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Denmark, 1960s An old and well-preserved Stanwell pipe that we can date fairly accurately. The registration number 969-48 was obtained by the company in 1948, and Stanwell pipes were marked with it until the early 1970s. At the same time, … Continued


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Denmark, 1980s At first sight, the pipe appears to be a part of the illustrious “Danish Golden era” freehands, standing proudly alongside the likes of Preben Holm, Karl Erik, and Holtorp creations. And indeed, this initial impression seems warranted, as … Continued

KARL ERIK Champ of Denmark 6

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Denmark, 1970s Champ of Denmark was a brand of the currently closed Larsen & Stigart tobacconist in Copenhagen, Denmark (along with “Larsen & Stigart”, “Shelburne”). As many advanced tobacco shops at that time had also an indoor production and employed … Continued


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Denmark, 1970s Jobey is the brand with perhaps the most tangled history. Since establishing in the 1920s the company has changed a whole row of owners, distributors and manufacturers on both sides of the Atlantic. Frequently experts can’t reach an … Continued

W.Ø. LARSEN Port 84

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Denmark, 1980s The W.Ø. Larsen Port pipes are relatively affordable and they were made already during the 1980-90s, when the company tried to enter a mass market. Due to its unique shape the pipe sits in a hand very comfortably … 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

POUL STANWELL Collection 182

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Denmark Poul Stanwell Collection pipes are a line made for the filter pipe market named after Poul Nielsen who started Stanwell in Denmark in 1942. The pipe is not for sale. It’s an example of the restemming made for an … Continued