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Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 2:01 PM


I am selling a Chong bong. The name of it is "Lil lynch" it's 1 foot tall & it's completely original unused and autographed by Tommy Chong just 19 days after being busted by the govt in "operation pipe dreams" and it was signed in Colorado the first state to later on legalize recreational use.

*Extremely rare

*Never been used (kept in a protective acrylic display case)

*Original bowl & stem

*Original gromit

*Original sticker unpeeled

*Original flyer from the signing event

*Original layaway receipt/proof of purchase

*Original price tag

*Behind the cartoon Chong face the glass design resembles kind bud. Very cool and very risky!

*Chong was busted/raided on Feb. 24 2003 and he signed it on Mar. 15 2003

****Chong violated conditions of his bond by signing it

*****Autographed 19 days after he was busted

******Bong was put on layaway in January 2003

*******Placed on layaway pre raid but signed post raid.(19days later)

*Chong was sentenced on Sept. 11 2003 (9/11 WTF?)

This piece uniquely represents prohibition and the ending of prohibition all at the same time. Around 10 years ago I was able to find signed Chong glass that sold for between $5000 and $7000 online. Today you can spend hours and hours online without finding any for sale at all. I believe where and when this piece was signed adds considerable value and is for serious collectors only. $75,000 is my asking price. The price is firm. I believe the value will only increase over time. One only needs to look at how valuable & collectible early alchol and tobacco and Nascar and soft drink items are. These items are extremely rare and are very valuable. The glass market is in its infancy and currently there are several different companies selling pipes for over $125,000 a piece. Own a piece of history. Serious inquiries only. Email me at
*No shipping.

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