BARBIC # 459 Bartlett & Bickley, Piccadily, London
▲ Bentley, Real Briar
The original boxes coming along with these Bentley pipes seem to testify to a Kaywoodie second.
See also: Willmer's Bentley
pipe line, Bentley
Former's danish brand
▲ Blatter Bros (gothic), Make, Montreal, Selected, 51.77
Blatter & Blatter Inc.
Pipemakers since 1907
Artisan: Robert Blatter
▲ (Left side) Comfort, Finest Briar (Right side) Foreign
▲ Corsica, Giants, 60601
Corsica is a brand of Henri Vuillard
(Saint Claude) not to be confused with E. Vuillard
& Cie (Saint Claude)
▲ (Left side) Dr Plumb, Regular
(Right side) London / St Claude, 711
Brand created in 1925 in Saint-Claude (France). The Dr Plumb production was run by the Ruchon & Verguet
and also Ropp
The brand now belongs to the English Cadogan group.
▲ (Underside) G. Peevey, Apr.17.03
(Underside) A5 (in circle) HT & HW
▲ Haddon Hall, De Luxe, Made in London, England, 36
▲ The dot on the stem may be discolorated since pipes of this brand display red dots too.
▲ (Left side) Aladdin, LHS (in Diamond)
▲ (Bottom right
side) LHS (In diamond) Sculpured Purex
▲ (On top of the
According to Wilczak & Colwell (op.
) PENN would be a English brand by Albert Pengally Ltd (or "Pengelly").
▲ (Left side) Portland, Bruyere Garantie (Underside) Italy
Although this pipe was crafted in Italy, Wilczak & Colwell (op. cit.
) and J.M. Lopes (op. cit.
) both refer to an English origin of this brand: Portland Pipe Co
. After closing down of this company Barling
produced some of its brands.
See also Portland by BB&S
▲ (On top) NCLR (in oval)
Raganella, La Raganella, Non Canta La Raganella, NCRL
See also: Anselmi
▲ (Left side) Ser Jacopo, Fatta a Mano, in Italia
(Right side) Per Aspera ad Astra
(Underside) 12 (in circle)
▲ Coral dot (Corallium rubrum). This is a former logo discontinued in the 80ties.
The color of the coral may vary.
▲ Trafalgar, Special Briar
According to Wilczak & Colwell, op. cit.
this brand could be a Charatan
or a Butz-Choquin
sub-brand. The second possibility seems improbable: a French maker wouldn't name a pipe after such a French defeat.
▲ (Underside) Tsuge Yamato, 501, Hand Made in Japan
Tsuge Pipe Company Ltd.
The company was founded by Kyoichiro Tsuge (1910 - Nov 2010 †). The traditional classic shape pipes are machine-made. The Ikebana line is hand-made.
▲ Universale, Brevettata, Superigienica, 3
▲ (Top side) Super Delicous
(Under side) Wally Frank, LTD.
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