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good info on the military mount and use of silver. I like a nice decorative silver band on the shank.
Nice interview with Rachel Campbell. There are a number of lady pipe smokers and the group is becoming more noticeable at shows. Sorry, just can’t get into aromatics, but each to their own. [...]
Hope you had your fill of turkey and at least one good pipe!
GBD pipes - once had an extensive collection. Smokers Haven in Columbus was one of their best distributors. Good pipes if you get the old ones. They were one of the first pipes with Lucite stems.
Abe Herbaugh - If [...]
I had heard of the fake Dunhill pipes, but have not seen one. One of the Emperor Leopaldo stories revolves around ‘fake’ pipes.
Mike Sull - great penman and pipe smoker. Like Mike, I started smoking a pipe in 1967. I haven’t tried any alternate woods. I saw Mike’s little piece on [...]
Pipe Cleaners - for 44 years primarily used Dills. Prices gone from 25 cents to almost $2 per package. Likewise, I use 2 or 3 per bowl.
Jason Bard & pipe restoration - good topic. They were next to Bill and I at CORPS, along the wall. They had some very nice pipes. [...]
A bit late in posting the podcast tonight, Kevin must have enjoyed dinner.
Nice discussion on the English, Scottish, and Balkan tobaccos.
Trevor has been making good pipes for a long time. I have always envied his HP Lovecraft based pipes. One of his pipes is featured in a Emperor Leopaldo story.
Bach? Thought Danse Macabre [...]