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MacBaren Three Nuns in a very early Ascorti straight New Dear KS billiard with a carved shank.
 

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Peretti’s Cuban Mixture in an old grain relief, partly smooth full bend "V" shape bowl Ben Wade Prominence freehand with the letter A and the numeral 2 in circles.
 

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Louisiana Red in a 2003 medium bend Nording 4 rough top sitter with a small rusticated area at the top left.
 

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...early AM...Altadis Sweet Virginia...now, HH Latakia Flake in a '66 Dunhill shell billiard... :cheers: 



...up next...Condor Long Cut... :cheers:
 

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juice/meds at this desk, DGT '05 CrownAchievement in gourd calabash in smokingroom.

Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY
 

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Sutliff PS County Cork in a 2013 slight bend grain etched briar Rekamepip Volcano with a walnut shank.
 

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Having my second bowl of my "daily smoke", some Royal Yacht in a BBB Own Make Virgin st. bulldog I got in Hong Kong back in '70. mmmmm Virginia !!  :twisted: 

 

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Just finished smoking MacBaren Plum Cake in a 1979 no name French briar smooth full bend egg. Next is Edgeworth Slices in a 1984 medium bend black grain etched Savinelli Non Pareil 9310 poker with a horn ferrule.
 

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Just finished a bowl of Irish Flake in a Mastro de Paja canted Rhodesian. Now smoking Black Cherry Twist in a Stanwell Nordic sandblasted billiard.

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