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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.
 

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Ohhhhh I really like a bunch of these. Do you have a favorite? A top three?
 

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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.
 
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