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The Meerschaum pipe was found on the ''[[Charlotte]]''. It is the clue the gave [[Benjamin Franklin Gates|Ben Gates]] the idea about the [[Declaration of Independence|Declaration of Independence.]] The stem of the pipe revealed a riddle when covered in an ink like liquid and rolled out on paper.
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The Meerschaum pipe was found on the ''[[Charlotte]]''. It is the clue that gave [[Benjamin Franklin Gates|Ben Gates]] the idea about the [[Declaration of Independence|Declaration of Independence.]] The stem of the pipe revealed a riddle when covered in an ink like liquid and rolled out on paper.
 
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Meerschaum Pipe
Norm-47cd6bf04ecb4-National+Treasure+(2004)
Found Charlotte
Leads to "The legend writ, the stain affected, the key in Silence undetected, fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend."
Found by Ben Gates


"Is it a...billion dollar pipe? Is it a...million dollar pipe?"
Riley Poole[src]

The Meerschaum pipe was found on the Charlotte. It is the clue that gave Ben Gates the idea about the Declaration of Independence. The stem of the pipe revealed a riddle when covered in an ink like liquid and rolled out on paper.

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