corn cob pipes?
i ask this here because i figured someone in this section may know about them. my dad has an old can filled with tools for making corn cob pipes. he says it's got everything one would need for the job. i know, they can be made with common tools now but, these items are probably from the 30's. i've looked online for someone with knowledge about such things but got nowhere. does anyone here know if these tools would be important? we aren't looking to sell, just curious.
- Miz DLv 61 decade agoFavourite answer
There is a Corn Cob Pipe Museum in Washington, Missouri. Why don't you contact someone there and get some information. Phone numbers 1-800-888-2109 or 636-239-2109.
- ?Lv 44 years ago
i think of ranger could be conversing approximately Iowa chief, a sort of candy corn. The cobs are not great enormous regardless of the undeniable fact that. The corn used for making pipes has a great confusing cob and combines in many circumstances choose reinforcement to the sheet metallic to keep away from dents and dings. you may verify a number of the gardening seed companies collectively with Gurneys, Shumway, Henry field and others.
- RT 66Lv 61 decade ago
My Answer is,
Corn Cob pipes are very easily constructed with a corn cob and a knife, a sturdy stalk for the stem and you're set.
- krissydericLv 71 decade ago
If you visited a couple of antique shops in your area and asked about these items perhaps you could gain some information/knowledge about them. If not, maybe they could recommend someone that did.
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- Ya Ya VegasLv 61 decade ago
Yes. I am certain there is a market of sorts on E-Bay.
I used them. The pipes that is and have watched as others made them.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I am reasonably sure that you could sell them on Ebay. If not for the historic value then probably people who smoke weed would buy them.
- ahsoasho2u2Lv 71 decade ago
YES THEY HAVE A HISTORICAL VALUE AS WELL AS AN ETHNIC VALUE.
ANTIQUES ROAD SHOW AND SOME AUCTIONEERS, MUSEUMS COULD APPRAISE THESE ITEMS FOR YOU.
- DR WLv 71 decade ago
Douglas MacArthur would have loved to have them...but old soldier don't die, they just fade away.