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    Posted: 01/03/2015 at 3:54am
Hello community,

I will wish all a happy new Year Tongue

I found some blade from Cor du Buy - new and unplayed. I think, in this condition very nice collectables....


 




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very nice find!
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Hi Deti:

I have a Cor Du Buy in good condition, but has unfortunately disappeared model.

Know you or another partner: model type is ?.

I believe that is the model Rubin

appreciate your comments.

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Hello my friend,

Yes, I think also, that it is a "Rubin" - very nice bat at all... and ST handle, I like it ;-)

One here in German-Forum have a nice Schöler Cor du Buy... there are many models I think ...

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Hi Detlef:

Thanks for your reply ...

Yes, I also think it's a RUBIN sheet but wanted to confirm with some expert.

Beautiful woods,,,,,,

I think its leaves are much older and in better condition than mine.

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I had a similar racket to that back in the 70's, a Cor Du Buy Jack Howard. Straight handle, very nice shape. It didn't have the lens on the handle, just a decal.

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@deti016, what are the names of the models?
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Hello everybody,

Bert van der Helm, Nico van Slobbe are the names of the players... look at this link about the player Cor du Buy... go to -  read site 18
 
 
Cor du Buy - was a player from Netherlands and here is the story about him... Nico van Slobbe seem to be a trainings-partner...
 
Very unique and very rare blades in this unplayed and boxed condition...

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Hello again,

here I found another old Cor du Buy:





This is now in played condition... I will let refurbish it and then come new pictures..

Very kind regards, have a nice weekend
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there is also a model named for one of my facebook friend alexandre rosmarin.
that blade is still used today by philippe saive.

in 2015, my ex club still play on cor du buy tables from... 1972.
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Here are some pics of this Rosmarin.









Edited by kakapo - 01/23/2015 at 3:09pm
Nittaku Goriki 94gr, victas V15 extra 2mm, super do knuckle, 1,4mm
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Hello Michael,

wow, that is a pretty nice bat - You should let clean and refurbish it ;-)

Have all a nice weekend, very kind regards from Germany
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it is the because that bat is treated by michel detrigne...
he is the "doctor" of the blades of a lot of players such as boll, samsonov, ovtcharov, ...
https://www.facebook.com/pierrefiassemapageping

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kakapo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/24/2015 at 4:27pm
Originally posted by Boss1703 Boss1703 wrote:

it is the because that bat is treated by michel detrigne...
he is the "doctor" of the blades of a lot of players such as boll, samsonov, ovtcharov, ...

Also little players like me :)))
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Hello again,

here the pictures of new refurbished CDB Lieck Wilfried...

Sorry, pictures are to big to upload... here the link:

http://tt.familie-becker2007.de/#!album-117-16

As You can see, it has a wonderful limba outer ply, very hard and dry at all..

Very kind regards and good night from Germany
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Cor du Buy rackets were certainly very fine rackets.  In the early 1960s I owned a Cor du Buy Loop Drive model,  a 5-ply with outer veneers of what looked like red oak, and assembled with Butterfly D-13 rubber.  I could do everything with it.  Well not everything by today's standards, but everything except the loose grip pendulum serve, which had yet to be invented, by early 1960s standards.


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I'm looking for informations about this blade, which seems to be a Cor du Buy according to the handle.
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Does anyone know who could be this "Alex" player ? Tanks.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kolevtt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/17/2018 at 5:08pm
If Mr.  AlexRosmarin is not familiar with this blade I think it could be self-made from someone or for a friend of CDB. This blade is looking to me same as 2nd series RUBIN. You can check easy if it is with 6.0mm thickness or close.
By the way, I still have trouble to recognize one old Butterfly blade...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote king_pong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/18/2018 at 2:28am
Deti, (long time old friend )

I've often wondered -- is this Cor du Buy blade shape where the now famous, "JO-Shape" came out of? It certainly resembled the Banda blades that Waldner played in the 80's. What year is this blade?

Originally posted by pepemol pepemol wrote:




Edited by king_pong - 10/18/2018 at 2:32am
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There were Cor du Buy tables, too:

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I have some CDB blades for sale, if someone is interested...

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