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Peter Hedegaard Pipe Help

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  • Started 1 year ago by cleidophoros
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  1. cleidophoros

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    Hi
    I am thinking about picking up an estate Peter Hedegaard. It's a smooth tulip, FP grade. Anyone knows how much are they worth?

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    have no idea, but show us a pic of the pipe and we'll tell you what to bid.

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    Without seeing it, I'd say several hundred dollars. Some of his pipes fetch double or triple that. He's been dead a while now (5 or 6 years I think), there ain't no more.

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    Here it is
    http://image5.sahibinden.com/photos/10/47/09/big_1131047094p2.jpg
    http://image5.sahibinden.com/photos/10/47/09/113104709b79.jpg
    It's a smallish pipe, I don't have the exact dimensions.

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    Nice looking pipe. Assuming still good internally, it should be worth at least a couple c-notes.

    Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
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    It's possibly walnut or rosewood as the grain doesn't read as briar to me; of course, I could be wrong.

    In any case, if it is in very good condition and just needs cleaning up, I'd say it's a steal for under $200.

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    Here are some completed Ebay listings, they range form $166 to just under $300.
    I'm not familiar with his grading, Pipepedia may help there. That one looks stamped FF but I don't know what that means.
    http://www.ebay.com/sch/Pipes-/4118/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=Peter%20hedegaard&_pppn=r1&_dcat=4118&LH_Complete=1

    Al

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    Good Day All

    Peter only workd in briar wood. The FP ( no number ) was Peter's lowest smooth graded pipe line. One step above a sand blast.

    I have sold a similar pipe is far better condition ( from what I can tell of the pictures ) for $225.00. That being said, size does matter. If this pipe is a group 5 or larger then the price should rise accordingly.

    The grades were as follows; sand blast ( no grade ) FP, FP1, FP2, FP3, OP1, OP2, OP3, A and AA.

    Regards
    BB

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    Very interesting, you are always a wealth of information Mike.

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    Thank you all for the info, appreciated.

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