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fishnbanjo

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PostSubject: A pre-1936 Kaywoodie    Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:26 am

Yesterday was my ivIG infusion day and the Pink Cloud had me hard.
I only managed a few pipes and this pre-1936 Kaywoodie narrow Dublin made with Grecian briar was one I kept smokey with the last of the Orlik Golden Sliced tin.
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PostSubject: Re: A pre-1936 Kaywoodie    Fri Sep 01, 2017 1:56 pm

Banjo,
Your Kaywoodie is a beauty!!

I'm a BIG KB&B fan, you can't go wrong with any pre-1955 Kaywoodie or Yello-Bole pipe. Excellent briar was used on all....even what was known as seconds in the making of Yello-Bole pipes.

The other day when I was lucky enough to meet a member of the BoB in person and enjoyed a pipe full and coffee together, what pipe do you think I fired up??? scratch scratch

My original Yello-Bole Pug that I purchased in 1969. It's the pipe I restored and posted a few pictures a while back. The briar was getting to look a bit beat. So, a light sanding and black leather dye and two coats of a high heat epoxy resin made it look great. Still a wonderful smoker!!



KEEP ON PUFFING!!!
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