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This horse shoe pipe tamper was made from a tamp crafted in merry olde England. It says Good Luck on a banner at the base of the shoe. You can hang this tamp from a leather thong or wear it on your belt. It is detailed on front and back. For centuries, the horseshoe has been used as a charm, in countries widely separated. It has also been popularly used as a talisman for the preservation of buildings or premises from the wiles of witches and fiends. According to one reputed story, Saint Dunstan, the Archbishop of Canterbury in AD 959, was a originally blacksmith by trade. He once nailed a horseshoe to the Devil s hoof when he was asked to reshoe the Devil s hoof. Dunstan only agreed to remove the shoe and release the Devil from pain after the Devil promised never to enter a place where a horseshoe is hung over the door. This tamper can keep you from evil and tamp your tobacco! It stands 1 and 3/4 inches tall.
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