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    My Little Danish Pipe Box

    After buying two Danish pipes, came across a wonderful site. Had a 'bit of a wobble' & bought three more.

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    From L-R, a prince amled, a winston & a very old George Jensen (unsmoked)
    Aren't the Danes great? Even their stamps are quirky & different!
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    After buying two Danish pipes, came across a wonderful site. Had a 'bit of a wobble' & bought three more.

    image.jpg

    From L-R, a prince amled, a winston & a very old George Jensen (unsmoked)
    Aren't the Danes great? Even their stamps are quirky & different!
    What Ho Old Chap! great pick up's love the GJ!

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    Thankyou ally, dear boy! The GJs a cracker, hangs effortlessly from the old mush! Don't really go for bent pipes, but love this one.
    Sort of like a Danish boomerang.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Terrific old-school type Danish pipes, I'd say. Congrats, Simon!
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    What a Find..! Three beauties. Congratulations, Simon.
    I too have a fondness for these old-school Danish pipes and I have a Prince Amled Art Line 4170 that looks a bit like your Georg Jensen.

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    What beautiful pipes. I've just picked up two PipeDan chimneys as well. They look great but it is unusual to have bowls that are so narrow.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockbass View Post
    The odds are "stacked" in your favor.
    Very good Thomas! Witty & whimsical! Lol
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by achtman View Post
    What beautiful pipes. I've just picked up two PipeDan chimneys as well. They look great but it is unusual to have bowls that are so narrow.

    Mark
    Good show! Look forward to seeing them. The first pipes I had with these narrow & tall bowls, were the F&T stacks.
    Fell in love with them straight away. Try a nice strong flake or a plug in them & see if you get the same impression.
    A slightly more intense & flavoursome smoke is what I get.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Can you see the shape # on the Jensen. Shape 71 or 76 maybe. I believe it was the shape that Jensen preferred himself. I met his son at Victory Cigar when they were doing a promotion and to;d me the shape # and it looked a lot like that.
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