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Birth Year Pipe

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Austin, Dec 3, 2013.

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  1. SteveNH

    SteveNH Active Member

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    Thank jpberg.......now looking for a 1958 Peterson Pipe of the Year!
     
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  2. JohnG

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    Hey,wiseguy...:old:. I was gifted a 1951 Kaywoodie drinkless from Coastie when I first joined the forum....not sure if it was by accident, or based on my info, but that's my birth year... that pipe is definitely special for that reason.
     
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  3. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    1958? Are you sure fire had been invented by then?
     
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  4. beaupipe

    beaupipe Active Member

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    I have a birth-year clay pipe that was discovered at an archaeological dig in central England. At least I think it's from my birth year. Can we trust carbon dating?
     
  5. Fr Tom

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    I have a Kaywoodie I may just decide is a "birth year" pipe. It is close anyway.
     
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