COMOY’S Royal 185

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England, 1950-70s The Comoy’s Royal grade is both one of the oldest and one of the rarest to date. Royal Comoy pipes appeared in the late 1930s and were then considered the absolute highest grade. However, very soon, the Royal … Continued

COMOY’S London Pride 245

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England, 1950-70s “Made of the finest briar root obtainable, this natural finish pipe develops a magnificent character and its tan deepens in service”. So the London Pride pipes were described in the old Comoy’s catalogues where this grade was next … 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

COMOY’S pipe bag

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England  The pipe bag can comfortably accommodate your pipe and tobacco (or accessories) in separate pockets.   The bag has normal used condition not excluding some surface wear, but without any identified major issues. Approximate dimensions 15.5 x 9 cm (6.1 … Continued

COMOY’S De Luxe 182

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England, 1950-70s An exquisite and very rare Comoy’s De Luxe pipe made in the 1950-70s (“pre-Cadogan”)- absolutely classical billiard shape with the silver ferrule. Fantastic finding!

COMOY’S H.T.L. Hiland’s Fine Grain 184

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England Authoritative pipe community members advised that H.T.L. stands for Hiland’s Tobacco Locker, a southern California retail tobacco chain. Pipes have been ordered from leading Europian manufacturers such as Savinelli, Comoy’s and GBD. That explains also why some of HTL … Continued