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Don Carlos Pipes

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by David, May 17, 2012.

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  1. David

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    It all started with a large dublin shaped One Note. Then later came the bent apple Two Note. Both are amazing smoking pipes and are lighter than what their size my indicate. The draw is excellent and the stem in nice and thin. I cant stand a real bulky stem and Bruto Sordini did an excellent job on these 2. Because of the size and shape variance they smoke different but excellent. I highly suggest grabbing one when you can. I am now on the hunt for the 3 Note. Below is the One Note Dublin followed by the Bent Apple 2Note

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  2. Vaquero

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    I really like the way these look, where did you pick them up at?
     
  3. Jeebs

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    Nice pipes...2 of my favorite shapes..
     
  4. Hudson

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    Handsome.
     
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    Nice, very nice
     
  6. David

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    Where most pipes come from...EBAY. hehe. The strange part is I got the one note from a seller and a few weeks later the same seller had the two note I was lucky enough to win.
     
  7. raf66

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    Sorry, I'm a little late to the party. Gorgeous pipes! I got an estate Don Carlos probably 15 years ago (it's nearly the straight Canadian brother of your bottom pic), and it's easily in my top two or three in my collection. They're VERY light, which I really like. I hope they smoke as good as they look.
     
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