Stevenson Champion Cue Stevenson Champion Cue 788 Break
© 2007 - Gordon Radford
The Cue Collector - Stevenson Champion Cue 788 Break
This cue is the Stevenson Champion Cue 788 Break.  It has an ash shaft on an ebony butt with a mahogany frontsplice and an ivory badge.

The cue commemorates the break of 788 made by Harry Stevenson in a match against Charles Dawson at Newcastle-upon-Tyne in April 1904. 

The cue was manufactured by Cox & Yeman between 1904 and 1908, when Cox & Yeman went bankrupt and ceased to trade.

I have a similar cue which commemorates a break of 802 that Stevenson made in February 1905.

circa 1900-1910