Apr 20, 2013
▲ (Left side) de canori
(Right side) de luxe, 807
▲ De La Concha, London Made, Made in England, 62
Adress: 6th Avenue, (betw. 56th and 57th Sts.), New York.
▲ DeJarnett, Handmade in Arizona, 6550
▲ [Cactus] DeJarnett, 0310, Algerian Briar, [Eagle]
▲ 0310: 3rd pipe carved in 2010
Artisan: Horace DeJarnett
Highest grade: AAA
Second highest grade : [Eagle]
Founded by Alberto Del Grano
▲ No markings on the shank
▲ This pipe from 1911 attests to the French Delacour society activities in Great Britain. The [A.D] [J.D] hallmarks respectively stand for Auguste DELACOUR and Joseph DELACOUR trading as DELACOUR BROTHERS LTD. The lid of the pipe is missing.
▲ Delacour, Diamant, St Claude
▲ (Left side) Havanna, Special (Right side) Delacour
Delacour pipes were crafted in the St Claude (14 bis rue Carnot
) factory. The brand was founded in the late 19th century by Alix Delacour
and owned a subsidiary company in London. Their activities stopped in the late 1950s.
▲ (Top side) Demuth, Lancaster. PA (Bottom side) 99, Meerschaum, Inner Bowl
Demuth's Tobacco Shop is still (2010) in the original building, 114 E. King St., where the company started 1770 in Lancaster (Pennsylvania). In 1986, the shop was sold by Demuth family member Dorothea Demuth to the Demuth Foundation.
Note: Lancaster County is the place where the first sizable Amish group settled about 1720 - 1730 in USA.
Do not confuse this tobacconist label with the William Demuth Pipe Company (WDC).
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