VAUEN pipoo 1

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Germany A pipe of the VAUEN’s pipoo series invented to attract more young and active people who prefer quick and easy occasional smoke. The best it’s smoked with the VAUEN pre-made tobacco rolls, though smoking of conventional tobacco in the … Continued

COMOY’S Carlyle 296

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England, 1930s Both stampings and the shape number (296 for a canadian)  testify that it’s a Comoy’s creature. Moreover such the stamping in a circle with “MADE” at the top, “IN” in the middle, and “ENGLAND” forming the bottom of … Continued

Bontemps 74

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France A pipe from the glorious St Claude family, which also includes such famous brands as Butz Choquin, Chap, Claude Romain, Jima. Behind all that names stands franch Berrod-Regad group, whose factory has been working at 2 ter rue du … Continued

Two pipe bag

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The pipe bag looks to be not used before, we may notice only a small scratch on the one side (see picture nr.3). The bag can comfortably accommodate 2 pipes, necessary accessories and tobacco itself in separate pockets. Approximate dimensions … Continued

GBD Pedigree 293

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England, 1950-70s The highest grade GBD pipe was made in the 1950-70s, but definitely before the acquisition of the company by Cadogan. Everlasting classical shape and great lightweight briar make the pipe an incomparable addition to any collection. The pipe … Continued


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Denmark Karl Erik Ottendahl (1942 – 2004) was one of the most famous Denmark artisans, who offered good, “really Danish” pipes for an affordable value. He began smoking pipe when he was 14, and started carving as a hobby. Over … Continued

G.W. SIMS Special

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England, 1960-70s G.W. Sims (just the modest G.W., though some consider that he was George) is known from the first half of the XX century, and the first pipes of the artisan (and at times a repairman) were marked even … Continued