There are two things that in combination are sure to result in mischief: Me walking through a row of antique shops, and me armed with a debit card when I do so. I went to eat lunch at a local Tais restaraunt (I had Phad Tai, BTW) and on the way back I walked past an antique/estate shop that has been opened for almost two months. I walk in the joint, looking for mounted wall cabinets that I can use to hold tinned tobacco. Tell the lady what I'm looking for, and she pulls out this hanging pipe rack/cabinet with an image of Sherlock Holmes smoking a calabash pipe etched in the glass - only wants $42 for it, so I'll probably be back for that. Anyhow, it contains about 10 pipes - two of which I recognize as Peterson System Pipes. One is a System Standard XL307 and the other appears to be a System #309, it also appears to be a second and is simply stamped Irish Bents. The XL307 has a walnut finish, and the Irish Bent has the same finish as the St. Paddy series. I got them both for a total of $54USD. Shee-wing!!! Both need a good buffing up, and the stems have oxydized to a dark brown. Both bands (sterling on the XL307 and nickle on the Irish Bent) need polishing. But, hot damn, I've finally hit that fabled antique store "deal of the ages" that I always read about here on PSF. I'll post pictures if I ever get a camera.