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From the classic Vintage Sandblasts to the smooth-polished Vintage Superiors. Take a look and rediscover these classic French designs. On site now at Smokingpipes.com.

From the classic Vintage Sandblasts to the smooth-polished Vintage Superiors. Take a look and rediscover these classic French designs. On site now at Smokingpipes.com.

Tobacciana Advertising: Dr. Grabow "Continentals" Smoking Pipes, Argosy Magazine, November 1962.

Tobacciana Advertising: Dr. Grabow "Continentals" Smoking Pipes, Argosy Magazine, November 1962.

Dr. Grabow - Pipedia

Dr. Grabow - Pipedia

a wish card with the illustration of pipes, 1920-1930

a wish card with the illustration of pipes, 1920-1930

The Thinking Man's Pipe

The Thinking Man's Pipe

Kaywoodie Chesterfield ad

Kaywoodie Chesterfield ad

Vintage Tobacciana Advertising - Dr. Grabow's Pre-Smoked Tobacco Pipes, From Look Magazine, December 3, 1963.

Vintage Tobacciana Advertising - Dr. Grabow's Pre-Smoked Tobacco Pipes, From Look Magazine, December 3, 1963.

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Vintage WDC advert.

Vintage WDC advert.

‘Dunhill’s Patent Shield pipes’, as introduced in early advertisements, featured a shield as a slight extension of the front part of the briar bowl, preventing “… all inconvenience and danger of flying sparks or ash to the smoker and others when travelling on buses, tramcars, motor-cars, cycles, boats, &c.” and were considered to be “Invaluable in the house, …, the shield preventing the ash from dropping on the carpet, the billiard table, or the card table.”

‘Dunhill’s Patent Shield pipes’, as introduced in early advertisements, featured a shield as a slight extension of the front part of the briar bowl, preventing “… all inconvenience and danger of flying sparks or ash to the smoker and others when travelling on buses, tramcars, motor-cars, cycles, boats, &c.” and were considered to be “Invaluable in the house, …, the shield preventing the ash from dropping on the carpet, the billiard table, or the card table.”