2 or model
36), probably aren't worth the expense. If you are doing this to play with
them, you'd be better off buying new house cues. If you really want to
re-wrap them correctly, and hang the expense, then Paul is who you want to
> I have friend in Chicago that has some 100 year old Brunswick 1 piece cues
> that were purchased by his father with the table. (No they are NOT for
> sale). What I am looking for is recomendation in the *Chicago area* for a
> good person to rewrap the cues.
> Any recommendations?
> Thank you,
> Michael Gleason