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  • Conqueror

    Circa 1928 to 1931

    Conqueror -The information below is from page 14 of the 1928 Brunswick Billiard and Bowling Catalog, Brunswick, Balke and Collender Company.

    Construction: All wood parts are of heavy compound construction from specially selected and scientifically dried lumber, veneered on both sides with a cross veneer of alternating grain and faced with the very best quality highly figured Butt Walnut veneer. Top molding is built up of compound construction with a dimension of 8x3 3/8" and faced with cross veneer and butt walnut. Legs are of extra heavy quality lumber, perfect solidity being attained by means of double veneering inside and outside. Further rigidity obtained by glue blocks in all corners. Legs faced with best quality Butt Walnut to match sides. Rigidity of whole table and extra bearing surface for slate furnished by double cross stretchers running crosswise and lengthwise of the table. Sides fastened into legs with maple dowels and heavy iron bolts keep table absolutely rigid. Whole table constructed in most thorough and careful manner, representing the highest achievement in the cabinet maker's art.

    Wood used in the construction of the Conqueror is beautifully figured Butt Walnut, inlaid with Satinwood, Ebony, and vari-colored marquetry lines.

    Slate Bed: Consists of three pieces of the best quality slate of regulation 1" thickness, with all joints secured by brass dowels and sockets. Playing surface is entirely free from screw holes. If desired, slate bed of 1 1/2" thickness can be furnished

    Cushion Rails: The cushion rails, which are one of the most vital parts of the table, are made up of a 3-ply body, consisting of three layers of woods of alternating grain glued together to insure the rails against climatic changes. The center layer of these plies is hard maple, the most suitable wood for holding cushion bolts firmly in place.

    The body of the rail is covered with a rail cap of compound construction faced with solid Rosewood. The rails are securely fastened to the table with invisible cushion bolts. These bolts are covered with blind cushion rail facing built up of 5-ply compound construction faced with specially selected high grade Walnut veneer inlaid with Satinwood, Ebony and vari-colored marquetry lines.

    Cushions: The Conqueror table can be equipped with any style Monarch perfect angle cushion.

    Pocket Irons: The pocket irons are No. 6 style, countersunk in the ends of the cushion rails by means of brass sockets.

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