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Unknown Vintage Pool Cue

Unknown Vintage Pool Cue

I just acquired this vintage pool cue in a trade.

All I know is that it was bought +/- 40 yrs ago by an ex-Marine in the Philippines.

I was told it was fairly costly, even back then.

Weight is 20.2 oz.,length is 57". 6 inlays(3 at both spots.) A very nice cue in good shape.

Ferrule is 3/4" x 12 or 12.5 mm. joint fits a Brunswick shaft, 5/16 x ?/

Shown is unusual 2-color linen wrap,dark wood M.O.P (?) inlay. Any clues to maker are appreciated.

Unknown Vintage Pool Cue

Replies & Comments

  1. rustler73Ziggy_Lee on 6/17/2014 3:11:15 PM

    It a Palmer cue but I am not sure what model it is. Your best bet is to go to the link I'm putting in here forums.azbilliards.com If you go to this site, and go to the cues and case gallery and post the pics there. Ask if anyone knows what model of Palmer it is. Best of luck in your search.

    PS: I was thinking that cue might not be a Palmer. Like I said go to the website I posted and ask. There are a lot of Palmer collectors there, if anything they will help you find out what kind of cue it is. Good luck.

  2. rustler73rustler73 on 6/17/2014 6:20:35 PM

    Thanks much. You have given me a good place to start digging.

  3. rustler73Mark Bellamy on 9/2/2017 1:53:38 AM

    How much do you want for the Vintage Palmer pool cue? I pay cash or PayPal.

  4. rustler73Mark Bellamy on 12/20/2017 7:03:46 PM

    Hey I am still interested in the pool cue. I pay and I have a good reputation.

  5. rustler73rustler73 on 12/22/2017 12:22:56 AM

    Yes, I may sell the vintage cue. It is hard to value this cue as the lineage is unclear. However,I saw a similar Palmer listed in the $800 - $1300 range. Not to say this cue has that value,but only a reference... Make a reasonable offer and I will consider.


  6. rustler73Chopdoc on 12/6/2018 6:45:49 PM

    The original cue in this thread is an Adam cue made in Japan, not a Palmer cue. I don't know why someone said it is a Palmer, it does not even resemble one.

    The shaft the person tried on it is an Asian import Brunswick shaft, not a US made Brunswick shaft. That's a 5/16x18 thread pin.

  7. rustler73Type79 on 12/18/2018 7:35:29 AM

    ^^^^ What Chopdoc said.

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Unknown Vintage Pool Cue

  • Title: Unknown Vintage Pool Cue
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  • Published: 6/17/2014 12:09:26 PM