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    Tonight's Candidate:


    Nording billiard with churchwarden stem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobAtSGH View Post
    Tonight's Candidate:


    Nording billiard with churchwarden stem.
    Very nice. Let's see some more tins!
    TOFLAC-U

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Very nice. Let's see some more tins!
    OK - here's part of the rest of the open tins drawer.



    The two tins of Navy Cavendish are from 1993 and 2001, and I was smoking them against each other. The McClelland Anniversary is the original 2001 wax-seal tin. The Christmas Cheer is from 2002.

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    Up in the batting order:




    Ardor Fantasy Giove-Finish flame grain w/birdseye rim. This was my first ever premium pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobAtSGH View Post
    Up in the batting order:




    Ardor Fantasy Giove-Finish flame grain w/birdseye rim. This was my first ever premium pipe.
    Beautiful pipe, love that birdseye rim.
    I'm not cynical about dessert.
    Jason

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    Here are some tins of mine, and lets not exclude the jars.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails tins.JPG   jars.JPG  
    I'm not cynical about dessert.
    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmallen5 View Post
    Beautiful pipe, love that birdseye rim.
    Thanks - it was an early love affair, and it's a unique shape that fits my hand perfectly.

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    Next up in the rotation this morning/afternoon:




    1928 Dunhill Shell Briar bulldog, US patent no.'s, original stem w/ivory dot. This was in an eBay estate lot that I bought for all of $25. Why, oh why, did you ever abandon this deep sandblasting, Dunhill? Today's Shell Briar blasts just don't compare!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaisingTheBar View Post
    Got my first pipe tonight...

    tada! Had its first smoke tonight. Took a bit but Got it going steady.
    I like the relativity and the physics of super heroes book in the back

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    Not a very good image (terrible lighting...), but here is my Cassano:


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAM View Post
    Not a very good image (terrible lighting...), but here is my Cassano:
    It looks especially good next to that archtop.
    - Dan

    Proud member of the Great Eagle Group Buy 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_2 View Post
    It looks especially good next to that archtop.
    Heh. That is my favorite guitar. I play it a lot! It makes an awesome sound! It's an older one (Mid 70's), but is in excellent shape!

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    I was given a Jack Hackert Antler Shanked Cob for Christmas from a member on another forum. Compared to an ordinary MM cob this thing is a beast.




    My only issue with it is I clench all my pipes, and this one is way to heavy to clench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Quan View Post
    I was given a Jack Hackert Antler Shanked Cob for Christmas from a member on another forum. Compared to an ordinary MM cob this thing is a beast.




    My only issue with it is I clench all my pipes, and this one is way to heavy to clench.
    Sweet looking shank, is it interchangable with the MMs, or do you have to drill them to fit?
    I'm not cynical about dessert.
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    First of all I must make a correction this is a JAKE Hackert pipe for some reason it is stuck in my mind that his name is Jack. Anyway, the antler shank is very securely attached to this cob, and is not meant to be changed out like a forever stem is meant to. This is a Forever Cob!

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    Very nice looking cob! Does it have a wood plug in the bottom? This makes me want to buy the MM Corn Cob Snob freehand.
    "Chuck Norris doesn't smell like Tabac...Tabac smells like Chuck Norris!"

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    Just found this forum!

    The top pic is my main rotation. 7 or 8 Castellos and a couple Dunhills. Ser Jacopo and Maestro De Paja.
    A couple of Peterson Anniversary Pipes as well. And the Ashton Old Church.
    The cabinet has my Erik Nordings and Aligators as well as a bunch of Meerschaums and other various pipes.
    I had PAD many years ago..lol
    Last edited by Laney1566; 01-25-2011 at 03:09 PM.

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    Very nice collection Laney! I love the round pipe rack with the humidifier jar in the middle. I've been trying to find one to fit 12 pipes at a decent price for a long time, but haven't had much luck.
    "Chuck Norris doesn't smell like Tabac...Tabac smells like Chuck Norris!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laney1566 View Post






    Just found this forum!

    The top pic is my main rotation. 7 or 8 Castellos and a couple Dunhills. Ser Jacopo and Maestro De Paja.
    A couple of Peterson Anniversary Pipes as well. And the Ashton Old Church.
    The cabinet has my Erik Nordings and Aligators as well as a bunch of Meerschaums and other various pipes.
    I had PAD many years ago..lol
    Wow! Tell us about those tobaccos.
    TOFLAC-U

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Quan View Post
    I was given a Jack Hackert Antler Shanked Cob for Christmas from a member on another forum. Compared to an ordinary MM cob this thing is a beast.

    My only issue with it is I clench all my pipes, and this one is way to heavy to clench.
    Nice! That has the looks of an upscale MM Freehand. If so then its definitely a more of a sitting pipe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Laney1566 View Post
    Just found this forum!

    The top pic is my main rotation. 7 or 8 Castellos and a couple Dunhills. Ser Jacopo and Maestro De Paja.
    A couple of Peterson Anniversary Pipes as well. And the Ashton Old Church.
    The cabinet has my Erik Nordings and Aligators as well as a bunch of Meerschaums and other various pipes.
    I had PAD many years ago..lol
    Beautiful pipes!
    - Dan

    Proud member of the Great Eagle Group Buy 2010

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