Difference between revisions of "Monarch"

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Established in Hartford Con, most likely in the late 1930 by Fred Warnke, who obtained a patent on the system pipe on January 22 1935. the company way moved to Tulsa Oklahoma at some point in the 1950 where it remains to this day. The Monarch Pipe Co. also makes E.A.Carey Magic Inch and Duncan Hill Aerosphere Pipes. Sam
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Established in Hartford Con, most likely in the late 1930 by Fred Warnke, who obtained a patent on the system pipe on January 22 1935. the company way moved to Tulsa Oklahoma at some point in the 1950 where it remains to this day. The Monarch Pipe Co. also makes E.A.[[Carey Magic Inch]] and Duncan Hill Aerosphere Pipes. Sam
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Revision as of 21:05, 10 June 2016

Established in Hartford Con, most likely in the late 1930 by Fred Warnke, who obtained a patent on the system pipe on January 22 1935. the company way moved to Tulsa Oklahoma at some point in the 1950 where it remains to this day. The Monarch Pipe Co. also makes E.A.Carey Magic Inch and Duncan Hill Aerosphere Pipes. Sam