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Help Identify Two Estate Pipes.

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Showsto, Jul 27, 2013.

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  1. Showsto

    Showsto Member

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    I just recently bought two estate pipes at an antique stop and need some help identifying/getting some information on them. I only spent $20 on the both of them they are probably not worth a lot but I figured I would ask.

    The first pipe is a Sport Club Imported briar Patent n.32441.

    This is the only website I could find about it. http://www.cnroadshow.com/tag/vintage-pipe-marked-sport-club-imported-briar-patent-n-32441-vented-type-top.

    Here is a picture of it. It has an interesting top/vented cover that I have never seen before.
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    The second pipe I can barely make out the stamp on but it looks like the last few letters might say "ieni" in cursive and that its from England. After asking a couple friends and doing some internet digging I think it might be a Sasieni pipe but I really have no idea.
    http://pipedia.org/wiki/Sasieni

    Here is a picture of that one. If you need more pictures of either let me know.


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  2. Zembla

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  3. Lukasaurus

    Lukasaurus Active Member

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    Love the wind cap on the first pipe, and the size of the bowl on the second! As for an ID, alas, I'm drawing blanks...
     
  4. lifeon2

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    The first one looks a lot like a kaywoodie gale
     
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  5. Showsto

    Showsto Member

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    Thanks for that website. Looks like the second one is a Sasieni most likely with a replaced stem. As for the first one I'm stumped. I looked up the Kaywoodie Gale they are very similar. Possible a knockoff...
     
  6. County Mountie

    County Mountie Active Member

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    Whitehall stem?
     
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  7. xrundog

    xrundog Active Member

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    I'm pretty sure that is a Whitehall W on the first pipe. Wind cap is identical to a Gale. But I imagine those were readily available to pipe manufacturers. It makes sense that a Sportsman would be intended as an outdoor pipe and come with a cap. Second must be a Sasieni. Should be some dots on the stem. If not the stem is probably a replacment. She's been smoked hard.
     
  8. Showsto

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    Awesome! Thanks for all the help. Yeah I think the second one has a replaced stem since I did not find any dots on the stem. I looked up several Whitehall pipes and a few of them had very similar bowl styles with the two cut inlays.
     
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