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Arlington Briar Pipes Corporation was founded in 1919 in Brooklyn, New York, and produced the Arlington, Briarlee, Firethorn, Krona and Olde London brands among dozens of others, primarily acting as a subcontractor making pipes to be sold under other brand names.  Among others, in the 1950's, Arlington turned pipes for the famed [[Wilke]] Pipe Shop in New York City.  The corporation was dissolved by the State of New York as inactive on December 6, 1978.  Arlington Briar Pipe Corporation, located at 200 Kosciusko Street, Brooklyn, New York, registered only a single brand trademark, the Arlington brand, the trademark for which was applied for on November 13, 1962 and granted on February 25, 1964.  Jack Kaye, of Arlington Briar, was also granted a patent for a combined mirror and stand in 1967.
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Arlington Briar Pipes Corporation was founded in 1919 in Brooklyn, New York, and produced the Arlington, Briarlee, Firethorn, [[Kimberly]], Kron,a and Olde London brands among dozens of others, primarily acting as a subcontractor making pipes to be sold under other brand names.  Among others, in the 1950's, Arlington turned pipes for the famed [[Wilke]] Pipe Shop in New York City.  The corporation was dissolved by the State of New York as inactive on December 6, 1978.  Arlington Briar Pipe Corporation, located at 200 Kosciusko Street, Brooklyn, New York, registered only a single brand trademark, the Arlington brand, the trademark for which was applied for on November 13, 1962 and granted on February 25, 1964.  Jack Kaye, of Arlington Briar, was also granted a patent for a combined mirror and stand in 1967.
  
 
According to José Manuel Lopes, "North American brand that belonged to [[Arlington Briar Pipes Corp.]], Brooklyn, New York, founded in 1919. In the 1940s, Ludwig Rosenberger gave the company new life, and it continued until the 70s. His son, Mel Rosenberger, has recently launched the [[DiMonte]] brand.  Jack Uhle was also linked to Arlington."
 
According to José Manuel Lopes, "North American brand that belonged to [[Arlington Briar Pipes Corp.]], Brooklyn, New York, founded in 1919. In the 1940s, Ludwig Rosenberger gave the company new life, and it continued until the 70s. His son, Mel Rosenberger, has recently launched the [[DiMonte]] brand.  Jack Uhle was also linked to Arlington."
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''If you have information about this pipe, or can verify the maker, please add it here, or send it to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add it for you.''
 
''If you have information about this pipe, or can verify the maker, please add it here, or send it to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add it for you.''

Latest revision as of 12:29, 20 January 2021

Arlington Briar Pipes Corporation was founded in 1919 in Brooklyn, New York, and produced the Arlington, Briarlee, Firethorn, Kimberly, Kron,a and Olde London brands among dozens of others, primarily acting as a subcontractor making pipes to be sold under other brand names. Among others, in the 1950's, Arlington turned pipes for the famed Wilke Pipe Shop in New York City. The corporation was dissolved by the State of New York as inactive on December 6, 1978. Arlington Briar Pipe Corporation, located at 200 Kosciusko Street, Brooklyn, New York, registered only a single brand trademark, the Arlington brand, the trademark for which was applied for on November 13, 1962 and granted on February 25, 1964. Jack Kaye, of Arlington Briar, was also granted a patent for a combined mirror and stand in 1967.

According to José Manuel Lopes, "North American brand that belonged to Arlington Briar Pipes Corp., Brooklyn, New York, founded in 1919. In the 1940s, Ludwig Rosenberger gave the company new life, and it continued until the 70s. His son, Mel Rosenberger, has recently launched the DiMonte brand. Jack Uhle was also linked to Arlington." Arlington, as far as known, mainly operated as a sub-contractor for other brands. The Jobey pipes are said to be made by Arlington at an unknown point of time. Arlington's own pipes are seldom seen.




The following is a "Sir Arlington" pipe, possibly made by the Arlington Briar Pipe Company for the Arrowhead Pipe Club. Courtesy Racine & Laramie Tobacconist.



If you have information about this pipe, or can verify the maker, please add it here, or send it to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add it for you.

Notes

Lopes, Jose Manuel, Pipes: Artisans and Trademarks, Quimera Editores, 2005, p. 51