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Info on a Newer "Palmer" Pool Cue

Info on a Newer "Palmer" Pool Cue

Can anyone tell me about this Palmer pool cue?

It has the "PALMER" logo on the butt cap.


Info on a Newer "Palmer" Pool Cue

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  1. user1680494906billiardsforum on 4/20/2023 6:26:03 AM

    This is an inexpensive import cue, and is unrelated to the famed Palmer Billiard Corp. of Elizabeth, NJ from the 1970s. The name was "taken" by overseas makers.

    This is a Palmer import cue from Taiwan I believe. They were distributed in North America through a few different small-time distributors over the years.

    I can't pinpoint the exact Palmer model number (because the brochures and catalogs are very hard to find), but this cue was a Palmer import cue made in the late 1990s or early 2000s overseas.

    They are generally regarded as decent pool cues, but aren't worth more than $50. In most cases, the designs are painted on or are decals affixed to the cues. Not real inlays. They retailed new for between $69 and $149 at the time I believe.

    There have been a large number of questions asked here about the foreign Palmer-branded cues, and their many differing logos and styles. You can read through the answers in these for more detailed info:

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Info on a Newer "Palmer" Pool Cue

  • Title: Info on a Newer "Palmer" Pool Cue
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  • Published: 4/4/2023 3:58:21 PM
  • Last Updated: 9/6/2023 8:40:34 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)