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    I recently bought a collection of clay pipes dating back as early as the 1600's, thought some of you might like to see a couple pics.


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    Thanks for posting the pic. Alot of history there. Your very fortunate to have such a collection.

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    Just brilliant! I'm a huge fan of clays, and super jealous right now. Well done!!
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    Thanks guys.
    I had some problems getting the other pics to post, but heres the other display case, they're supposed to be arriving today !
    As much as I hate to, most of the collection will be broken up with just a few pieces staying with me.



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    That's one incredible collection you scored there, Ryan. You planning on opening up your own museum?

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    Seems strange to break up the collection, but I guess you have your reasons.

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    It is a shame to break the collection. Of course I'd be doing the same... Breaking it up into the virginia, English and burley smokers. That is my weakness right there, I'd have to smoke them, the opportunity to smoke a 300 year old pipe would be too much for me to resist.
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    Simply outstanding collection! Thanks for sharing the pics with us.
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