Brunswick Manhattan Pool Table

Circa 1884-1888  9' Brunswick Manhattan Pool Table - $14,500
*Delivered and Installed (see delivery and installation fees)



This is a rare, unrestored antique Brunswick Manhattan pool table in very good condition.  All of the components of the table are original and only the pockets and rails tops were partially restored.  This table was manufactured by Brunswick between 1884 and 1888 and there are very few out there that are unrestored and complete.

We decided to leave the table unrestored because it is so rare to see an older table in this condition.  The veneer on the rails is the original rosewood, the carvings are all intact and the decorative skirts are all intact and original. The pockets were rebuilt by hand using original methods and techniques and matching the finish of the table.

If you're looking for an unrestored, antique pool table that shows it's age very well, then this is for you.

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More background on the 9' Brunswick manhattan Pool Table from the Brunswick Library below:


Title - Manhattan
Physical Description Classification:
Year of Manufacture - From 1884 To 1888

Color Options: Oak, Ash

Cushion Rubber: Monarch

Replacement Parts Available: None

Collection Brunswick Summary Technical Information: 
The Manhattan is well adapted for private residences. In rich simplicity of design, in correct lines and proportion, and in the true artistic harmony and elegance. The Manhattan is peculiarly desirable. The style of finish is a combination of quarter-sawed oak and handsome figured burl ash. The Manhattan can, however, be made up in other woods as desired. 

This table is furnished as carom or pool or both combined, and is supplied with the finest of Vermont slated bed from our own quarries, genuine imported Simonis cloth, the incomparable Monarch quick cushions and a first class outfit of everything complete. The legs of our tables, besides being joined with wooden dowels, as is customary, are fastened with a long iron bolt passing through the entire length of the leg to the top of the head block., thus inspiring positive solidity not otherwise obtainable. This is a very important feature.