Hey guys, I need some expert advice on some pipes I've recently acquired: Pipe #1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ax04zzov8slzre4/IMG_5729.jpg This came as a gift, no identifying markings that I can find... Pipe #2: https://www.dropbox.com/s/k2eyue0srtpuhly/IMG_4326.jpg Inherited from my grandfather, I've figured out that this pipe is actually missing some crucial pieces (apparently there's an insert for the bowl with a silver cap?). The only markings are the initials HC surrounded by a hexagonal border and "Sterling" underneath that on the band. This seems to indicate the pipe was crafted at least in part by a silversmith. Pipe #3: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a5lgeruubde3iv2/IMG_2242.jpg Inherited from my grandfather, I just finished restoring this, and could find no identifiable labels. It is a filter pipe, but the medico filters are about a half inch too long. As you can see, there are hashmarks along the top corner of the shank. These continue up the center of the bowl, follow the top rim, then continue on the center to the the underside of the shank. They appear to be on top of a seam in the wood. Any help in figuring out the origins of these pipes would be much appreciated!