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|'''Englandaire'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Eldritch Pipes]]'''||Brand name for English maker Chris Kelly
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|'''[[ELK]]'''||old English brand
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|'''Englandaire'''||1930s brand, and '''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second  
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|'''English Gold'''||English brand produced by [[La Rocca]]
 
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|'''English Knight'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''English Knight'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''English Rustic'''||perhaps this '''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second 50-70s
 
|'''English Rustic'''||perhaps this '''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second 50-70s
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|'''English Patent Pipe'''|| old English brand of [[John Higgins & Co.]]
 
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|'''Estacis'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Estacis'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''Every Man'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Eton]]'''||Lopes states it is an English brand of [[Oppenheimer Pipe]] using Greek brair; symbol of '''E'''
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|'''Everdry'''||brand of [[Parker]] Pipe Co. Stamp: "Everdry / London Made".
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|'''Everyman'''||old English brand of '''R.S. Boulton Ltd''', but a '''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second since at least 1925.
 
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|'''Exmoor Pipe'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Exmoor Pipe'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''<font size="4">F</font>'''
 
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|'''[[F & C]]'''||F & C Pipe Company of London
 
|'''[[F & C]]'''||F & C Pipe Company of London
 
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|'''Fairway'''||'''[[BBB]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''F & T'''||see '''[[Fribourg & Treyer]]'''
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|'''[[Fairway]]'''||old brand of A. Frankau & Co.; now a [[BBB]] sub-brand / second
 
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|'''[[Falcon]]'''||Metall system pipe (ex USA)
 
|'''[[Falcon]]'''||Metall system pipe (ex USA)
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|'''Falstaff'''||'''[[Charatan]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Falstaff'''||'''[[Charatan]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''Fantail'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''Fantail'''||old English brand, but a '''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second following WWII.
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|'''Featherweight'''||English brand of '''[[Oppenheimer Pipe]]'''
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|'''[[FEC]]'''||Friedrich Edwards & Co.
 
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|'''[[Ferndown]]'''||L. & J.S. Briars / Les Wood
 
|'''[[Ferndown]]'''||L. & J.S. Briars / Les Wood
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|'''FGC'''||Early 20th century brand; Birmingham
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|'''[[Finsbury]]'''||Former brand of [[Oppenheimer Pipe]]. Brand of Finsbury Products; New York.
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|'''[[Fortnum & Mason]]'''||House pipes of famed London department store
 
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|'''Fouquet'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Fouquet'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''Frankau'''||Adolphe Frankau. See '''[[BBB]]'''.
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|'''[[Frankau]]'''||Adolphe Frankau. See '''[[BBB]]'''.
 
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|'''Frankau's'''||'''[[BBB]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Frankau's'''||'''[[BBB]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Frederick Tranter]]'''||brand and name of English tobacconist in Bath and Oxford
 
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|'''Friar'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Friar'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Fribourg & Treyer]]'''||Private label pipes for Fribourg & Treyer (tobacconists, cigar merchants, cigarette and snuff manufacturers) 1764 - 1977; Haymarket, London.
 
|'''[[Fribourg & Treyer]]'''||Private label pipes for Fribourg & Treyer (tobacconists, cigar merchants, cigarette and snuff manufacturers) 1764 - 1977; Haymarket, London.
 
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|'''[[Fromm]]'''||Colin Fromm. See '''[[Invicta Briars]]''' and '''[[Castleford]]'''. Also works for '''[[Dunhill]]'''.
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|'''Friedlander, Lesser A.'''||(1858 - 1903) Inventor of first patented telescoping pipe. Ref. 1888 Tobacco Trade Directory
 
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|'''[[Fromm]]'''||Colin Fromm|Chatham, Kent. See '''[[Invicta Briars]]''' and '''[[Castleford]]'''. Manager of Charatan production for '''[[Dunhill]]'''.
 
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|'''<font size="4">G</font>'''
 
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|'''G. Smith & Sons'''||brand and name of English Tobacconist founded in 1869 (now closed), based in Charing Coss Rd. London
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|'''[[Gallaher]]'''||Tom Gallaher; Londonderry
 
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|'''Garlan'''||Or Garland? '''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Garlan'''||Or Garland? '''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''[[GBD]]'''||Ganneval, Bondier and Donninger.
 
|'''[[GBD]]'''||Ganneval, Bondier and Donninger.
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|'''Georgian'''||British [[clay pipe]] brand. Also English brand sold by Bernhardt & Mayers (see [[Rocket]])
 
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|'''[[Glass]]'''||L.S. Glass; London.
 
|'''[[Glass]]'''||L.S. Glass; London.
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|'''Gold Star'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Gold Star'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''Golden Root'''||Golden Root - London Made
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|'''Golden Arrow'''||Produced by [[Comoy's]]; Symbol: centaur holding a bow
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|'''Golden Root'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second. Golden Root - London Made
 
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|'''Gresham Giants'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Gresham Giants'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''Guildhall'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Gorden]]'''||early 20th century brand of Samuel Gorden; Symbol '''Gordon''' in a lozenge
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|'''Guildhall'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second. Started in the 1930s, and still produced
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|'''[[GWS]]'''||G.W. Sims; North London
 
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|'''<font size="4">H</font>'''
 
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|'''[[Hall & Fitzgerald]]'''||English maker of several brands
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|'''[[Hampton Court]]'''||??
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|'''[[Hape]]'''||Marked Hape and Timber Product, London Made, Need Information
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|'''[[Harcourt]]'''||Need information. Danish made Freehands for [[Dunhill]]. But also examples of traditional shapes Made in England
 
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|'''[[Hardcastle]]'''||Hardcastle Pipes Ltd.; became Parker-Hardcastle.
 
|'''[[Hardcastle]]'''||Hardcastle Pipes Ltd.; became Parker-Hardcastle.
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|'''Harley Filter'''||Popular brand from the 1960s made by [[Comoy's]]
 
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|'''Harrods'''||Private label pipes of the famous London department store. London SW1X 7XL (Knightsbridge).
 
|'''Harrods'''||Private label pipes of the famous London department store. London SW1X 7XL (Knightsbridge).
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|'''[[Harwood Brothers]]'''||Maker from Liverpool; Lopes states connection with HB, Old England, and Old Fashion
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|'''HB'''||brand of the [[Harwood Brothers]]
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|'''HC'''||old English brand of the factory, H. Comoy & Co. Ltd. ([[see Comoy's]])
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|'''[[Heather Coleman]]'''||[[Clay pipe]] maker
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|'''Hedgehog'''||old English brand by Herbert Terry & Sons
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|'''Hendon'''||old English Brand
 
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|'''Henley Club'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second. (Not to be confused with '''Henley''', a '''[[Stanwell]]''' second!)
 
|'''Henley Club'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second. (Not to be confused with '''Henley''', a '''[[Stanwell]]''' second!)
 
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|'''His Royal Highness'''||'''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
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|'''[[Hercules]]'''||brand by various companies
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|'''His Royal Highness'''||'''HRS''' a '''[[Sasieni]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''House Of Commons'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''House Of Commons'''||'''[[GBD]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
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|'''House Of Lords'''||House Of Lords - Made in England
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|'''House Of Lords'''||brand by Samuel Gordon in the early 20th Century, then became a [[Sasieni]] second
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|'''[[Huybrecht]]'''||George Huybrecht
 
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|'''Hyde Park'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
 
|'''Hyde Park'''||'''[[Comoy's]]''' sub-brand / second.
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Latest revision as of 23:58, 31 December 2021

E
Eldritch Pipes Brand name for English maker Chris Kelly
ELK old English brand
Englandaire 1930s brand, and Sasieni sub-brand / second
English Gold English brand produced by La Rocca
English Knight GBD sub-brand / second.
English Rustic perhaps this Comoy's sub-brand / second 50-70s
English Patent Pipe old English brand of John Higgins & Co.
Estacis GBD sub-brand / second.
Eton Lopes states it is an English brand of Oppenheimer Pipe using Greek brair; symbol of E
Everdry brand of Parker Pipe Co. Stamp: "Everdry / London Made".
Everyman old English brand of R.S. Boulton Ltd, but a Comoy's sub-brand / second since at least 1925.
Exmoor Pipe Comoy's sub-brand / second.
F
F & C F & C Pipe Company of London
F & T see Fribourg & Treyer
Fairway old brand of A. Frankau & Co.; now a BBB sub-brand / second
Falcon Metall system pipe (ex USA)
Falstaff Charatan sub-brand / second.
Fantail old English brand, but a Sasieni sub-brand / second following WWII.
Featherweight English brand of Oppenheimer Pipe
FEC Friedrich Edwards & Co.
Ferndown L. & J.S. Briars / Les Wood
FGC Early 20th century brand; Birmingham
Finsbury Former brand of Oppenheimer Pipe. Brand of Finsbury Products; New York.
Fortnum & Mason House pipes of famed London department store
Fouquet GBD sub-brand / second.
Frankau Adolphe Frankau. See BBB.
Frankau's BBB sub-brand / second.
Frederick Tranter brand and name of English tobacconist in Bath and Oxford
Friar Sasieni sub-brand / second.
Fribourg & Treyer Private label pipes for Fribourg & Treyer (tobacconists, cigar merchants, cigarette and snuff manufacturers) 1764 - 1977; Haymarket, London.
Friedlander, Lesser A. (1858 - 1903) Inventor of first patented telescoping pipe. Ref. 1888 Tobacco Trade Directory
Fromm Chatham, Kent. See Invicta Briars and Castleford. Manager of Charatan production for Dunhill.
G
G. Smith & Sons brand and name of English Tobacconist founded in 1869 (now closed), based in Charing Coss Rd. London
Gallaher Tom Gallaher; Londonderry
Garlan Or Garland? GBD sub-brand / second.
GBD Ganneval, Bondier and Donninger.
Georgian British clay pipe brand. Also English brand sold by Bernhardt & Mayers (see Rocket)
Glass L.S. Glass; London.
Glokar BBB sub-brand / second.
Gold Star Sasieni sub-brand / second.
Golden Arrow Produced by Comoy's; Symbol: centaur holding a bow
Golden Root Sasieni sub-brand / second. Golden Root - London Made
Gresham Giants Comoy's sub-brand / second.
Gorden early 20th century brand of Samuel Gorden; Symbol Gordon in a lozenge
Guildhall Comoy's sub-brand / second. Started in the 1930s, and still produced
GWS G.W. Sims; North London
H
Hall & Fitzgerald English maker of several brands
Hampton Court ??
Hape Marked Hape and Timber Product, London Made, Need Information
Harcourt Need information. Danish made Freehands for Dunhill. But also examples of traditional shapes Made in England
Hardcastle Hardcastle Pipes Ltd.; became Parker-Hardcastle.
Harley Filter Popular brand from the 1960s made by Comoy's
Harrods Private label pipes of the famous London department store. London SW1X 7XL (Knightsbridge).
Harwood Brothers Maker from Liverpool; Lopes states connection with HB, Old England, and Old Fashion
HB brand of the Harwood Brothers
HC old English brand of the factory, H. Comoy & Co. Ltd. (see Comoy's)
Heather Coleman Clay pipe maker
Hedgehog old English brand by Herbert Terry & Sons
Hendon old English Brand
Henley Club Sasieni sub-brand / second. (Not to be confused with Henley, a Stanwell second!)
Hercules brand by various companies
His Royal Highness HRS a Sasieni sub-brand / second.
House Of Commons GBD sub-brand / second.
House Of Lords brand by Samuel Gordon in the early 20th Century, then became a Sasieni second
Huybrecht George Huybrecht
Hyde Park Comoy's sub-brand / second.


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