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Peterson's 1901 Patent Pipe

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    dixie

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    A few weeks back I shared a Peterson Patent bowl I picked up on the bay that needed a stem. Thanks to the amazing talent of Brian McNulty of Anima Pipes here is the Patent bowl with its new stem.


    I am very pleased with Brian McNulty's work…A true professional and all around great person. Highly reccomend for repairs, restore, new stems, commission pipes…

    Thanks Brian!

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Great find! Nice restoration! Have you had a chance to spin the tires yet?

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    Good looking pipe. Was it actually made in 1901?

    George...This is a good place/time to show pictures of your shop....and maybe a few more of your work.

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    George...This is a good place/time to show pictures of your shop....and maybe a few more of your work.

    I'm confused. Brian McNulty fitted the stem for this pipe, not me.

    Dogs live such short lives... and spend most it waiting for us to come home
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    Sorry for the confusion...I said that because your shop and work photos are so cool.

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    Jeffrey…I have yet to spin the tires but I will make it happen this week.

    Mcitinner1…the faded hallmarks are from Birmingham and are 1901 (thanks to forum member dmcmtk for helping me find that).

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Sorry for the confusion...I said that because your shop and work photos are so cool.

    I appreciate the thoughts, but I'd never use a forum for intentional promotion. (I indeed get calls from some posted pics/threads, but don't include contact info... people have to track me down.) I just like talking about pipes and forums are about the only way to do that, anymore.

    Besides, it's Brian's thread (so to speak), and he's a helluva nice guy AND another repairman. We iz brothaz.

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Wow. Looks great.

    By the way, did you ever find anything else out about the band? I don't recall having seen a Peterson with Birmingham marks before, but maybe others have.

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    That is amazing pipe and a Peterson "Holy Grail". What a find! And now ready for another decade of service.

    Al

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    That's awesome - now is that a system pipe or is the stem just fitted military style?

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    I believe that would have the system style drilling. Some had the chimney extension that threads into the bowl.

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    What a small world we live in. I just purchased my first Peterson pipe (and first vintage pipe) from smokingpipes.com, and it arrived last night.

    After cleaning up with alcohol, I let it dry out overnight and enjoyed my first smoke this morning. What a pleasure.

    While the stem appears different from the one you had made for it, the wood markings and hallmarks are identical, so assuming that it was your pipe from this thread that somehow made it's way to smokingpipes.com recently. Would you mind sharing some insight where the pipe might have travelled before finding it's home here?

    Posted 1 month ago #

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