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|'''[[R.A. Ward Pipes]]'''||Robert A. Ward
 
|'''[[R.A. Ward Pipes]]'''||Robert A. Ward
 
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|'''[[R.C. Sands]]'''||R. Chuck Sands, Reynoldsburg, OH
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|'''[[RC Sands]]'''||R.C. "Chuck" Sands, Reynoldsburg, OH
 
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|'''[[RD Pipes]]'''||[[Ron Powell]]
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|'''[[R.G. Freehand Pipes]]'''||Robert Gebbie; Vancouver, WA.
 
|'''[[R.G. Freehand Pipes]]'''||Robert Gebbie; Vancouver, WA.
 
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|'''[[R.M. Perkins Pipes]]'''||Robert M. Perkins; Houston, TX
 
|'''[[R.M. Perkins Pipes]]'''||Robert M. Perkins; Houston, TX
 
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|'''[[Ram's Horn]]'''||Sidney P. Ram (ret.1942); ?, CA
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|'''[[Racine & Laramie]]'''||By Racine & Laramie Tobacconist; San Diego, CA
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|'''[[Ram's Horn]]'''||[[Sydney P. Ram]]; Chicago, IL, and possibly CA
 
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|'''[[Rampart]]'''||"Rampart by Dancol"
 
|'''[[Rampart]]'''||"Rampart by Dancol"
 
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|'''[[Random's Pipes]]'''||"Random"; Wilmington, DE
 
|'''[[Random's Pipes]]'''||"Random"; Wilmington, DE
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|'''[[Rainey]]'''||Jim Rainey
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|'''Rakowski'''||see [[Tom Rakowski]], used '''Giotto''' and known mostly for his tampers
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|'''[[Random]]'''||Woodland Park, CO, active in 2002 - 2005
 
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|'''[[Ray]]'''||Rob Ray (ret./† ?); Raleigh, NC
 
|'''[[Ray]]'''||Rob Ray (ret./† ?); Raleigh, NC
 
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|'''[[Reco]]'''||Reco Mfg. Co.; Chicago, IL
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|'''[[Reco Manufacturing Co.]]'''||Reco Mfg. Co.; Chicago, IL
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|'''Red Dot'''||North American brand from [[Whitehall]]
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|'''Redman'''||'''[[Micah Redman]]'''; Nashville, TN
 
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|'''[[Regal]]'''||Advertising pipes, made for Regal (pat. integral lighters)
 
|'''[[Regal]]'''||Advertising pipes, made for Regal (pat. integral lighters)
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|'''Regency'''||'''[[David Jones]]'''; Texarkana, TX
 
|'''Regency'''||'''[[David Jones]]'''; Texarkana, TX
 
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|'''[[Reiss-Premier Corporation]]'''||See '''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
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|'''[[Reiss-Premier Co.|Reiss-Premier Corporation]]'''||See also '''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
 
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|'''Rembrandt'''||'''[[National Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; Jersey City, NJ.
 
|'''Rembrandt'''||'''[[National Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; Jersey City, NJ.
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|'''[[Remington Pipes]]'''||'''[[Adam Remington]]'''; Portland, OR.
 
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|'''[[Renaissance Pipes]]'''||Thomas Bahder; Clarksville, MD
 
|'''[[Renaissance Pipes]]'''||Thomas Bahder; Clarksville, MD
 
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|'''[http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/logo-r1.html#rettalb Rettalb]'''||Rettalb is a anagram of "Blatter" and hence Canadian! → '''[[Blatter & Blatter]]'''
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|'''Rettalb'''||Rettalb is a anagram of "Blatter" and hence Canadian! → '''[[Blatter & Blatter]]'''
 
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|'''[[Rettke]]'''||J. Rettke, Washington MO, PAT. June 12 1962. The silver colored thumbscrew below the stem unscrews and is a 2⅜" corkscrew like device.
 
|'''[[Rettke]]'''||J. Rettke, Washington MO, PAT. June 12 1962. The silver colored thumbscrew below the stem unscrews and is a 2⅜" corkscrew like device.
 
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| ||[[Image:Rettke_1.jpg|50px]]
 
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|''' Reum, Sean'''||'''[[Reum pipes]]'''; Polson, Montana
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|'''[[Rex Walden Pipes]]'''||Rex Walden; Kerrville, TX
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|'''[[Richard Hacker]]'''||Author and pipe collector, who designed pipes for some makers
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|'''Ries'''||Brand produced by third parties for [[Iwan Ries & Co.]]
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|'''Rimkus, Nathan'''|| Los Alamos, NM See [[N.W.R. Pipes]]
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|'''Rimkus, Victor'''|| Edgewood, NM See [[Rimkus Pipes]]
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|'''[[Rimkus Pipes]]'''|| Brand Name of maker Victor Rimkus, Edgewood, NM
 
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|'''Rinaldi'''||Jon Rinaldi; Sonoita, AZ. See '''[[J. Rinaldi Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Rinaldi'''||Jon Rinaldi; Sonoita, AZ. See '''[[J. Rinaldi Pipes]]'''.
 
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|'''[[Rivendell Pipes]]'''||Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ
 
|'''[[Rivendell Pipes]]'''||Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ
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|'''[[Phil Rivara|Rivera, Phil]]'''||Sacramento, CA
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|'''Robert Bannerman'''||Canadian artisan and former Clay Pipe factory (1875-84), located in New York state, USA
 
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|'''[[Robertson]]'''||Thayne Robertson (ret./† ?); Boise, ID
 
|'''[[Robertson]]'''||Thayne Robertson (ret./† ?); Boise, ID
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|'''[[RobE's Art]]'''|| Robert Bartholomew, Kalamazoo, MI
 
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|'''[[Rocky Briar]]'''||Rocky Briar, US Patent.
 
|'''[[Rocky Briar]]'''||Rocky Briar, US Patent.
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|'''[[Rollar]]'''||Curt Rollar (ret. from pipemaking); Stroudsburg, PA
 
|'''[[Rollar]]'''||Curt Rollar (ret. from pipemaking); Stroudsburg, PA
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|'''Ronson'''||Brand of Ronson Corp., pipes with an aluminum shank
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|'''Rosa, Rev. Raymond L.'''||[[Holy Smokes]]; Marlboro, MA
 
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|'''[[Rose]]'''||Francis Rose; Culver City, CA
 
|'''[[Rose]]'''||Francis Rose; Culver City, CA
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|'''[[Royal Meerschaum Pipe Co.]]'''||Meerschaum pipe company Started in 1970; Escondido, CA
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|'''Roy Roger Webb'''||see [[Webb]]; Sevierville, TN
 
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|'''Roughriders'''||See '''[[John Allen]]'''; Ipswich, MA.
 
|'''Roughriders'''||See '''[[John Allen]]'''; Ipswich, MA.
 
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|'''[[Roush]]'''||Larry Roush; Perrysburg, OH
 
|'''[[Roush]]'''||Larry Roush; Perrysburg, OH
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|'''Royal Ascot'''||English brand of [[Duncan Briars]] sold in the US by [[Mastercraft]]
 
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|'''[[Royal Court Pipes]]'''||Glen Court (ret./† ?); South Hadley, MA.
 
|'''[[Royal Court Pipes]]'''||Glen Court (ret./† ?); South Hadley, MA.
 
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|'''Royal Duke'''||'''[[Continental Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; New York City.
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|'''Royal DeMuth'''||Brand of [[William Demuth Company]]
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|'''Royal Duke'''||'''[[Continental Briar Pipe Co.]]'''; New York City. Also used in England by [[M. Linkman & Co.]], [[Comoy's]], and [[Hardcastle]]
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|'''Royalton'''||Brand from [[M. Linkman & Co.]]
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|'''Royalton Crown'''||see '''[[Henry Leonard & Thomas Inc.]]'''
 
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|'''[[Rudal]]'''||Trent Rudal; Danville, IL
 
|'''[[Rudal]]'''||Trent Rudal; Danville, IL
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|'''[[Russ Alan Pipes]]'''||Russ Alan; Greenville, RI
 
|'''[[Russ Alan Pipes]]'''||Russ Alan; Greenville, RI
 
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|'''[[Ruth]]'''||Dennis Ruth; Des Moines, IN
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|'''[[Ruth, Dennis]]'''||Dennis Ruth; Des Moines, IA
 
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|'''Ruthenberg'''||Brian Ruthenberg; Fort Gratiot, MI. See '''[[Briar Art]]'''.
 
|'''Ruthenberg'''||Brian Ruthenberg; Fort Gratiot, MI. See '''[[Briar Art]]'''.
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|'''RVW'''||Second brand of [[Randy Wiley]]
 
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|'''[[Rylan Doyle Pipes]]'''||Rylan Doyle Bishop
 
|'''[[Rylan Doyle Pipes]]'''||Rylan Doyle Bishop
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|'''[[]]'''||
 
 
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|'''<font size="4">S</font>'''
 
|'''<font size="4">S</font>'''
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|'''[[S.M. Frank]]'''||S.M. Frank & Co. Inc.; Peekskill, NY.
 
|'''[[S.M. Frank]]'''||S.M. Frank & Co. Inc.; Peekskill, NY.
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|'''Samhara'''||[[Samhara Pipe Co.]], a 1940s brand
 
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|'''Samson'''||'''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
 
|'''Samson'''||'''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; New York City.
 
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|'''[[Sampson]]'''||Merrill G. Sampson (Aero-Kool, Spiral-Kool); Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
 
|'''[[Sampson]]'''||Merrill G. Sampson (Aero-Kool, Spiral-Kool); Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
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|'''Sanders, Dan and Amy'''||see [[Creator’s Design Pipes & Blades]]; Cedar Rapids, Iowa
 
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|'''Sands'''||'''[[Jerry Sands]]'''; ?, NC
 
|'''Sands'''||'''[[Jerry Sands]]'''; ?, NC
 
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|'''Sands'''||'''[[R.C. Sands]]''' (Lazy S Pipes); Reynoldsburg, OH
 
|'''Sands'''||'''[[R.C. Sands]]''' (Lazy S Pipes); Reynoldsburg, OH
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|'''Sander'''||Sandor [[Herskovitz]]; Flushing, NY
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|'''Santos'''||Brighton James de los Santos, see [[Brighton James Pipes]]
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|'''[[Saul Salzhauer]]'''||Pipe maker at Jelling's Cigars, Inc.; Newark, NJ
 
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|'''[[Saville]]'''||"Made in England" for G. A. '''[[Georgopulo]]'''; New York City.
 
|'''[[Saville]]'''||"Made in England" for G. A. '''[[Georgopulo]]'''; New York City.
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|'''[[Schoonmaker]]'''||Renny Schoonmaker; Clifton Park, NY.
 
|'''[[Schoonmaker]]'''||Renny Schoonmaker; Clifton Park, NY.
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|'''Schuch'''||Adolph and Louis Schuch; San Francisco, CA; Meerschaum pipe makers, 1865 (company bought by Charles Kohlman/Coleman in 1868)
 
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|'''[[Schulte]]'''||Max Schulte (†); Springfield & Maplewood, NJ
 
|'''[[Schulte]]'''||Max Schulte (†); Springfield & Maplewood, NJ
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|'''[[Scofield]]'''||Ben Scofield; Lancaster, PA
 
|'''[[Scofield]]'''||Ben Scofield; Lancaster, PA
 
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|'''Scott'''||Proprietary brand of H.R. Scott, a tobacconist formerly at Exchange Place, New York City.
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|'''Scott'''||Proprietary brand of H.R. Scott, a tobacconist formerly at 64 Exchange Place, New York City.
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|'''[[Scottspipes]]'''||Scott Klein; Elk Grove Village, IL
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|'''[[Seefeldt]]||Curt Seefeldt
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|'''[[Sellars Made Briar Pipes]]'''||Tim Sellars; Tennessee
 
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|'''[[Seman]]'''||Jim Seman; ?, OH
 
|'''[[Seman]]'''||Jim Seman; ?, OH
 
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|'''[[Senlar]]'''||Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN
 
|'''[[Senlar]]'''||Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN
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|'''Seville'''||Brand of [[Mastercraft]], likely made in Italy
 
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|'''[[Seymour]]'''||Major Allison J. Seymour; Valley City, ND
 
|'''[[Seymour]]'''||Major Allison J. Seymour; Valley City, ND
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|'''Shapiro'''||Joel Shapiro; Rancho Cordova, CA. See '''[[JS Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Shapiro'''||Joel Shapiro; Rancho Cordova, CA. See '''[[JS Pipes]]'''.
 
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|'''Sharp'''||Charles Sharp. See '''[[PMD Pipes]]'''.
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|'''Sharp'''||Charles Sharp. See '''[[PipesMD Pipes]]'''.
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|'''[[Shasteen]]'''||Jim Shasteen; TN
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|'''L.Shaw Pipes'''||Lehman Shaw; [http://lshawpipes.com]; Benton Harbor, MI
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||'''Sheehan, Adam'''||Pipe Maker in Winona, Minnesota, See [[Carmette Pipes‎]]
 
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|'''[[Sheffield]]'''||Ed Sheffield
 
|'''[[Sheffield]]'''||Ed Sheffield
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|'''[[Shepherd Brothers]]'''||Darren and Greg Shepherd; Elk Creek, VA.
 
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|'''[[Sherman]]'''||Martin Sherman; Little Silver, NJ.
 
|'''[[Sherman]]'''||Martin Sherman; Little Silver, NJ.
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|'''[[Shimon]]'''||Robert Shimon, amateur artisan who placed second in a Pipes & Tobacco Magazine contest
 
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|'''[[ShureWood Pipes]]'''||Colin Rigsby; Arlington, TX.
 
|'''[[ShureWood Pipes]]'''||Colin Rigsby; Arlington, TX.
 
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|'''Silber'''||Art Silber - '''[[Cellini]]''' Pipe Shop; Chicago IL
 
|'''Silber'''||Art Silber - '''[[Cellini]]''' Pipe Shop; Chicago IL
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|'''[[Silver Lining Briar]]'''||'''Silver Gray, Oregon
 
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|'''Silver Mac Duff'''||'''[[Henry Leonard & Thomas Inc.]]''' for Penn Tobacco Co., Wilkes-Barre, PA
 
|'''Silver Mac Duff'''||'''[[Henry Leonard & Thomas Inc.]]''' for Penn Tobacco Co., Wilkes-Barre, PA
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|'''Sir John'''||Hargold Assoc., 1941
 
|'''Sir John'''||Hargold Assoc., 1941
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|'''Sir Sheldon'''||'''[[National Briar Pipe Co.]]'''
 
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|'''SK Pipes'''||Vic '''[[Steinhart]]''' & Mitch Kaufman; West Caldwell, NJ.
 
|'''SK Pipes'''||Vic '''[[Steinhart]]''' & Mitch Kaufman; West Caldwell, NJ.
 
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|'''[[Skoda Pipes]]'''||Joseph Skoda; Philmont, NY
 
|'''[[Skoda Pipes]]'''||Joseph Skoda; Philmont, NY
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|'''[[Smith, Dan]]'''||Dan Smith
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|'''Smokestack'''||Brand by [[Altamira]]
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|'''[[Snook]]'''||Amateur pipe maker; Eastern Washington State
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|'''Sohn, Hugo'''||Artisan who worked for [[Marxman]]
 
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|'''Sovereign'''||Ron '''[[Pellegrini]]'''; Staten Island, NY.
 
|'''Sovereign'''||Ron '''[[Pellegrini]]'''; Staten Island, NY.
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|'''[[Sparky’s Pipes]]'''||Scott "Sparky" Harris: McCall, Idaho
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|'''[[Sparta Industries]]'''||Makers of '''[[Dr. Grabow]]''' among others; Sparta, NC
 
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|'''Spell'''||Mark Spell. See '''[[Piedmont Briars]]'''.
 
|'''Spell'''||Mark Spell. See '''[[Piedmont Briars]]'''.
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|'''Spiral-Kool'''||Merrill G. '''[[Sampson]]'''; Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
 
|'''Spiral-Kool'''||Merrill G. '''[[Sampson]]'''; Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
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|'''[[Sportsman]]'''||John Hudson Moore Co. Circa 1940s; NYC
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|'''Squire'''||Brand by Alfred W. Brenninger in 1935, but made in Ireland by [[Peterson]]
 
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|'''[[Stachowiak]]'''||Jerry Stachowiak (GJS); Buffalo, NY.
 
|'''[[Stachowiak]]'''||Jerry Stachowiak (GJS); Buffalo, NY.
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|'''[[Steinhart]]'''||Vic Steinhart; West Caldwell, NJ.
 
|'''[[Steinhart]]'''||Vic Steinhart; West Caldwell, NJ.
 
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|'''[[Stevenson]]'''||Alan Stevenson; Wausau, WI.
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|'''[[Stephenson]]'''||Steve Stephenson, finalist in 2004 P&T Magazine Competition
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|'''Sterncrest'''||Inexpensive 1930s brand of [[LHS]]
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|'''[[Steve Morrisette Pipes]]'''||Steve Morrisette; Nashville, Tennessee
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|'''[[Stevenson, Alan]]'''||Alan Stevenson; Wausau, WI.
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|'''[[Mark Stewart]]'''||Mark Stewart († 2015); Brevard, North Carolina (www.pipecraft.org, now closed)
 
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|'''[[STOA Briars]]'''||Todd M. Johnson; East Haven, CO.
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|'''[[STOA Briars]]'''||Todd M. Johnson; Nashville, TN.
 
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|'''Stone'''||'''[[M.E. Stone Pipes]]'''
 
|'''Stone'''||'''[[M.E. Stone Pipes]]'''
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|'''[[Storm King]]'''||???
 
|'''[[Storm King]]'''||???
 
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|'''[[Story]]'''||Robert Story († 1987); Cleveland, OH
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|'''[[Story]]'''||Robert Story (†); Cleveland, OH
 
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|'''Strano'''||'''[[Al Strano]]''' († 2000). Pipemaker of Wally Frank Ltd.
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|'''[[Stout]]'''||Mark Stout; Orange County, CA
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|'''Strano'''||'''[[Al Strano]]''' († 2000). Pipemaker of [[Wally Frank]] Ltd.
 
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|'''Strano'''|||'''[[Joe Strano]]''' (Northhampton Tobacconist); Ridgewood, NY.
 
|'''Strano'''|||'''[[Joe Strano]]''' (Northhampton Tobacconist); Ridgewood, NY.
 
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|'''[[Straus]]'''||???
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|'''[[Straus]]'''||Straus Tobacconist; Cincinnati, OH
 
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|'''[[Street Pipes]]'''||James Street; Englewood, CO.
 
|'''[[Street Pipes]]'''||James Street; Englewood, CO.
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|'''[[Strong]]'''||Jim Strong; Atlanta, GA.
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|'''Student Prince'''||Brand by [[Wally Frank]]
 
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|'''[[Sturgill]]'''||Ken & Karen Sturgill (Ken's Wooden Wonders); Dayton, OH
 
|'''[[Sturgill]]'''||Ken & Karen Sturgill (Ken's Wooden Wonders); Dayton, OH
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|'''[[Stylebilt]]'''||??? e.g., Stylebilt 2 Dot Carved Oom Paul Estate Pipe rustic~Custombilt
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|'''Suffolk'''||Brand from [[Whitehall]] in England, and sold by Tyler & Co.
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|'''Sunday Cob'''||Sunday Cob Pipe Co., Washington, MO
 
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|'''Sven-Lar'''||Made by Michael V. '''[[Kabik]]'''.
 
|'''Sven-Lar'''||Made by Michael V. '''[[Kabik]]'''.
 
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|'''Swanson'''||Bob Swanson; Fort Lauderdale, FL. See '''[[Perry White Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Swanson'''||Bob Swanson; Fort Lauderdale, FL. See '''[[Perry White Pipes]]'''.
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|'''Swanson, Kadesh'''||See [[KJ Pipes]]; Washington State
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|'''[[Sweetheart]]'''||Metal body, briar bowl, need information
 
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|'''[[Swift]]'''||Dick Swift; New York City
 
|'''[[Swift]]'''||Dick Swift; New York City
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|'''[[Swinks]]'''||Swinks Smoke Shop; Franklin, OH.
 
|'''[[Swinks]]'''||Swinks Smoke Shop; Franklin, OH.
 
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|'''[[]]'''||
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|'''[[Olie Sylvester]]'''||Atlanta, GA
 
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Latest revision as of 15:24, 30 June 2019

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R. Quagliata Pipes Ryan Quagliata; ?, TX
R. Ubben Pipes Randolph Ubben; New Milford, CT
R.A. Ward Pipes Robert A. Ward
RC Sands R.C. "Chuck" Sands, Reynoldsburg, OH
RD Pipes Ron Powell
R.G. Freehand Pipes Robert Gebbie; Vancouver, WA.
R.M. Perkins Pipes Robert M. Perkins; Houston, TX
Racine & Laramie By Racine & Laramie Tobacconist; San Diego, CA
Ram's Horn Sydney P. Ram; Chicago, IL, and possibly CA
Rampart "Rampart by Dancol"
Random's Pipes "Random"; Wilmington, DE
Rainey Jim Rainey
Rakowski see Tom Rakowski, used Giotto and known mostly for his tampers
Random Woodland Park, CO, active in 2002 - 2005
Ray Rob Ray (ret./† ?); Raleigh, NC
Reco Manufacturing Co. Reco Mfg. Co.; Chicago, IL
Red Dot North American brand from Whitehall
Redman Micah Redman; Nashville, TN
Regal Advertising pipes, made for Regal (pat. integral lighters)
Regency David Jones; Texarkana, TX
Reiss-Premier Corporation See also Kaufman Brothers & Bondy; New York City.
Rembrandt National Briar Pipe Co.; Jersey City, NJ.
Remington Pipes Adam Remington; Portland, OR.
Renaissance Pipes Thomas Bahder; Clarksville, MD
Rettalb Rettalb is a anagram of "Blatter" and hence Canadian! → Blatter & Blatter
Rettke J. Rettke, Washington MO, PAT. June 12 1962. The silver colored thumbscrew below the stem unscrews and is a 2⅜" corkscrew like device.
Rettke 1.jpg
Reum, Sean Reum pipes; Polson, Montana
Rex Walden Pipes Rex Walden; Kerrville, TX
Richard Hacker Author and pipe collector, who designed pipes for some makers
Ries Brand produced by third parties for Iwan Ries & Co.
Rimkus, Nathan Los Alamos, NM See N.W.R. Pipes
Rimkus, Victor Edgewood, NM See Rimkus Pipes
Rimkus Pipes Brand Name of maker Victor Rimkus, Edgewood, NM
Rinaldi Jon Rinaldi; Sonoita, AZ. See J. Rinaldi Pipes.
Rivendell Pipes Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ
Rivera, Phil Sacramento, CA
Robert Bannerman Canadian artisan and former Clay Pipe factory (1875-84), located in New York state, USA
Robertson Thayne Robertson (ret./† ?); Boise, ID
RobE's Art Robert Bartholomew, Kalamazoo, MI
Rocky Briar Rocky Briar, US Patent.
Rodgers Ben Rodgers - Pipe Shop; New York City
Rodriguez Tony Rodriguez
Roger's Own "Made in England" for London Pipe Shop; Los Angeles, CA.
Rollar Curt Rollar (ret. from pipemaking); Stroudsburg, PA
Ronson Brand of Ronson Corp., pipes with an aluminum shank
Rosa, Rev. Raymond L. Holy Smokes; Marlboro, MA
Rose Francis Rose; Culver City, CA
Royal Meerschaum Pipe Co. Meerschaum pipe company Started in 1970; Escondido, CA
Roy Roger Webb see Webb; Sevierville, TN
Roughriders See John Allen; Ipswich, MA.
Roush Larry Roush; Perrysburg, OH
Royal Ascot English brand of Duncan Briars sold in the US by Mastercraft
Royal Court Pipes Glen Court (ret./† ?); South Hadley, MA.
Royal DeMuth Brand of William Demuth Company
Royal Duke Continental Briar Pipe Co.; New York City. Also used in England by M. Linkman & Co., Comoy's, and Hardcastle
Royalton Brand from M. Linkman & Co.
Royalton Crown see Henry Leonard & Thomas Inc.
Rudal Trent Rudal; Danville, IL
Russ Alan Pipes Russ Alan; Greenville, RI
Ruth, Dennis Dennis Ruth; Des Moines, IA
Ruthenberg Brian Ruthenberg; Fort Gratiot, MI. See Briar Art.
RVW Second brand of Randy Wiley
Rylan Doyle Pipes Rylan Doyle Bishop
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S&R Pipes Stephen & Roswitha Anderson; Columbus, OH.
S.E. Thile Pipes Scott E. Thile; Murray, KY.
S.M. Frank S.M. Frank & Co. Inc.; Peekskill, NY.
Samhara Samhara Pipe Co., a 1940s brand
Samson Kaufman Brothers & Bondy; New York City.
Sampson Merrill G. Sampson (Aero-Kool, Spiral-Kool); Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
Sanders, Dan and Amy see Creator’s Design Pipes & Blades; Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Sands Jerry Sands; ?, NC
Sands R.C. Sands (Lazy S Pipes); Reynoldsburg, OH
Sander Sandor Herskovitz; Flushing, NY
Santos Brighton James de los Santos, see Brighton James Pipes
Saul Salzhauer Pipe maker at Jelling's Cigars, Inc.; Newark, NJ
Saville "Made in England" for G. A. Georgopulo; New York City.
Schloemer Mark „Evan“ Schloemer; Rozel, KS. See Evan Handmade Briars.
Schoenleber ? Schoenleber; Newark, NJ
Schoonmaker Renny Schoonmaker; Clifton Park, NY.
Schuch Adolph and Louis Schuch; San Francisco, CA; Meerschaum pipe makers, 1865 (company bought by Charles Kohlman/Coleman in 1868)
Schulte Max Schulte (†); Springfield & Maplewood, NJ
Scofield Ben Scofield; Lancaster, PA
Scott Proprietary brand of H.R. Scott, a tobacconist formerly at 64 Exchange Place, New York City.
Scottspipes Scott Klein; Elk Grove Village, IL
Seefeldt Curt Seefeldt
Sellars Made Briar Pipes Tim Sellars; Tennessee
Seman Jim Seman; ?, OH
Senlar Wally Larsen (†); St. Paul, MN
Seville Brand of Mastercraft, likely made in Italy
Seymour Major Allison J. Seymour; Valley City, ND
Shalosky Bill Shalosky; Smoker’s Haven; Columbus, OH
Shapiro Joel Shapiro; Rancho Cordova, CA. See JS Pipes.
Sharp Charles Sharp. See PipesMD Pipes.
Shasteen Jim Shasteen; TN
L.Shaw Pipes Lehman Shaw; [1]; Benton Harbor, MI
Sheehan, Adam Pipe Maker in Winona, Minnesota, See Carmette Pipes‎
Sheffield Ed Sheffield
Shepherd Brothers Darren and Greg Shepherd; Elk Creek, VA.
Sherman Martin Sherman; Little Silver, NJ.
Shimon Robert Shimon, amateur artisan who placed second in a Pipes & Tobacco Magazine contest
ShureWood Pipes Colin Rigsby; Arlington, TX.
Silber Art Silber - Cellini Pipe Shop; Chicago IL
Silver Lining Briar Silver Gray, Oregon
Silver Mac Duff Henry Leonard & Thomas Inc. for Penn Tobacco Co., Wilkes-Barre, PA
Silverstein Hal Silverstein († 2003). See Martin Pipe Company.
Simmons Scott Simmons
Sir Charles Charles Born of Bright Leaf Tobacconists; Wichita, KS
Sir Hubert Weber Pipe Co.; Jersey City, NJ
Sir John Hargold Assoc., 1941
Sir Sheldon National Briar Pipe Co.
SK Pipes Vic Steinhart & Mitch Kaufman; West Caldwell, NJ.
Skoda Pipes Joseph Skoda; Philmont, NY
Smith, Dan Dan Smith
Smokestack Brand by Altamira
Snook Amateur pipe maker; Eastern Washington State
Sohn, Hugo Artisan who worked for Marxman
Sovereign Ron Pellegrini; Staten Island, NY.
Sparky’s Pipes Scott "Sparky" Harris: McCall, Idaho
Sparta Industries Makers of Dr. Grabow among others; Sparta, NC
Spell Mark Spell. See Piedmont Briars.
Spence Pipes Taft Spence; Nashville, TN
Souers Dennys Souers; Columbus, OH
Southmont Pipe Company Jeremiah W. Montgomery, liquidated. Southmont (Johnstown), PA.
Spiral-Kool Merrill G. Sampson; Seattle, WA & Santa Monica, CA
Sportsman John Hudson Moore Co. Circa 1940s; NYC
Squire Brand by Alfred W. Brenninger in 1935, but made in Ireland by Peterson
Stachowiak Jerry Stachowiak (GJS); Buffalo, NY.
Standing ???
Stauffacher Brad Stauffacher; Polo, IL
Steinhart Vic Steinhart; West Caldwell, NJ.
Stephenson Steve Stephenson, finalist in 2004 P&T Magazine Competition
Sterncrest Inexpensive 1930s brand of LHS
Steve Morrisette Pipes Steve Morrisette; Nashville, Tennessee
Stevenson, Alan Alan Stevenson; Wausau, WI.
Mark Stewart Mark Stewart († 2015); Brevard, North Carolina (www.pipecraft.org, now closed)
STOA Briars Todd M. Johnson; Nashville, TN.
Stone M.E. Stone Pipes
Storm Frank R. Storm; Stacy, MN.
Storm King ???
Story Robert Story (†); Cleveland, OH
Stout Mark Stout; Orange County, CA
Strano Al Strano († 2000). Pipemaker of Wally Frank Ltd.
Strano Joe Strano (Northhampton Tobacconist); Ridgewood, NY.
Straus Straus Tobacconist; Cincinnati, OH
Street Pipes James Street; Englewood, CO.
Strong Jim Strong; Atlanta, GA.
Student Prince Brand by Wally Frank
Sturgill Ken & Karen Sturgill (Ken's Wooden Wonders); Dayton, OH
Stylebilt ??? e.g., Stylebilt 2 Dot Carved Oom Paul Estate Pipe rustic~Custombilt
Suffolk Brand from Whitehall in England, and sold by Tyler & Co.
Sunday Cob Sunday Cob Pipe Co., Washington, MO
Sven-Lar Made by Michael V. Kabik.
Swanson Bob Swanson; Fort Lauderdale, FL. See Perry White Pipes.
Swanson, Kadesh See KJ Pipes; Washington State
Sweetheart Metal body, briar bowl, need information
Swift Dick Swift; New York City
Swinks Swinks Smoke Shop; Franklin, OH.
Olie Sylvester Atlanta, GA


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