Cue ID

Dbow61

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First off excuse the pics best I can what to pickup these cues but wanted to know any info I can get,the first 3 pics of blue wrapped Adam, and the 2 cues in the pics the Palmer and the other, also last 3 pics info, Thanks and Sorry in advance for pic quality.


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Snooker Theory

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I like dufferins, dont know much about that design(if it is older or not), figure you could get 50 for it in semi decent condition on the old flebay? I could be 100% wrong btw
 

Type79

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The Palmer is definitely worth $100. Maybe more or maybe less.

Translation: You can not value a cue without seeing the entire stick and having information on it's condition.
 

PhilosopherKing

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The Palmer will sell between 2 and 3 hundred.

The cue next to it with the maple dashes is easily the most interesting of the lot.

If you pay 100, you have an ok chance of making 20-50 bucks combined selling the Dufferin and Adam on ebay... Sometimes people will buy anything. Sometimes they won't.

The the last cue looks like a Rich: 40-75.
 

PhilosopherKing

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You do a lot of cue-flipping: Eventually, you have to do the work and develop your own feel for the market. You're showing your cards with all these id/valuation threads, unless, you're baiting offers.
 
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Dbow61

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Still feel I'm new the values of cues and I'm not fishing dont need the money, just found I enjoy collecting just looking for cue advice not financial or advice on how I spend my time, Thanks anyway for your input.

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Hoser

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The Palmer will sell between 2 and 3 hundred.

The cue next to it with the maple dashes is easily the most interesting of the lot.

If you pay 100, you have an ok chance of making 20-50 bucks combined selling the Dufferin and Adam on ebay... Sometimes people will buy anything. Sometimes they won't.

The the last cue looks like a Rich: 40-75.
That dufferin is one of the first cues I ever owned.(from the mid 70's) Still have it. Can't remember where I bought it (or some other details from the mid-70s;-)
 
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