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Alternative Woods Used For Pipe making

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Maple,
Cherry, [[Image:19th Century cherrywood pipe.jpg|thumb|A roughly executed Cherrywood pipe from 19th Century France]]
Black Walnut,
Oak,
While now known for manufacturing Briar pipes, major Danish marque Stanwell began in 1942 as a producer of danish beechwood pipes. The political circumstances of the time made the importation of briar from standard sources such as the U.K. and France impossible. At the end of the war, normal trade resumed and imported briar became Poul Stanwell's wood of choice. Despite this, the company has not forgotten its humble roots and currently offers a commemorative beechwood pipe in its original bulldog design. The pipe is small, which was also a product of hard times. Tobacco, in addition to briar, was made scarce by the World Wars.
 
[[Image:19th Century cherrywood pipe.jpg|thumb|A roughly executed Cherrywood pipe from 19th Century France]]

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