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My Brigham Collection

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by 421eme, Apr 9, 2013.

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  1. jdto

    jdto Active Member

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    Awesome collection. I sometimes kick myself for selling my Brighams :(
     
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  2. KingsTarantula

    KingsTarantula Active Member

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    That's a nice collection!
     
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  3. ruralhipster

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    Nice, I'm always on the lookout for a canadian made brigham in one of my 4 or 5 favorite shapes. No luck yet but one of these days ebay will come through for me.
     
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  4. 421eme

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    Which ones do you like?

    Seems my goto pipe in my Brigham's lately has been my Norseman Freestander VIP pipe - holds great, and I can always get a great smoke out of her. Just had a bowl tonight of Frog Morton Cellar - fantastic sitting on the porch!

    I'm always on the lookout for oddball Brigham's as well - especially the older "Made in Canada" varieties.

    All the best, Carl
     
  5. ruralhipster

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    As a clencher I like the traditional English shapes. Straight Bulldogs, billiards and lately I'm enjoying square-shanked billiards and apples. I got outbid on a 3dot partially rusticated bulldog last month. Like a lot of estate pipes lately I was surprised that a bid that would have comfortably bought the pipe with room to spare 3 years ago comes up 10-50% short now.
     
  6. 421eme

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    Tell me about it!

    I've been outbid on some Brigham's that went for crazy money by newish ebay bidders. I've placed what I think would be a reasonable bid for an estate, only to get outbid for some astronomical amount by a few crazy bidder's.

    Then you see some nice one's go for practically nothing! Go figure!

    Cheers, Carl
     
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