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ÅGE Åge Bogelund
Åge Bogelund
Aalbørg Private line made for The Tinder Box by Erik Nørding
A. David, Ltd.
A. H. Alberth Hansens
Albion An outlet of the former Bentley production.
Andersen Finn Meyan Andersen
Søren Eric Andersen Andersen, Søren Eric; Søndersø.
Anderson Brand of Jorgen Larsen.
Anne-Julie "Anne-Julie" Rasmussen, "Anne-Julie" Nielsen; Læsø.
Antique Second brand produced by Viggo Nielsen. Antique pipes are also known from France and Italy.
Anton Poul Anton Knudsen
Arslev Flemming Arslev
Atterup Pibemageri Name of Emil Chonowitsch's workshop
Balleby Pipes Kurt Balleby Hansen; Almind.
Baltzersen Benny Baltzersen
Bang see S. Bang, Sven Bang; Copoenhagen
Bari A large company in Kolding run for many years by Viggo Nielsen and his sons. Today it's a one-man operation by Helmer Thomsen; Vejen.
BBJ piber Børge Blume-Jensen; Næstved.
Bech Knud Bech; Tårs.
Beck Theodor Beck; Fano
Bierre Dan Bierre.
Ben Wade The Danish Ben Wade were made by Preben Holm.
Benner Bent Nielsen.
Benni Pipes Benni Jørgensen; Præstø.
Bentley Brand by Hans Jonny Nielsen aka "Former"
Bernhard Julie son of Anne Julie
Bertran K. Bertran
Best Danish No details known!
Bijou Second by Stanwell; discontinued.
Bjarne Bjarne Nielsen (broken pipe); Lyngby
BMH No details known!
Bogelund Åge Bogelund
Borgart Leo Borgart; København.
Bötticher Bötticher - Handmade in Denmark
BOYSEN Bent Boysen; also a prominent lamp/furniture designer.
Brakner Peter Brakner (broken pipe)
Brandt Hans Brandt; København
Cap Belton Brand produced by the old Tabago of (Denmark); distributed in the USA by Gesty Trading & Mfg. Corp.
CARLOM Maker for Pipe-Dan.
Celius Svend Axel Celius; Bogø By. Broken pipe.
Center for Danish Pipes
Champ of Denmark See Larsen & Stigart and Karl Erik.
Charles Fairborn, (Helmer Thomsen)
Chonowitsch Emil Chonowitsch; Fakse. ?Haslev?
Jess Chonowitsch; Haslev
Christensen Lars Christensen. H. Dan Christensen (owner and designer at Pipe-Dan.
Cortina No details known!
Crown Second brand produced by Preben Holm and today by Poul Winslow.
Dahl Helge Y. Dahl; Ringsted.
Danbark Sub-brand of Søren Refbjerg Rasmussen → Refbjerg.
Danets No details known!
Danish Quaint No details known!
Danish Sovereign Second by Stanwell
Danish Special Sub-brand / second of Kriswill.
Danish Quaint
Danmore The pipes appeared next to other manufacture brands (Tabago, Torben Dansk e.a.) in the first cataloge of Dan Pipe (originally named "Danske Pibe"), a pipe and tobacco mailing enterprise established by Heiko Behrens in 1972. Following the pipes became well-known and quite popular in Germany.
Danske Club Second by Stanwell
Den Kongelige Porcelainsfabrik
Dantonian Pipe Works Sven & Teddy Knudsen; Næstved.
DON / Don Bari sub-brand??? - not confirmed! Series: Old Briar.
Dorlit, Helge (Ms.)
D R Handskaret
Dybsø Made by Benny S. Christensen who lived in Dybsø near Næstved.

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