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Antique Tables 1845 - 1945

Randolph — 1930 to 1935
Design patent No. 83894 awrded April 21, 1931. Trademark Registered US Patent Office No. 287,932, October 13, 1931.
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Regal — 1917
Wood finish is carefully selected mahogany with inlaid celluloid line.
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Regent — 4 leg model, 1912-1918
Available in 9' and 10' sizes, with a design patent date of November 14, 1916.
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Regent — 6 leg model, 1912 to 1918
Manufactured under 22 patents awarded from 1900 to 1916.
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Regina — 4 or 6 leg model, 1922 to 1925
One of our new style of billiard tables on which we have secured design patent because of originality and simplicity.
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Regina — 8 leg model, 1922 to 1923
A good medium grade of table that will certainly be very popular
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Remington — 1908 to 1922
A style of design intended to meet the demand for a medium grade table which has no ornate moldings or ornamentations.
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Reno — 1912 to 1915
Design patent awarded May 7, 1912, because of originality and simplicity.
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Revolving — 1898
Revolving library/dining/billiard tables..
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Richelieu — 4 leg model, 1912 to 1915
Available in golden oak or mahogany, "certain to prove a trade winner".
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Richelieu — 6 leg model, 1912 to 1915
Produced in 8', 9' or 10' "no billiard room too fine for this table"..
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Richmond — 1880 to 1910
Massive solidity, plainness and perfect harmony in outline and detail.
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Rochester — 4 leg model, 1906 to 1924
"In a class by itself"; design patent awarded January 1, 1895.
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Rochester — 6 leg model, 1906 to 1924
Nine or 10' models in quarter sawed oak or handsomely figured mahogany.
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Royal — 6 leg model, 1928 to 1930
Built of mahogany with inlays of satinwood and color marquetry lines.
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Royal Cabinet — 1895 to 1901
The Royal Cabinet is our very latest production in high-grade billiard and pool tables for private residence or club use.
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Royal Snooker — 1928 to 1930
Available in 12" only, it is know as "The Royal English Billiard and Snooker Table".
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