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SmokeyTweed

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54 in all.
6 Lorenzetti’s
1 Savenelli
2 Nording’s
1 Dunhill
1 Chacom
13 Peterson’s
19 Brigham’s
1 Vauen
2 Churchwardens
2 Clays
1 Cob and a few baskets
Still on the hunt for a Cutty, Oom Paul, and Gourd Calabash.
 
The Lorenzetti freehand (2nd one down on far left row) is my best smoker.

Then my Brigham poker 2007 pipe of the year is my all-rounder. (Top of 3rd row)

then my Brigham Chinook Canadian 4th row 5th pipe down gets smoked the most.

these three get used most but I couldn’t narrow down an absolute favourite.
 
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6 Lorenzetti’s
1 Savenelli
2 Nording’s
1 Dunhill
1 Chacom
13 Peterson’s
19 Brigham’s
1 Vauen
2 Churchwardens
2 Clays
1 Cob and a few baskets
Still on the hunt for a Cutty, Oom Paul, and Gourd Calabash
Nice!
What are these two?
 

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Nice!
What are these two?
Those look like Petersons. The bent with military stem (removable even when warm) looks like one of their system pipes. I bet it’s a p-lip too. The straight looks like their take on the venerable billiard shape.
 
You have a very beautiful, colorful collection.

I really like

congratulation.
 
Hey SmokeyTweed,

How old are your green Petersons? And how is the stain on those green Petes holding up? I’ve hears all sorts of things, over the years, about green stain on Peterson pipes fading…or not.

Thanks
 
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