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    PSU Member RP McMurphy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunstan Hillwell View Post
    You are most welcome. I'll look and ask around.

    Thank you sir, your very kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RP McMurphy View Post
    Thank you sir, your very kind!
    Don't mention it. I like people who like pipes. I'm going to write my pipe supplier tomorrow and in the course of my ramblings, I'll ask him if he has got any new ones. He buys second-hand pipes in large lots, so one or two might be among them.
    In tabaco veritas et fumo ergo sum
    (Masperius the Elder)

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    Beautiful pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunstan Hillwell View Post
    I am going to give this Meerschaum a good going-over, but I have never tried any restoring job on a Meerschaum before.
    How do I go about removing the scratches on the bowl..? Will it be okay to use micromesh pads..?
    The rest of the pipe will be no problem, but I'm insecure about the bowl and any good advice will be greatly appreciated.
    Beautiful pipe, Jesper!

    Btw, what are those hanging beauties ? Are these traditional in anyway's ?
    Best regards,
    Arvind.



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    They all nice indeed !
    I don't remember who said ''pipes are the only collectable items you can still use'' .. ?! ..

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