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Starting off my smoking day with HU Directors Cut in a smooth straight Lane era Charatan Executive Extra Large stretch apple with diagonal channel cuts on the lower right and left of the bowl along with a black vulcanite double comfort stem. This pipe was formerly owned by actor William Conrad. A bottle of Cheerwine is my drink.
 

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Home grown Cube Cut Burley aged over 4 years in my smooth blonde finished Aldo Velani Brandy bowl pipe with an oval shank and wide stem.



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Half way through this bowl of Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter with a black vulcanite stem.
 

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Watch City Old Dominion in an early to mid '70s smooth medium bend flat bottom Savinelli Autograph 6 with a black vulcanite stem.
 

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MM Great Dane tobacco in my Stanwell Royal Guard pipe. A stunning piece of briar.



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Three Star Blue in my Don Warren Morta Poker Pipe with a straight shank and stem.



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' Speraaa from Greece, one bowl of McClelland Tastemaster from me for tonight. See you tomorrow!
 

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Now smoking year 1982 Bengal Slices in a 1990s smooth Peterson Captain Pete XL80 bulldog with a black vulcanite stem and p-lip. Have enough for one more bowl. A bottle of Sprite is my drink.
 

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Dunhill Nightcap dated 2007 tin version only in a Dagner design cob poker pipe.



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A blend of Carter Hall 70% and VBC 30% in a newer version brown anodized Falcon pipe with a custom made smooth briar 2" chimney bowl.



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Samuel Gawith Full Virginia Flake dated 2004
Pipe of choice: Castello Natural Vergin Bent Egg .....(KKK)



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Just finished smoking D&R Raccoon’s Delight in a 2003 straight grain Karl Erik Ekstravagant A medium bend freehand sitter with a black acrylic stem. Ice water and bergs is my evening drink.
 

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St. James Flake in a straight sandblasted pre-transition Barling Exel 249 Fossil T.V.F. black billiard with a silver band, military bit and a black ebonite stem.
 

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Not far from finishing this bowl of Old Dark Fired in a 1970s GBD Prehistoric Rhodesian 9438 with a perspex stem.
 

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Sutliff Red Virginia Ribbon in a smooth straight WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Sterling Canadian with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
 

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Watch City Flake #558 in a smooth three quarter bend 1970s Charatan Belvedere 4211DC and a black vulcanite double comfort stem.
 

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Uhle’s 00 in a smooth medium bend 2002 Peterson Sherlock Holmes Series Milverton with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
 
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