Difference between revisions of "Dunhill Dating Guide"

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First own partial production introduced in 1910, but still using bowls shaped in France. In 1917 the Calabrian briar started to be used, but not completely. Only in 1920, Dunhill took the final step in its pipe making operation.
 
First own partial production introduced in 1910, but still using bowls shaped in France. In 1917 the Calabrian briar started to be used, but not completely. Only in 1920, Dunhill took the final step in its pipe making operation.
  
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|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
 
|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
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|<center>DR - A</center>
 
|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
 
|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
|<center>Shape N°,<br>DR - A</center>
 
 
|<center>"Inner Tube"<br>PAT.N°</center>
 
|<center>"Inner Tube"<br>PAT.N°</center>
 
|<center>5861/12 or<br>1169891/17</center>
 
|<center>5861/12 or<br>1169891/17</center>
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|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
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|<center>Shape N°,<br>DR - A</center>
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|<center>"Inner Tube"<br>158709/14</center>
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|MADE IN ENGLAND
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|<center>1917 - First Shell</center>  
|<center>'''Dunhill <br>Duke ST. S. W.'''</center>
 
|<center>Shape N°,<br>DR - A</center>
 
|<center>"Inner Tube"<br>158709/14</center>
 
|MADE IN ENGLAND
 
 
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|<center>'''DUNHILL'S "SHELL BRIAR"'''</center>
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Revision as of 07:55, 23 August 2019


Dunhill Dating Guide
Based on Loring's and Field's guides.
Organized by Yang Forcióri


Pre-Dating Code

1907- March 1910


Exclusively third party made pipes. Shape numbers running from 1 through 30 (but not only in this period) and probably, DUNHILL over DUKE ST. S.W stamps. Stamping in these years is presently unknown, but it should be something like that:


Dunhill
Duke ST. S. W.
1-30 DR - A. No Patent



(Pre-1918)


First own partial production introduced in 1910, but still using bowls shaped in France. In 1917 the Calabrian briar started to be used, but not completely. Only in 1920, Dunhill took the final step in its pipe making operation.


1910-1916 / Smooth Only


1910-1912
DR - A
Dunhill
Duke ST. S. W.
Shape N°


1913-OCT 1918
DR - A
Dunhill
Duke ST. S. W.
"Inner Tube"
PAT.N°
5861/12 or
1169891/17
Shape N°


1914-OCT 1918 (Export Canada)
Dunhill
Duke ST. S. W.
Shape N°,
DR - A
"Inner Tube"
158709/14
MADE IN ENGLAND


1915-OCT 1918 (Export US)
Dunhill
Duke ST. S. W.
Shape N°,
DR - A
"Inner Tube"
PATENTED MARCH.9.15
or 1130806/15
MADE IN ENGLAND


1917 - First Shell


1917
Shape N°,
3,4,12 (...)
DUNHILL'S "SHELL BRIAR"
"PAT.PENDING" or
PAT.N°
5861/12