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Adam Iberia Pool Cue Value

Adam Iberia Pool Cue Value

How much is an Adam Ibera cue worth?

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Adam Iberia Pool Cue Value

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  1. MikeDPbilliardsforum on 1/20/2021 1:52:40 AM

    I don't have any historical sales records for this exact model in my archives, so I'm hesitant to provide a value.

    If pushed, I would put it at somewhere between $80 and $140.

    Looking at eBay's "Completed Listings" for Adam cues of this era, they're often listed at over $200, but they almost never sell when they're priced higher than this.

  2. MikeDPMikeDP on 1/20/2021 5:44:00 PM


    The cue was in the Blue Book of Pool Cues at one time, but I can't seem to find anything online.

    Apparently the first cues were named after Airlines of the day, or Las Vegas Casinos. An Adam Monte Carlo cue recently sold for $437.00 on eBay.

  3. MikeDPbilliardsforum on 1/20/2021 6:10:18 PM

    Hey, you are right. It is in there.

    The first line (1970s) were named after cars. The 2nd series (5+ years later) had it's first 12 cues named after international airlines, and the remainder were named after "top international hotels, famous aircraft, and rockets". Yours is from this 2nd series.

    Here's the scan of the Adam "Ibera" cue model from the 3rd ED. of the Blue Book of Pool Cues circa 2005 (as well as the series heading).

    It was under the "mid-1970's to early 1980s" heading, pages 101 and 102 respectively:


    Here's the cue entry itself:


    You are probably well aware that those prices are no longer relevant in any way (and in general are typically quite a bit higher than today's prices). Since then, so many cue collections (and single cues) have come onto the market. That, coupled with the fact that technology is making cues easier to track down means that prices have been driven way down since 2005, in my opinion.

    So, my initial estimate is probably a bit low, while the values in the 2005 Blue Book are probably quite high. Likely somewhere in the middle I suspect.

  4. MikeDPMikeDP on 1/21/2021 3:28:16 PM

    Thanks, I've found that the value always is determined by how badly someone wants the cue.

    The two Adam cues that I have are both from that era. I'm just not sure if I want to part with them. They are dust collectors.

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Adam Iberia Pool Cue Value

  • Title: Adam Iberia Pool Cue Value
  • Author: (Mike Della Penna)
  • Published: 1/19/2021 3:42:05 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/20/2021 1:38:46 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)