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  1. gloucesterman

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    The newest additions to my Petersons. Three XL 21 set.

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    Beautiful stuff, folks! Happy Holidays to you all! I finally got to open and admire my new Sherlock this morning. Had to get out some silver polish to remove a serious layer of tarnish. Looks stunning now. Here's a to great 2016. Bear with me - might take me a few tries to get the image working correctly.

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    My Peterson Christmas gift, an unsmoked Supreme XL90. This one was sold by Mark Irwin and will be in his upcoming Peterson book for the example of that shape. This is my first Supreme. The wife got me the socks, they made me laugh!



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    Great pipe, and good luck with the socks! Cute, though.

    Perfect proxy for my factory tour which won''t be happening, and interesting to know the store moved from its earlier location.

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    Wow! That Supreme is gorgeous!

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    Peterson's Captain Pete XL80,Finished her up this afternoon.

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    My first Peterson. A Republic era 303.

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    Beautiful Petersons everyone! My latest Pete -Tan Spigot 03.

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  10. gloucesterman

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    This Captain Pete is a perfect pocket pipe. At 5.5 inches it fits into the breast pocket of my fishing shirt with nothing hanging out to catch on things. Smokes well too.

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    This is my first Pete. A Dracula 68. I got this at my local brick and mortar around Halloween last year (2015), as they were having a special on these. Yes, the drilling is a little off on mine, as some others have mentioned. But no regrets here. It smokes great and I love it! So much so that I'm thinking about getting another Pete soon. And when I'm smoking it I like to pretend I'm Irish and say "Pee-tarr-sun" over and over again.

    "I don’t want any of your statistics; I took your whole batch and lit my pipe with it." - Mark Twain
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    A handsome little sandblasted apple from alpascia.com. Lightweight and easy draw, I'm liking it so far.



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    '80 De Luxe 9S

    '81 11S

    And because The Hound of the Baskervilles was the first SH I read as a kid, a '91 Baskerville showed up in the post today:

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    My latest arrived today, Captain Pete. It's not a real big difference in length than my others but a drastic change in the look. I like it

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    Love Captain Petes. I have two and wouldn't part with them for the world. Enjoy.

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    Please Say Hello to my pretty, new Peterson Dracula 999 with its leather stand

    “I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs.” - Albert Einstein
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  18. snowyowl

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    That reminds me... here are three recent Petes (additions over the last couple of months):

    Top: Peterson System (31)
    Middle: Peterson Dingle (05) Silver band
    Bottom: Peterson Kinsale (XL30)

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    "If you see something... pipe up."
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    Apparently from some time before 1916. DeLuxe over N/T

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    I am glad to say that I have joined the Peterson Club today, with this masterpiece

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    I have two Peterson B11 bent brandies. I love the shape and that it's a sitter. I have a Killarney ebony and a Shannon, both well broken in.

    https://www.smokingpipes.com/pipes/new/peterson/moreinfo.cfm?product_id=195885

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    1986 Peterson Mark Twain with Sterling Silver band:

    Kinsale XL15 Smooth bent Bulldog:

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    A couple of weeks ago I got this old Kapp Royal that I really like smoking. Quite different compared to the new version.

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  24. ahmadothman

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    My second Peterson.. The beautiful System Ebony XL315

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    Peterson Derry Rusticated B27.

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    Irish Made Army 68 just arrived.

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    Love those Army Mount pipes!

    My latest Pete, a 1947-1949 Kapruff "Bullcap" (shape 411).

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    My latest Pete,

    Peterson Castle Rusticated Birr, my largest/heaviest at 62 grams. Makes for a long smoke

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    Pre-Republic 407 Kapet

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  30. snowyowl

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    Three recent Petes, while all are new pipes, two have been on my radar for about a year... still needing a home. All three are 9mm, so bought from Old World sellers.

    The top two are in the Sherlock Holmes series. The Strand is a dark brown version with a oblong flatten shank, so the stem's "P" is on top. In the middle is the Deerslayer and it's a Peterson blast. This is the only Pete blast (thus far) that has interested me. Both are of the bigass bowl variety, for my English blend palette.

    On the bottom is a smaller, everyman's Aran B35. It is, however --- a ZULU! My first for this forward-leaning shape.

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    Fresh(ish) PAD: A NIB 1S with the "right" color (heh), and a Twain set.

    Dunhill will return.
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    Lovely pipes there, r. the "1" shape, be it 1s or the 301 is a fine pot shape. And, of course, the Twains are mighty nice as well.

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    This DeLuxe 1S is quite the looker. I like the more recent stains as well, but this one just screams Peterson. The grain has that non-pretentious mix style so common of the DeLuxes... I'm awestruck. And it smoked its first bowl like a champ.

    I find the 301 and the 1S to be different enough to make them stand out. The 301 has a a bit more visual tension between the top of the bowl and the base. But yeah, great shape in a Standard System.

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  34. irishearl

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    r, the only standard system I have is the 301. Love the look of it. Mine is 1 of the old ones where the stem is quite flared, what some folks call a spike stem. If I were ever to get another deluxe system, the 1s would be 1 I'd consider.

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    snowyowl, really love that blasted deerstalker. Never seen a blasted 1. only SH I have is a rusticated Deerstalker.

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  36. ahmadothman

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    My third Peterson and an instant love.
    Derry Rusticated B27

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    Snowyowl. I love that Strand. I've been wanting one for quite some time now. How does it smoke?

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    I love that Strand.

    Oh ya... not disappointed. A nice smoker.
    The bulbous look, in profile, is even more so when you hold one and stare down to the bowl. The flattened shank looks like you are looking at a humpback whale.
    This is an XL-25 Pete, so an ample bowl for some Black Frigate.

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    I've got a B42 which is much larger than my XL90s. How would you compare the size of the Xl25 to an xl90 or the B42

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    When the Founder Pipe came out in late 2014, I resisted it. I don't find Oom Pauls appealing. I couldn't understand why the 150th Anniversary pipe was not a System Pipe with P-Lip. And it looked huge.

    I can't explain why, but I finally saw one I liked. So I gave in. And it's smoking great.

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    Congrats, "r" . I've actually wanted one, but for some odd reason I haven't yet purchased one. Enjoy the heck out of it.

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    I recommend it!

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    Some nice new additions!

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    Not mine, yet! Peterson hunter series

    Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes
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  45. ahmadothman

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    My third Peterson and my favourite... A Derry Rusticated B27

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  46. irishearl

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    AO, like that paneled billiard! r, I'm not a fan of the Oom Paul shape either but that Pete founder's pipe is the first in that shape that really appeals to me.

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    @irishearl yea, it's a beauty and smokes great as well.. And the rustication is done beautifully...

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    Just got this 70s Flame Grain 999, 9mm Pete. I liked it and bought it. Unsmoked, sitting in the box, waiting. Mark Irwin (petersonpipenotes.wordpress.com) was kind enough to take a look at the eBay images and comment on the pipe.

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    Mark Irwin:
    "Yup, it's like the vendor says, from the 1970s. The box is one of your confirmations. Your 999 was one of the last of the "John Bull" 999s, as Peterson transitioned to an "XL999" (the old John Bull) and 998 (Skinny version) for a brief period late in the decade. Then the 998 number was dropped (old 999 stock depleted) to become the current 999 skinny version everyone (but me) likes.

    Flame Grains weren't advertised in the Peterson ephemera until well into the 1990s, because they were so scarce it simply didn't make sense to advertise they were even being made. As you can see, "Flame Grain" by Peterson standards isn't like what we expect from our artisan briars these days, but remember this is a flame grain cut from the ebauchon block, not a plateau. Much rarer, actually, even if it's not as uniform as today's "flame" and "straight." And I still prize the Pete Flame (I have a 4s Flame).

    Why it had the original tenon removed and a 9mm replacement is a mystery whose answer probably lies in the fact that it was intended to be sold in Germany. At the time, Peterson was making a 6mm filter, but their 9mm didn't come into production until later. I'm not surprised this pipe surfaces from Germany, as it is most certainly the home of the 9. It is an original stem, as the gold-stamp P was routine for the high quality Petes at the time. The fishtail also makes it a rarity, as P-Lips were still the Rule of the Day for these pipes in the 1970s. (Only rarely, very rarely, would they use the aluminum and brass P inlaid during those years, although its use is documented back to the 1950s)."

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    Very nice, it was wonderful to learn the sequence of the John Bull thru the 999 series, that was all new to me.
    Those Flame Grains are under rated, a smart grab!

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    Flash forward to 2016: Here's a new Roundstone Spigot 606, 9mm. And as long as I was ordering from James Fox, Dublin...
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    My little collection of Petes.

    "Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong." - Corinthians 16:13
    "Let us be English or let us be French . . . and above all let us be Canadians." – Sir John A MacDonald
    "The world was to me a secret which I desired to divine." - Frankenstein, Mary Shelley
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    @blueeyedogre They are beauties.. I spot two of my favourite shapes.. The tankard and the 999

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  53. ahmadothman

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    My latest acquisition of Petes is this beautiful Peterson Pipe of the year 2014 smooth ebony with Sterling silver band

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    From Harrison & Simmonds UK, this is a Sherlock Holmes Squire. It's a big bulldog, sort of, XL 15; p-lip, 9mm. Feels great and fat in hand.

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    My second Peterson. Found this Dracula 69 in the estate section at Smokingpipes. Smokes great, and passes a cleaner.

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    I'm joining the Pete club next payday, getting a Killarney red. Will be my first 'straight through' pipe which is not a Falcon (humidome),Carey (papyrate sleeve) or Big Ben (9mm filter).

    Looking forward to it very much.

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    Sherlock Holmes

    SF POY

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    I really like Pete's. One of my first 3 pipes was a zippo 03. Smokes great. Here are my Pete's as of 31 Oct of last year:

    Then came the big sale at Pipe Divan:

    Atlantics

    James Fox 135th

    Pipe of the Year

    Christmas '16

    After that, Fleabay for my long sought out Samhain

    And others:

    Kapet

    Another Dunmore- $28!

    Sterling 503

    Sterling 106

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    Peterson Kinsale Smooth XL28.

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    This baby just came in the mail :). Some nightcap for the maiden voyage. Smokes wonderfully.

    https://imgur.com/gallery/rAeTd

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    There ya go ....

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    Peterson Kinsale Smooth XL14.

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    Not a Pete owner...but Wow...these pages are something else. Beautiful pipes.

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    I have two Peterson pot (606) shaped pipes:>

    After some time he felt for his pipe. It was not broken, and that was something. Then he felt for his pouch, and there was some tobacco in it, and that was something more. Then he felt for matches and he could not find any at all, and that shattered his hopes completely.

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    Latest Acquisition Christmas 2016 XL 90


    Chris

    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.
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  66. gloucesterman

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    Nice looking Pipe Chris. Peterson did a great job with the 2016 Christmas Pipe. They didn't make it in the XL 21 so instead I bought a Derry A1. It's like a mini XL 21. The shape is XL 21 the size is 150.

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    This is a Deluxe System XL 5s; a 9mm w/p-lip. I am not a fan of the 05 shape, although I have a couple: they a small and heat up to hot, without much provocation.
    The XL 5 is truly large and thick-bowled. As with a couple other "space-fitting" designs I have, the stem portion is also large and heavy.
    https://petersonpipenotes.wordpress.com/2015/06/08/closing-the-gap-the-mythos-of-petersons-space-fitting-system-stem/

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    Nice 1 snowy. Never owned a 5 shape, though used to lust after it. As to the bowl getting warm, as I understand it, the middle of it tends to do so due to the taper-that so?

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    The Peterson 05, the shape of the original Sherlock Holmes Series pipe, is much smaller and lighter that this XL 5. As far as heat goes, the whole 05 just about starts glowing and I have to hold it by the stem! It is a tiny pipe.
    The pipe (top) is the XL 5, so an extra large 05; the darker and noticeably smaller one is the 05.

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    Got my 2017 Peterson Pipe of the Year today: 5" long & 9mm; from James Fox of Dublin.
    From Mark Irwin's page, we know this is a Peterson shape from the 1906 catalog.
    https://petersonpipenotes.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/61-the-2017-peterson-pipe-of-the-year/

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