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J_Rock

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Here is a few pics of "My Humble Stash".





 

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Nice collection/baccy stash! Question -- who makes the rusticated poker that's on your rack and that you use as your avatar? That's a sharp looking piece of briar!
 

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That's an admirable collection!

TB, I think that's a Jan Zeman "Old Sea Dog" poker.

(Do I also see a Zeman Lat 41 in that round rack? How does it smoke? I've been curious about those.)
 

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Trout Bum":q8zqi6jb said:
Nice collection/baccy stash! Question -- who makes the rusticated poker that's on your rack and that you use as your avatar? That's a sharp looking piece of briar!
Hey TB, That is a Jan Zeman Firery Cross. The pics do it no justice at all.
 

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Nice. You remind me that I don't have near enough Blackwoods Flake.
 

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Doc M, That is a Lat 41. Is it a GREAT smoker. I would have paid twice of what I paid for it. I highly suggest one.

Carlos, you can tell Blackwoods is on of my favs. Believe it or not I keep thinking I am getting low. Lol
 

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Dern fine collection you have there!! :cheers: :pipe: FTRPLT
 

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I had only heard of Jan Zeman in passing, so I decided to google him. Looks to be a Kiwi pipemaker of the highest order. His site was very well set up, and his pipes looked pretty much incredible. I tend to lean toward more traditional shapes, and probably would have chosen that sweet looking poker as well! His LOTR pipes looked pretty interesting, too.
 

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If you don't mind my asking, what's the pipe in the second picture on the far right? The chubby one? I like that shape...
 

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Thanks J Rock for sharing... it's always interesting to see the "stash"...
 

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When I saw that Puffs made a post to The Photo Gallery, I couldn't get here fast enough. :evil:
 

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thomas james":e4fm8jqp said:
When I saw that Puffs made a post to The Photo Gallery, I couldn't get here fast enough. :evil:
I was surprised to see you out of the rubber room as well Thomas!

:lol!:
 

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decaf":mmql7ldc said:
If you don't mind my asking, what's the pipe in the second picture on the far right? The chubby one? I like that shape...
decaf.......Sorry for the late reply. I am busy with trying to find a new job! That pipe is a Jan Zeman Cape Lark from his Latitude 41 series. Here is the link: Cape Lark
 
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