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paulie66scandinavian

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Jul 28, 2016
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Just for Your consideration 3 fresh photos of my lithe Radice Prince , nomenclature says, Radice 00 rind-hand made in Italy 35

$ 130 in cash upon the delivery by the head of St Petersburg -Russia based tobacconist Pipeshop.Ru)To be honest I still don't know why I bought this,
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workman

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Jan 5, 2018
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Well if you don't want it, I might be able to help you out :nana:

It's a nice pipe. If it is as light as it looks, it should make a good clencher for a short smoke.

 

cortezattic

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Nov 19, 2009
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I always thought of the Prince shape as something more suitable for a young person.

Given Radice's reputation, and my experience with the brand, it should smoke well.

 

prndl

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Apr 30, 2014
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Nice pipe, sir. I had a similar Radice apple.
It smoked so well that I used to call it my "Escudo-whisperer".

 

mso489

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I'm smoking a prince right now. That's a beautiful little pipe, should be a great clencher, and has nice balance and excellent finish. With flake/plug/coin/rope it will give a full-length smoke, and for loose tobacco, a great short smoke or sampling. So that's why you bought this pipe. It may well become one of your favorites. What's not to like? People rave about their Radice.

 

saltedplug

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Jul 24, 2016
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I like Scottie Piersel's version, 7" with a pencil shank and a slight bend. But I like yours too.