Billiard cue, "The World's Record Break Cue - 3262 Dec 7th 1929 - Walter Lindrum"
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Billiard cue made of light varnished wood with black painted handle and brown tip. Small cream plaque affixed at end of cue bears inscription, reads, "THE WORLD'S / RECORD BREAK CUE / 3262 DEC 7TH 1929. / Walter Lindrum / AUSTRALIA". Manufacturer's details printed in gold on handle.
0 - Whole: H: 1460 W: 30 D: 30mm (H: 57 1/2 W: 1 3/16 D: 1 3/16")
Kindly donated to the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum by Mark & David Southwick.
This is NOT the actual cue used by Walter Lindrum. It is a facsimile and hundreds were made by MacMorran & Co in the UK. Walters cue is a first edition Alcock Champion cue. As of this date it is still in his home in Melbourne in a double case along with his Masse cue.
- Graham Paul Waddingham
Posted on 28-02-2021 22:58:27