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clyde

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Jul 19, 2012
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As long as we're dreaming I'd like another Lou's I had made for me in 1968. After a mere 30 years of hard use and abuse it finally burned through. Lou's hand made pipes were a house offering of Lou's Tobacco Bar Ltd. and were made in London. Actual maker was a house secret of course. :crying:

 

hobie1dog

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Jun 5, 2010
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Hobie... that is one beautiful pipe ... but good lord $1500 PLUS shipping!
You mean it's now down to 1500.00? I always seem to pick out the most expensive whatever, everytime, it's just built in me.

 

billinsfl

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Nov 28, 2010
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I have two dream pipes: one by Bo Nordh and one by Sixten Ivarsson. Both are very expensive but I will have one of each someday.

 

johnny

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Sep 30, 2010
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Mine is a birth year (1980) Peterson system pipe. I saw a Peterson supreme a while back that I wanted but the $300 price tag is way out of my range.

 

dpkrause

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Oct 3, 2012
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I love the classics, especially when they pay attention to the little details. I love the grain and the large bite on this one. It is just screaming out to me to hold it.

The Radice Classic Clear Bent





Who knows, with all the overtime I have been picking up I just may go for it here soon.

 

irishflake

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Jun 30, 2012
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Wow, that Unique is a beauty! I missed that one, $200 or so?
Hi Al- It went for like $160, yes it is a beauty, wish I'd had the money that month- but it was unsmoked- how could I bring myself to smoke it!

All for the best I reckon!

 

ssjones

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An unsmoked Unique for under $200 is a pretty good deal. At Richmond, smooth finish Uniques were in the $300-$400 range. Did Hory James carve all Uniques?

 

phred

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Got to thinking about this last night as I was swapping out pipes in my pipe bag for this afternoon's excursion. Since I'm still fairly new to all of this, most of the pipes I want are affordable enough that I can just pick them up as I save up my allowance - I've gone over the $100 mark once so far, as my tastes are relatively simple.
Now, though, I'm starting to put together a "Someday" list - starting with a full-bent Kirsten (still one of the most Steampunk pipes I've seen), then maybe a birth year Dunhill (I actually have an e-bay alert set up for one of those, but it hasn't pinged in a year. And a Ser Jacopo Hawkbill - those are bloody gorgeous, but well out of my current price range.
Someday, though...

 

wyfbane

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Dream: Probably an unsmoked Lane era Charatan Coronation.
Collection: Last on my must have list is a Morta pipe.

 

smokeytay33

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Gee, it's hard to pick just one. I am having a hard time deciding between the Savinelli Tortuga Rustic 207 and the 705 KS. Next would be a Disney lovat or canadian.


 
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