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scottyb

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Nothing special after 3 weeks, but they give me a rotation until I can upgrade. Top is my first. Dr G. Next is another Dr G I got off the bay. The bottom is a Kaywoodie I thought was cool looking. Sorry for the crappy cell pic.

 

mluyckx

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Dec 5, 2011
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Congrats ! That's a nicer starter set than I had, so very good job there.
Enjoy the road ahead :puffpipe:

 

gwynclan

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Jan 18, 2012
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Is that captain black I see. :wink:

great Scott those are rather tall bowls, good show

Cheers

 

spartan

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Aug 14, 2011
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I really like the last pipe with the rectangular bowl. Really shows of the grain nicely. Good starter set for sure!

 

chispa

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Here's one that looks like it would compliment the style of your collection.

 

ejames

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Oct 6, 2009
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A great start, I'm digging that Kaywoodie in the middle!
Ain't no woodie Al! That's a Grabow shape 39.looks like a Viscount.Stem logo does look like the Kaywoodie logo though in that pic.
Scottyb,is the top pipe a Duke?
All three very nice,really like the shape of that Kaywoodie!

 

sherlock

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Aug 21, 2011
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A very nice collection. Now in 6 months that will probably quadruple from a rare but expensive disorder. 8O

 

scottyb

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Feb 6, 2012
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Top one is a duke and the middle is a viscount. The bottom is a kaywoodie hi-bowl. Thanks for the compliments!

 

withnail

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Oct 30, 2011
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That looks like a great and sensible start to pipe smoking. A rotation is important, but you don't need to go mad - of course you may want to go mad once the PAD takes hold!
I'd suggest adding a corn cob from MM as a cheap way of adding another pipe to your growing collection.

 

seakayak

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...and so it begins. Treat them well and you'll still be loving these pipes 40 years hence.

 

baronsamedi

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May 4, 2011
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Yep. I just went back to my first pipe about a week or so ago. It is a no-name English estate pipe in a plain billiard shape. I was surprised at how well it smoked! Better than I remember! Then I remembered I've gotten a lot better at smoking my pipes since then. Time flies! I plan to go back to my good old pipe more often.
I love that Kaywoodie Square pipe and always wondered if anyone had one!

 
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