Dating dr. grabow pipes

Posted by / 11-Jun-2017 17:17

I finished by dry sanding it with 6000-12000 grit pads.

I gave it a final coat of Obsidian Oil and let it dry.

Grabow legend Paul W Grabow, "the" Dr Paul E Grabow's grandson has stated that the name became associated with pipes when a Mr Linkman, Racine, Chicago and friend of physician Dr.

Grabow asked to 'borrow' the doctor's name when launching a new pipe, reasoning that a Doctor's name attached to the pipe would add to its selling points.

This second one is a White Billiard with a saddle stem. The pipe came to me from a friend quite awhile ago and I just got around to working on it.

I sanded the surface of the stem to clean off the dirt and tooth chatter.

I wiped it down with a cotton swab and alcohol to remove the dust and to examine the dent on the underside.

The Viking was initially in dispute over copyright with Falcon and it cost them ,000 in court. There are several variants, and on my next up date I will attempt to seperate them into early and late models.

There are some mystery pipes that seem to belong to this marque, but are unmarked Not every variant takes the same bowl, so this conundrum has to be overcome also Early Viking US Patent # D171,694 The multi finned Dr Grabow style Viking 12 June 1956 US patent # D177,972In addition there were patents issued for other projects 177,321 - 177,226 - 177,036 April 1969 Field & Stream advert had the Viking at .95 with bowls at

This second one is a White Billiard with a saddle stem. The pipe came to me from a friend quite awhile ago and I just got around to working on it.

I sanded the surface of the stem to clean off the dirt and tooth chatter.

I wiped it down with a cotton swab and alcohol to remove the dust and to examine the dent on the underside.

The Viking was initially in dispute over copyright with Falcon and it cost them $20,000 in court. There are several variants, and on my next up date I will attempt to seperate them into early and late models.

There are some mystery pipes that seem to belong to this marque, but are unmarked Not every variant takes the same bowl, so this conundrum has to be overcome also Early Viking US Patent # D171,694 The multi finned Dr Grabow style Viking 12 June 1956 US patent # D177,972In addition there were patents issued for other projects 177,321 - 177,226 - 177,036 April 1969 Field & Stream advert had the Viking at $2.95 with bowls at $1.50 Dr.

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This second one is a White Billiard with a saddle stem. The pipe came to me from a friend quite awhile ago and I just got around to working on it.I sanded the surface of the stem to clean off the dirt and tooth chatter.I wiped it down with a cotton swab and alcohol to remove the dust and to examine the dent on the underside.The Viking was initially in dispute over copyright with Falcon and it cost them $20,000 in court. There are several variants, and on my next up date I will attempt to seperate them into early and late models.There are some mystery pipes that seem to belong to this marque, but are unmarked Not every variant takes the same bowl, so this conundrum has to be overcome also Early Viking US Patent # D171,694 The multi finned Dr Grabow style Viking 12 June 1956 US patent # D177,972In addition there were patents issued for other projects 177,321 - 177,226 - 177,036 April 1969 Field & Stream advert had the Viking at $2.95 with bowls at $1.50 Dr.

.50 Dr.

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I buff the bowls the same way using the shoe buffing brush and a microfibre cloth. If you are interested in this pipe email or message me and make an offer.

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