Refreshing an old Peterson’s X105P

I really like the London & Dublin line–it was the highest of Peterson’s high-grades for many, many years. Excellent restoration from Mark!

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Up for your viewing pleasure is the rebirth of an old Peterson’s pipe. It’s marked Peterson’s London and Dublin and X105 London Made over England. I won’t try to estimate the age but it must have been lightly smoked and stored for many years, maybe in the sunlight. The stem was oxidized so badly that I wondered if vulcanite stems were maybe produced in brown! It looked like a new stem with no tooth chatter, just a medium brown color smooth to the touch. The stummel was fill free but it looked like the finish was totally gone except for a few spots. The rim had some scorch marks with light buildup. The chamber had a thin cake that I reamed a little bit more to smooth it out.

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First order of business is always do the oxyclean soak on the stem while I do the alcohol/cotton ball soak in…

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