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HAROLD MOREY CUES
Maker of pool cues from 1989 until 2003 in Alpena, Michigan.
Harold Morey is a precision machinist who discovered cue manufacturing by restoring Gus Szamboti and George Balabushka cues in 1985. Having restored over 40 Szamboti cues and a number of Balabushka cues, Morey became familiar with Szamboti´s techniques and materials and in 1989 began creating cues in the Szamboti method. Given that Morey was only able to produce a few cues per year, there was typically an extensive wait for his cues. Although the cues were few in quantity, the materials and craftsmanship of Morey cues were extraordinary in quality. Morey employed a stunning calfskin leather wrap (which was used on nearly half of his cues), sections of elephant tusk (cut out by hand with a pantograph) for the inlays, the butt cap was traditionally white Delrin, and the black rubber bumpers were affixed with aluminum hex screws. Morey has completed a number of cues utilizing Burton Spain blanks exclusively, until Spain´s death in 1994. For the most part Spain blanks were four-point, although he crafted a handful of cues with eight-point blanks. Morey´s cues can be identified by the "MOREY" signature among the points, accompanied by the year of its crafting and the number of the cue sequence (eg: "94-014 in.). Morey currently abstains from procuring orders for cues; however, he will repair his own cues. Harold Morey´s concentration is presently on music and expending his leisure time fabricating electric guitars.
If you have a Harold Morey cue that needs further identification or repair, contact Harold Morey, listed in the Trademark Index.


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