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by William Goldring
Author: William Goldring
Publisher: Drake Publishers; First Edition edition (1973)
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This book contains a vintage guide to designing and constructing wooden pipe instruments.
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This book goes through the history of pipes. Nice book that covers history of pipes, different shapes and styles, and how-to's. Not what I expected, but interrsting nonetheless, and a good read for anyonr interested in the rich history of pipe smoking.
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