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Just finished smoking P&W #515 in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem. Next is Stonehaven in a 1984 black sandblasted straight Dunhill Shell 4103 Billiard.

Mister E: Not only would I not part with the Barling, but I've been hoping to find a straight smooth Canadian at a reasonable price. This Barling is just a terrific smoker as well as an elegant looker.
 

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JimInks":e5eqtjm9 said:
Just finished smoking P&W #515 in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem. Next is Stonehaven in a 1984 black sandblasted straight Dunhill Shell 4103 Billiard.

Mister E: Not only would I not part with the Barling, but I've been hoping to find a straight smooth Canadian at a reasonable price. This Barling is just a terrific smoker as well as an elegant looker.
Yes, the pre-transition Barlings are quite sought after now. It's totally understandable why that is. No worries, I wasn't seriously expecting you'd want to part with that pipe. I wouldn't either!
 

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Watching 'da Boys whup up on 'da Skins with my 'new' birth Year Dunnie Apple with some of my usual "break-in" baccy, McC's FM 2000 :cheers:  mmmm what a combo. aged oil cured Algerian briar and Hienz 57  :twisted: :twisted:

 

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MisterE":g257q268 said:
JimInks":g257q268 said:
Just finished smoking P&W #515 in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem. Next is Stonehaven in a 1984 black sandblasted straight Dunhill Shell 4103 Billiard.

Mister E: Not only would I not part with the Barling, but I've been hoping to find a straight smooth Canadian at a reasonable price. This Barling is just a terrific smoker as well as an elegant looker.
Yes, the pre-transition Barlings are quite sought after now. It's totally understandable why that is. No worries, I wasn't seriously expecting you'd want to part with that pipe. I wouldn't either!
I knew you weren't expecting that. I was just moving the conversation on with you. I know a guy who has about 30 Pre-Transitions, and about 60 Peterson Pre-Republics. He collects and smokes them. I got my Pre-Republic bulldog from him. Wish he'd part with a Barling.

And, yeah, I have a real liking for military mounts, too.
 

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LNF in an Upshall bent bulldog. First time I've been able to smoke since coming down with the flu a few days before Christmas. :cheers:
 

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Just finished smoking Sugar Barrel in a straight 2012 Rekamepip made Sugar Barrel pipe. Next is McClelland Fresh Apple in a 2002 IMP smooth full bend egg shaped meer.
 

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pre-dinders tea at this desk, same baccy & pipe as earlier reported.

Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY
 

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About half way through this bowl of Arcadian Perique in a 2002 black short shank grain relief straight Caminetto 6.L.17.
 

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A little PS LBF  in a little Dunhill Liverpool. 8)
 

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Da Boys did it !! :cheers: Having some after the game religion ( it is Sunday :twisted: ) a bowl of Presbyterian in a GBD Garland 9438 chubby bent Rhodesian that I got back in the mid '70s and Riff would love !! :twisted: :twisted:
 

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Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter.
 

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On to a parfait of Old Gowrie and PS LBF in this Ferndown. 8)  

 

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Park Lane Luxury Scottish Flake in my '13 Tinsky Xmas Dark Blast Poker. Got some 5100 ready for after supper, which my humble Stanny Legend 19 is dedicated to.


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RR
 

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Half way through this bowl of G&H Rich Dark Honeydew in a straight 2014 MM Pride Legend.
 

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...final pipe of the day...PA in a Ser Jacopo Maxima "Rowlette" billiard... :santa:

 

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Dark Strong Flake in a Mastro de Paja bent Dublin.
 

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Part way through this bowl of Triple Play in a smooth medium bend post-WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Killarney 9BC with a sterling silver band.
 

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Grousemoor in a Savinelli Tevere rusticated billiard.
 

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Paul Olsen’s My Own Blend 111 in a much cherished smooth straight grain three quarter bend 1979 Becker M 4 heart banker.
 
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