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[[File:Emperor pipes 1945.jpg|thumb|left|1945 Ad, courtesy Doug Valitchka]][[File:EmperorKeystone.jpg|thumb|600px|Emperor's Keystone Cleaner, courtesy Doug Valitchka]]
 
[[File:Emperor pipes 1945.jpg|thumb|left|1945 Ad, courtesy Doug Valitchka]][[File:EmperorKeystone.jpg|thumb|600px|Emperor's Keystone Cleaner, courtesy Doug Valitchka]]
Empire Briar Pipe Company Inc. of New York produced Emperor pipes. Known at “The Pipe that knows no Peer” as their advertising of in 1945 promotes. That ad reads “The pipe that knows no Peer. For every Emperor pipe is a notable work of art, a masterpiece created in the custom tradition.” They are a subsidiary of the [[Continental Briar Pipe Co.]]
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Empire Briar Pipe Company Inc. of New York produced Emperor pipes. Known at “The Pipe that knows no Peer” as their advertising of in 1945 promotes. That ad reads “The pipe that knows no Peer. For every Emperor pipe is a notable work of art, a masterpiece created in the custom tradition.” They are a subsidiary of the [[Continental Briar Pipe Co.]] Inc. 80 York Street, Brooklyn, New York.
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They had Three grades: Standard, De Luxe and Supreme.
  
  
 
[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]]
 
[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]]
 
[[Category: United States]]
 
[[Category: United States]]

Revision as of 15:48, 27 May 2016

1945 Ad, courtesy Doug Valitchka
Emperor's Keystone Cleaner, courtesy Doug Valitchka

Empire Briar Pipe Company Inc. of New York produced Emperor pipes. Known at “The Pipe that knows no Peer” as their advertising of in 1945 promotes. That ad reads “The pipe that knows no Peer. For every Emperor pipe is a notable work of art, a masterpiece created in the custom tradition.” They are a subsidiary of the Continental Briar Pipe Co. Inc. 80 York Street, Brooklyn, New York. They had Three grades: Standard, De Luxe and Supreme.