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hmhaines

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I love that! The spigot/army-mount Rhodesians and Bulldogs are awesome. Great pipe!

 

gloucesterman

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jpmcwjr, the 150 is regularly made in both the Army and Spigot. Here's a link http://www.ebay.com/itm/Peterson-Spigot-Red-Spray-150-Tobacco-Pipe-PLIP-/182263013131?hash=item2a6fb8df0b:g:VZMAAOSwFdtXxxtD

I like this one because it short and will fit into the pocket of my fishing shirt with nothing sticking to catch on things.

 

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g-man,
I believe below is the image of the Pete you referred to above. It's also a beauty. My question was along the lines of wondering what your pipe would look like with a longer stem. I reckon out of balance, as there's bound to be some relationship between the length of the shaft and the stem. (or should be!)


 

gloucesterman

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Spigots(silver on both stem and shank) are always quite a bit more than Army mounts ( silver on the shank only). Peterson seems to price their specialty pipes (limited production lines) a bit higher than the same pipe in their regular lines. As an example a 150 in a regularly produced line runs between $100 to $150,depending on grade. The same 150 in an army mount starts at about $150 (some exceptions). The Spigot 150 will start at $250 +. I think its more the rarity of the pipe that drives their pricing not the length.

 
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