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Question DetailsAsked on 9/25/2013

How do I know how much my pool table is worth?

The table was bought in the 1960's by my grandmother. It has been re-felted 2 years ago. It has two piece three quarter inch slate.

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You could check used pool table prices at a pool/billiards shop and figure you could sell to them for maybe 25% that, or to the public (Craigslist, etc) for maybe 50% of that amount, check Craigslist prices, check bulletin boards for used pool tables for sale at local pool halls. There are a lot of them out there for $500 or less, and only very high end ones or antiques go for over $1000. A 2-oice slate is not a top end table, so I would guess probably worth less than $1000.

One reason is the cost to move them ($250-500 range) and to professionally level and tune them up ($200+ range), the other reason is they are like boats and RV's - a LOT of people buy them, use them a couple of times, and then let them sit unused for a long time, and eventually sell them off.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD




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