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Don Carlos Rusticated Dublin

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Xecutech, Feb 18, 2012.

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  1. Xecutech

    Xecutech Member

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    Here is my newest estate pipe. It was in new condition, no teeth marks and the bowl was clean. It came with the bag and original box.

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    I will add more pics later.
     
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  2. Lestrade

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    Great choice. Congrats and enjoy!
     
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  3. Sasquatch

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    Very nice. Love DC's rustication - it's like the old Sea Rock Castellos.
     
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  4. Beefcube

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    That is incredible !
    Like the red notes in it and around the band.
     
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  5. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Gorgeous! I've admired DC's for a while now.

    Enjoy!
     
  6. Dondi

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    Cool! Very nice stem transition. I hear Dublins handle flakes really well because of their cone-shaped chamber. Am eagerly awaiting my own first Dublin to see if that's true!
     
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  7. Jeebs

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    Nice pipe........ does it play music......... if so, how many notes......
     
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    Very nice indeed!!!!
     
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  9. Xecutech

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    Thanks for the replies. I am going to get some better pics, as this one doesn't do it justice. That rustification is so deep, you could fall into it.
    Smokes great, and it burns everything to ash all the way to the bottom of the bowl. Hardly any relights needed. One of the BEST smoking pipes that I have had the pleasure to smoke.
    I guess you can tell I like it. :)
     
  10. Spaceboy Tim

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    That's a great pipe. I saw you video of it and it looked really good there. I also had a chuckle about your comment about what your wife thinks you were doing :)
     
  11. Xecutech

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    Yeah, it looks way better in the video. Do you have a YouTube channel? I wonder who else on this forum does pipe videos.
     
  12. Capt

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    If I didn't read the title, that's what I would've thought it was. Same stem mark and everything. Nice piece.
     
  13. nitehawk

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    Beautiful pipe, it looks brand new.
     
  14. Steve Dennis

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    Great looking pipe!
     
  15. Xecutech

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    I was told it had not been smoked. I thought it was a brand new pipe when I picked it up off the shelf. If the sales guy hadn't told me it was an estate pipe, I would have never known.
     
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