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From: ????????????????????????
Subject: Pipes Digest #278 -- November 3, 2001

		Pipes Digest #278 -- November 3, 2001
   Copyright (C) 2001 by Stephen P. Masticola. All rights reserved.
	       Commercial use of any part of contents,
	      including email addresses, is prohibited.

		     Circulation this issue: 3538

Welcome to new members:

	Thomas F. Noonan
	William Roberts
	Richard G. Gray
	Jose Maria
	Pete Clark
	William R. Evans
	Charles Harris
	Scott Hoogerhyde
	Anthony Cole
	Anthony Cole
	Edward John Bradshaw
	S. William Schulz
	Paul Mcrorie
	Filip Coppieters
	Chad Margana
	Rodney J Carter
	Nathan Zimmerman
	Clive Anthony Brades
	Kevin Allen Walker
	Mike Beaudry
	Jeff Forrester
	Steve Swanson
	Fevzi Yasin
	Bruce Schneider
	Jason Persinger
	Sergey A. Revin
	Brian Y. Scott
	Randy D. Hix
	Wally Wiener
	Keith Longley
	Juan Garcia
	Bob Doney
	Ahmet Haluk Yuksel
	Pete Mckechnie
	John Mcelhaney
	Rob Dittrich
	Dennis Stephens
	Joel Rothbart
	Gonzalo Torres
	Paul Johnson
	Mike Stafford
	Ste'phane Ne'lissen
	Jiri Krechl
	Jeff Bakre
	Chuck Carter
	Vincent Tsai
	Chris League
	Shawn Legrand
	Christopher Burt
	Edward L Cook
	Stanley Curtis Coy
	Istvan Denezsi
	Bob Laberge
	John Thomas
	Jerry Swindle Jr.
	Rick Osborn
	Todd Vanselus
	Ozy Armo
	Gonzalo Medina
	Steve Horn
	Brian D King
	Geoff Simmons
	Adam Bates
	Aziz Zahmatkesh
	Chance Kim
	Ted Weidner
	George S. Shoulars
	Michael D. Turashoff
	Neil E. Burke
	Andrea Vecchiato
	Andrew Crook
	Julio Garcia
	Clark Smith
	Ira Strickstein
	Gary Smith
	Joel Stumbaugh
	Michael C. Bussacco
	Sherburne C. Brown

[CHARITY] If the last month and a half have failed to impress the
world that pipe smokers are a charitable bunch, then it's only because
there has been other news in the headlines.  To all who have mounted a
charitable effort or given to one, many thanks.

Boaz Rahat's letter in Digest #276, about the prospects for a peaceful
moment in Jerusalem was a bit prophetic for the USA, it seems.  Still,
where and while you can, please

			Smoke in peace,
			~\U Steve.

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	    Help Stop Prohibition  --  Keep Tobacco Legal

		      Call  --  Write  --  Vote

			Then, smoke in peace.

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From: "Craig C. Tarler" <???????????>
Subject: Tribute project


Thought you would like to know how we're doing with Tribute. We're very
pleased with the response. Here's an update as of 10/28:

2,710 tins of Tribute have been shipped and billed at the end of the
first full month of this effort. This equates to $27,100 for the
Families of Freedom Scholarship Program. We sold 193 tins at the
C.O.R.P.S. Show in Richmond two weeks ago and 200 tins have been
shipping to the Kansas City Club for their show this coming weekend
(Nov. 3 & 4).

Orders are still coming in, but slowly! We will be continuing this
effort until December 1 and hope that you will continue to participate
also. Our goal is 5,000 tins ($50,000) as a pipesmokers legacy.

We are pleased that reviews of the blend have been uniformly
enthusiastic. The tobacco will only get better with aging. We have met
some resistance from people who say it "isn't my kind of blend."
Really, it's the thought that counts! We encourage you to spread the
word among your pipesmoking friends; add to your stash; and consider
giving tins as Christmas presents.

We are sincerely grateful for your response to date and hope that you
will help to put this drive over the top.

Greg, Craig & Patty

BE SURE TO SEE "TRIBUTE" at http://www.cornellanddiehl.com/tribute.htm

http://CornellandDiehl.com for Cornell & Diehl tobaccos
http://glpease.com for G.L. Pease Blends
Last update: September 22, 2001

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From: "M. Feldman" <?????????????????>
Subject: TOBACCO  blend for wtc relief

This message is not to copy your message from Craig and Gregory ,but to
let you and your readers to know that at the Richmond show Iwill be
offering our blend known ads NEW YORK -NEW YORK will be offered for
total proceeds as long as wanted by all smokers as a permentent donation
to the WTC disaster.This is a 4+ year tinned English tobacco in 50 and
100 GRAM TINS.When the tins are sold,it will be available in 2
oz.4oz.,8oz. and 16 oz. bulk quanties.Intrested smokers can contact us
at THE SMOKER LTD. PO.Box #3036 ,Albany,N.Y.12203 or (518)462-1302)

Thank you and God Bless,
Mel and Michael Feldman (The Smoker ltd.)

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From: "Lott, Tim" <?????????????????????????>
Subject: RE: Pipes Digest #277 -- September 19, 2001


What is the status of Jim Cooke?  Did he have surgery?  Has he recovered?
Does he still make pipes?  New Location?  I'd appreciate knowing how he's



[Tim, I don't know. I forwarded your question to Chuck Stanion, since
he's likely to know, but I haven't heard from him either. -S.]

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From: Gary Malmberg <???????????????????????>
Subject: Northern California Pipe Show III

>From the Organizers of the
Northern California
Pipe Show III

Greetings Pipe Smokers!

As you know, the Northern California pipe show will be November 10.

We expect this show to be bigger and more exciting than shows I and II.  We
hope you'll attend!

We have room for plenty of tables, so it is by no means too late to reserve
one if you've been thinking you'd like to be represented as a dealer or
trader or displayer at the only pipe show on the Western

For details and directions to get to the show, see the show announcement

Could you take a moment to let us know if you plan to take a table?  It
would help us arrange
the space and assure you a truly effective pipe show.

And please forward this message to your friends!



The Fresno Pipe Club, the Sacramento Pipe Collectors' Assembly and the
Peninsula Pipe Club jointly announce the
Join other pipe smokers, private collectors, estate pipe dealers, smoke shop
retailers and manufacturers' reps. Bring pipes for appraisal or to trade or
sell.  Come to relax, share and enjoy.
SACRAMENTO Saturday  November 10, 2001
11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

LOCATION:      CLARKLIFT TEAM POWER (Training Room)     8111Fruitridge Road

TABLE RATES      Half Size (18" x 60") $15      Full Size (36" x 60") $25


Gary Malmberg     (Days) 916.442.6027      (Evenings) 916.929.8965
    Mike Edborg ?????????????????

GETTING THERE                 The show will be at the Clarklift Team Power
forklift dealership southeast of downtown Sacramento.  Clarklift is at 8111
Fruitridge just east of Power  Inn Road.  Find your way to the Power Inn
Road exit off Highway 50 east of downtown Sacramento.  Go south 2 miles to
Fruitridge, turn left, and watch for the Clarklift Team Power parking  lot
on your left.


>From the east on Hwy 50, the exit is 2 miles after the Watt exit.
>From the northeast on I-80, take Business 80 toward downtown.  Go east on
Hwy 50 toward South Lake Tahoe.
>From the north on I-5, head for downtown, then go east on Hwy 50 toward
South Lake Tahoe.
>From the west on I-80, stay on I-80 to Sacramento and on Hwy 50 toward South
Lake Tahoe.
>From the south on either I-50 or Hwy 99, turn east on Hwy 50 toward South
Lake Tahoe. 

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From: Gary Malmberg <???????????????????????>

The fourth semi-annual Northern California Pipe Show will take place on
Saturday, June 8, 2002, from 11:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. in the training room of
the Clarklift Team Power forklift dealership at 8111 Fruitridge Road,
Sacramento. The show, co-sponsored by the Sacramento Pipe Collectors'
Assembly and the Fresno and Peninsula Pipe Clubs, will be free and open to
the public and will feature tables displaying smoking pipes (new, old and
antique), tobacco and accessories.

Pipe smoking enthusiasts are welcome to come and enjoy the displays and the
camaraderie.  Tables have been rented by collectors, smokeshops,
distributors and estate pipe dealers.  Tables are available for rent by
anyone who wishes to display, sell, buy or trade pipesmoking related items.

Gary Malmberg

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From: ???????????????
Subject: posting from pipes page

The Milwaukee Area Pipe Society-MAPS is please to announce its 2nd
Annual Pipe Show/Swap.  It will be held Saturday, July 27, 2002 from
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Pistol Pete's Neightborhood Grill, 16755
Lisbon Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin.  Display/Sales tables are $30.00.
There will be Friday evening Welcome Reception at Jack's Tobacco and
M.C.S. at 13640 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield, Wisconsin from 8:00
p.m. to 11:00 p.m.  Everyone is welcome.  For complete information,
contact the Milwaukee Area Pipe Society, Bob Schrap, Show Chairman,
P.O. Box 174, Elm Grove, WI 53122-0174 or call at 414-771-6472 of
e-mail at ???????????????

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From: ???????????????
Subject: Re: Your Pipes Digest subscription request


Thanks for the attachement, great source of information.
Could you please udpate the listing for our Memphis Pipe Club under your 
CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS, etc. listing.  It appears that you have an outdated 
listing.  The new info will remain even if club members change,

New Listing:       (MAPS) Memphis Area Pipe Smokers
                         Memphis, TN
                         e-mail:  ?????????????????
                         website: www.pipeclub.org
Bob Doney

[Done, and thanks for the update! -S.]

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From: ????????????????????
Subject: posting from pipes page

Hi, Steve and all pipe smoking friends! Unfortunately I have to notify
you all that the site of First Bulgarian Pipe Club has moved. Under
the restriction of Homestead services now we are to find at
www.fbpclub.homestead.com/home.html.  Steve, would you be so kind to
change the web address in your list?  Thanks in advance!

Georgi from GETZpipes

[ Done, Georgi. Thanks! -S.]

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From: ????????????????
Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #277 -- September 19, 2001

Dear Steve;  Just a couple of quick notes.  One is that Sherlock's Haven does 
have tins of Greg Pease's "Tribute" tobacco available, in limited amounts, to 
those that live in the S.F. area and can come in to get it.  It's truly a 
non-profit venture for all concerned, (I'm 100% positive it's a loss for 
Sherlock's) so it doesn't matter where it is purchased as far as price goes.
     Two is that I'd like you to announce, if it's possible, that on Nov. 2nd 
& 3rd, Sherlock's will have it's annual Bjarne Nielsen pipe show and sale.  
People can come in and meet Bjarne and receive 20% off any Bjarne pipe during 
those two days.  As this will be his very first stop on the continent, the 
selection will be exceptional. Tel. 415-362=1405 for more info.
     Thank you
Marty Pulvers

[Sorry, Marty, this is going to go out just a bit too late for the
announcement! Sorry for the erratic publication schedule, and I hope
the show was/is a success for you. -S.]

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From: Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>
Subject: pyrolytic pipes web site update

Hi, Steve and my pipe smoking/collecting friends!

Just to bring you all up to date on some changes in my web site:
The *Welcome* page to the site has been prettied up a bit and revised to 
provide a direct link to the *Duplicate Pipes for Sale or Trade page*. I 
hope that those of you who have book-marked that page separately will now 
find it more convenient to always enter the site through the welcome page 
so my visitor count will be more accurate. There is also a direct link to 
the page for ordering my little book about pyrolytic graphite pipes. Also 
newly added is a *Site Map* to make it easier to find things on the site. 
This was brought about by someone who asked about my favorite tobacco 
because he had seen it on the site and couldn't find the mention again. The 
search function is primitive, but I think it will work. All suggestions for 
improvements will gratefully received. (Anyone suggesting a searchable 
database must be prepared to provide instruction on how to accomplish it!)

You may want to revisit the *Collection Overview* page; it is now a slide 
show of the major different type of pipes made by Venturi, Inc. Be sure you 
have your browser maximized, automatic image loading, and JavaScript 
enabled to get the full impact of this improvement. I hope you like it. Let 
me know what you think!

There is a newly revised *How to Clean "the pipe"* page and some minor 
revisions to the *Anatomy of a "the pipe"* page. I made these changes in 
response to a couple of folks who damaged their pipes while trying to clean 
them. I took it for granted that folks knew the proper technique for 
separating the mouthpiece from the shank - I was wrong.

Also newly revised is the *How to Value "the pipe"* page. Recent auctions 
on eBay and the increasing number of collectors have driven the prices of 
these pipes higher. In addition, Mark Beale's Pipethoughts in the 
Winter-Summer, 2001 _The Pipe Smoker's Ephemeris_ brought some additional 
important factors in evaluating used pipes to my attention. The new page 
tends to place a higher value on common pipes than they deserve, but, as 
always, desire for the pipe must be the first and paramount consideration. 
(I hope you wouldn't bother to vet a pipe in which you have no real interest.)

The collection has grown to 206 pipes and I have sold, traded, or given 
away 103 duplicate pipes. There are still about 89 color/shape combinations 
that I need to achieve my goal of having an example of every color/shape 
combination that Venturi, Inc. made between 1965 and 1974. If you have a 
"the pipe" (THE SMOKE and Venturi collections are complete) that you no 
longer want, please get in touch. I am especially anxious to get my hands 
on a Tan pipe as I have not yet even seen one, much less have one in the 
collection. The same is the case with the Maroon color. I know they existed 
only from literature enclosed with some pipes in the collection. Also of 
great interest to me would be an original box labeled Burnt Orange with its 
pipe enclosed since there is a problem with that color as far as the 
difference, if any, between it and just Orange.

My little book _"the pipe": Manufacturing and Marketing Pyrolytic Graphite 
Pipes from Development to Demise_ is selling the occasional copy and I 
would be pleased to send one to anyone who cares to visit the web site and 
order it for a mere ten bucks.

Several of you have indicated an interest in a particular color/shape of 
the pipe. Until now I have been unable to provide that kind of service, 
referring you to the Duplicate Pipes for Sale or Trade page and asking you 
to monitor that. I am pleased to now be able to offer a "watch list" for 
those of you who wish to have me secure a particular pipe for you and will 
be able to notify you if I come across one you might like. However, I have 
not kept any previous requests and so must ask you to remind me of any that 
you would like me to watch for. All that I ask is that, if you secure the 
pipe you're looking for independently, please let me know so I can stop 
looking out for it.

Any of you who publish a pipe related newsletter or magazine will, I hope, 
feel free to further propagate this information.

Thanks so much, Steve, for giving us this medium. I, and I am sure many 
others, couldn't function nearly so well without it. Keep up the good work!

Puff in peace,

Bill Taylor <???????????????????????>

[Wow, Bill, this looks like some effort! -S.]

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From: "Tariq Mazzawi" <?????????????????>
Subject: Regards

 Dear Sir

 How are you ... I was surfing the internet and found ur site.

 I must say that it is very nice site.

 My name is Ramez and living in Amman, Jordan, I am a tobacco supplier and
 would like to offer the one of the best tobaccos available in the market
 the Hookah Pipe and a new style of Hookah.

 I am ready to send you some samples to be tried.

 Our tobacco is very tasty and long lasting, will not be affected with the
 quantity of charcoal put on the tobacco.

 It is a guaranteed quality and under trial, with very competitive prices
 related to the quality I am offering.

 If you are interested please send me an email or call me on the following

 Ramez Mazzawi
 PO Box 9214
 Amman 11191
 Tel : + 962 6 5819 809
 Fax : + 962 6 5819 809
 Email Address: ?????????????????

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From: ???????????????
Subject: posting from pipes page

My father would like to purchase another Brial Pipe.  The last address
I have for that company is 1593 Jefferson, Muskegon, Michigan.

The pipe has a large hollow metal stem and a facial tissue inserted
into the hollow stem is used to filter the smoke.  He got one from
vacationing Michigan people while living in Florida, and now I cannot
find this company to purchase another.  Thanks

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From: "The Higgins'" <?????????????????????>
Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #276 - Growing tobacco

Hello Peter:

Thank you for the e-mail.
Sorry it has taken so long for me to get back to you, I just got your
That is pretty interesting stuff you sent me. From what I understand, home
grown tobacco is less dangerous because the inherant lack of chemicals used
in it's growing and processing. I have tried drying cigar butts for pipe
tobacco. It works "butt" it is pretty harsh. (like sucking on a tail pipe of
a ford that needs a ring job).


[Peter Fackelmann's article from Digest #276 deleted. -S.]

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From: Peter Fackelmann <???????????????????>
Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #276 - Growing tobacco

Mike -

At 11:23 Uhr +0200 08.10.2001, The Higgins' wrote:
>... home
>grown tobacco is less dangerous because the inherant lack of chemicals used
>in it's growing and processing.

Could be, but growing and/or processing might not be optimal.

>I have tried drying cigar butts for pipe tobacco.

You should analyze the residues in the butt or at least imagine them.

Kind regards


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From: "Michael J. Glukler" <???????????????????>
Subject: Removal of a site

Hi Steve;

 A while ago I asked you to put the Pipes Canada website on the list
 of commercial links. Which you did. Thanks.

 However if you can believe this... so far in the 4 months it has been
 up only 1 email inquiry has come in. The site was dedicated to
 selling pipes only in Canada and we offered some stunning
 pipes. Sadly though no interest in Canada. So we have decided to shut
 the site down and stick to selling on the Briar Blues site which is
 doing great.

 Sorry for the headaches of listing and removing.


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From: ?????????????????????
Subject: posting from pipes page

Great job on the Pipes Digest - it's made a huge difference in my 
enjoyment of pipes. A little about me: I'm a computer programmer
working for Universal Leaf Tobacco, in Richmond, VA. It's a fine
company and a great company to work for, not least of which because,
as you might expect, they allow smoking at work. Strangely, though,
I haven't run into any more pipe smokers here, mainly cigar smokers.

I've heard many pipesmokers ask about the cost of pipes, and whether 
it's worthwhile to pay a premium price for a better pipe. Let me give 
you a personal testimonial. I'm a confirmed tightwad, and for the first
10 or so years I smoked a pipe, I smoked nothing but Dr. Grabow-type
pipes and drugstore-type tobaccos. I firmly believed that it was a 
waste of money to pay more than $10-$15 for a pipe, as you would only 
be paying for the appearance and prestige of a "name" pipe.

About 3 years ago, I was at a flea market and, while going through a coffee
can of broken pipes I came across a Dunhill Shell Briar with the
mouthpiece broken off. Out of curiousity, I gave the seller $3 and 
took it home. I then carried it by my local tobacconist (The Old 
Virginia Tobacco Co. in Richmond, VA - an excellent, friendly place 
& one I heartily recommend). For $15 they replaced the mouthpiece 
(including the white spot) and - voila! - an $18 Dunhill (made ca. 1968,
as it turns out). From the first smoke, it was a magnificent pipe. Cool, 
mellow and sweet, there was a night and day difference between it and 
all my previous smokes.

Since then, between thrift shops and Ebay, I've picked up more quality 
pipes. 3 Peterson's, 2 Shamrocks (a very nice Peterson second), a
Mayfair (an excellent Sasieni second), a House of Lords (another nice
Sasieni second), a Danish Sovereign (a Stanwell second),a Savinelli 
Churchwarden and a Parker (a Dunhill second). Interestingly, none of 
these pipes, including the Dunhill, cost me more than $20. All of them 
smoke significantly better than "drugstore" pipes.

A question: my Parker has developed a little hole on the underside of
the bit. It's got a distinctive mouthpiece, and I'd like to preserve
it.  Does anyone know of any epoxy-like material that I could use to
fill it?  It would need to be extremely durable and able to stand heat
and tooth friction and, hopefully, non-toxic. Thanks - Steve Avent

[ Sounds like some great spelunking there in those coffee cans, Steve!

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From: "Ryan Burns" <?????????????????>
Subject: Micoli

Steve, I had noticed that you get inquires from time to time in
regards to Micoli the pipe maker.  I would like to inform you that he
is very much alive and is in excellent health. He's my father.  I had
dinner with him this evening and he seemed interested that people are
still asking about his work.  If you have any questions in the future,
I will try to answer them for you - Ryan

[ Thanks for the word, Ryan! -S. ]

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From: ????????????????????
Subject: posting from pipes page

Hello All:

I'm looking for any historical etc. info on a blender from Ireland
that I assume is no longer or has been swallowed up by a larger
company (Murrays perhaps) John Grant&Co. LTD from Buncrana Ireland
(Blenders for over fifty years) say the tins. I have a tin of North
Country and a tin of Irish Royal Navy I'm going to have to open soon
to try. Anyone with any knowledge of this blender would be welcome to
contact me via this newsletter or privately ????????????????????

Mike Stanley

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Article Index

  1. Subject: Pipes Digest #278 -- November 3, 2001
  2. Subject: Tribute project
  3. Subject: TOBACCO blend for wtc relief
  4. Subject: RE: Pipes Digest #277 -- September 19, 2001
  5. Subject: Northern California Pipe Show III
  6. Subject: NCPS IV NOTICE
  7. Subject: posting from pipes page
  8. Subject: Re: Your Pipes Digest subscription request
  9. Subject: posting from pipes page
  10. Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #277 -- September 19, 2001
  11. Subject: pyrolytic pipes web site update
  12. Subject: Regards
  13. Subject: posting from pipes page
  14. Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #276 - Growing tobacco
  15. Subject: Re: Pipes Digest #276 - Growing tobacco
  16. Subject: Removal of a site
  17. Subject: posting from pipes page
  18. Subject: Micoli
  19. Subject: posting from pipes page
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