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http://www.purplenetwork.co.uk


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http://www.kirstenpipe.com
KIRSTEN at present (January 2013) it is not known if they are still manufaturing these pipes. Many problems can be solved by seeing the link to Elies

London@falconpipes.co.uk
FALCON now under new ownership and link is email only

http://fujipub.com/ooops/makes.html
A useful briar pipe makers identifier

http://www.heritage.nf.ca/avalon/artifacts/pipemarks5.html
To assist clay pipe collectors

http://www.dawnmist.org/pipdex.htm
A site for clay pipe collectors

http://www.smfrankcoinc.com/history/index.htm
History of S M Frank and thereby Kaywoodie, Yellow Bole and Medico

http://www.briar-pipes.com/shop/index.php?lang=en
Alexander Zavvos, a Greek pipe maker

http://www.ermecmeerschaum.com/ep_metal_pipes.htm
Ermec meerschaum pipes currently in manufascture in Turkey, compatible with Falcon.

http://www.eliesfreehandpipes.com/NEW.html
A 'metals' collector who also makes exotic free hand briars BIG PLUS, Elie collects system pipes and has a great knack in producing all types of bowls for them. A real find for those whose favourite pipe is no longer made and the bowl is beyond use.

http://www.thepipe.info
The collection of Bill Taylor, a wonderful site covering "the pipe", venturi , "the smoke" and "the pipe made in england"

http://pipes.over-blog.com/
A French site with many different pipes of all themes. Google translation into German or English is available

http://www.amazon.com/Back-Ashes-Uncovering-History-ebook/dp/B006VOOFNC/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1326216662&sr=1-2
Falcon history in an e book. The USA link and also here, the UK Amazon link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Back-Ashes-Uncovering-History-ebook/dp/B006VOOFNC/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1326217571&sr=1-2

http://www.abd.org.uk/act_on_co2.htm
Act on CO2, the truth

http://www.pijpenkabinet.nl
The Pipe Museum of Netherlands website, in English. Another aspect of pipe collecting

http://www.geocities.com/lokomac8/grabow.htm
New site with some history of Dr Grabow

http://www.invictabriars.com/
Not "metals", but Invicta Briars have been a great help in my hobby and do make excellent pipes.

http://http://hobopipes.blogspot.com.au/
An Aussie who likes Falcons and other metals and turns his own bowls


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