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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    An early-1920s Sasieni One Dot shape 33 ...



    Same shape (not sure about size), but interestingly, it does not have the beveled rim.
    Beautiful pipe, Anthony! Just out of curiosity, did the One Dots have a dot or has it been re-stemmed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    Beautiful pipe, Anthony! Just out of curiosity, did the One Dots have a dot or has it been re-stemmed?
    The pale blue dot is on the top of the stem, Russ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    The pale blue dot is on the top of the stem, Russ.

    Got it! Thanks, Anthony. I see One Dot and Two dot pipes come up for sale, but from what I understand, the Two Dots seem to have a long history beyond the Family Era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    Got it! Thanks, Anthony. I see One Dot and Two dot pipes come up for sale, but from what I understand, the Two Dots seem to have a long history beyond the Family Era.
    It's all about the patent stamp, Russ. US patented One Dots were introduced around 1920 gone by 1925 when they were replaced by the Four Dot. If I recall correctly, they continued on for some time in the European market but I might be mistaken about that. I'm sure someone will correct me if I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    It's all about the patent stamp, Russ. US patented One Dots were introduced around 1920 gone by 1925 when they were replaced by the Four Dot. If I recall correctly, they continued on for some time in the European market but I might be mistaken about that. I'm sure someone will correct me if I am.
    Sasieni did not sell many pipes in Europe, the production was for USA mainly. Unknown here until the 70ties when a shop took
    home a dozen or so in different grades after Alfred left.
    Brian in the Peterson shop in Dublin once told me, that they have had them. They were sold to Americans.

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