Adam once described this Dunhill shape as "a love child between an Egg and an Oom Paul", and I can't say I disagree with his assessment. It's a lovable oddball, and a bit of a rarity. We've seen a few newer iterations crop up under the modern "26" Oom Paul shape number, but this is the first to show up here under the older, three-digit, "263" stamping. There has also been one single specimen to come our way as a variant of the even older "HU", suggesting that while this variation may have always been less common than its more orthodox, cylindrical sibling, it has still been around for a good, long time.
- Eric N. Squires