Weed memorabilia has come a long way from chillum pipes and “drug rug” sweatshirts. As cannabis and weed-adjacent companies embrace progressive legislation and slick branding, consumers and weed lovers are rushing to save all those trinkets from the increasingly bygone era of prohibition.

Treasured by collectors for historical and personal value, prohibition-era marijuana memorabilia immortalizes a time we’ll (hopefully) never see again. 

Buckle puffers smoked at Woodstock

Jake Fulteron has been on a quest to replace the handmade, hippie belt buckle pipe he lost at the 1969 Woodstock music festival, an endeavour that has amounted to “about 900 pounds of brass” in the form of buckle pipes, also called “buckle puffers.”  


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