Besides traditional archery as a hobby, I am also a pipe smoker and collector. I’ve been smoking a pipe since the late 60’s, after I gave up cigarettes. I think I’ve collected and smoked just about every style of pipe over the decades… from “Sherlock Holmes” calabashes, Meerschaums imported from Turkey to good ol’ fashioned corn cobs made in the USA.
Recently, I’ve gone through my collection of estate pipes to thin them out a bit and of course… to make room for more!
The first pipe for sale is a GBD Virgin Briar, made in the mid 60’s to early 70’s. The model is 335 which is stamped on the bowl and made in London, England. The bowl is apple shaped with no sand spots or fills in the briar. It has a polished nickel silver band with only one tiny bite mark on the stem. I clean and sanitize each pipe. The size is as follows: 5 1/2″ long, 7/8″ chamber, 1 1/2″ bowl height.
This GBD is priced at $50 plus shipping.
*SOLD*The second pipe for sale is a Comoy’s Specimen Straight Grain with Aftermarket Silver Band. The model is 434 which is stamped on the bowl. Made in London, England between the 1950-60’s. It’s a billiard shape bowl pipe with a nickel silver band. It has been cleaned and sanitized. The size is as follows: 5 1/2″ long, 7/8″ chamber, 1 3/4″ bowl height.
*SOLD*This Comoy’s Specimen Straight Grain is priced at $60 plus shipping.