Mobile  | My Account  | Basket  | Log In  | Log Out   
Home Blue Book Value Guide Company Online Subscriptions Other Products


Home > Pool Cue Values > EDDIE LAUBE CUES
Model Search
Select Category
Maker of pool cues from the late sixties to the early seventies, in Chicago, Illinois.
Eddie Laube was a tool and die maker who also enjoyed the game of pool. He started making cues in the sixties, and made his own full-spliced blanks, usually with five veneers. He patented a unique brass-to-brass joint, which he used exclusively for his pool cues.
Eddie Laube cues are easily identifiable by the "Eddie Laube" trademark with the patent number, which will appear under a plastic window in the butt sleeve. Eddie also patented an original design for adjusting the balance point. This involved a brass weight in the hollow forearm, which was threaded onto a screw that could be turned from the butt. People that visited Eddie remember the talking parakeet that he had in his shop and was very proud of.
About 1973, Eddie sold his equipment to Frank Stellman, known as "Sailor," and retired to Arizona. If you have an Eddie Laube cue that needs further identification or repair, contact Deno Andrews, listed in the Buy, Sell, Trade Index.

No part of this information may be reproduced in any form whatsoever, by photograph, mimeograph, fax transmission or any other mechanical or electronic means. Nor can it be broadcast or transmitted, by translation into any language, nor by electronic recording or otherwise, without the express written permission from the publisher.

Shop Our Website Online Subscriptions Company Information
Blue Book of Pool Cues Value Guide
Other Products

Access My Subscription
Purchase Subscription
Renew Subscription
Lookup My Model
Affiliate Program
Company Information
Contact Information
Frequently Asked Questions