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  • Started 10 months ago by fishnbanjo
  • Latest reply from weezell
  1. fishnbanjo


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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.

    Posted 10 months ago #
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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...

    Sure have been enjoying the cob show!

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
    Posted 10 months ago #
  3. weezell


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

    "the weez"...
    Posted 10 months ago #


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