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Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Direwolf, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. Direwolf

    Direwolf Member

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    Stopped in a small antique store today to look around for razors. Wasn't successful on that but I was able to pick up a couple pipes and an old Japanese switchblade.
    The brair is a Kaywoodie that I can't find any information on. The cobs are a Mild n Mellow , and Jovin L Cobb? I was able to get out of the store with pipes and blade for $30

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  2. Bob K

    Bob K Member

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    I'd say "SCORE!!!!" Old switch blades make great letter openers. Trust me.
     
  3. JescoWhite

    JescoWhite Member

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    The mild and mellow is a great looking cob. Nice find!
     
  4. Direwolf

    Direwolf Member

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    Both cobs are unsmoked and the Kaywoodie looks minimally smoked.
     
  5. DGErwin11

    DGErwin11 Moderator Moderator

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    The other one is an Irving S Cobb. The company that made them was acquired by MM many moons ago.
     
  6. Pschoppy48

    Pschoppy48 Member

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    Great find on those pipes!
     
  7. davidmackv

    davidmackv Active Member

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    What is that on the left side of the bowl of the briar? Is it a scratch, crack or just the wood?
     
  8. Direwolf

    Direwolf Member

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    Its a scratch there is a little one right above it too
     
  9. davidmackv

    davidmackv Active Member

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    Oh well scratches are no big deal. Nice cobs.
     
  10. Coda

    Coda Well-Known Member

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    I would say that was "pipe mojo"...its what makes that pipe unique...
     
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