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Baker Egerton told me that Mel Rudner was offering this pipe on an eBay auction. He had a couple of other briars with it in the lot. As part of our correspondence, I learned that Mel had a couple of other damaged pyrolytic graphite pipes and we arranged to swap the briars for the broken pipes. I don't what happened to this pipe; I had thought them indestructible until I got ahold of this one. Someone must have used it as a crow-bar! I wish the photo were just a bit clearer so you could see the material better, but you can see what unfinished compression molded phenolic resin looks like on the broken shank.

Pipe Photo

Valuing the pipe result for pipe 065: n/a points.

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