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    For months possibly a year this guy has been trying to sell Blatter pipes. I have followed them each new occasion they are listed. I have an interest in them because all except one are '2 red dots' same colour. This means a higher grade of pipe not an event in the company's history as they would be 2 different colours. I have not bid on them because I now have a strict moratorium on more pipe purchases. It just seemed to me that his inability to attract buyers at these prices for so long that this indicates over evaluation.

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    Here's a very interesting cased Loewe from circa 1902 with an "albatross" for reading that sold on eBay. Scroll down for the description.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/ENGLISH-EST...p2047675.l2557
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    Here's a very interesting cased Loewe from circa 1902 with an "albatross" for reading that sold on eBay. Scroll down for the description.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/ENGLISH-EST...p2047675.l2557
    What a very beautiful thing, Russ, with or without the albatross wing bone extension. The type of workmanship only the Victorians/early Edwardians could achieve. I'm not at all surprised by the hammer price.

    A note on albatross wing bones and pipes - I have read that they were prone to cracking and I wonder if those two black lines might represent the beginnings of such mischief??

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