Model “A” from the second Palmer catalogCirca 1970'Full splice four prongs rosewood into straight grain maple forearm. Red and gold plastic butt sleeve. Brass piloted joint with white and black fiber rings and 5/16" x 18 brass pin. Red dacron wrap very good original conditionOne shaft 12mm 57" 19.7 ounces
Model D from the second Palmer catalogCirca early 1970sTitlist conversionFour-point rosewood w/ purple, green, mahogany, maple veneers into maple. Clear window w/ black & silver decor rings after wrap w/ gold & silver label w/ original owner's name & original by Palmer. Dark grey pearl & silver rings @ joint. White w/ black speck Irish linen wrapv very good original conditionOne shaft 12.7mm screw-on ferrule 58" 20.6 ounces
The original line of cues consisted of 8 designs, letters A through H, showcased on a flyer produced in 1965. These designs were incorporated into what is now considered the "First Catalog" in 1966 and with 3 added designs. The First Line Catalog now numbered each cue and also featured two cases, which were made in Brooklyn to Palmer’s design and specifications by a company called the Fine Brothers.
Model 11 from the third Palmer catalog New AdditionCirca 1976Gus Szamboti ‘Bicentennial’ forearm4 prongs ebony into maple with black, blue, red & white veneersEbony butt sleeve with matching veneersWhite with green speck Irish linen wrapCue expertly restored by Guido OrlandiCue made by two hall of fame cuemakersI’ve been playing pool for 54 years and have one 100+ ball run – I did it with this cueTwo shafts - 12.6mm/29.25”/3.9oz/ivory ferrule & 12.1mm/28.75”/3.7oz/ivory ferrule 57.75” 20.8 ounces & 57.25” 20.6 ounces
Model 16 from the third Palmer catalog New AdditionCirca late 1970sGus Szamboti forearm4 prongs maple into Macassar ebony with white, green, orange & black veneers72 mother of pearl inlaysBlack Dacron wrapNOS (new old stock) – cue has never been chalked – 100% originalOriginal model and weight stickers on the butt platePalmer's identification marks on the butt and shaft - handwritten 7 and green ink stripe on bothCue made by two hall of fame cuemakersThis cue is featured in June 2016 issue of ‘Billiards Digest’ magazineOne shaft 12.9mm58” 20.9 ounces
Model 1variation from the third Palmer catalog New Addition Circa 1970s•Solid Bubinga “Merry Widow” style cue•Two-tone Dacron wrap purple and red•Stainless steel piloted joint with 5/16” x 18 brass pin•Good original condition•One of a kind – it is either Earl or Shaquille O'Neal size •66” / 24.4 ounces•Butt - 33” / 18.3 ounces•Shaft 1 – 33” / 6.1 ounces / 14.4 mm•Shaft 2 – 28.5” / 4.0 ounces / 13 mm