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Many dedicated collectors have worked to chronicle pipe brands and makers. It is a daunting and never ending task. Pipedia owes special thanks to J. Rex Poggenpohl for use of his 9/95 list of ''North American Pipe Makers in the 20th Century'', with major contributions by: Tom Colwell, Gary Donachy, Tom Dunn, Bill Unger, and Herb Wilczak. Other sources include, ''Who Made That Pipe?'', by Herb Wilczak & Tom Colwell, ''Pipes, Artisans and Trademarks'', by Jose Manual Lopez, and ''Scandanavian Pipe Makers'', by Jan Andersson. Many others have also made significant contributions and continue the work. Thanks to you all!
 
[[Image:Rainerbarbi1.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, Rainer [[Barbi]]- Volcano]]
 
[[Image:Rainerbarbi1.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, Rainer [[Barbi]]- Volcano]]
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[[Image:bradpohlmann5.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Brad Pohlmann]] - Bulldog]]
 
[[Image:bradpohlmann5.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Brad Pohlmann]] - Bulldog]]
   
= '''Pipe brands and makers by location''' =
 
= '''Pipe brands and makers by location''' =
It would be great to see an overview of the history of pipe making in each region. Please feel free to contribute information to the individual sections. Many of the pipe makers still need bios or additional information and pictures (just click on them, and then select the Edit tab to add any information you have). Feel free to add other pipe makers you've a particular interest in or knowledge of. Please let me know if you need any help managing the wiki: mailto:sethile.pipes@gmail.com
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It would be great to have an overview of the history of pipe making in each of these regions. Please feel free to contribute information to the individual sections. Many of the pipe makers still need bios or additional information and pictures (just click on them, and then select the Edit tab to add any information you have). Feel free to add other pipe makers you've a particular interest in or knowledge of. Please let me know if you need any help managing the wiki: mailto:sethile.pipes@gmail.com
    
We use the term '''''Broken Pipe''''' coined by Tom Dunn, and also used by Jan Andersson, to denote Pipe Makers who have passed on. (Translation of the commonly used French expression "Casser sa pipe")
 
We use the term '''''Broken Pipe''''' coined by Tom Dunn, and also used by Jan Andersson, to denote Pipe Makers who have passed on. (Translation of the commonly used French expression "Casser sa pipe")

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