Wednesday, 27 October 2010


Hidden Treasure.

I recently had some luck on e-bay,when spotting this fine example of a Peterson's Patent. It comes with it's original factory fitted case, and features a rare factory amber stem. The amber is in perfect condition and still has it's bone fitting on the inboard side of the stem. It is a 1901 birth date, having been lightly smoked and well cared for it is in beautiful condition. Both briar and amber are in excellent condition. A group 4 sized pipe, the dimensions are as follows: The overall length is 5-1/2 inches, the bowl height is 1-3/4 inches and the inside diameter of the bowl is 3/4 of an inch. The stamping is very clear, and complete, it reads as follows: The briar is marked Peterson's Patent, and the silver carries the Dublin Hallmarks for 1901-2' K&P and Peterson's Patent. I consider this a fine historic piece, of Museum quality.


  1. Well done, Jim. That is a real beauty and a fine addition to your collection. Great photo as usual.

  2. I'm glad to see you received it Jim. That is truely a magnificent pipe.

  3. Congratulations on a gorgeous historical specimen, Jim! What a great find.

  4. A beauty! Enjoy!

    I also had seen this pipe on ebay and had it on my watch list, but the bidding got a but too spendy for me.

    Glad you got it.

  5. Great find Jim. I am pleased that you are the one to have obtained it. We can be assured that it will be well treated and highly revered, as it obviously was by the previous owner.