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    I forgot to mention Svendborgs last time I posted they are also great Danish pipes.

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    Personal favorite pipe brand names..?

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    I need to add more vintage British pipes to the collection over the next couple of years. So far, I have one (1), the BBB "Own Make Virgin" Canadian and what a fine pipe it is! I'll be looking for all pre-merger pipes from Orlik, Comoy, GBD, and BBB, the best that I can get, at a price that I can afford.
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    My favorite shape is easily the pot.

    I seem to have a preference for the threaded-tenon Grabows and GBD's. Charatan makes a very nice pot. I have one Dunhill pot and a couple of Barlings.

    In terms of a artisan pipe maker, I am smoking a BST pot as I type this, and that is what I will recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    I need to add more vintage British pipes to the collection over the next couple of years. So far, I have one (1), the BBB "Own Make Virgin" Canadian and what a fine pipe it is! I'll be looking for all pre-merger pipes from Orlik, Comoy, GBD, and BBB, the best that I can get, at a price that I can afford.
    I've noticed the old British pipes go for a fair bit more in the states. Might be worth looking on eBay uk, Russ.
    Even with the postage, I'm sure you'd get a better deal. William of estatepipesdenmark has a good selection of BBB's I've noticed, as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    I've noticed the old British pipes go for a fair bit more in the states. Might be worth looking on eBay uk, Russ.
    Even with the postage, I'm sure you'd get a better deal. William of estatepipesdenmark has a good selection of BBB's I've noticed, as well.
    I heartliy agree and his prices are fair too.
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    Old thread, I know, but Carsten Andersen has some very nice vintage Dunhills that have been beautifully restored for very reasonable prices. You can find Carsten on both Facebook and Instagram.


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