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Thread: JOHN COTTON No. 47 7 Frederick St Edinburgh Scotland

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    I'm tipping my hat to your sleuthing skills, Dave. That's some damn fine detective work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    I'm tipping my hat to your sleuthing skills, Dave. That's some damn fine detective work.
    I owe it to Ally for initially showing me the resource.

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    Okay, 7 Frederick Street is last shown in 1935-36, by 1936-37 100 Princes Street is what is shown.

    http://www.mocavo.co.uk/Edinburgh-an...49943/858#1274

    http://www.mocavo.co.uk/Edinburgh-an...owse=true#1279

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    Talk about a blast from the past, I just found this pipe in the same box as the Brakner. I'd been wondering where this pipe disappeared to! It was cleaned and "put away". Giving it a smoke right now.

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    Another blast from the past purchased shortly after you picked up the John Cotton...




    Despite the fact that it has sat around in a box forever, I love this pipe and I'm really looking forward to restoring it. The grain is fantastic and the construction is precise and solid. A truly triple-A piece. It's on the "to-do" shortlist, but that list isn't very short anymore. I guess I need to make a "to-do" shorterlist.
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    I remember that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcmtk View Post
    I remember that one!
    You should. It was all your fault!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    You should. It was all your fault!

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