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Full Strong Pouch Aroma: Rich, smoky and leathery, this tobacco is touted as ‘the finest smoking mixture in the world’ by Dunhill. I don’t know about that, but between the Latakia and Orientals in it I can sniff my jar for a while before I get around to lighting up. It has a dark sweetness from the brown Cavendishes and lighter Macedonian, and a woody, leathery smell from the some of the choicest Latakia I have ever experienced. This is a finely-cut tobacco consisting of medium to short ribbons varying evenly in color from golden-brown to black with some birdseye stems with an interesting woody texture. The cut of makes it easy to drizzle pinches into my Jobey ‘Asti’ Canadian for filling, yet it doesn’t seem to clog the airhole or pack too tightly.

Dunhill pipe dating guide

Guide Alfred Dunhill began to manufacture briar smoking pipes in ; the famous white spot first appeared on top of the hand-cut vulcanite mouthpiece in in order that the customer should know which part faced upwards. At about this same time a one year guarantee against defects was offered on the bowl of each pipe, and to insure against far older Dunhill pipes being replaced under this guarantee a simple dating code, showing the year of manufacture, was devised and stamped onto each pipe bowl.

This code is still in use today. Over the ensuing years great interest has arisen over the “mystique” of the Dunhill pipe in general and the dating code in particular.

The is Peterson’s take on the straight Bulldog, and just as a real bulldog would be, it’s a “no nonsense” smoker. It’s stance is broad and sturdy, making it a bold shape to behold.

Store front on Duke Street, St. Jame’s London, Alfred Dunhill: And yet, it is more than just the title of a book. Although the firm of Alfred Dunhill, Ltd. Back then, horses were the primary mode of transportation, but the innovative Alfred realized that the newly invented motorcar would soon be chugging into world prominence. As a result, he changed the name of his company to Dunhill Motorities, and began replacing buggy whips and harnesses for linen dusters, goggles, and other automotive-related accessories.

But an even more dramatic turning point occurred in , when a store customer complained about being unable to keep his pipe lit while riding in an open-air automobile. Always eager to please, Alfred designed and patented his now-legendary Windshield Pipe, an otherwise-standard billiard that sported a raised front portion of the bowl to shelter the tobacco from oncoming breezes.

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This however, may be impossible. The story of Alfred Dunhill is so tied up with myth that the myths are now part of the history. Alfred Dunhill, being aware of this phenomenon, probably perpetuated many of such myths. Alfred Dunhill inherited a harness business in at the age of

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No size or grade stampings. The registration number is not for shapes or styles. This number purely and simply refers to the company trademark registered Castello. After the registration number was added, an additional marking was included. This denoted varying size of the pipes. In , Franco Coppo came to Castello. This grading methodology continues today with some minor variation.

Another important aspect of this era came in manufacturing technique. Small k in an oval. In , when Franco took over the running of the Castello operation, there was a small change made to the appearance of the nomenclature. Small k in an oval with castle marking on some lines. In , the 40th anniversary of Castello, a new stamp was introduced on some lines of Castello pipes.

This consists of a castle stamping with a number inside the castle.

Alfred Dunhill

When I first opened a tin of this, and took a huge sniff at the midnight-dark contents, my head reeled, and I experienced something approaching fear! The huge Latakia smokiness was there, richer than I had ever smelt it before, but stronger than this was a mysterious fermented, almost yeast-like smell. I can only compare it to smelling one of those powerful cheeses that one can find in Brno, in the Czech republic.

A very savoury scent, stong and intimidating.

And there you have it: a simple, easy way to date Dunhill tobacco. Just check the code at the bottom of your Dunhill tins and follow this simple table.

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Loring is the first published book devoted to the Dunhill pipe. It is alternatively a dating guide, a history of the Dunhill pipe and a study of the Dunhill pipe generally. As a dating guide it is the most complete, concise and easiest to use ever made available. Readers for the first time may comfortably date Dunhill pipes from inception in to the present day.

Estate Pipes An Estate Pipe is a pipe that is acquired through purchasing a collection from an individual. Most are pre-smoked, but we occassionally acquire Unsmoked pipes.

Soon to be the oldest English trademark in current use and the first pipe ever to have a registered trade mark. Earlier pipes included a metal rondel with a diamond shape including BBB imbedded in the stem top, and later post-Cadogan went to a stamped on logo, similar to the GBD pipes. Here is a Babelfish translation of a history of BBB from http: It takes under its wing young a 14 year old boy, Louis Blumfeld.

The business thrives quickly until the death of Adolph Frankau in His widow prepares to sell the company. Enter in scene Thomas Carlyle , author of “Hero and worship of the heroes”.

Alfred Dunhill

Dunhill became a fan of smoking pipes and pipe tobacco, and, in , Alfred patented the Windshield Pipe, which was designed to provide a pleasant pipe smoke while driving in an automobile. He continued maiking Dunhill pipes and, three years later, a briar pipe factory was opened near the store. In , the now legendary White Spot trademark was added to all Dunhill pipes.

Alfred Dunhill FRSA (30 September – 2 January ) was an English tobacconist, entrepreneur and inventor. He is the progenitor of Alfred Dunhill Ltd. a London-based luxury goods company owned by Swiss company Richemont and the Dunhill tobacco products company owned by British American Tobacco (now two independently owned entities).

In the first camp you will find people who clean their briar, meer or cob before it blocks up with tar, those who trim the carbon in their bowls to a respectable thickness when it gets unruly, and those who take care to avoid inflicting damage to their favourite piping companions. In the second camp are those who do none of these things and who, to my mind, seem to almost go out of their way to treat their pipes with disdain.

This Dunhill Shell Briar Dublin is a perfect example. It was sent to me for repairs by a fellow Ontario collector, and when I had assessed the full scope of the necessary repairs I wondered if the effort and expense was in fact worth undertaking. As these pictures show, the pipe was in fairly dire straits when it came to the worktable. Most obvious and concerning of the damage was a large open crack running horizontally across the left side of the bowl.

Despite this overcoat of muck, it was obvious that the rim had been beaten against hard surfaces regularly.

Dating Dunhill Pipes

On October 21, the “duke st. Thus if the that stamping is of equal length you know the pipe dates from late This is the only time that this stamping was employed.

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You can help by adding to it. December Inlayed Pipe Bowl with Two Faces, early 19th century, Brooklyn Museum Some Native American cultures smoke tobacco in ceremonial pipes , and have done so since long before the arrival of Europeans. Other American Indian cultures smoke tobacco socially. Tobacco was introduced to Europe from the Americas in the 16th century and spread around the world rapidly.

As tobacco was not introduced to the Old World until the 16th century, [2] the older pipes outside of the Americas were usually used to smoke various other substances, including hashish , a rare and expensive substance outside areas of the Middle East, Central Asia and India, where it was then produced. Typically this is accomplished by connecting a refractory ‘bowl’ to some sort of ‘stem’ which extends and may also cool the smoke mixture drawn through the combusting organic mass see below.

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