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H & B

(Hirschl & Bendheim)
USA
Corn cob pipes

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Washington Missouri U.S.A.

H & B

Corn cob pipes

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Established 1871

H & B

Washington Missouri

Toasted

Made in U.S.A.

Pipes made of misc. woods

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Andrew Jackson (Arched)

H & B

Washington Missouri, U.S.A.

Both bowl and shank of this pipe seem to be made of Hickory wood.
Corn cob pipes

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Toasted & Broken In

Irvin S. Cobb

H & B

Washington MO, U.S.A.

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Toasted & Broken In

Irvin S. Cobb

H & B

Washington MO, U.S.A.

"Irvin S. Cobb" is a line of Hirschl & Bendheim (H&B)

no logo on the stem

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Sweetheart

H & B

Washington MO, U.S.A.

The firm had its own factory in Washington (MO) and was Missouri Meerschaum's Co (M.M.) strongest competitor. The company motto, "From Father to Son Since 1871" accompanied its trademark-letterhead for 120 years, until H & B was bought out by M.M. in the early 1990s.

H.P.S.

See Perkins

H.R.H.

Sasieni
England
Brands with several letters logo

(Left side)

H.R.H.

Own Briar

(Right side)

Made in England, 541

The stem logo and the markings of this pipe undoubtedly turn it into a version of the Sasieni's "His Royal Highness" sub-brand. All it takes to be convinced is to display a version stamped "Sasieni Made".

H.T.L

or HTL
 
Brands with pipe logo

 (Left side) H.T.L   (Right side) Made in London, England, 201
Similar logo: Almanac

Haddon Hall

 
Brands with one red dot logo

  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.

Hall of Fame

 
Brands with an unique letter logo

 (Left side Hall of Fame
 (Right side Made in England (Arched), 4
Same logo: Atwood
Brands with a vegetal logo

 (Left side) Hall of Fame, Saint Claude
(Right side) Made in France
  Given its stampings, this pipe probably isn't crafted in the same workshop than the former.

Hallmark

Briarcraft
 USA
  (Left side) B (In Diamond) Hallmark
  (Right side) Aged Imported Briar

Hamilton

KB&B
 USA

 

  KBB (In clover), Hamilton (Arched), Italian Bruyére
See also (same logo in blue): Dorset

Hampton Court

 England
Brands with a spot or disk logo

  Hampton Court, Made in England, 35 c

Hangaard

(Svend): See Svend Hangaard

Hans & Fred Brandt

 Denmark

no logo on the stem

 (On top)

― BRANDT ―

(Underside)

― Handcut in Denmark ―

― 70 ―

[Star symbol]

The shape and the stampings of this pipe seems to correspond to a piece carved by Hans Brandt . His son Fred Brandt who is an architect carves pipes too.

no logo on the stem

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― FRED. BRANDT ―

― Straight Grain ―

― Handcut in Denmark ―

Pipe by Fred Brandt. The markings differ from those of his father Hans by a "FRED." addition
Artisans: Hans Brandt and his son Fred. Hans Brandt was himself the son of Frederik Brandt who used to carve pipes stamped with his initials "FBR".

Hansen

See

Hansen Briar

Denmark

no logo on the stem

(Left side)

Hansen Briar Handmade

(Near the stem)

Made in Denmark

Hansen Briar is a brand of Poul Hansen

Harcourt

England  Denmark
Brands with animal logo

▲ (Left side)  B 7415 Harcourt (Right side Made in England
Anglo-Danish brand whose pipes were made by Nording and Preben Holm in the 1960s for the US distributor Lane Ltd. In the 1970s these pipes were crafted for Dunhill at Preben Holm's workshop.

Harlekin

 Sweden
Brands with animal logo

Brands with pipe logo

 (On top) Harlekin, 3 Pat (On Bottom) Sweden

A brand of the Skandinaviska Pipfabriken.

See also: Bromma or Dollar

Harrington Park

 USA
Brands with a vegetal logo

 

  (Left side) Harrington Park
  (Right side) Algerian Briar, Made in France
Brand sold by Hudson Universal Pipes (Wilczak & Colwell, op. cit.)
Similar logos: Duke of Kent, Omega, Thomas
Others fleur-de-lis logos: Ajustomatic, Cellini, Fleur de Lis, Vincenzo Lombardi

Hartmann

Hans
 Denmark

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Hartmann, Design

Hand made in Denmark  (circular)

Artisan: Hans Hartmann (retired artisan) used to sell his pipe in the Pipe-Dan shop at the begining of his carreer.
Hans Hartmann 2008
Grading: from A (the best) to E followed by the cheaper lines HH1 to HH4.

Hartmann

Ludwig
Austria
Meerschaum pipes

 

(Inside case) Ludwig Hartmann [Eagle] & Eidam Wien

Meerschaum pipe fitted with a 14 Kt gold band.

N.B.: Eidam (plur. Die Eidame) is a (obsolete) German word meaning "Son-in-law".

Ludwig Hartmann was founded in 1829 and their meerschaum pipes were quite renowned considering they received the "Medaille de 1ere classe" at the Exposition Universelle, 1867 in Paris.

Harwood's

 England
Brands with animal logo

 

 (Underside) Harwood's P.Patent 27770, 141  

(On top) Synchrolip, Duke, English Made

Harwood Brothers Ltd., pipemaker in Liverpool

Hasso

 Germany

no logo on the stem

 (Underside)

― Hasso ―

― H ―

Artisan: Hasso Baudis (born 1955) was an active pipe maker from 1978 to 1983 and he produced about 1000-1100 pipes during this period. He later worked as an architect.

Hawthorne

 

 

  Hawthorne, Imported Briar

Haymarket

Loewe
 England
Brands with an encircled letter logo

 (Left side) Haymarket, London Made   (Right side Made by Loewe, 78
 Haymarket 62, London is the place where Emil Loewe established his shop and workshop in 1856. Loewe pipes were crafted there at least until the 1960's.
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