Posted by Brusse Ancelina on Thursday, 10 October, 2019 17:52:18
We want to buy your Antique Pool Tables, and all kinds of Antique Billiard Accessories: Cue Racks, Ball Racks, Cues, Billiard Lights, Pool Balls, and Chalk. Also Antique Paper Items like Letterheads, Envelopes, Bills of Sale, Catalogs, Ads, Trade Cards from Billiard Dealers, Manufacturers, Taverns, etc.
The dawn of the 20th century brought new designs and innovations in architecture, art and pool tables. Cubism, Prairie Style, and Modernism were evolving into the early signs of the Deco era. The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company began creating pool tables with a massive body style and large elephant leg columns as legs.
I just bought an old 9' Brunswick Balke Collender table. I looked on the Brunswick site under antique tables but couldn't find this one. It doesn't have a metal name plate on it. The Brunswick Balke Collender Co. logo is actually carved in the rail. Someone restained the table so you can't see the light colored veneer but it has similar veneer
(815) 965-7665 Rockford, IL, USA. #5-19 Early wall-mounted cue rack with prominent logo from the Brunswick Balke Collender Co. Nice accent for many antique pool table models produced in the years 1880 to 1915. Holds 12 cues.
In addition, we feature antique pool tables from other manufacturers such as H.W. Collender Company, Julius Balke Company, Emanuel Brunswick, O. L. Briggs Company, Benedict Company, National Billiard Company, A. E. Schmidt Pool Table Company, Stephanie & Hart Pool Tables, John Brunswick, B. A. Stevens Company, and many others.
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Cabinet No. 1, circa 1890's, 4' x 8', Carved Quarter-Sawn Oak Antique Pool Table The Cabinet No. 1 Table represents a dramatic change in table design and presents features of extraordinary novelty.