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(5) Old Tobacco Pipes
Item #1731
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The picture shows all (5) Old Tobacco Pipes in this lot. The first one has no makers name but bears a mark. It is an "I" inside a circle. The second one is a corn cob pipe. It has an unused bowl but the stem bears teeth marks. It is inuarked. The third one is marked "DUKE - DR.GRABOW - IMPORTED BRIAR". It also has a blue spade on the side. Next is another corn cob pipe. This one has a paper label on the bottom. Most of the label can be read. It reads "MISSOURI MEERSCHA??? - ORIGINAL CORN COB - MADE IN U.S.A. - WASHINGTON". The final one is marked "CROWN DUKE - DR.GRABOW - IMPORTED BRIAR". It also has a blue spade on the side. They are not dated but are believed to be from the 1940's to the 1960's. To judge the sizes the bottom one pictured measures 6" long. They all appear to be in used but excellent condition.

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(5) Old Tobacco Pipes

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