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    Guys, looks like I'm going to have to part with some of my collection to fund other projects, and digging out a few cues I've come across a bit of an unknown quantity to me. I have an "Adam cues" 2 piece cue. It has what appears to be hand signed "made by Helmstetter" under the varnish on the butt. The butt is a single piece of a dark decorative hardwood with a white joint and the shaft is very very clear maple with a brass ferrule 10mm. I've done a bit of research, not found a lot, but mostly American pool cues. It certainly is very nice and looks like it's hardly seen a table. Any information, advice or thoughts welcome. Thanks.

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    Pictures paint a thousand words

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      Believe me I'm trying jrc. How can the maximum be 200kb!! Unless I'm doing something stupid?

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      • #4
        Originally Posted by Shads147 View Post
        Believe me I'm trying jrc. How can the maximum be 200kb!! Unless I'm doing something stupid?
        It should reduce them to that size automatically.
        Terry Davidson
        IBSF Master Coach & Examiner

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          Dunno i always use IMG code from photobucket

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            • #7
              I think they are there in a fashion!

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              • #8
                Harrods case ehh lol

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                • #9
                  Yes it is ha!! It's a tan leather BCE one! Not really my kind of thing but hey ho.

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                  • #10
                    Did you ever find out what it was worth? or how much didi you sell it for. I have similar

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                    • #11
                      I once had an American Poo cue by Helmstetter. Very nice with some beautiful detailed work. I swapped it for a McDermott cue + cash which is a Collectable and worth more than the Helmstetter.

                      Like with anything, if you can find a Helmstetter collector then I'm sure you could demand a fair bit. Depending on the detail of work and of course when it was made you could be looking at anything from 300-900. If it's a plain cue with no inlay work then I'd say between 50-150...

                      This is just a guestamate
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