Blog by Dal Stanton
Burgas, Bulgaria, is a coastal city on the Black Sea where my wife and I as often as we can, go to find some rest and relaxation on the beach, especially during the summer months. When we’re not enjoying the surf and sand, one of my favorite activities is to go pipe picking, of course! I found the Lindbergh 324 Poker on one of these expeditions in 2017 on the main walking streets in Burgas – an antique shop I’ve visited before did not let me down on this visit!
I found the treasure trove in a copper pot waiting for me on a stack of books. I carefully and methodically sifted through the pipes in the brass pot and culled 5 nice candidates who were calling my name! They were a Butz Choquin Supermate 1596 Paneled Billiard – St Claude-France, a Rusticated Harvey Meerschaum Lined…
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