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    Roger Wallenstein

    Here's a few of mine, there's a couple of blue lobsters in the mix
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    Roger Wallenstein

    I've got a massive collection of Dunhill and BBB pipes. That's as traditional as you can get. I stumbled upon his pipes and it was a happy accident. They're functional art but they're designed to be smokers. Every one I have fits perfectly in my mouth and hand.
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    Roger Wallenstein

    Just curious, am I the only person in the USA that enjoys and collects wallenstein pipes?
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    BBB pipes

    I love my old BBB's they've got a little magic in them, like old Dunhills. I collect them both they're equal in every way, except for the price.
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    BBB pipes

    Anybody collect Pre-Cadogan BBB pipes
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    What Are You Smoking Pages.

    Comoy's Cask 11 in a 1971 BBB Christmas pipe
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    Favorite drinks with pipe

    Nothing like an ice cold Martini with a good English blend.
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    What Are You Smoking Pages.

    Old BBB Bulldog packed full of Maltese Falcon
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    What Are You Smoking Pages.

    Old BBB Bulldog packed full of Maltese Falcon
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    Lonely crow Pipes

    He's on Facebook and he's got a shop on Etsy. Lonely Crow Bad Ass Briar pipes
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    Lonely crow Pipes

    Has anyone bought a Andrew Cummings / Lonely Crow Pipes? This guy is a true craftsman. He's like me a cancer survivor. His pipes have large bowls and very unique designs. I've commissioned 2 and I haven't been disappointed. He pours his own acrylic stems everyone is a work of art.
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