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fishnbanjo

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Feb 27, 2013
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Earlier this morning I grabbed a rather scarce model made by Missouri Meerschaum called the Monogram. The Monogram came with a nice ebonite stem which was marked with an M with a white outline.
When I got this pipe it was in sad shape and totally unsmokable. I have restored many pipes in the past and also have customized many but the condition that this pipe was in left me unsure if I could salvage it.
I took my time and some unorthodox methods to repair it but the real satisfaction came when I hade my first smoke in it post restoration.
As you can tell by how I’m dressed we’re in the 60’s today. I enjoyed some of nearly the last pipe full of Mac Baren Dark Twist Roll Cake, keeping it smokey and enjoying every minute of it.

banjo


 

jaytex969

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Jun 6, 2017
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I didn't think polyester pile jacket fabric was common until the late 70's.
Oh, you mean the TEMP is in the 60's. My bad... :nana:
Sure have been enjoying the cob show!


 

weezell

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You're the King of antique MM Cobs my friend! Another beautiful one for your smoking pleasure... :clap:

 
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