▲ Blatter Bros., Montreal
This pipe was carved during the "factory period" (before 1964) but it was marked with a green dot
which only appeared in 1964 and was continued untill 1967. After 1968 Blatter pipes were marked with the red dot. The stamping corresponds to a period
ranging from mid 70ies to
More about Blatter markings...
Blatter & Blatter Inc. Pipemakers since 1907 Artisan: Robert Blatter
▲ Real Briar, Foreign (In diamond), Blue Spot, Regd. No. 8732445
The spot may be discolored
▲ Clairmont, Handmade, Italy
▲ (Left side) Freshman
(On top near stem) Made in France
▲ GSC USA
Artisan: Gregory S. Clemons
▲ Indrwicks, Founded 1797
Inderwick & Co was founded in the early 19th century by John Inderwick. The warehouse was situated 58 Princes St, Leicester Sqr, London
▲ (Left side) Middleton (Arched), Selbur, Bruyere
(Right side) Made in England (In circle)
▲ This is a pre-WWII churchwarden pipe.
▲ P.G.C. HAJENIUS, Amsterdam, Bluespot
House brand of the amsterdamer tobacconist. The rear area of the shop makes a place for a tobacco museum and library, along with a lounge where customers can order drinks and relax with their favorite smoke.
Address: Rokin 92-96 1012 KZ Amsterdam
▲ (Left side in diamond)
Finest, Pall - Mall, Bruyere
▲ The dot on the stem is supposed to be light blue.
Pall Mall is a street in the City of Westminster, London renowned for being the home to various gentlemen's clubs and specialy the Diogenes Club a fictional club created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Phileas Fogg ("Around the World in Eighty Days" J. Vernes) was member of the Reform Club in the same street.
▲ (Left side) Paronelli (Right side) Sardinian, [star] Briar
▲ (Left side)
▲ Pre-transition, 1919 - 1924. One dot on top of the stem
(Left side) Sasieni, London Made, PAT. N° 150221/20
(Right side) 30
In the context of the Sasieni/Dunhill trial and according to Stephan Smith:
"In an initial attempt to comply with US patent law, Sasieni moved the one blue dot to the side of the pipe. This unfortunately didn't do the trick, and only a few side dot Sasieni's were ever made, which are now extremely rare and collectible."
▲ Transition period, 1979 - 1986
(Left side) Claret, London Made, By Sasieni
(Right side) Made in England (Arched) 38
▲ Transition period, One dot, 1979 - 1986
The Alternative, London made, by Sasieni
(Left) England (Right) ▲
▲ SCHOENLEBER Hand Made Imported Briar 5 Blue dot
▲ (Left side) The Carlyle Pipe
(Right side) Made in England (In circle) 164P
▲ (Left side) Pipe of the Month
(Right side, top) Sweet Root
(Right side, bottom) Wally Frank LTD.
▲ Each member of Wally Frank's "The Pipe of the Month Club" received a brand new pipe in the mail once a month.
(Left side) Wilhelm Tell, Bruyere
(Right side) 301
▲ Wilkinson, Imported Briar Blue dot ▲
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