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Revision as of 01:39, 21 November 2008

E
E. H. Piben
Elborg No details known!
Eltang Tom Eltang (Tom Eltang Jorgensen); Taarbek, Charlottenlund.
ENO
Enos
EP-Piben (E. Pryds)
Eriksen Second brand produced by Erik Nørding
Erikson
Eroyal Damise
Eton
Evident No details known!
Excellent A Bari second
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F
Faaborg Brand name used by Viggo Nielsen (†) and his sons. Named for their hometown Faaborg / Fyn.
FEA Used by Poul Rasmussen (†) - unconfirmed!
Flemming Piber Flemming Petersen (†); Borris (Skjern) / Midtjylland.
FJORD
Flott Pipes Freehand manufacture homed in Randers. See brochure on Chris' Pipe Pages!
Forma "Forma Handmade - Made in Denmark". No details known!
Former Hans Jonny Nielsen; Holme-Olstrup.
Frasorteret Sub-brand by Preben Holm (†).
Frasorteret 05.jpg | Frasorteret 03x.jpg
Fred Brandt
Frederiksen Nils Frederiksen
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G
Gaden Pibemagerie Mogens Johansen; Frederikshavn / Nordjylland. → Johs.
Garbe Ingo Garbe; Isle of Læsø
Geertsen, G. A. (Bari)
Gertsen Jes Phillip Vigen Gertsen; København, Bronshoj, Helsingor. → Ph. Vigen
Gigant Jen Briar
Glyn Also reclaimed for US. No details known!
Glyn 1.jpg | Glyn 2.jpg
Goodwill
Gottschling Dieter Gottschling; Isle of Læsø
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H
HAF
HAJ Hans Aage Jørgensen
Half Town (Nording)
Hamlet Pipe Factory
Handicraft of Copenhagen Private label brand made for Copenhagen tobacconist Remo Sørensen who bought pipes (mainly) from W.Ø. Larsen and Pibe-Dan.
Hansen
Borge Hansen
Jan Hansen - pseudonym used by Hendrik JørgensenSvendborg.
Kurt Balleby Hansen; Almind. → Balleby Pipes.
Kurt Hansen - part-time experienced pipemaker. Works with/for Tom Eltang on the "Sara Eltang" line.
Per Hansen; København. → S. Bang.
Poul Hansen; København.
Harcourt Preben Holm (†), later Erik Nørding for Dunhill.
Harcourt 10.jpg | Harcourt 14.jpg
Hartmann
Klaus Hartmann
Hans Hartmann
Hedegaard Peter Hedegaard (broken pipe); Helsingør.
Heding Peter Heding; Charlottenlund / Sjælland.
Heeschen Peter Heeschen; Holmstrup.
Henley Second by Stanwell; discontinued.
Hetler Hans Hetler (broken pipe)
Torben Hetler
Holbek Gert Holbek; København
Holger Danske Named for the hero of Danish folk legends - maker unknown!
Holm Ole Holm (broken pipe); København
Preben Holm (broken pipe); København
Holmgaard Jens Holmgaard (broken pipe); København
Holtorp P. Holtorp; København
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