England The pipe bag can comfortably accommodate 2 pipes. 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 x 3.5″).
England, 1930s A rescued Comoy’s pipe from the late 1930s. The extremely popular Grand Slam series was started in the 1930s (according to the one of legends – in 1933, and it was named so in honor of success of … Continued
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
England, 1930s An extremely rare finding! The Comoy’s pipe made in the 1930s and branded for one of the numberous tobacconists the most probably. You may compare the COM (MADE IN ENGLAND) and the shape number (331) to other Comoy’s … Continued
England, 1950-70s Perhaps no other manufacturer did make more for the “canadians” development and propaganda than Comoy’s. Careful selection of briar, variety of thoughtful refined shapes, skilful work deserved the highest respect among smokers worldwide. As an example – our … Continued
England, 1950-70s A very convincing and very lightly smoked traditional English billiard made by Comoy’s. Their McGahey series was made most probably for the McGahey tobacconist located in Exeter, Devon, UK. The shop is still open nowadays and you can … Continued
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
England, 1980-90s Almost every pipe needs a stand, so why not to combine the stand and the pipe itself? Looks very useful for a man whose desk is covered with reports, diagrams, financial magazines and whatever else we can imagine … Continued