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  1. davet

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    Absolutely beautiful, I'm so jealous

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    Picked this up today, always wanted one of this shape.
    Before

    After a quick cleaning & buffing

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    Looks great Dave! And, good choice Snowy, that shape is beautiful.

    Al

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    I've been eyeing those, Snowy! I don't buy many straight pipes, but I liked the look of those on first sight. I hope to have one soon myself. Let us know how it smokes, and enjoy the heck out of it!

    Nice job on that 999, Dave. Enjoy the heck out of it!

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    1979 Peterson 05s: a bent acorn shape & 9mm.
    I was curious why this 05 had a Kirk Douglas kind of a chin instead of rounded, so I asked Mark Irwin [petersonpipenotes.wordpress.com] for his thoughts:
    "Yes indeed, this is a lovely little piece. The original 05 Dublin shape was only in production from 1979 to 1984 or so as part of the new set of System shapes introduced at that time. It was also made in an XL size, appeared as the Dunmore XL75 and the XL305 (maybe even an XL315 stamp in the U.S.).
    It's got a V-shaped chamber typical of Dublin bowls, and my XL75 performs very well, requiring few relights. I haven't smoked my smaller 305 Dublin enough to make meaningful comment, but I think it will smoke as well as the larger version.
    The shape was replaced by the 305[b] Calabash in 1984 because customers were complaining that the System reservoir wasn't working properly. I like the new shape, but the original smokes better, in my opinion.
    The Sterling Silver line is, of course, a great line."

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    I just found this thread and I have multiple Petes! So many beautiful ones just going back a few pages here.

    "It is quite a three pipe problem..."
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    My latest, a 1974 Sterling Shape 69.

    I missed a hallmarked 9BC on Monday night that went for a fair price.

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    Nice Al. Looks like the Pete bug is growing in you.

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    2017 Peterson Waterford XL22 (9mm)
    https://petersonpipenotes.wordpress.com/2017/04/29/62-the-new-waterford-line/

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    ^ Wow, she's a beaut. Great pic of that new line. Great shape too. After many years I'm starting to appreciate filtered one's a bit now. Enjoy.

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    Some nice looking Petersons. I've got a system pipe that I've smoked for about the past 20 years. I've just today purchased my second Peterson from pipedivan.com aka James Fox.

    I'm hoping there won't be an issues with it as I'd hate to have to send it back.

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    Is this a new medical condition: The Peterson's Enlarged Prostate?!

    This would be where you think you need to piss on Peterson's, but then you can't.

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    I still piss on Petersons as I think their Q&A is pretty bad as is their dip staining every pipe. I'll certainly be lightly sanding the inside of the bowl to remove that stain as long as the drilling is good.

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    If you are having trouble 'initiating a stream' go here:
    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/has-peterson-quality-really-declined

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    This is my Peterson's "Shannon" 69 from 1980's.
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    One of my favorites, a pre-Republic shape 263 Sterling. 1945-1947

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    pre-Republic shape 263 Sterling. 1945-1947

    Oh my... and it's a Peterson-lip.
    I'd sleep well with that one under my pillow!

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    I hear ya snowyowl, but I'd end up cleaning the sheets for it.
    The pipe is in fairly good condition, but the top of the bowl is a little rough. I refused to top it and just buffed and waxed it. It earned those scars....

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    My latest Peterson, The Donegal Rocky XL02

    “I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs.” - Albert Einstein
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    So I bought my Peterson despite their QC issues and I received it today. It's drilled well however the tenon is only about 1/3 of the length of the mortise. This is listed as a non filter pipe and there is no filter in there. I can probably fit half of a Savinelli balsa filter in there.

    Also I should note that this is the fricking tightest stem fit of any pipe I've ever owned. I can barely remove the stem.

    Who the hell makes pipes like these? I just don't get it. So this is my second Peterson and will probably be my last.

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    Ok so I dedicated that pipe to PS LTF and I've got to say despite it's flaws it smokes LTF very well.

    I did have some gurgling but I can deal with it. I'm curious to see what happens with that gap if the pipe goes sour. I'll be sure to clean the gap regularly.

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    Sometimes the changes in temperature and humidity can cause the stem to fit tight or loose. Stick it in the freezer for a few minutes and see if the stem is easier to remove afterward.

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    Thanks Anthony. I'll give it a shot.

    I don't get why the mortise is so much deeper than the tenon. It's almost like they were going to make it into a filter pipe but didn't.

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    Is it drilled as a system pipe?

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    Sold all my pipes several months ago but can't keep from getting new ones. This was found in a box of old neglected pipes. It was so corroded and nasty that I couldn't tell what is was. Turms out it is a prerepublic Peterson 1945-1947. Doesn't look too bad after a little restoring. Should be good for another 70 years or so. I'll pass it on to someone else who might take better care of it !! Hoppes

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    Wow nice find Hoppes. I wish I could find pipes like that in my collection.

    Anthony. Nope not a system pipe although my other older Peterson is.

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    Old and blurry...just like me.

    Carter Hall...when you care enough to burn the best.
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    So I measured the tenon and mortise. The Tenon is 3/8ths and the mortis is 9/8ths. So exactly 3 times the size leaving a 6/8ths inch gap.

    Does anyone know the length of a 9mm filter or have one they can measure? I assume it's longer than 6/8ths of an inch but I could be wrong.

    If I had bought this pipe from smokingpipes.com I would have returned it but since it's from Ireland I don't want to have to bother and I'll just take extra care to clean the gap.

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    If I had bought this pipe from smokingpipes.com I would have returned it but since it's from Ireland I don't want to have to bother and I'll just take extra care to clean the gap.

    It's no bother.

    Contact Yiorgos Manesis at James Fox/PipeDivan.com -- tell him I sent you -- and he will accept your pipe return: no questions asked.... such that it gets you off this thread: info@pipedivan.com

    Stop trying to compare yourself to a 9mm filter... size doesn't matter.

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    Late to the party, vis a vis -- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes four-pipe series, circa 2011 -- I managed to find a couple of them in my preferred configuration. That would be 9mm, Peterson-lip. I came across information on this Pete line through Jim Lilley's blog (the venerable Sandpiper):
    http://thepetersoncollector.blogspot.com/2011/08/adventures-of-sherlock-holmes-4-pipe.html

    These unsmoked beauties are around, by visiting the dark eBay... interior EU environs, where shipping out to the US requires a request and a browser that translates to English. So ask nicely; PayPal is the language.

    Trying not to be a bull/asshole/Trump in the china shop/NATO works well here.
    https://youtu.be/ecTuW_KU7YE
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    I have recently acquired two Adventures. The Sherlock Holmes Sylvius and Moran (top & bottom, respectively). Both names familiar to those with a knowledge of the works of Arthur Conan Doyle... or access to The Google.

    Great choice and use of the grain here by the folks at Peterson.



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    Some fine SH's there snowy. Am a fan of the SH line, though own only 1. Think the SH shapes are about the best out there.

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    [NORTH AMERICAN] PETERSON HUNTERS ALERT...
    Cruising around the interweb on this Friday evening, I grabbed a B61 Pete with a p-lip, that also takes a 9mm filter! Vulcanite stem and Sterling Silver, to boot... showing its heritage.
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    It was one of two available at SmokingPipes.com. A bit of an older shape: a unique shape to any Pete collector, I think. Did I mention it's a Peterson-lip job?!

    And there's another one. A nice get at a hundred bucks!
    https://www.smokingpipes.com/pipes/new/peterson/moreinfo.cfm?product_id=239112

    While I was there, added a few of the last tins of Brebbia Latakia Flake No.9.... containing that late-great Syrian Latakia.

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    Very nice snowyowl, that's a great hybrid shape!

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    Peterson Cork Series (circa 2000): high quality briar in a 68 shape, with 9mm acrylic fishtail stem; this is a hefty version of the more common 69 bent billiard.

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    What in the world is a System Pipe, 364? Is that a shape? A size? A grading? I am having very little luck finding much on it.

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    364 in old days was 3 rd quality.The same bowl today is 314 in Standard and premier quality.

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    Ah...thank you. Another one just to smoke, then. I can live with that.

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    Peterson's 2017 Pipe of the Year in smooth, rustic, sandblast & a special amber stem spigot edition.

    “Difficulties are what makes it honorable and interesting to be alive.” Florida Scott-Maxwell
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    That's a great collection, Drydock. Well done!

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    PSOI 2017 Pipe of the Year. Naked sandblasted XL90. (How can I post pictures directly from my phone?)

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    (How can I post pictures directly from my phone?)
    Try posting them to Imgur or another hosting sight, but not Photobucket. And then you hit the IMG on the reply window here, post the URL of the Image.

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    I was gifted this Peterson X61 P-Tip centennial. It was in rough shape but she cleaned up nicely!

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    Wow!! A lot of beautiful pipes.

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    That X61 is a real beauty

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    I'm a huge Peterson fan, I have 60 or so of them, here are the highlights.

    My Hinged Lids. I've added 2 since this photo.

    My Twain set. I just completed the bent set with a rusticated one. (not pictured)

    My green Twain set. 1 of 3 sets made.

    Silver Capped House Pipe

    2017 POSI group pipe

    Racing Green Silver Spigot

    I have several silver spigots, but no pictures.

    I also just acquired one of Jim Lilley's Hinged Lid pipes.


    So you say you can drink? Well, I'm from Wisconsin. Try to keep up.
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    @unkleyoda - some real beauties there! What is the POSI group?
    I'd like to see the Jim Lilly pipe as well, so keep us updated.

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    Carl (cwarmouth) recently restored this 1950 beauty for me:

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    @unkleyoda - some real beauties there! What is the POSI group?
    I'd like to see the Jim Lilly pipe as well, so keep us updated.

    Thanks.

    The PSOI group is The Pipe Smokers Of Ireland, it's a Facebook group. The last few years, Glen Whelan, who works for Peterson, has had a limited, numbered pipe, made for the group. Mine is 17 of 36. Fun group, lots of pictures and banter. Their 'mascot' if you will is Peterson Pipes, but you don't have to smoke Petes, or be Irish to be in it.

    As far as Jim's pipes, apparently Jim's son contacted Glen Whelan to help him sell some of Jim's collection. His son wanted people that knew Jim and would appreciate his pipes for what they are, instead of random pipe smokers at garage sales, to buy them. So, yesterday Glen posted 15 or so for sale, nothing super rare. The high lights were an X220 Hinged Lid, B42 Darwin Deluxe, a couple of Sherlock Holmes models, and then some random stuff. All were in supreme condition, but nothing super rare. Glen said, there are more to come, he will put them out slowly.

    This is the picture Glen sent me. When I get it, I'll polish it and take some pictures. I'll probably shoot my whole Peterson collection.

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    Mine is 17 of 36

    Sorry, my mistake, my pipe is number 16 of 35.

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    unkleyoda, am a huge Peterson fan myself. So appreciate the pipes you have, particularly would love to have the Mark Twain set, (though not in green ), and a bent billiard house pipe. Jim Lilly once had a huge collection of pipes. Wonder how many he retained after he gifted a # to Peterson.

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    Jim Lilly once had a huge collection of pipes. Wonder how many he retained after he gifted a # to Peterson.

    From what I know, he retained quite a few. I was 'Facebook friends' with him. I seem to recall he retained somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 or so. 17-20 came up for sale yesterday, apparently more to come in the months ahead. Glen said his son wanted to make sure that people that appreciated the history of them being Jim's pipes, were the ones to buy them.

    Now I hope that Peterson will do a Jim Lilley pipe.

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    This is my collection. I have a couple in a drawer, nothing major. All but a few are Peterson Pipes. I still have 2 coming in the mail, a Twain rusticated and the Jim Lilley X220 Hinged Lid.

    Thanks for letting me show them off here.










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    Good lord, there’s some stunning Pete’s in this thread.

    Nice collection yoda.

    Make aromatics great again.
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    Quite right, Dave, nice collection of Petes indeed.

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    Yoda- wow, nice collection
    Nice meer. A buddy of mine has one similar that is rusticated.
    I have a 1947-1949 Peterson system shape 307 and a 2003 pipe of the year from Peterson. I’ll post pics when back from vacation.

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    Nice collection yoda, so I'm guessing you like Petersons?

    Here's my latest:

    the backstory:
    here

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    Some great updates of late!

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    Nice collection yoda.

    Thanks!

    Yoda- wow, nice collection

    Thank you sir.

    Nice collection yoda, so I'm guessing you like Petersons?

    Thanks, just a bit.

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    My X220 Hinged Lid that belonged to Jim Lilley arrived in the mail today. It's an honor to own one of Jim's pipes. It will stay in my collection forever.

    Here it is with it's brothers and sisters.

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    I have one active. Peterson Roundstone 999 silver spigot.

    Smoking is one of the leading causes of all statistics.
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    Wow, love that X220, definitely a keeper!

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    Wow, love that X220, definitely a keeper!

    Thanks.

    It's pretty cool that it belonged to Jim. I hope, wherever he is, he's pleased to know that I will always treasure it.

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    First one, here are from left to rigth: A Kildare Xl90 , a Sterling Silver 69, a Donegl Rock 69 and a Kinsal XL13, wich is propably one of my favourit Bulldogs

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    Second one: beneath that you have my Peterson Sherlock Holmes Deerstalker, a Silver Spigot, a Rosslare Xl17 and my little Kapet bent Bulldog

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    And lastly my two System Standards and my two Deluxe. The Deluxe 4s is actualy my first Peterson Pipe I bougth, got it from a Store in Heidelberg where it had been sitting on a shelf for ages and finaly bougth it during a Sale for the princly sum of 75 Euro.

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    These are my two Petersons...an old kapet 221s which is approx 40 years old and new Donegal rocky XL90. I haven't smoked the XL90 yet but if it smokes anything like the 221s it should be a good smoker.

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