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    Thanks Simon...a UK based seller is ideal. I can get them to send it to my sister up in Kilmarnock who will keep it for me until I get over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklin Bill View Post
    Would you call this a squat? It smokes very well.

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    No idea Bill but it's nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    Thanks Simon...a UK based seller is ideal. I can get them to send it to my sister up in Kilmarnock who will keep it for me until I get over.
    You're more than welcome mate, let us know what you go for.
    I've got pipes of his in all ranges. Unless you go for a smooth, the difference in finish is negligible.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    You're more than welcome mate, let us know what you go for.
    I've got pipes of his in all ranges. Unless you go for a smooth, the difference in finish is negligible.
    They're so reasonably priced, which is ideal for me as I tend to knock them about a bit. I may even get a cutty as well as I like yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    They're so reasonably priced, which is ideal for me as I tend to knock them about a bit. I may even get a cutty as well as I like yours.
    You won't regret it, superb smokers his cuttys are!
    Here's some of my blakemars, my favourite cutty is a de-luxe. On the right, above the 'matador' Canadian.

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    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    I believe that GBD made a squashed bulldog in the pre-merger years that I liked. But,alas, I've started collecting British billiards.
    Here's the pipe. It's the GBD New Standard Bulldog 9240/1 D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    Here's the pipe. It's the GBD New Standard Bulldog 9240/1 D.

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    Nice pipe Russ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    Mike Billington, Blakemar Briars near Towcester. He's the sole owner/craftsman, took over from his uncle who used to make pipes for Sir Douglas Bader. I've got a load of his pipes & recommend them. You'll do well to find a better pipe, for the money. I'd treat yourself to one of his cuttys as well, my favourite from him.
    I have several Blakemar pipes and like them a lot. I will second this endorsement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    Mike Billington, Blakemar Briars near Towcester. He's the sole owner/craftsman, took over from his uncle who used to make pipes for Sir Douglas Bader. I've got a load of his pipes & recommend them. You'll do well to find a better pipe, for the money. I'd treat yourself to one of his cuttys as well, my favourite from him.
    .. .. gosh they beautiful pipes at reasonable price.. nice place !

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    I found this for you, Crawford .........go on have at it!

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