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 today’s 296th shape. The pipe of the very respectable “Tradition series” was made in 1950-70, before the acquisition of the company by Cadogan Investments. The stamping is a bit rubbed in some places, but you may identify the 3-part logo on the stem under a bright light.
The pipe markings are COMOY’S \ TRADITION”, “MADE \ IN \ LONDON \ ENGLAND”, “296B”. The length is 14.5 cm (5.71″), bowl’s height is 4.4 cm (1.73″). External diameter of the bowl is 4.3 cm (1.69″), internal diameter is 1.9 cm (0.75″). The depth is 3.9 cm (1.54″) and this pipe weights 28 gr. Briar, vulcanite stem, no filter.