The members are being punished by the OP for not being nice enough when he posted a cue ID/value question in the For Sale section (which is, of course, against the posting guidelines for the forum). Posters hurt his feelings, now he's punishing AZ by not letting the membership see his production cues.
I'm bummed, that Brunswick import sounded like a tasty treat.
In his original post, he wanted to know who, at Brunswick, built the cue. When Jayman informed him that it was an Adam import for Brunswick, I suspect that it was not what he wanted to hear. I imagine that someone told him it was worth some huge amount of money, when it was not.
I had one of these Adam import Brunswick cues not too long ago...very nice cue. It was fancier than the OP's cue, and I believe it sold for $175-200.
Just because a cue is old does not mean that it is valuable.
Sidenote: I have a good friend who is in his high 70s. He plays with an old Brunswick snooker cue...no inlays, just a 2 piece cue...has the old Dufferin joint. Someone years ago told him it was worth $10000, and he believed them. Most similar cues sell on Ebay for $75-100.