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The finish is in excellent shape with even the rim showing the blast.
The diamond shank with a flattened bottom transitions nicely into the stem.
I have shown my John Calich and my Mark Tinsky pipes. As I went through them I have to say I am a bit surprised that I have so many of them.
I figured there were a half-dozen or so but have never really looked at them all in one place. I used to have a dozen I guess, but I sold one to a friend’s wife for her husband’s birthday – a 1973 Tanshell. The first group is the Shell or Shell Briars – I have five of them.
The stamping on it reads: 576 F/T DUNHILL Made in 1 in a circle and T TAN SHELL England 3 and slightly lower and offset 4 The date stamping makes me think that the pipe was made in 1963 and stamped or issued in 1964.
I am never sure about the meaning of the double date numbers.
The ultimate pleasure was smoking this 1954 Dunhill Canadian with some 1954 Dobie Four Square Green on my 54th birthday a few years ago.It is a little group 1 sized billiard with a saddle stem.I picked this up in an Antique Mall in Washington State. Grabows that were in rough shape and a few old corn cobs. The stem has a great fish tail look to it and was only oxidized.When I turned it over there was a bite through on the underside next to the button.I cleaned it up and repaired it with a black superglue patch.
They are beautiful sandblast pipes with a two-tone finish of dark and medium brown (or maybe dark brown with the high portions buffed lighter). It is a bent billiard whose blast has been worn smooth over the years.