I've got s Dr. G Berwyck pipe that I keep in my office. It's a basic Pot style pipe with a reddish, sand blasted finish. The band was originally plated or coated with some gold-colored material. It takes a paper filter, and the stem screws into the shank. It's stamped with the Dr. Grabow name on the shank, and has a whiite Dr. G. spade on the stem. I got curious about the pipe, so I did some research on it. In the brief time I could spend researching it, I discovered some interesting trivia. It was a pipe of higher quality than what Dr. G normally offered at the time, and it was a "speciality pipe" made for at least two vendorsvendors who were interested in offering a more upscale pipe for their customer base. It does not appear to be one of Dr. G's regular lines, and so far I've found two possible sources for this pipe: 1) In the 1950's, LL Bean used to sell pipes and tobacco. Dr. G. made Berwycks for them. However, all examples that I could find were clearly stamped with the name LL Bean and were meerschaum- lined. This pipe is not so marked, and is not meerschaum-lined. 2) From 1964 to about 1980, the RJR tobacco company contracted with Dr. G for the manufacture of their coupon pipes (i.e. send in "X"-number of RJR coupons, plus "X"-amount of dollars, and receive this pipe). Dr. G used it's upscale Berwyck line for RJR, but I could find no reference to these pipes being either meerschaum-lined or stamped with the RJR moniker. RJR had it's own buyers source the briar, and they used a a higher quality Vulcanite for the stems. I don't klnow if LL Bean sourced their own briar, or if they left that to the Dr. G buyers. Seeing as my Berwyck is not meerschaum-lined, and does not carry the LL Bean moniker, I'm going to guess that it was an RJR pipe. However, if LL Bean and RJR both carried the Berwyck, it is likely that other companies also contracted out to Dr. G. for the Berwyck; so, it may be a pipe offered by someone other than RJR. If I can find my camera cable, I'll post a photo.