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|'''[[Lakatosh]]'''||John Lakatosh; New Columbia, PA
 
|'''[[Lakatosh]]'''||John Lakatosh; New Columbia, PA
 
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|'''Larsen'''||Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN. See '''[[Senlar]]'''.
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|'''[[Lamb Pipes]]'''||Ken Lamb, amateur pipe maker, tooling, and cabinets;
 
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|'''LaRue'''||Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA. See '''[[Whidbey Islander Pipes]]'''.
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|'''Lark'''||Brand from [[M. Linkman & Co.]], connected to [[Dr. Grabow]], from the same maker
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|'''[[Larsen]]'''||Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN. See '''[[Senlar]]'''.
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|'''[[LaRue]]'''||Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA. See '''[[Whidbey Islander Pipes]]'''.
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|'''[[Lassen]]'''||Made by Albert Gold; Wichita, Kansas
 
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|'''[[Laughingmoon Pipes]]'''||Robert Vacher; Litchfield, CA.
 
|'''[[Laughingmoon Pipes]]'''||Robert Vacher; Litchfield, CA.
 
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|'''Lazy S Pipes'''||'''[[R.C. Sands]]'''; Reynoldsburg, OH
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|'''[[Richard Lawton|Lawton, Richard]]'''||Briar Art Pipes; Port Orchard, Washington
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|'''[[Layton Pipes]]'''||Clark Layton; Pennsylvania.
 
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|'''LDG'''||Larry D. '''[[Goff]]
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|'''[[Lazy S Pipes]]'''||'''[[R.C. Sands]]'''; Reynoldsburg, OH
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|'''[[LDG]]'''||Larry D. '''[[Goff]]
 
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|'''[[Learned]]'''||Samuel Learned; York, PA.
 
|'''[[Learned]]'''||Samuel Learned; York, PA.
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|'''[[Lee]]'''||Lee; New York City.  
 
|'''[[Lee]]'''||Lee; New York City.  
 
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|'''Leese'''||Jack Leese; New York City. See '''[[Air-Vent]]'''.
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|'''[[Leese]]'''||Jack Leese; New York City. See '''[[Air-Vent]]'''.
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|'''[[Ledone]]'''||Lucille and Ralph Ledone; Appleton, WI
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|'''Leonard Pipe Shop'''||[[Arthur Leonard]]; Portland OR
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|'''Leonessa'''||Inexpensive brand by [[James Norman Ltd.]]
 
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|'''[[LePeltier]]'''||LePeltier Pipes; East Fairfield, VT
 
|'''[[LePeltier]]'''||LePeltier Pipes; East Fairfield, VT
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|'''Levin, Barry'''||see [[LPI]]
 
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|'''[[Lewis]]'''||Rich Lewis; Minneapolis, MN
 
|'''[[Lewis]]'''||Rich Lewis; Minneapolis, MN
 
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|'''[[LHS]]'''||L. & H. Stern Pipe Making Company; Brooklyn, NY
 
|'''[[LHS]]'''||L. & H. Stern Pipe Making Company; Brooklyn, NY
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|'''[[Ligne Bretagne]]'''||Brand of hand finished pipes by [[Trever Talbert]]
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|'''[[Light]]'''||Dennis Light; Toledo, OH
 
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|'''[[Lindner]]'''||Michael Lindner; Rochester Hills, MI
 
|'''[[Lindner]]'''||Michael Lindner; Rochester Hills, MI
 
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|'''Linkman'''||'''[[M. Linkman & Co.]]''' (MLC); Chicago, IL.
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|'''[[M. Linkman & Co.|Linkman]]'''||'''[[M. Linkman & Co.]]''' (MLC); Chicago, IL.
 
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|'''[[Lips Pipeworks]]'''||Thomas J. Lips; Portland, OR
 
|'''[[Lips Pipeworks]]'''||Thomas J. Lips; Portland, OR
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|'''[[Steve Liskey]]'''||San Bernadino, CA
 
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|'''[[LOG]]'''||???
 
|'''[[LOG]]'''||???
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|'''[[Longrie]]'''||Earl J. Longrie; Milwaukee, WI. 1930's
 
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|'''[[Lord Davenport Pipes]]'''||Lord Davenport Pipes Ltd.; New York City. Known from the 1940's.
 
|'''[[Lord Davenport Pipes]]'''||Lord Davenport Pipes Ltd.; New York City. Known from the 1940's.
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|'''[[Loscalzo Pipes]]'''||Craig A. Loscalzo; Lexington, KY.
 
|'''[[Loscalzo Pipes]]'''||Craig A. Loscalzo; Lexington, KY.
 
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|'''Lou's'''||'''[[Lou's Tobacco Bar]]''', Madison, WI.
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|'''Lou, Don'''||See [[Don-Lou]]; Brooklyn, NY
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|'''[[Lou's]]'''||'''[[Lou's Tobacco Bar]]''', Madison, WI.
 
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|'''[[LPI]]'''||Barry Levin († 1994); ? VT
 
|'''[[LPI]]'''||Barry Levin († 1994); ? VT
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|'''[[Lucky H Pipes]]'''||Chris L. Hendrick; Pearland, TX.
 
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|'''[[Luna Pipes]]'''||Tom Johnson, Bothell (Seattle), WA.
 
|'''[[Luna Pipes]]'''||Tom Johnson, Bothell (Seattle), WA.
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|'''[[Lyon Pipe]]||Lyon, Chas. H., b.1862, d.1947 s.1920; Salt Lake City, UT
 
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|'''[[M.E. Stone Pipes]]'''||M.E. Stone
 
|'''[[M.E. Stone Pipes]]'''||M.E. Stone
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|'''M&L'''||[[Moss & Lowenhaupt]]
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|'''[[Mars]]||An unusual system pipe manufacture by Otto Sevic
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|'''[[Mack]]'''||Tom Mack; pipes in oak, walnut, and cherry
 
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|'''[[Malaga Pipe Company]]'''||Also mentioned as '''Malaga Briarworks'''. G. Khoubesser (1939), Emanual "Manny" Khoubesser. Royal Oak, MI.
 
|'''[[Malaga Pipe Company]]'''||Also mentioned as '''Malaga Briarworks'''. G. Khoubesser (1939), Emanual "Manny" Khoubesser. Royal Oak, MI.
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|'''[[Marchetti Pipes]]'''||Phil DeFant; Brooklyn, MI.
 
|'''[[Marchetti Pipes]]'''||Phil DeFant; Brooklyn, MI.
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|'''Margroum, Jim'''||'''see [[Mr. Groum]]'''; Hanover, PA
 
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|'''[[Mariner]]'''||Joe Mariner (ret.); Napa, CA
 
|'''[[Mariner]]'''||Joe Mariner (ret.); Napa, CA
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|'''[[Mark Stewart]]'''||Mark Stewart († 2015); Brevard, North Carolina (www.pipecraft.org, now closed)
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|'''[[Markle, Ernie]]'''||'''[[Ernie Markle Pipes]]'''; Scottsdale, AZ
 
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|'''[[Marks]]'''||Andrew Marks; Middlebury, VT
 
|'''[[Marks]]'''||Andrew Marks; Middlebury, VT
 
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|'''Martin'''||'''[[Sam Martin]]''' († 1992); Little Rock, AR
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|'''Maro'''||Brand of [[Hollco International]]
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|'''Marshall Field & Co.'''||Likely a [[Comoy's]] or [[Orlik]] second; Chicago, IL
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|'''Martin, Sam'''||'''see [[Sam Martin]]''' († 1992); Little Rock, AR
 
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| ||[[Image:MartinS_07.jpg|50px]] | [[Image:MartinS_08.jpg|50px]] |  
 
| ||[[Image:MartinS_07.jpg|50px]] | [[Image:MartinS_08.jpg|50px]] |  
 
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| ||'''Thomas Martin'''; Beverly, MA. See '''[[TM Pipes]]'''.
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|'''Martin, Thomas'''||'''See [[TM Pipes]]'''; Beverly, MA.
 
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|'''[[Martin Pipe Company]]'''||Hal Silverstein († 2003)
 
|'''[[Martin Pipe Company]]'''||Hal Silverstein († 2003)
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|'''[[Marxman]]'''||Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
 
|'''[[Marxman]]'''||Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
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|'''[[Masterbilt]]'''|| ?? e.g., rustic billiard ~Custombilt, supreme on stem
 
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|'''[[Mastercraft]]'''||Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
 
|'''[[Mastercraft]]'''||Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
 
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|'''Mayflower'''||'''[[National Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; Jersey City, NJ.
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|'''[[Matt Van Pipes]]'''||Matt Van; Chokoloskee, Florida
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|'''[[Mayflower]]'''||'''[[National Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; Jersey City, NJ.
 
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|'''[[McBride]]'''||Mac McBride (ret./† ?); ?, CA
 
|'''[[McBride]]'''||Mac McBride (ret./† ?); ?, CA
 
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|'''McCranie Pipes'''||Private label brand of McCranie's; Charlotte, NC. Made by Tonino [[Jacono]] and Bill [[Ashton]]-Taylor.
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|'''McArris'''||Brand made for [[McCranie's]] by [[Ashton]]
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|'''[[McCranie's]]'''||Made by [[Ashton]]
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|'''McCranie Pipes'''||Private label brand of [[McCranie's]]; Charlotte, NC. Made by Tonino [[Jacono]] and Bill [[Ashton]]-Taylor.
 
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|'''[[McCravey]]'''||W.L. McCravey (ret./† ?); Sunnyside, WA
 
|'''[[McCravey]]'''||W.L. McCravey (ret./† ?); Sunnyside, WA
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|'''[[McGuire]]'''||? McGuire (ret./† ?)
 
|'''[[McGuire]]'''||? McGuire (ret./† ?)
 
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|'''McNulty'''||Brian McNulty; Culver City, CA. See '''[[Anima Pipes]]'''
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|'''[[McLary]]'''|||Dave McLary; Ingalls, IN
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|'''[[Anima Pipes|McNulty, Brian]]'''||Brian McNulty; Culver City, CA., '''[[Anima Pipes]]'''
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|'''[[Medici]]'''||Collaboration between [[Todd Johnson]] and Sykes Wilford (Smokingpipes.com)
 
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|'''[[Medico]]'''||'''[[S.M. Frank]]'''; Peekskill, NY
 
|'''[[Medico]]'''||'''[[S.M. Frank]]'''; Peekskill, NY
 
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|'''[[Mehaffey]]'''||E.A. Mehaffey; Wheaton, MD
 
|'''[[Mehaffey]]'''||E.A. Mehaffey; Wheaton, MD
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|'''[[Mesa Woodsman]]'''||Hugo Mesa (ret./† ?)
 
 
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|'''[[MelloPure]]'''||Dr. Harry Paine
 
|'''[[MelloPure]]'''||Dr. Harry Paine
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|'''Melrose'''||'''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
 
|'''Melrose'''||'''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
 
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|'''Mermet'''||'''[[Andre Mermet]]'''; New York City, New York & San Francisco, CA
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|'''[[Andre Mermet|Mermet]]'''||'''[[Andre Mermet]]'''; New York City, New York & San Francisco, CA
 
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| ||'''[[Jimmy Mermet]]'''; San Francisco, CA
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|'''[[Jimmy Mermet]]'''||San Francisco, CA
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|'''[[Mesa Woodsman]]'''||Hugo Mesa (ret./† ?)
 
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|'''[[Mickles]]'''||Clarence Mickles (†), Park Forest, IL
 
|'''[[Mickles]]'''||Clarence Mickles (†), Park Forest, IL
 
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|'''[[Micoli]]'''||Robert Eugene "Mic" Burns (ret.), Long Beach, CA
 
|'''[[Micoli]]'''||Robert Eugene "Mic" Burns (ret.), Long Beach, CA
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|'''[[Milan Bros.]]'''||Roanoke, Virginia
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|'''Milano'''||Brand from the 1930s belonging to [[William Demuth Company]] Possibly in partnership with [[Savinelli]]
 
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|'''[[Milton]]'''||Herb Milton (ret./† ?); Margate, FL
 
|'''[[Milton]]'''||Herb Milton (ret./† ?); Margate, FL
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|'''[[Missouri Meerschaum]]'''||Missouri Meerschaum Company; Washington, MO
 
|'''[[Missouri Meerschaum]]'''||Missouri Meerschaum Company; Washington, MO
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|'''[[Mission Briar]]'''||Brand created in 1941 using Manzanita wood, due to difficulty in getting briar.
 
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|'''[[Mock]]'''||Don Mock (†)
 
|'''[[Mock]]'''||Don Mock (†)
 
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|'''[[Monarch]]'''|| Monarch Pipe Co. Tulsa Ok.
 
|'''[[Monarch]]'''|| Monarch Pipe Co. Tulsa Ok.
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|'''Monstrosity Pipes'''||See [[Olie Sylvester]]; Atlanta, GA
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|'''[[Monterey]]'''||Pipe line made by [[Kaywoodie]] out of [[Mission Briar]]
 
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|'''[[Montgomery]] Handmade Pipes'''||Jeremiah W. Montgomery; Hollidaysburg, PA
 
|'''[[Montgomery]] Handmade Pipes'''||Jeremiah W. Montgomery; Hollidaysburg, PA
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|'''[[Moonshine Pipes]]'''||Jonathan Lavezzo; Charlottesville, Virginia
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|'''[[Moon Valley Pipe Works]]'''||Cody Easom; Boise Idaho
 
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|'''[[Morgan Pipes]]'''||Chris Morgan; San Jose, CA
 
|'''[[Morgan Pipes]]'''||Chris Morgan; San Jose, CA
 
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|'''Morrisette, Steve'''||see [[Steve Morrisette Pipes]]  
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|'''[[Morrisette, Steve]]'''||Steve Morrisette; Nashville, Tennessee
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|'''Moss & Lowenhaupt'''||Factory based in St. Louis, their machinery bought by Jack Hamburg Jr. of [[Jack's Handmade Pipes]]
 
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|'''[[Mr. Groum]]'''||James H. Margroum (†); Hanover, PA
 
|'''[[Mr. Groum]]'''||James H. Margroum (†); Hanover, PA
 
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|'''[[Mr. Paul's Pipes]]'''||Paul Speaks (ret./† ?); Baltimore, MD
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|'''[[Mr. Paul's Pipes]]'''||Paul Speaks (ret./† ?); Baltimore, MD.
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|'''Mr. Paul's Pipes'''||Lopes states it is a division of Action Industries, Inc, and that Paul Gourley also signs his pipes Mr. Paul.
 
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|'''[[Murado]]'''||John Murado
 
|'''[[Murado]]'''||John Murado

Latest revision as of 21:06, 11 August 2019

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Laird Ted Laird; Brooklyn Park, MN
Lakatosh John Lakatosh; New Columbia, PA
Lamb Pipes Ken Lamb, amateur pipe maker, tooling, and cabinets;
Lark Brand from M. Linkman & Co., connected to Dr. Grabow, from the same maker
Larsen Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN. See Senlar.
LaRue Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA. See Whidbey Islander Pipes.
Lassen Made by Albert Gold; Wichita, Kansas
Laughingmoon Pipes Robert Vacher; Litchfield, CA.
Lawton, Richard Briar Art Pipes; Port Orchard, Washington
Layton Pipes Clark Layton; Pennsylvania.
Lazy S Pipes R.C. Sands; Reynoldsburg, OH
LDG Larry D. Goff
Learned Samuel Learned; York, PA.
Leedy Tom Leedy; Clayton, OH.
Lee Lee; New York City.
Leese Jack Leese; New York City. See Air-Vent.
Ledone Lucille and Ralph Ledone; Appleton, WI
Leonard Pipe Shop Arthur Leonard; Portland OR
Leonessa Inexpensive brand by James Norman Ltd.
LePeltier LePeltier Pipes; East Fairfield, VT
Levin, Barry see LPI
Lewis Rich Lewis; Minneapolis, MN
LHS L. & H. Stern Pipe Making Company; Brooklyn, NY
Ligne Bretagne Brand of hand finished pipes by Trever Talbert
Light Dennis Light; Toledo, OH
Lindner Michael Lindner; Rochester Hills, MI
Linkman M. Linkman & Co. (MLC); Chicago, IL.
Lips Pipeworks Thomas J. Lips; Portland, OR
Steve Liskey San Bernadino, CA
LOG ???
Longrie Earl J. Longrie; Milwaukee, WI. 1930's
Lord Davenport Pipes Lord Davenport Pipes Ltd.; New York City. Known from the 1940's.
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Loscalzo Pipes Craig A. Loscalzo; Lexington, KY.
Lou, Don See Don-Lou; Brooklyn, NY
Lou's Lou's Tobacco Bar, Madison, WI.
LPI Barry Levin († 1994); ? VT
Lucky H Pipes Chris L. Hendrick; Pearland, TX.
Luna Pipes Tom Johnson, Bothell (Seattle), WA.
Lynch O.E. Lynch
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Lyon Pipe Lyon, Chas. H., b.1862, d.1947 s.1920; Salt Lake City, UT
[[]]
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M. Linkman & Co. MLC; Chicago, IL
M.E. Stone Pipes M.E. Stone
M&L Moss & Lowenhaupt
Mars An unusual system pipe manufacture by Otto Sevic
Mack Tom Mack; pipes in oak, walnut, and cherry
Malaga Pipe Company Also mentioned as Malaga Briarworks. G. Khoubesser (1939), Emanual "Manny" Khoubesser. Royal Oak, MI.
Manges Rick Manges; Midland, MI
Manhattan Briar Pipe Co. See S.M. Frank.
Marchetti Pipes Phil DeFant; Brooklyn, MI.
Margroum, Jim see Mr. Groum; Hanover, PA
Mariner Joe Mariner (ret.); Napa, CA
Mark Stewart Mark Stewart († 2015); Brevard, North Carolina (www.pipecraft.org, now closed)
Markle, Ernie Ernie Markle Pipes; Scottsdale, AZ
Marks Andrew Marks; Middlebury, VT
Maro Brand of Hollco International
Marshall Field & Co. Likely a Comoy's or Orlik second; Chicago, IL
Martin, Sam see Sam Martin († 1992); Little Rock, AR
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Martin, Thomas See TM Pipes; Beverly, MA.
Martin Pipe Company Hal Silverstein († 2003)
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Marxman Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
Masterbilt ?? e.g., rustic billiard ~Custombilt, supreme on stem
Mastercraft Robert L. Marx († 1992); New York City
Matt Van Pipes Matt Van; Chokoloskee, Florida
Mayflower National Briar Pipe Co.; Jersey City, NJ.
McBride Mac McBride (ret./† ?); ?, CA
McArris Brand made for McCranie's by Ashton
McCranie's Made by Ashton
McCranie Pipes Private label brand of McCranie's; Charlotte, NC. Made by Tonino Jacono and Bill Ashton-Taylor.
McCravey W.L. McCravey (ret./† ?); Sunnyside, WA
McGuire ? McGuire (ret./† ?)
McLary Dave McLary; Ingalls, IN
McNulty, Brian Brian McNulty; Culver City, CA., Anima Pipes
Medici Collaboration between Todd Johnson and Sykes Wilford (Smokingpipes.com)
Medico S.M. Frank; Peekskill, NY
Mehaffey E.A. Mehaffey; Wheaton, MD
MelloPure Dr. Harry Paine
Melrose Kaufman Brothers & Bondy; New York City.
Mermet Andre Mermet; New York City, New York & San Francisco, CA
Jimmy Mermet San Francisco, CA
Mesa Woodsman Hugo Mesa (ret./† ?)
Mickles Clarence Mickles (†), Park Forest, IL
Micoli Robert Eugene "Mic" Burns (ret.), Long Beach, CA
Milan Bros. Roanoke, Virginia
Milano Brand from the 1930s belonging to William Demuth Company Possibly in partnership with Savinelli
Milton Herb Milton (ret./† ?); Margate, FL
Mincer Tracy Mincer († 1966). Custom-Bilt, The Doodler. Indianapolis, IN.
Missouri Meerschaum Missouri Meerschaum Company; Washington, MO
Mission Briar Brand created in 1941 using Manzanita wood, due to difficulty in getting briar.
Mock Don Mock (†)
Monarch Monarch Pipe Co. Tulsa Ok.
Monstrosity Pipes See Olie Sylvester; Atlanta, GA
Monterey Pipe line made by Kaywoodie out of Mission Briar
Montgomery Handmade Pipes Jeremiah W. Montgomery; Hollidaysburg, PA
Moonshine Pipes Jonathan Lavezzo; Charlottesville, Virginia
Moon Valley Pipe Works Cody Easom; Boise Idaho
Morgan Pipes Chris Morgan; San Jose, CA
Morrisette, Steve Steve Morrisette; Nashville, Tennessee
Moss & Lowenhaupt Factory based in St. Louis, their machinery bought by Jack Hamburg Jr. of Jack's Handmade Pipes
Mr. Groum James H. Margroum (†); Hanover, PA
Mr. Paul's Pipes Paul Speaks (ret./† ?); Baltimore, MD.
Mr. Paul's Pipes Lopes states it is a division of Action Industries, Inc, and that Paul Gourley also signs his pipes Mr. Paul.
Murado John Murado
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