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ID Adam Cue with Club, Heart, Spade, and Diamond


ID Adam Cue with Club, Heart, Spade, and Diamond

I am trying to ID this Adam cue.

It has each of the card suits on the butt sleeve - heart, diamond, spade, and club.

It has a Predator 2 / Schon 11mm shaft.

Any one know about this one? I can't find anyone in Dallas that knows.

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ID Adam Cue with Club, Heart, Spade, and Diamond

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  1. user1547439908billiardsforum on 1/14/2019 2:34:08 AM

    You have a China-made Adam AD-PK pool cue circa 2006-2011. It was available from billiardwarehouse.com during that period.

    The price on the sticker is way high on yours. This cue had an MSRP of $110 and a common retail price of $88 in 2006.

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    Adam AD-PK pool cue.

    This pool cue has a natural stained birdseye maple forearm and butt with ivory colored rings featuring spades, diamonds, hearts and clubs. The wrap is a black with white spec Irish linen. There are two sets of silver rings at the joint. The joint is 5/16 x 18 piloted stainless steel. This cue comes with one shaft with a 13 mm pro taper and a professional leather tip.

    This Adam Cue is made in China.

  2. user1547439908user1547439908 on 1/14/2019 12:28:38 PM

    Many thanks. Well, i bought it for 250. Mainly for the preditor2 11.5mm shaft with the schon logo on it. Would you know any more about it? Any chance this cue could be rare and thus more valuable?

  3. user1547439908billiardsforum on 1/14/2019 3:52:42 PM

    Yeah assuming the shaft is brand new, you did fine at that price.

    The cue isn't a rare or collectible cue. It has no veneered points (e.g. a plain solid wood forearm) and and no inlays. Even if it was a lot older it sill wouldn't command much.

    All that aside, the cue is a decent enough cue though. I actually dig the design a little. Probably worth more to you just to keep it as a spare or a loaner cue or something. It's probably a decent playing cue.

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ID Adam Cue with Club, Heart, Spade, and Diamond

  • Title: ID Adam Cue with Club, Heart, Spade, and Diamond
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  • Published: 1/13/2019 8:25:09 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/14/2019 2:20:07 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)