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Antique Tables 1845 - 1945

Cabinet No. 1 — 1890 to 1900
Produced with cabinets at each end and full length cue drawer.
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Cabinet No. 2 — 1890 to 1894
Rich metal scrollwork and ornamentation provided in any metal finish requested.
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Cabinet No. 3 — 1894 to 1898
Richly gilded metal caps of a unique rosette design grace this model
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Cambridge — 1890 to 1910
Quietly elegant, circular legs, Ionic caps, fluted bands and egg and dart molding.
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Canadian Club (Canada) — 1940
Brunswick's Toronto, Ontario, billiard table factory is the largest factory of its kind in the British Empire
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Centennial — 1945 to 1964
The Centennial draws back the curtain on opportunity unequalled in the history of the billiard business.
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Century — 1900 to 1904
Electric quick cushions. Vermont slate bed. Imported billiard cloth of German make.
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Challenge — 1904 to 1915
Furnished in handsomely figured mahogany with fancy inlay.
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Challenger, Challenger V — 1938 to 1946
Rare model produced in 1920.
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Chateau, 4 leg model — 1916 to 1919
Available in a 6 leg model.
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Chateau, 6 leg model — 1916 to 1919
Available in golden oak and mahogany.
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Chicago — 1890 to 1894
The fine dentil and beaded moldings on the sides, the rich, tasteful carvings, and the general excellence of the workmanship makes the Chicago a billiard table second to none.
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Commander, Commander B, V — 1934 to 1946
A streamlined, modern design by one of America's leading creators.
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Conqueror — 1928 to 1931
Available in 9' and 10 sizes and walnut finish.
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Coreno — 1916 to 1919
A popular, medium grade table
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Cozy Home — 1916 to 1919
Design patent granted May 7, 1912; available in golden oak and mahogany.
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Cue Roque — 1928 to 1932
Furnished only in 4'x8' size, and finished in a light walnut color.
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