DUNHILL Bruyere 5128

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England, 1988 One of the largest (Group size 5) Dunhill pipes of the oldest and most popular series and very successful “Diplomat” shape. The pipe was born in 1983, but looks very young and fresh and as for its age. … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere 3117

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England, 1980s A very elegant middle size squashed bulldog of the most popular Dunhill Bruyere series. As usually – eye catching distinct grain. Made in 1980s (the last digit is difficult to identify, it might be 0, 6, 8 or … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere 42024

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England, 1979 An absolutely amazing pipe of the absolutely classical bent shape and absolutely comfortable size (Dunhill’s Group 4 pipes fit great both the aromatic and oriental (English) tobacco smokers’ needs) made by absolutely luxury manufacturer at the absolutely lucky … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere 11781, 1979

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England, 1979 In the beginning Dunhill created Bruyere. And several years (1910-1917) it was the single brand made by the company of a firm and dense Calabrian briar. And though pre WWII “bruyeres” were marked just by a letter “A” … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere ODA N806

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England, 1972 The first Dunhill OD pipes (where OD stands for “Own Design”) were created long time ago in 1920s and they definitely weren’t a regular production series examples, rather some rare and therefore highly collectable quaint and oversized creatures. … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere 914

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England, 1972 In the beginning Dunhill created Bruyere. And several years (1910-1917) it was the single brand made by the company of a firm and dense Calabrian briar. And though pre WWII “bruyeres” were marked just by a letter “A” … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere 44532

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England, 1970 In the beginning Dunhill created Bruyere. And several years (1910-1917) it was the single brand made by the company of a firm and dense Calabrian briar. And though pre WWII “bruyeres” were marked just by a letter “A” … Continued