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Sub dividing the list of French brands and makers due to growth
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|'''Eiffel'''||old brand by the Fèlix Lancon factory
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|'''[[Elie]]'''||Unuasual freehands and system pipes
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|'''Èmile Benoit'''||old brand and factory in Chassal, on the outskirts of Saint-Claude
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|'''[[Èmile Vuillard]]'''||St. Claude
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|'''[[Enrique]]'''||David Enrique (needs more editing)
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|'''[[Eole]]'''||House made brand of [http://www.pipe.fr/boutique/liste_produits.cfm?type=34&code_lg=lg_fr&num=2 La Pipe Rit], Saint-Claude
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|'''[[Èstablissements Victor]]'''||Lons-le-Saunier factory; St. Claude in the early 20th century, and adjacent to the E.H. Victor factory
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|'''[[EWA Pipe]]'''||Was '''Waille''' before
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|'''Excelsior'''||1930 French brand from the Au Narghileh company; Montlucon
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|'''Extra Prima'''||old French brand of the Felix Lancon factory
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|'''[[Fancy]]'''||brand of [[Chacom]]
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|'''[[Fayet]]'''||founded 1909, mainly known for cane-pipes
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|'''FBC'''||old French brand of Forestier-Bourgeois et Cie.; St. Claude; stamp '''FBC-La Nationale'''
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|'''Febvre Camille'''||Pratz factory, Saint-Claude, early 20th Century
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|'''Febvre D. et X'''||Leschères Factory, Saint-Claude, early 20th century; produced [[Libèrator]] brand
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|'''Fèlix Lancon'''||old French factory in Saint-Claude
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|'''Filbi'''||Grand created circa 1920 by '''[[Ropp]]
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|'''[[Firex]]'''||Series known: Gold Crown
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|'''Flavien Mandrillon'''||19th Century French Factory in Saint-Claude, which later became Gay-Mandrillon.
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|'''Forestier-Bourgeois et Cie'''||Old French factory in Saint-Claude. In 1958 it still employed 25 workers.
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|'''Fouquet'''||French Brand, and [[GBD]] second
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|'''Frèdèric Pasquire'''|| French ceramic pipe artisan (1828-1895); Saint-Quentin-La-Poterie
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|'''Fun'''||French brand created in 1993 by [[Cuty Fort Group]] as a set made up of a pipe and matching tie
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|'''FV'''||old French brand of Pauthier & Vincent
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|'''[[Gambier]]'''||Jean Gambier, clay pipe artisan; Givet
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|'''Ganevl et Cie.'''||old French factory; Saint-Claude
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|'''[[Gardhill]]'''||old French brand of J. Vincent Fils
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|'''Gilbee'''||factory founded 1851, which achieved "perfection in pipe making" from the ''pipes respiratoires''
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|'''[[Gefapip]]'''||brand and name of French company [http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/en/logo-g1.html#gefapip Maker unknown!]
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|'''[[Genod]]'''||Jacques Craen (1959); Sebastien Beaud since 2006
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|'''GEO'''||Old Fench brand of the Gros, Grenier, Ostorero et Cie factory; see [[GOC]]
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|'''G.H. Delatour'''||Old French factory, affiliated with Dela and Nicod
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|'''Gérard Chapel'''||Past president of Cofrérie des Maîtres-Pipers de Sanit Claude. Director of [[Butz-Choquin]]
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|'''[[Gérard Mermet]]'''||pipe maker in Avignon, near Saint-Claude
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|'''[[Gérard Prungnaud]]'''||Ceramic pipe maker; Saint Quentin-La-Poterie
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|'''GFB'''||old French brand; Saint-Claude
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|'''[[GOC]]'''||'''Gros, Grenier, Ostero & Cie.'''
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|'''Gold Star'''||early 20th century brand produced by Ruchon & Verguet
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|'''[[Graco]]'''||[http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/en/logo-g2.html#graco Maker unknown!]
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|'''Grandclément-Gauteron'''||old French factory in Saint-Claude
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|'''[[Grappin Fils et Cie.]]'''||Saint-Claude and Brussels
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|'''Grappin-Brochot'''||Late 19th century French factory in Saint-Claude
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|'''Gravée'''||19th century clay pipe maker
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|'''Gren'''||old French brand of Grenier Godard; Sanit-Claude
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|'''Gross, Grenier, Ostorero et Cia'''||former French factory combining these principles; Saint-Claude
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|'''Guichard & Cie.'''||former French factory in Saint-Claude (Pierre Guichard Succr)
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|'''[[Guilland]]'''||Paul Guilland
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|'''Guy-Mandrillon'''||Early 20th Century factory; Saint-Claude; formerly Flavien Mandrillon
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|'''[[Guyot]]'''||Gilbert Guyot
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|'''[[GVG]]'''||The initials of Georges Vincent-Genod, long (and still) used for some [[Genod]] pipes.
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|'''[[Hami]]'''||???
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|'''[[Harnisch, Charles]]||(1845-1895), has pipes on display at the Bergerac Tobacco Museum
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|'''[[Harpoon]]'''||???
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|'''[[Hermes Pipes]]'''||???
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|'''[[Hilex]]'''||Stamped "Fait Main - Algerian Briar"
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