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Comoy's Tradition Bulldog #4

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  • Started 3 years ago by The Pipe Monk
  • Latest reply from gloucesterman
  1. disinformatique

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    I have been on a PAD binge since the last few months as I will NOT be buying any pipes vintage or new in 2016, or so I have decided otherwise I would be stuck where I am and not been able to move to where I want to be and settle down. After 36 years of being a bachelor, engaged for 4 years out of them and almost getting married, a man has to choose between a future wife or his collection of pipes

    Before I show you the pictures let me feel better by putting the PAD blame on the following people

    1. Mr. Al Jones - Mod Extraordinaire and a fabulous new friend.
    2. Mr. G L Pease - The Dark Lord - Remind me not to vist his website on a daily basis.
    3. Mr. Mike Glukler - Piper Magnifique - For letting me have 3 fabulous pipes, oh also remind me not to keep BriarBlues website open 24x7 at my work and home computer.
    4. All the friendly vendors on Ebay

    Aaaahhhhh now I feel better. Here are some pipe pictures courtesy of Mr. Hank Satchi from whom I won the pipe on ebay. Sorry Hank I wanted the two Castello pipes but ran out of money.

    The pipe is now en-route to the fabulous George Dibos aka @georged, will post pictures once the pipe has been taken care of.







    Dimensions:
    Inner Diameter 3/4",
    Outer Diameter: 1 1/8",
    Length: 5 1/2" inches,
    Height: 1 3/4",
    Depth: 1 5/8",
    Weight: 1.4 oz / 40 grams

    Nomenclature:
    Comoy's Tradition Made in London (circle stamp) England 4

    Albert Einstein was once quoted as saying, “I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgment in all human affairs.” One of the reasons behind this statement is that pipe smoking is meant to be a slow leisurely activity. It takes patience to smoke a pipe. Unlike cigarettes and cigars, there is a certain amount of technique to smoking a pipe. Where cigars and cigarettes can just be picked up, lit and puffed on, pipes require the development of a technique in order to get the best smoking experience.
    Posted 3 years ago #
  2. davet

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    Very nice, bulldogs have become one of my favorites

    Posted 3 years ago #
  3. papipeguy

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    That's a wonderful shape and one of my favorites. Enjoy.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
    Posted 3 years ago #
  4. stanlaurel

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    Very nice. Love bulldogs. I look forward to seeing it when it is cleaned-up.

    Posted 3 years ago #
  5. ssjones

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    I was watching that one, a good choice. I can't wait to see what George does with it.

    Al

    Posted 3 years ago #
  6. gloucesterman

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    You picked the right guy to freshen it up. His work is impeccable. Enjoy

    Posted 3 years ago #

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