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Peterson Dublin Churchwarden

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Peterson Dublin Churchwarden

Postby Dodger » Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:20 pm

For some strange reason my credit card was in credit ,I try to keep it paid off ,so I looked around the net and decided on a Peterson Dublin bowled churchwarden ,which I ordered yesterday morning from Turmeaus also known as Cgars .Thanks to them and the Post Office it arrived this afternoon .
I am very pleased with it ,light ,nice balance and good grain and smokes well .This shape is more like the clay pipe original than any other churchwarden than any other I have seen .
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Re: Peterson Dublin Churchwarden

Postby KevLa » Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:24 pm

Enjoy her, Mr. D. :)
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Re: Peterson Dublin Churchwarden

Postby Geo3rge » Sat Feb 03, 2018 7:21 am

Yes, enjoy your new pipe, D. I have just one churchwarden, a no-name pipe that gets an occasional outing. Hope yours satisfies. Sounds a good buy to me.
I’ve lately been buying tobacco (St. Bruno) from CGars as their rates are slightly cheaper than elsewhere.
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Re: Peterson Dublin Churchwarden

Postby Dodger » Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:09 pm

Geo3rge wrote:Yes, enjoy your new pipe, D. I have just one churchwarden, a no-name pipe that gets an occasional outing. Hope yours satisfies. Sounds a good buy to me.
I’ve lately been buying tobacco (St. Bruno) from CGars as their rates are slightly cheaper than elsewhere.

I've bought from them before and because of their free postage over £60 spent will use them again .
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