Roughly 76. One Meerschaum, one cob, three clays, one table pipe (briar), one gourd calabash and the rest briar. Mostly Savinelli, Comoy, GBD but also Castello, Charatan, Dunhill, Caminetto, Upshall, Larsen, Stanwell, Peterson, Sasieni, Schultes and etc.
Just took quick count of my usable pipes: 37 briar, 2 cob, 2 clay, 1 meer. I have a box in my closet that is home to probably a dozen or so pipes that are either missing stems, need a good cleaning/refurb, or that I will never use because I just dont generally like them.
About 30.....only 3 that might be considered for a black-tie event. The rest are "porch-dwellers". I do occasionally visit my local jrcigars store armed with a gift certificate. While ogling the high-end pipes, I compare the price-tags to the quantity of tins I could get. I always leave with tobacco.
Right now 14, 3 cobs the rest briar. I have stayed at that number for a good while as it made a good rotation but now I have started collecting old Garbows and have 2 more on the way. With all the meers listed in this thread it makes me want to get one to try. I guess it's true PAD is in full force.
I had to sell almost all of mine when I got poor, but I kept three: SMS straight Dublin meer, short straight Butz Choquin, and saucer bent Cristiano. I have since been given three more, a no-name Israeli briar, a ceramic full bent freehand weird shape and an MM cob; six total.