Super Value Buttered Rum tobacco in my Yello-Bole Spartan. It's a large-bowled pipe, square on the outside, round on the inside. It's brylon. It has a barbell stinger. The stem and bit are made of that comfortable-in-a-clench drug store pipe material that yields in a clench but don't get get marred by teeth marks under usual pressure. This pipe is a winner in ever one of its selling points. If you are turned off by brylon, by a stinger, or by a bit that is made of a plastic you can't name, this pipe won't be for you. You are a churl. For me, though, no offense, this pipe delivers a dream of a smoke. I don't know why I take these photos on the WSJ editorial and letters page, except that's when I think of doing it.
I can't get a good picture of the stamping on the stummel but it's written in what we in the typography field call Greek letters. I am sure @SidStavros
would disagree that the letters are really Greek, but I am also sure he understands----who wants subtitles on a pipe stem?