USA The brand we are not familiar with. Our sources (books and web sites) don’t give any hints either. The most probably it’s an American pipe. Nice straight grain indeed!
USA, 1930s An Americam pipe from a pre WWII pipe collection. It reminds some Ehrlich pipes, but the stamping font is a bit different. Despite the respectable age, it’s still a good device to test new tobacco or smoke while … Continued
USA, 1930s The pipe comes to us with the 1930s collection, so it’s probably one of the early Marxmans – the company has been founded in 1934 by Robert (Bob) L. Marx, former William Demuth Company employee and merged with … Continued
USA, 1950s This pipe seems to be one of the first Kaywoodie Standard pipes: the series was introduced around 1950 and is still produced, but note the clover logo located on the top of the stem and the 4-hole stinger. … Continued