Ferndown Bark Two Star Silver Spigot #1021115BK
I think I heard that Les Woods, the maker/owner of Ferndown
retired.  Regardless, there are few enough Silver Spigots that
this is one of the few available that I saw when looking for a
price comparison.  In fact, I'm not sure I saw any that were listed
on the sites I explored.  This is Grp. 5 size, with an open draw &
to be clear, what I would consider a high button.  It is quite light
considering the amount of silver it is sporting.  Vulcanite.  New.
5.9" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1 5/8 oz., 46 grams. $375.
Ashton Sovereign LX #924013
The stamping is, like the pipe, clean and crisp and like-new.  But
the date no. after the "D" in "England" is essentially not there.
Perhaps the "17" in much larger size to the left of the
nomenclature means it's a '97.  Regardless, this large pipe may
not have been smoked, but it may have been for about 10 secs.
so I have to call it used.  Wide-open draw.  Brindle stem.
6" long, bowl 2.4" tall.  Weight: 2.75 oz., 77 grams. Used. $450.
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1977 Dunhill Root #924078
A group 5 in very good condition, with slight wear on the inner rim
and one tooth mark onthe bottom of the stem.  Shape # is 51091 &
the draw is wide-open and the nomenclature clear & crisp.  Used.
6 1/8" long, bowl 1.95" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 43 grams. $275.
1990 Ashton 3X Sovereign #924173BK
Whatever "3X" might mean on paper, in the reality of my fist, it
means Grp. 5.  Am I imagining things, or does the Apple shape,
when done well, suggest "smoke me" more strongly than other
pipes?  This is one of Bill Taylor's beauties and will stand in
commemoration of his talents and his legacy to us.  Unsmoked.
5.8" long, bowl 1.8" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 43 grams. $425.
Comoy's Guildhall #824252 (RESERVED)
A little small, so let's call it a Grp. 3 size, with visibly good grain
in the sandblast.  Again I can't determine the era of production,
but a guess places it in the '70's or 80's.  It has the right logo
for the Guildhall.  The draw is wide-open & it sits up.  New.
4.45" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 34 grams. $75.
1937 Barling's Ye Olde Wood
It's nice stemwork, but it's not original stemwork, so I have no
idea how to price this gem.  The bowl is in very good cond., with
just a touch of wear on the inner rim.  The nomenclature on
both stem and silver are in exc., crisp condition.  The letter
revealing the date is a "B" and the initials of the Barling boys
are also on the silver.  It is a Grp. 4 in size, the draw is wide
open, so it should smoke great.  All that remains is for you to
find an old Barling's stem with logo somewhat intact.  Used.
5.9" long, bowl 1.75" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 36 grams. $225.
1890 BBB #530104SR
This graceful pipe has a threaded horn tenon, which accounts
for the fact that the stem sits just a very little past perfectly
straight.  (The photo makes it seem much more severe than is
the case.)  The condition is excellent and the draw wide-open.
5.6" long, bowl 2" tall.  Weight: 1.75 oz., 48 grams. Price: $340
Charatan Free Hand Relief #527327 (SOLD 10/22/16)
Aside from the attractive and deep ring grain of the blast, the
impression this pipe gives is that somebody really liked smoking
it.  That's not a rare event, but it is far from common.  In fact, I
have to ream the chamber before shipping.  I think the stem is
original as I detect a vestige of the "C," and it is a Lane era
pipe.  The cond. is very good, with minor tooth marks on the
stem and some wear on the inner rim of the chamber.  Used.
6" long, bowl 2.2" tall.  Weight: 1 5/8 oz., 47 grams. $65.
Barling's Make Ye Olde Wood #26753
The bowl, the rim, the chamber, the nomenclature are all in
exc. cond.  The shape # is a 3 digit 233 and the size is
stamped as EL.  It's about the size and shape of a Dunhill LB.  
The draw is wide-open, but the stem is almost assuredly new,
and the stem logo is definitely newly minted.   Vulcanite. Used
6" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 41 grams. $225.
1983 Dunhill Cumberland #824287
Grp. 5 Canadian.  The wear on the top part of the brindle stem
created more of a little "wave" than tooth marks.  There is also a
surface burn on the smooth part of the rim.  None of these flaws
compromise the pipe in any way.  It's an original Cumberland
with that smooth top.  At some point, Dunhill decided to save a
few pennies on their best-selling model and make the entire
bowl sandblast.  I don't know how long that folly lasted (I
personally asked the Gen'l. Mgr. of Dunhill pipes "what f---ing
idiot came up with that idea?"...silence followed...it was him, he
confessed.  Ah well...corporate mentality.  Used.
6" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 39 grams. $165.
1994 Dunhill Root #924102BK (SOLD 10/15/16)
Light stain on a Group 5, which has a wide diameter chamber.
The pipe is unsmoked, so there's not a lot one needs to say
about a brand as well known as Dunhill.  Vulcanite stem.  New.
5.8" long, bowl 1.4" tall.  Weight: 1 5/8 oz., 47 grams.  $395
Pre-Transition Barling EXEXEL #824032SF
Grp. 6 in size, and in good cond. (which I believe to be original...
I looked carefully at the button and those of old Barlings I have)
with a nice, unburnt rim.  The drawback is a nomenclature that
is visible, but quite thin, having been buffed down.  The shape #
is 789 and the draw is wide-open.  Used.
6.25" long, bowl 1.95" tall.  Weight: 1.75 oz., 51 grams. $225.
Comoy's Blue Riband #924274
The nomenclature is buffed way down, although the "Blue
Riband" is easy enough to discern.  There is no "C" on the
replacement stem, which is like-new, but major issue is, in my
opinion, with the bottom of the pipe.  There are signs of an
incipient crack onthe bottom of the bowl that may mean that the
pipe burns hot there.  The inside of the chamber looks fine and
there are no dark spots on the bottom, near the line on the bowl
so most likely, all is well, but I do have my concerns.  If you get
this pipe and there is a problem, I'll most definitely cover you.
In the meantime, the draw is open and the stem is vulcanite.
5.9" long, bowl 1.6" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 37 grams. Used. $50.
Peterson Gold Banded Supreme #92408 (SOLD 10/17/16)
If, like me, you think good cross grain patterns, with dramatic
Bird's Eye, are more interesting than boring straight grain, then
you will have no difficulty understanding why this pipe rated the
"Supreme" grade.  The cond. is very good, with just a touch of
wear on the inner chamber rim.  It is a Grp. 4 in size.  I noticed
that some Supremes have silver bands...this one is 14 K G.F.
5.3" long, bowl 1.9" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 44 grams. $225.
1950 Dunhill Shell PO #72250TH (SOLD 10/17/16)
A beautifully blasted Shell in very good cond.  The
nomenclature is all readily legible, but buffed down so it's not
crisp.  The prior owner must have been tired of cleaning stems,
so the vulcanite has been replaced by an acrylic stem.  Used.
4.95" long, bowl 1.4" tall.  Weight: 1 oz., 30 grams. $250.
Dunhill LB #924233 (SOLD 10/11/16)
All the nomenclature except the word "Dunhill," and the letters
"LB" have been buffed off this pipe over its life.  Well, maybe
not, I can see the numbers "32" in the area where a Pat. No.
could be.  Regardless, there is a lot of good briar here, with a
very clean chamber.  It's going to last a long time.  I do think
that the stem is a replacement, because it's in pristine cond.
6.25" long, bowl 1.95" tall.  Weight: 2.25 oz., 63 grams. $135.
Barling's Guinea Grain #11283
A touch of wear is visible at one part of the inner bowl rim,
and the logo on the stem is freshly stamped.  The "Barling"
is in script; family era Guinea Grains employ a "Barling's,"
with an apostrophe 's'.  The 4 digit shape number is 5291
so the conclusion is that this is post family production.   It
appears to be a Grp. 4 in size with a wide-open draw.  Used.
5.25" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight:1oz., 27 grams. $75.
Parker Briar Bark #824235
I don't know how old this pipe is, but this kind of pristine
condition suggests it was recently made.  However, the stem
button indicates a much older pipe to me, even the 50's.  Well,
I don't think that's practical, unless this pipe was kept in a
atmosphere-free environment.  Speculation aside, it's an
unsmoked pipe and looks like it in every single way.  The draw
is wide-open, the walls are thick and the stem narrow.  New.
5.5" long, bowl 1.9" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 43 grams. $75.
Pre-1960 Charatan Supreme #1021188BK (SOLD 11/17/16)
Actually, I think this is pre-1958, but 1960 will do as a baseline
because this is a tapered stem Charatan with a thin "CP" and
one in which the "C" penetrates the "P."  There are other
factors, too.  the white is out of the logo, but the "CP" are both
clearly legible.  It's a Grp. 6 in size and that inner rim is in very
good condition.  Indeed, the stem is bite-mark free.  It is not, I
readily concede, a well grained Supreme, but such was the
nature of Charatan and their labile grading system.  Used.
5.85" long, bowl 2.25" tall.  Weight: 2.25 oz., 65 grams. $165
Peterson's Kildare #821433
With no P-lip as an impediment, the draw here is wide-open.  
Further, the bowl is not coated with black stuff (although it does
appear to be stained).  I'd call it between a Grp. 5 & Grp. 4. New
5.75" long, bowl 1.75" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 41 grams. $75.
1979 Dunhill Cumberland #1021167BK (SOLD 11/17/16)
Not a common shape as I think about it.  The rim does show a
little wear, and there is a minor tooth indent on the bottom of the
brindle stem.  The draw is open & it is a Grp. 5 size.  Used.
4.9" long, bowl 2.2" tall.  Weight: 2.25 oz., 64 grams. $165.
1999 XX Ashton Pebble Grain
XX makes this a Grp. 5 in size.  The blast is very good & the
draw is wide-open.  While the nomenclature pinpoints the date
of production as 1999, the date on the sterling ferrule says
2000.  The pipe is unsmoked.  
5.75" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 44 grams. $375.
Northern Briar Rox Cut Regal #215022
This is marked a Grp. 4, but it's much larger than a Dunhill Grp.
4 in size.  It's at least a 5.  The cut on this pipe is less sharp
than on the Premier listed just above.  It's a classic British
Billiard and provides Ian's superb value in his typical fashion.
6" long, bowl 2" tall.  Weight: 1 7/8 oz., 54 grams. New. $190.
2000 Ashton XX Sovereign #1021126TF
Nicely darkened by someone who loved smoking this pipe, and
also cared enough about it to take very good care to keep it in
fine condition, with but a touch of wear on the inner rim of the
chamber.  The stem is bite-mark free and the draw is open.
Don't worry...no aromatics used here.  Ashtonite stem. Used.
5.65" long, bowl 1.9" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 39 grams. $250.
BBB Own Make Virgin #1021145TF (SOLD 11/19/16)
I am wrestling with the vintage of this pipe and I go back & forth
between the 50's & 60's.  I think it's more a 50's stem, but I'm
not sure.  Regardless, it is in very good cond., with a clean &
crisp rim, stem, chamber, etc.  It's a Grp. 4 size and the draw is
open.  For those interested in acquiring the classic old English
pipes and shapes, this is about as good as it's going to get until
you find one unsmoked and in the original box.  Vulcanite. Used.
5.45" long, bowl 1.5" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 41 grams. $110.
Pre-Transition Barling's Special EXEL #101470AG
The pipe shape # is 447 and the residue of the original stem is
visible.  Also, the cond. is exc., with a very clean stem and bowl
rim.  If there is any drawback to this pipe, I think that the thick-
ness of the wall is not in proper proportion the the diameter of
the chamber.  I would guess that the pipe might thus smoke
hot.  Yet, the pipe is used and there is no hot, or dark, spots on
bowl, so one can presume it does not smoke hot.  
5.5" long, bowl 1.95" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 39 grams. $200
BBB #83024SR
The stamping on the band does not add up to a hallmark date,
so I don't know the exact year of this pipe, but the hole at the
end of the stem indicates a very old pipe, as does the sold
"BBB" stamped on the shank, without any other identifying info.
It is a Grp. 2 in size.  Other than the wear on the rim, the pipe is
in excellent cond.  You can see the diamond outline of the BBB
logo on the stem, but the letters have been buffed off. Used.
5" long, bowl 1.5" tall.  Weight: 1 oz., 28 grams. $135.
Comoy's 1989 Christmas Pipe #37275
What, pray tell me, makes this a "Christmas" pipe?  Is it even
Christmas worthy?  Yes, I think Christ would have been a pipe
smoker.  No doubt.  But to commemorate his birthday (which
likely was not Dec. 25th, but that's a nother story) his mother
was astute enough not to have been caught buying him this
pipe.  What shape do you imagine Jesus would have smoked?
Anyhow, this pipe is in very good cond., although there is a  
tooth indent on the bottom of the stem.  The draw is open. Used.
What may look like fills in the top pic are simply bowl dings.
5.75" long, bowl 1.55" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 40 grams. $55
1984 Dunhill Cumberland #102132
This is a Grp. 5 Canadian with a shape # of 51090.  The overall
condition is fine, but there is a touch of wear on the inner rim at
one point & a tooth indent on the actual button on top of the
stem.  The rest is nice and clean and there is no tobacco aroma
or taste residue, and certainly no aromatic traces.  Used.
6" long, bowl 1.95" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 40 grams. $165.
Barling's Guinea Grain #1021121 (SOLD 11/9/16)
This is large, Grp. 6 size.  Although it is not an early Barling's,
it has a shape # of 6229, it does have an "EB" stamped on the
shank, along with the Guinea Grain stamp.  Guinea Grain's
always had a script "Barling's" and without that shape #, this
could pass for an Pre-Transition piece.  The stem logo is buffed
off, but you can see the residual of the original logo.  The teeth
marks are not deep.  The rim is worn a bit, but the chamber is
in fine condition.  Wide-open draw.  Used.
6" long, bowl 2" tall.  Weight: 1.75 oz., 51 grams. $60.
1967 Dunhill LBS Root Briar #416169SR
The cross grain and Bird's Eye on this pipe are terrific, and the
condition of the pipe is very good, with only a little wear on the
inner rim of the chamber.  There is also a tooth mark on the
bottom of the stem.  It is a Group 4 in size, but it is still large.
5.9" long, bowl 2" tall.  Weight: 1 5/8 oz., 46 grams. $325.
1998 Ashton Sovereign LX 1021011BK
Clearly for the man who needs a large pipe to feel fulfilled. The
briar here is exceedingly clean.  I can't see even a pit or black
spot, hence the very light, near natural, stain.  It's light for its
size, too.  The draw is open 7 the drilling spot on.  Unsmoked.
6 5/8" long, bowl 2.4" tall.  Weight: 2.5 oz., 72 grams. $650.
DBL Extra #1021155TF (RESERVED)
Here is a little gem from between the two World Wars.  The stem
shape at the button is a dead giveaway.  The DBL refers to the
Delacour Bros., Ltd.  The pipe was made in London and
reminds me very much of the pre-WWII Ben Wades that came
out of Leeds, England.  This must have been a popular style at
the time.  The condition here is excellent, considering the age.
There are some minor dings around the rim, but that is to be
expected.  The draw is wide-open; I'd smoke this pipe.  It's a
Grp. 3 size.  The stem is vulcanite.  Used.
4.9" long, bowl 1.6" tall.  Weight: 1 1/8 oz., 33 grams. $100.
Dunhill #924221 (SOLD 10/6/16)
Where to begin.  Well, there is no nomenclature...all been
buffed off, so yes, I am relying on my eyes (and a stem with a
white dot on it) to tell me that this is a very old, blasted Shell.  
The blast, happily, is still in quite good shape.  The stem is, too,
with bite marks on the bottom of it, but they are not deep.  I can
not tell if this is an original or replacement stem.  The rim of the
chamber is quite worn, but the chamber itself looks like it can
deliver a lot of smokes.  The draw is wide-open.  Large Grp. 3.
5.65" long, bowl 1.7" tall.  Weight: 1 1/8 oz., 31 grams. $50.
1976 Dunhill Shell EK #924032BK
Exceedingly gentle tooth chatter is visible on the top of the
stem, but as you can see, the rest of the pipe is sharp & crisp.
In the way of full disclosure, the stamping on the bottom was
not done well at the factory, so I am not 100% certain that the
year is '76, but from what I can see, that has to be the case.
Grp. 4 in size with open draw.  A nice birth year for someone.
5.9" long, bowl 1.7" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 37 grams. Used. $150
GBD New Standard #52753 (RESERVED VJ 9/11/16)
I'm confident that this is an older GBD.  How old?  I don't know,
but looking at the color of the stain, the extra work done in
making the rim nice and round and the stem button, it seems
safe to say the 1960's.  and possibly the late 50's.  I have not
found when the New Standard grade began, but I just might
have an old catalog that gives me some idea.  If I find anything,
I'll get back to you.  The cond. is exc., the draw is wide-open,
that old vulcanite stem is mark-free and the construction is such
that a thin cleaner goes right to the bottom of the chamber.
5.2" long, bowl 1.75" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 42 grams.  Used. $65.
1984 Dunhill ODA 835 #722157 (SOLD 10/17/16)
Cond. is near excellent.  The demerit is a dulling of the nomencla-
ture where it says "ODA," but every letter is there and legible, &
the rest of the nomenclature is crisp, as is the bowl rim & stem. I
think the blast quality is reminiscent of an earlier era.  Used.
6.5" long, bowl 2.2" tall.  Weight: 1 7/8 oz., 53 grams. $250.
Sasieni 8 Dot "Marlborough" #824043SF
The original stem and dots are in exc. cond.,  the inner rim is
slightly worn and the nomenclature is dull, but entirely legible,
including every digit of the Pat. number, the fish tail under the
Sasieni name and the quotation marks on either side of the
shape name.  Typical Grp. 4 size and wide-open draw.  Used.
5.2" long, bowl 1.75" tall.  Weight: 1 1/8 oz., 32 grams. $275.
1988 Ashton X Pebble Shell #52771 (RESERVED 9/11/16)
This near-new pipe is early enough in Bill Taylor's career to
have the Pat. # stamped on the bottom of the shank, with the
rest of the nomenclature.  The "X" indicates his basic size, which
is equivalent to a Dunhill Grp. 4.  The draw here is wide-open &
the construction good enough for a pipe cleaner to easily slide
to the bottom of the chamber.  Vulcanite stem.  Used, I think.
5.4" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1 3/8 oz., 40 grams. $225.
Willmer AAAA  Presentation #527107 (SOLD 8/17/16)
If Willmer had a higher grade, I can't remember it.  you can see
how clean the barely stained briar is, and with some color that
straight grain is going to pop.  The chamber is large enough so
that I can stick my thumb into it and overall I'd call it a Grp. 6.
The pipe is unsmoked and has an acrylic stem, which is a bit
unusual for an English-made pipe.  It's a gem for a Willmer man.
6.25" long, bowl 2.2" tall.  Weight: 2.25 oz., 65 grams. $295.
Dunhill Shell #722237 (SOLD 8/21/16)
Let's be honest, this pipe looks as though it's been through two
world wars and the Battle of the Alamo.  But the tobacco
chamber is in good condition...no char spots, no fracturing or
webbing.  The nomenclature is mostly visible, although it isn't
crisp any longer.  The "England" is entirely legible, but after the
"d" the date number is not.  There is no tooth mark on the
bottom of the stem, but the one on top of the stem is not pretty.
5.4" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 34 grams. $65.
Charatan's Make Authentic #527182
I like the shape of this pipe and apparently, the Charatan
people did, too because they named it (shape # 318) Jermyn,
which is the street on which they had their shop.  BTW, I do
love the individualistic names the English pipe makers gave to
their shapes.  Among Loewe & Sasieni, place names were
prevalent tried to capture the shape in their names, like the
Acorn, or Tun (a barrel).  There are tooth marks on the bottom
of the stem, but other wise the pipe is in exc. cond., but with no
"CP" logo visible on the  DC stem.  The "L" is still there.  used.
5.65" long, bowl 2.1" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 43 grams. $75.
1936 Pat. Number Dunhill #822490
Such a simple pipe should not be the source of so much confu-
sion, but it is for me.  First of all, there is no designation regard-
ing Bruyere or Root finish.  The nomenclature is buffed way
down, but except for a few numbers at the beginning of the Pat.
everything is visible.  Then, The Pat. # should be, according to
Loring's book, a U.S. patent, but no "U.S." is stamped on the
shank.  Further, the patent number that is on the shank is
supposed to have been used only from 1937-1941, but the
underlined number after the "England," is pretty clearly a 16,
making the pipe, presumably, a 1936 production.  Well, if you
like mysteries, you can buy this and figure it out for yourself.
I've given you all the info I can provide.  The condition is very
good, with no tooth marks onthe stem (original?  I don't know
for sure.  It certainly is an old stem, but the dot is a bit
whiter than I might expect) & very little wear on the chamber rim.
6 1/8" long, bowl 1.75" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 34 grams. $250..  
Sasieni Four Dot #1021231 (SOLD 11/26/16)
Judging from the article in "Pipes & Tobaccos" from 1999 by
Stephen P. Smith, this pipe was made between 1979 and 1986,
not the family era, but still a time when the pipes "were made
with care and are high quality."   This one is in exc. cond. &
appears to be of high quality to me, with an excellent, deep
blast, a wide-open draw and an air hole right at the bottom of
the chamber.  It's a Grp. 4 size.  Used.
5.5" long, bowl 1.5" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 36 grams. $60.
Peterson's Standard System #72283 (SOLD 9/24/16)
One of the unwritten laws of retail is that if you have a product
that is good, and is priced fairly, and yet it doesn't sell...raise
the price.  So, feeling unappreciated, and maybe just a touch
stupid, I am going to apply that technique and raise the price of
my good Petersons.  Probably at $45, people think there's
something wrong with them.  Let's see how they feel when it's
$55.  Here's an XL 307 in exc. cond., with clean, crisp rim and
fine chamber.  The draw is that of a P-lip, but I can hardly be
expected to do anything about that, and it doesn't bother
Peterson devotees.  There are a couple little surface scratches
on the bowl and some tooth chatter on the stem, but the size &
quality of the grain more than make up for those flaws. Used.
6 1/8" long, bowl 2.1" tall.  Weight: 2 1/8 oz., 61 grams. $55.
1956 Dunhill ES #824082EG (SOLD 9/23/16)
Excellent cond. for this 60 yr. old Shell.  After the date, in small
type, is typed the curious code "B106."  I wonder what that can
mean.  The draw is wide-open.  Note that the white area on the
bottom of the stem was just the residue of a sticker and is now
gone.  Used.
6 3/8" long, bowl 1.8" tall.  Weight: 1 1/8 oz., 33 grams. $450.
Barling EXEL #824076 (SOLD 9/12/16)
At first glance, I thought (and hoped) this might be a
pre-transition piece, but it is not.  The shape # is 5639.  Still, it
is in very good cond., with an open draw and an original stem,
on which the logo can still be faintly read.  It is a credit to the
buyers of Barling that the quality of the old stem did not seem
to diminish in time. The EXEL is a Grp. 4 size.  Vulcanite stem.  
5.3" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.25 oz., 36 grams. Used.$45.
Sasieni 4 Dot Walnut #824246 (SOLD 10/21/16)
Not an old, family-era pipe, but this is a handsome Grp. 4 with
more-than-respectable cross grain & Bird's Eye grain.  Wide
open draw and proper construction.  Vulcanite stem.  New.
5.4" long, bowl 1.85" tall.  Weight: 1.5 oz., 44 grams. $60.
1981Dunhill Group 3 #924259 (SOLD 10/14/16)
Actually, I'm not certain that this is a 1981.  The last number is
obscured by the black band that secures the bamboo.  But I
think my guess is as close as you'll come.  Perhaps more
importantly, this pipe exhibits all the characteristics of  an
unsmoked pipe.  The inside of the bowl is smooth, as though it
has never seen tobacco.  The stem and the stem button are
mark-free.  To be safe, I'll call it used.
5.95" long, bowl 1.7" tall.  Weight: 7/8 oz., 26 grams. $145.