Anyone have any ideas what this user has here?
ADAM would have had the logo on the buttcap. Probably same for a Brunswick. Either way it was made in Asia and far more likely Taiwan than anyplace else. KaoKao(still in business) started making a lot of cues like this in late 60's-70's.Thank you for the info. I know it was bought about 50 years ago at a billiard supply store in Allentown Pa The woman that purchased it new played with it all these years until recently I personally believe it’s either a Adams or Brunswick I’ll try to find some older catalogs from both to try and find it. Thank you to all and I’ll update once I find more info on it
I hit pawn's a lot. Most ps's are pretty hip to cues these days. This wouldn't go for anything near 500bux. MAYBE 150 for both would be my guess. Just 'cause its old doesn't mean a lot.It may be a lower end build, but for me, I like that look a lot. And the case as well. The inlays are a bit haphazard but at least the wood looks like proper quality wood. I bet if a pawnshop got a hold of it, they would try to sell the package in the $500 range. I'm sure it's worth much less but I can see them pricing it like that based on the "vintage rare cue" status hehe.