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|'''Walden'''||Kirk Walden. See '''[[KW Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Walden'''||Kirk Walden. See '''[[KW Pipes]]'''.
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|'''Waldorf'''||Former brand of '''[[William Demuth Company]]'''
 
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|'''[[Walls]]'''||Bob Walls (ret./† ?); ?, OH)
 
|'''[[Walls]]'''||Bob Walls (ret./† ?); ?, OH)
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|'''[[Wally Frank]]'''||Wally Frank Ltd.; New York City.
 
|'''[[Wally Frank]]'''||Wally Frank Ltd.; New York City.
 
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|'''[[Walther]]'''||Bill Walther (ret./† ?); Ft. Worth, TX
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|'''[[Walt De Visser]]'''||Tobacconist sith small production. He also wrote ''Constructing Your First Pipe''
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|'''[[Walther]]'''||Bill Walther; Ft. Worth, TX
 
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|'''Ward'''||Robert A. Ward. See '''[[R.A. Ward Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Ward'''||Robert A. Ward. See '''[[R.A. Ward Pipes]]'''.
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|'''[[Wardleigh]]'''||Need Information
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|'''[[Warner]]'''||Anthony "Tony" Warner; Quincy, PA
 
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|'''[[Wathen]]'''||Kerry S. Wathen (ret./† ?);  
 
|'''[[Wathen]]'''||Kerry S. Wathen (ret./† ?);  
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|'''[[Waughtel]]'''||Robert Waughtel (ret./† ?); Harrisburg, PA
 
|'''[[Waughtel]]'''||Robert Waughtel (ret./† ?); Harrisburg, PA
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|'''WDC'''|| Former brand of '''[[William Demuth Company]]'''; New York City.
 
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|'''Weaver'''||Bruce A. Weaver; Brentwood, TN. See '''[[B.A. Weaver Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Weaver'''||Bruce A. Weaver; Brentwood, TN. See '''[[B.A. Weaver Pipes]]'''.
 
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|'''[[Webb]]'''||Roy Webb
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|'''[[Webb]]'''||Roy Webb; Sevierville, TN
 
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|'''[[Weber Pipe Co.]]'''||Carl B. Weber; Jersey City, NJ
 
|'''[[Weber Pipe Co.]]'''||Carl B. Weber; Jersey City, NJ
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|'''Weber-Prada'''||Gunnar Weber-Prada; Los Angeles, CA. See '''[[TotemStar]]'''.
 
|'''Weber-Prada'''||Gunnar Weber-Prada; Los Angeles, CA. See '''[[TotemStar]]'''.
 
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|'''[[Weidemann]]'''||John Weidemann; ?, CA
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|'''[[Weidemann]]'''||John Weidemann; Best Pipemaker at 1994 L.A. Pipe & Cigar Expo
 
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|'''Weinberger'''||Jack H. Weinberger (†); West Caldwell, NJ. See '''[[JHW Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Weinberger'''||Jack H. Weinberger (†); West Caldwell, NJ. See '''[[JHW Pipes]]'''.
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|'''[[Weiner]]'''||Steve Weiner († 2002); Olmstead Falls (Cleveland), OH
 
|'''[[Weiner]]'''||Steve Weiner († 2002); Olmstead Falls (Cleveland), OH
 
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|'''Wellington'''||'''[[William Demuth Company]]''' (WDC); New York City.
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|'''Weiss, C.'''|| Late 19th century manufacturer of meerschaum pipes and smoking articles. Retail store was at 399 Broadway St., NY; factories were at 69 Walker St., NY and in Vienna, Austria.
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|'''Well Pipe'''||Brand of '''[[Mastercraft]]''', likely made in Italy
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|'''Wellington'''||[[William Demuth Company]] (WDC); New York City.
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|'''Wells, Quinton'''||[[Quinton Wells]]; Overland Park, KS
 
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|'''[[Wenhall]]'''||Wenhall Pipes Ltd., NYC. Made by different producers.
 
|'''[[Wenhall]]'''||Wenhall Pipes Ltd., NYC. Made by different producers.
 
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|'''[[West]]'''||Tim West; Columbus, OH
 
|'''[[West]]'''||Tim West; Columbus, OH
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|'''Westbrook'''||Brand of '''[[M. Linkman & Co.]]'''
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|'''Westminster'''||Brand sold by various English and North American Firms
 
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|'''[[Whidbey Islander Pipes]]'''||Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA
 
|'''[[Whidbey Islander Pipes]]'''||Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA
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|'''White Bar'''||Brand from the 1950s belonging '''[[Wally Frank]]'''
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|'''Whitmore, Chuck'''||LaRue son-in-law; Whidbey Is., WA
 
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|'''[[Wiley]]'''||Randy Wiley; Riverview, FL
 
|'''[[Wiley]]'''||Randy Wiley; Riverview, FL
 
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|'''[[Wilke Briars]]'''||Wilke Pipe Shop (Anna Wilke); formerly in New York City. Successor enterprise, Pipeworks & Wilke, now at East Middlebury, VT.  (http://www.vtpipes.com)
 
|'''[[Wilke Briars]]'''||Wilke Pipe Shop (Anna Wilke); formerly in New York City. Successor enterprise, Pipeworks & Wilke, now at East Middlebury, VT.  (http://www.vtpipes.com)
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|'''Wilkenson'''||1960s brand from the Bradberry Briar Pipe Co.; New York
 
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|'''[[William Demuth Company]]'''||WDC; New York City.
 
|'''[[William Demuth Company]]'''||WDC; New York City.
 
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|'''[[Windjammer Pipes]]'''||Justin Bain; Buffalo, NY
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|'''[[William H. Hendrikx]]'''||Dutch born pipe maker, lived in Ulster County, NY c. 1930-50s
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|'''[[Windjammer Pipes]]'''||Justin Bain; Philadelphia, PA
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|'''[[Wittasek]]'''||John Wittasek; artisan who took part in the P&T Pipe Carving Contest in 2002. Symbol: '''JW'''
 
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|'''[[With Pipe & Book]]'''||Breck & Julie Turner; Lake Placid, NY
 
|'''[[With Pipe & Book]]'''||Breck & Julie Turner; Lake Placid, NY
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|'''[[Worlich]]'''||John Worlich (ret./† ?); ?, NJ
 
|'''[[Worlich]]'''||John Worlich (ret./† ?); ?, NJ
 
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|'''[[Woolsey]]'''||Los Angelas, CA (Circa 1960s 1970s)
 
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|'''[[Yamada]]'''||Jon Yamada; Hawaii
 
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|'''Yard Pipes'''||Stephen & Roswitha Anderson; Columbus, OH. Sub-brand / second of '''[[S&R Pipes]]'''
 
|'''Yard Pipes'''||Stephen & Roswitha Anderson; Columbus, OH. Sub-brand / second of '''[[S&R Pipes]]'''
 
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|'''[[Yello-Bole]]'''||'''[[Kaufman Brothers & Bondy]]'''; currently made by '''[[S.M. Frank]]'''.
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|'''[[Yello-Bole]]'''||'''[[Kaufmann Bros. & Bondy]]'''; currently made by '''[[S.M. Frank]]'''.
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|'''[[Yeti Pipe Co.]]'''||Micah Crider; Missoula, MT
 
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|'''[[Yingling]]'''||Mark Yingling
 
|'''[[Yingling]]'''||Mark Yingling
 
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|'''Yorkshire'''||Former brand of Sears, Roebock & Co., made by [[Gasparini]]
 
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|'''[[Zeavin]]'''||Mark Zeavin; CA
 
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|'''[[Zephair]]'''||[[Reco Manufacturing Co.]] (liquidated); Chicago, IL.
 
|'''[[Zephair]]'''||[[Reco Manufacturing Co.]] (liquidated); Chicago, IL.
 
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|'''[[Zeus]]'''||U.S. PAT. 2158897
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|'''[[Zeus]]'''||Brand sold by [[L&H Stern]] and [[Altamira]]; U.S. PAT. 2158897
 
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|'''Zurcher'''||Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ. See '''[[Rivendell Pipes]]'''.
 
|'''Zurcher'''||Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ. See '''[[Rivendell Pipes]]'''.
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Latest revision as of 05:23, 18 December 2020

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Waddell Steve Waddell; Marion, IN
Walden Kirk Walden. See KW Pipes.
Waldorf Former brand of William Demuth Company
Walls Bob Walls (ret./† ?); ?, OH)
Wally Frank Wally Frank Ltd.; New York City.
Walt De Visser Tobacconist sith small production. He also wrote Constructing Your First Pipe
Walther Bill Walther; Ft. Worth, TX
Ward Robert A. Ward. See R.A. Ward Pipes.
Wardleigh Need Information
Warner Anthony "Tony" Warner; Quincy, PA
Wathen Kerry S. Wathen (ret./† ?);
Watkins Philip Chase Watkins - new carver! CA.
Watkins-Brock Jason Watkins-Brock (http://www.Watrock.com); Phoenix, AZ. See Phoenix Pipes.
Waughtel Robert Waughtel (ret./† ?); Harrisburg, PA
WDC Former brand of William Demuth Company; New York City.
Weaver Bruce A. Weaver; Brentwood, TN. See B.A. Weaver Pipes.
Webb Roy Webb; Sevierville, TN
Weber Pipe Co. Carl B. Weber; Jersey City, NJ
Weber-Prada Gunnar Weber-Prada; Los Angeles, CA. See TotemStar.
Weidemann John Weidemann; Best Pipemaker at 1994 L.A. Pipe & Cigar Expo
Weinberger Jack H. Weinberger (†); West Caldwell, NJ. See JHW Pipes.
Weiner Steve Weiner († 2002); Olmstead Falls (Cleveland), OH
Weiss, C. Late 19th century manufacturer of meerschaum pipes and smoking articles. Retail store was at 399 Broadway St., NY; factories were at 69 Walker St., NY and in Vienna, Austria.
Well Pipe Brand of Mastercraft, likely made in Italy
Wellington William Demuth Company (WDC); New York City.
Wells, Quinton Quinton Wells; Overland Park, KS
Wenhall Wenhall Pipes Ltd., NYC. Made by different producers.
West Tim West; Columbus, OH
Westbrook Brand of M. Linkman & Co.
Westminster Brand sold by various English and North American Firms
Whidbey Islander Pipes Travor LaRue (†) & Chuck Whitmore; Langley (Whidbey Island), WA
White Bar Brand from the 1950s belonging Wally Frank
Whitmore, Chuck LaRue son-in-law; Whidbey Is., WA
Wiley Randy Wiley; Riverview, FL
Wilke Briars Wilke Pipe Shop (Anna Wilke); formerly in New York City. Successor enterprise, Pipeworks & Wilke, now at East Middlebury, VT. (http://www.vtpipes.com)
Wilkenson 1960s brand from the Bradberry Briar Pipe Co.; New York
William Demuth Company WDC; New York City.
William H. Hendrikx Dutch born pipe maker, lived in Ulster County, NY c. 1930-50s
Windjammer Pipes Justin Bain; Philadelphia, PA
Wittasek John Wittasek; artisan who took part in the P&T Pipe Carving Contest in 2002. Symbol: JW
With Pipe & Book Breck & Julie Turner; Lake Placid, NY
Wood Robert Wood
Woodmere ???
Worlich John Worlich (ret./† ?); ?, NJ
Woolsey Los Angelas, CA (Circa 1960s 1970s)
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Yamada Jon Yamada; Hawaii
Yard Pipes Stephen & Roswitha Anderson; Columbus, OH. Sub-brand / second of S&R Pipes
Yello-Bole Kaufmann Bros. & Bondy; currently made by S.M. Frank.
Yeti Pipe Co. Micah Crider; Missoula, MT
Yingling Mark Yingling
Yorkshire Former brand of Sears, Roebock & Co., made by Gasparini
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Zeavin Mark Zeavin; CA
Zephair Reco Manufacturing Co. (liquidated); Chicago, IL.
Zeus Brand sold by L&H Stern and Altamira; U.S. PAT. 2158897
Zurcher Levi Zurcher (ret./† ?); Flagstaff, AZ. See Rivendell Pipes.


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