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London brand/trademark that ended around 1966.  
 
London brand/trademark that ended around 1966.  
  
In a 1922 Dunhill vs  Bartlett & Bickley curt case (VOL 39 RPC 426), Dunhill lost a trademark fight to get the red dot removed from this brand.
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In a 1922 Dunhill vs  Bartlett & Bickley court case (VOL 39 RPC 426), Dunhill lost a trademark fight to get the red dot removed from this brand.
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If you have additionaly details about this brand, please add them here or send them to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add them for you.
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<gallery widths=300 heights=200 caption="Example of The 'Barbic' Pipe, made by Bartlett & Bickley, with original box and sock, courtesy Owen Brandeberry">
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<gallery widths=400 heights=300 caption="Another example of a Bartlett & Bickley pipe, courtesy Owen Brandeberry">
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Bartlett-Bickly-4.jpg
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Bartlett-Bickly-5.jpg
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[[Category:Pipe makers by nationality]]
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[[Category:Great Britian]]
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Latest revision as of 02:56, 1 June 2021

London brand/trademark that ended around 1966.

In a 1922 Dunhill vs Bartlett & Bickley court case (VOL 39 RPC 426), Dunhill lost a trademark fight to get the red dot removed from this brand.

If you have additionaly details about this brand, please add them here or send them to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add them for you.