The Guildhall London Pipe 164

The Guildhall London Pipe 164

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England, 1950-70s

There was a legend about a white spot, which was made out of a whole elephant. That is why all pipes with the white spot are so expensive. Perhaps these three aluminium stripes on Guildhall pipes were made from German bombers which were shot-down over London. And as far as there were no lack of damaged bombers Guildhall pipes were sold for quite acceptable price.

But let’s stop joking! We are proud to present this wonderful and comfortable Comoy’s made Guildhall apple from 1950-s. It’s in a great condition, the shape is excellent. The pipe can “sit” on a desk and promise many years of tasty and relaxing smoking.

The markings are “The Guildhall London Pipe”, “Made in London England” and “164B”. The pipe is 13.2 cm long, 3.8 cm tall and weights 25 gr. The bowl’s external diameter is 2.8 cm, inner – 2.0 cm, inner depth – 3.3 cm. Briar, vulcanite stem, 9 mm filter.


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