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08-24-2018, 07:12 PM

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Adam made cues for other brands like Palmer. Obviously not a Palmer.

That's why I checked my Eckes catalog. Eckes made their own cues but later imported Adam cues, like Palmer. I have their later catalog.

There were others.

In addition Adam themselves distributed under several brand names.

Hopefully Jayman will chime in.

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This cue has come up before, Adam said they built it but the inlays were added by someone else.
  
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08-24-2018, 08:13 PM

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This cue has come up before, Adam said they built it but the inlays were added by someone else.
Inlays added later. It does happen, doesn't it? But, I'm not sure I've seen that long a buttsleeve in an Adam.

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08-24-2018, 08:21 PM

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This cue has come up before, Adam said they built it but the inlays were added by someone else.
I was hoping to hear from you.

Makes sense to me.

Cue was a blank.

Inlays added and cue rebranded.

Numerous did that with Adam cues.

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08-25-2018, 09:41 AM

Well thanks to everyone for the input, now I know. I picked it up in a trade about 30 years ago and really had no idea other than it kinda had an Adam look
  
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