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Members of Wally Frank's "The Pipe of the Month Club" received a new pipe in the mail once a month.
 
Members of Wally Frank's "The Pipe of the Month Club" received a new pipe in the mail once a month.
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In 1952, Wally Frank was on a buying trip in Italy and "discovered" [[Castello|Carlo Scotti]]. Frank liked Scotti's pipes, but there was the small problem of Scotti's pipes bearing the same trademark or logo as one of Wally Frank's pipe lines, the [[White bar|White Bar]]. The two men decided on creating a new logo, a hole drilled in the stem and with a piece of silver foil inserted in the hole and covered with clear Lucite.
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In 1952, Wally Frank was on a buying trip in Italy and "discovered" pipe maker [[Castello|Carlo Scotti]]. Frank liked Scotti's pipes, but there was the small problem of Scotti's pipes bearing the same trademark or logo as one of Wally Frank's pipe lines, the [[White bar|White Bar]]. The two men decided on creating a new logo for pipes sold in the U.S.: a hole drilled in the stem and with a piece of silver foil inserted in the hole and covered with clear Lucite.
    
Wally Frank (the person) wrote the forward to Georges Herment's 1954 book "The Pipe."
 
Wally Frank (the person) wrote the forward to Georges Herment's 1954 book "The Pipe."
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==Lines/styles of briar pipes==
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*Army and Navy
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*British Irregular
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*Canadian Forester
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*Carpathian
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*Cavalier
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*Chadwick
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*Corsican Warrior
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*De Luxe
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*Dudeen
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*French Master
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*Garrick
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*Huntleigh
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*John Street
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*Limited
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*London Lightweights
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*London Stub
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*The Macauley
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*Mellow
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*Milady
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*Natural
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*Natural Unvarnished
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*Nugget
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*Paragon
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*Philosopher
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*Quaint
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*Rathskeller
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*Scotland Yard
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*Shipmate
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*Silver King
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*Specimen Grain
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*Straight Grain
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*Streamlined
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*Super Delicious
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*Sweet Root
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*White Bar
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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