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New Pipes In My Collection

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by atwageman, Sep 19, 2010.

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  1. atwageman

    atwageman Member

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    The pics arent the best, but I shot these on the fly.

    I purchased all these new/unsmoked within the last 2 weeks.

    Radice Magnum
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    Radice Christmas Pipe 2009 Limited Edition 16 Of 20
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    Dunhill Shell Briar 3203 2003
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    Mastro de Paga
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    Tonino Jacono "Special"
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  2. atwageman

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    Here is the rest....

    Tonino Jacono Freehand Queen E Checkmate
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    Ashton Pebble Grain
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  3. Rugbysh9

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    6 pipes is a lot to break in at one time...Please send me the 2 Radice's and the Ashton. I will take the time to break them in properly and build you a nice layer of cake. This way when I return them (lets say 8-12 months) they will be pefect smokers from day one for you... :whistle:
     
  4. atwageman

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    I miss counted...its 7 pipes. Sure I'll drop them in the mail in the morning. LOL :roflmao:
     
  5. Sasquatch

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    Wow. Too bad about all those straight pipes, but the freehand is sure a beauty.
     
  6. soundlzrd

    soundlzrd Active Member

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    Nice pick up. I had to slow. One pipe at a time. Once broken in, I can get another. Odd thing happend, I smoke more often now.
     
  7. atwageman

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    Yeah the pics of the freehand dont do it justice though.
     
  8. Dondi

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    Cool collection! It will be fun determining which types of blends will smoke best in which pipes.
     
  9. Sasquatch

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    I, uh, have a pretty good camera, if you, er, wanna send that pipe to me so I can smoke the hell out of it. Er, I mean, take some pictures of it for you.

    Yeah.
     
  10. SSGpiper

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    heh..I can see the conversation now

    Sas, you were just supposed to take pictures
    That's what I did
    Then were did this cake come from
    Darnedest thing, the briar is real sensitive on those pipes and caked up from the camera flash
     
  11. pottsy

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    That's quite a nice haul of pipes. I assume you are either unmarried, or you bought your significant other something that was QUITE nice.:flowers::roflmao:
     
  12. atwageman

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    Somebody on another forum said the same thing you said. This was my reply.....


    I have a great wife. Next month we will celebrate our 11th anniversary. My wife also enjoys, and apprciates the pipe hobby. She's like a kid in a candy store when visiting pipe shops. On many occasions she has bought me pipes for special occasions......she's got a good eye too, she knows what to look for and what to avoid. She doesnt smoke, she just knows what she's doing.

    YES she is a keeper. Jesus really blessed me when she came into my life.

    Being a kept man is great work if you can find it. Just kidding......lol I have it good, but not that good.
     
  13. pottsy

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    Haha, good for you man. I was actually teasing in my response. My ex-wife was not a keeper, for a lot of reasons. My current girlfriend however is thee exact opposite. We were at a friends house a few weeks ago, he has a pipe rack/humidor thing. She says "You should get something like that to hold your pipes, and maybe a few more pipes". I replied with "OK".:thumbsu:
     
  14. atwageman

    atwageman Member

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    Sounds like you got a good girl now.
     
  15. Falconeer

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    Hey somebody's been busy but what a nice collection amassed in a short time! Enjoy. My favourite's the Aston but they are all nice...exceedingly nice!

    Best

    Gerry
     
  16. atwageman

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    Thanks Gerry! Over the years Ive built up quite a collection. Close to 100 pipes overall. Not all of them I smoke, some I just got to collect.
     
  17. SSGpiper

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    really like the freehands..beautiful pipes
     
  18. atwageman

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    Just scored this nice Ferndown a few minutes ago on ebay. I wanted another canadian for the rotation.

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  19. GlassEye

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    Beutiful pipes. Looks as if you have had a nice couple of weeks.
     
  20. Tas Gunsmith

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    Love the Mastro and Tonino. I want to make a freehand and that looks like a really nice shape.
    You will of course now have to photograph everything you have and post pics for us sickos

    Cheers.
     
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