Your favorite and/or most sentimental pipe

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Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:44 am

The Meerschaum my wife gave me as a wedding present
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Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:26 am

I’d say it’s my Peterson Dracula 106 my wife got it for me right after my diagnosis
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I have three that we're my grandad's pipes. All of them are great smokers. He was kind of an ass, but a hard man and a great bunch of stories. I love those pipes. A BC prince, a Dr G Royalton, and a Stanwell Brass Band Dublin (which spurred me to attempt to collect all the rusticated Brass Band pipes).

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I also have a Turkish meer that a buddy bought while stationed in Turkey, and later gave to me. The pipe is nothing special, but my dad scrimshawed an Eagle, Globe, and Anchor on it. Not his best work, as he's getting old and shaky, but at the time it was the only artwork of his that I owned. We are both old Marines, so it is definitely sentimental.

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3rd and 7th Falcons from the left were a matched set I received from a favorite Pipe Smoking Uncle for my High School Graduation near 50 years past.

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Tue Feb 19, 2019 8:47 pm

racinghoss wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:03 pm
I also have a Turkish meer that a buddy bought while stationed in Turkey, and later gave to me. The pipe is nothing special, but my dad scrimshawed an Eagle, Globe, and Anchor on it. Not his best work, as he's getting old and shaky, but at the time it was the only artwork of his that I owned. We are both old Marines, so it is definitely sentimental.

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That’s a beautiful pipe my dad was also a marine
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