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The brand '''Harcourt''' was produced by '''[[Preben Holm]]''' (†) for '''[[Dunhill]]''' to secure a share of the Danish fancy boom for Dunhill's principal pipe dealers.
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The brand '''Harcourt''' was produced by '''[[Preben Holm]]''' (†) for '''[[Dunhill]]''' to secure a share of the Danish fancy boom for Dunhill's principal pipe dealers. Later '''[[Erik Nørding]]''' made Harcourt pipes for a shorter period. These pipe are sometimes (partially) rusticated.
 
 
Later '''[[Erik Nørding]]''' made Harcourt pipes for a shorter period. These pipe are sometimes (partially) rusticated.
 
 
 
I believe Harcourt was at one time exclusively sold through Dunhill stores, and were the manufacturers of the Danish-style Dunhill straight-grains that were manufactured in the 1970’s and early 1980’s to keep with the current market trends.
 
  
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It had been reported that the second generation of Harcourt pipes were sold exclusively through Dunhill stores, but we now know through Rich Mervin that the Brick Church Pipe Shop, a chain of 3 stores in NJ sold Danish freehands in the 1970s and 80s including Knute, Ben Wade, and Harcourt.  They were also an authorized Charatan and Dunhill retailer. So, apparently Harcourt freehands were sold through at least some Dunhill dealers as well as the Dunhill stores.
  
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<gallery widths=250px heights=185px caption="Examples and details, courtesy Doug Valitchka">
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File:Harcourt01.jpg
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File:Harcourt10.jpg
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Harcourt2-01.jpg
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Harcourt2-07.jpg
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HarcourtFH01.jpg
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HarcourtFH07.jpg
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Harcourt3-01.jpg
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Harcourt3-07.jpg
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Apparently the Harcourt brand name was also used by another English maker. If you have any additional details about these pipes, please add them here, or send them to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add them for you.
  
<center><gallery widths=300px heights=200px caption="Example and details, courtesy Doug Valitchka">
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<gallery widths=250px heights=185px caption="Example and detail of Made in England Harcourt, courtesy Doug Valitchka">
File:Harcourt01.jpg
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File:Harcourt10.jpg
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[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]][[Category: Denmark]]
 
[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]][[Category: Denmark]]
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Latest revision as of 13:33, 20 January 2021

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Harcourt 14.jpg

The brand Harcourt was produced by Preben Holm (†) for Dunhill to secure a share of the Danish fancy boom for Dunhill's principal pipe dealers. Later Erik Nørding made Harcourt pipes for a shorter period. These pipe are sometimes (partially) rusticated.

It had been reported that the second generation of Harcourt pipes were sold exclusively through Dunhill stores, but we now know through Rich Mervin that the Brick Church Pipe Shop, a chain of 3 stores in NJ sold Danish freehands in the 1970s and 80s including Knute, Ben Wade, and Harcourt. They were also an authorized Charatan and Dunhill retailer. So, apparently Harcourt freehands were sold through at least some Dunhill dealers as well as the Dunhill stores.


Apparently the Harcourt brand name was also used by another English maker. If you have any additional details about these pipes, please add them here, or send them to sethile.pipes@gmail.com and we can add them for you.