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What's My Adam's Pool Cue Model and Worth?

What's My Adam's Pool Cue Model and Worth?

I have recently received this Adam's cue as a gift and was told it's a vintage cue. I am trying to find out if it's true. Either way it's a really nice cue but it would be nice to know a little history about it.

So, what model is my Adams cue and what is it's value?


What's My Adam's Pool Cue Model and Worth?

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  1. user1585138390Type79 on 3/25/2020 11:11:24 AM

    Adam produced 100s of models across many published catalogs as well as models not included in catalogs. In addition there were variations not outlined or illustrated in the catalogs. Most were were good quality but due to the sheer volume of cues manufactured, the vast majority are not collectible or of a high value. The value of your cue is probably less than $200.

  2. user1585138390billiardsforum on 3/25/2020 1:13:27 PM

    I concur with @Type79, though he's valued the cue somewhat generously in my opinion.

    • Is it a vintage cue? No. It is most likely from the 1990s or early 2000s.
    • One other point to note - the brand is "Adam", not "Adam's".

    Below are two near-equivalent Adam cues which are so similar to yours, you can reliably use those to value your cue.

    I would put it's value at somewhere below $100.

    The first is a 2012-2013 version of the cue. The model is the Adam NA-6N (Natural Stain). This one retailed for about $110 USD.


    Here's another, from 1999-2000 - The Adam A-6N cue. It's retail was $98.


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What's My Adam's Pool Cue Model and Worth?

  • Title: What's My Adam's Pool Cue Model and Worth?
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  • Published: 3/25/2020 5:13:11 AM
  • Last Updated: 3/25/2020 1:19:25 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)