WELCOME TO THE REBORNPIPES STORE

The pipes on the rebornpipes store are arranged by country to help find what you are looking for. The Table of Contents below  links you to that page for that country when you click on it. Click only on the area you are interested in or if you want to check it all out feel free to browse!

PIPE RESTORATION GRAB BAGS & TOOLS

PIPES FOR SALE IN SUPPORT OF THE SA FOUNDATION

PIPES MADE BY AMERICAN PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY CANADIAN PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY BRITISH PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY DANISH PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY IRISH PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY FRENCH PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

PIPES MADE BY ITALIAN PIPEMAKING COMPANIES

MEERSCHAUM PIPES – CALABASH, SMOOTH & FIGURALS

FOLK ART PIPES AND PIPE ACCESSORIES – ASH TRAYS, RACKS & PIPE RESTS

Please Note:

All pipes (Other than the grab bags) have been cleaned and restored and are ready for you to smoke with a tobacco of your choice. You can read the details on each one by searching for them on the blog. All pipes are described in terms of condition. The price is for the pipe. Either I will pay the postage as will be stated in the description or the postage will be added when I am contacted by the buyer with their mailing address. If you are interested in any of these pipes or others you may see on the blog contact me at slaug@uniserve.com. You can also post questions or make offers in the comments box below each pipe that is offered.

 

91 thoughts on “WELCOME TO THE REBORNPIPES STORE

  1. Mike

    Soooo….I contacted Steve regarding a Bertrams Bull moose and a National Rhodesian a couple weeks ago with a bid. I can be a little…thrifty sometimes with my estate purchases. Steve politely informed me that the pipes in question were high quality and unique examples. That I would not be disappointed. He could not have been more correct. Both are in near pristine condition and indeed will be held in high esteem by me for many years to come. I thank you.
    Total Baddass pipes!
    And I thank you for the surprise Steve….
    Mike

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  2. norman

    Steve – just got the Bacchus in and it is soooo intense and gorgeous! Block is one beauty and the carving is impeccable! Stuff pops out even more in person than the photos show. the detail in the eyes and other parts are almost otherwordly. Thanks so much and what nice job you guys did in cleaning it all up! Thanks again Jeff and Steve! Will spend time this evening studying the detail more closely and a couple of bowls and stat the waxing tomorrow A.M..

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      1. Jim Dunne

        Thanks! Money sent. Any other Malaga’s available? I’m not great at navigating through your list of what’s available.

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        1. rebornpipes Post author

          Jim, I received the payment. I will send the pipe today so I need you to email your mailing info to slaug@uniserve.com

          As for other Malaga’s I have about 25+ in the queue right now. Give some idea of shapes etc that you are interested in and I can send you some photos of them… all are a mess at the moment and I working through them. Started with over 80 of them so making good progress.

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  3. Celia Whiston

    I have an Alfred Dunhill pipe reamer which is very old. It is a hedgehog with Alfred Dunhill Duke Street London SW on one side and Patent No 22411-08. Made in England on the other side. It is in a brown leather pouch. I cannot find out anywhere how much it is worth though one company in America says it is very rare and won’t give me a price unless I join their club for some amount of money and then have to cancel it after. I am a pensioner and can’t be bothered with all the fiddling about. Could you give me some advice? It would be VERY much appreciated.

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Thank you Celia. The Hedgehog Reamer was an interesting reamer. It came out under almost every Bristish Pipemaker – Barling, GBD, Dr. Plumb, Dunhill, Comoy’s etc. It is certainly collectible to some Dunhill folks. I have seen these go for between $50-75USD but it has to catch the eye of the right person.

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  4. Martin Barrett

    Trying to figure out how to order the following 3 items;

    A 6 pipe Rack and humidor combination. This solid walnut Alpen DI pipe rack is in good condition and cleaned up nicely. It is a classic 6 rack with room for three pipes on each side with space for a humidor on the end. There is a glass jar with a Rose cast on top of a brass coloured lid that is a humidor.

    This Grenci Dublin from Calabria, Italy
    This French Made Poker is an inexpensive addition to anyone’s rack.

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  5. STEPHEN J. HORVAT

    I AM LOOKING FOR THE REPLACEMENT METAL “BRASS” LIDS THAT WENT ON THE OLD TYROLEAN PORCELAIN PIPES. CAN ANYONE HELP ME PUT MY HANDS ON ANY?

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  6. Frank

    Steve, in your repair blog you talked about the repair of the Dunhill Shell 41009 you currently have for sale. You stated that you polished the bowl and shank with Conservator’s Wax. Is that wax not a micro-crystalline product? I have been wondering about micro-crystalline wax applications on pipes. Since they are petroleum based and synthetic, do they allow the wood to breathe adequately (to prevent the pipe from over heating)? – I have had very good luck with Renaissance Wax on a number of wood products. I have, however, been reluctant to use it on my pipes because I have not found anyone who can address my concern (that the wax will seal the wood, preventing it from breathing).

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Frank I have used it for a while now and found no issues with the breathing of the bowl. I find on the contrary that as the bowl is heated the wax dissipates and I can buff it with a soft cloth… works really well. It is pretty much the same thing as Renaissance Wax

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  7. RcGlavind

    Hi Steve, I am the one interested in the Danish Georg Jensen bent pipe and a tamper. I would like to purchase, so please send me the invoice again for the pipe and whitetail antler tamper.
    Many thanks! Robert G.

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  8. Mark Trahan

    I have recently purchased a vintage Bent Savinelli Alligator (brown) 606KS Blue stem and it needs a replacement stem and some refurbishing. Any ideas on where I could find one? I’m new to pipe smoking and picked it up on one of the bidding sites. Any info or help would be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Mark Trahan
    Tallahassee, FL, US
    mptrahan11@gmail.com

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Hi Mark
      Good to hear from you. You might try contacting the US Savinelli dealer about a stem unless the one you have can be repaired. You are welcome to send me some photos of the stem and I will have a look and see what I can tell you. slaug@uniserve.com

      Steve

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  9. George

    Hi Steve, I am interest in the Thompson Freehand, but can you let me know the post costs (Darien Illinois). The most economical and cost effective is fine with me (trying to cost cost low). Thanks

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  10. S. Stewart

    Hey All, I am looking for a nice Sasieni Family Era Four Dot Waterloo and a nice Sasieni Family Era Four Dot Exeter, plus another very nice Sasieni Family Era Four Dot 88 Ashford (not the Chubby 5 1/8″) but the later near 5 1/2″ pipe. All Smooth Finish.

    I have friend looking for a Dunhill 341-D and another who seeks a Bill Ashton Taylor early bent smooth finish.

    They can need moderate restoration, a cleaning or be ready to smoke.

    Thanks so much!

    Best regards,

    -SS

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  11. Adam Burkhardt

    Good afternoon. I would like to buy your “Savinelli Made Iwan Ries 207 Apple” pipe if it is still available. The Iwan Ries store is near and dear to my heart, and you did a great job on the pipe.

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  12. Dominic

    Hi Steve, I’m interested in the Stanwell Jubilee. I sent a email to you regarding this pipe.
    Regards
    Dominic

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  13. Frank

    Custom made Solid Oak 36 pipe rack – I am prepared to buy. I cannot find any “buy” mechanism on this site. Will you actually contact me?! My e-mail address is not for public consumption!!!

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  14. Gareth Amery

    Great site. For your interest and with respect to the Sasieni Fantail Rusticated 55: A Google patent search yields the results that the US patent D-170067 was obtained in 1953 (valid for 14 years) but Sasieni patent stamping was discontinued in the late 1950s (apparently).

    I am very interested in this pipe and have emailed you separately.

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  15. Tim Harper

    Steve,
    I am looking for my birth year pipe, 1956.
    Do you have anything from that year. Preferably English made but any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Thanks!

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  16. Corbin

    I have a Hilson Spectacular meerschaum lined pipe. I need a tubular condenser for it. Are any available?

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  17. Sammy

    Hi there,
    I’m interested in the grape meerschaum. How much for postage to Canada?im in BC. This would be my first meerschaum. Thank you!

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      1. Esbern Johnsen, Denmark

        Hello

        I have to say I would be rather surprised if it was block meerschaum. Calabash meerschaum heads are not supposed to be block meerschaum, and are basically never (or very very rarely) made from block meerschaum. Probably because it would be pointless to use block meerschaum for a calabash, as the gourd cone takes care of the moisture (which is the one real reason to use block meerschaum in pipes). I may be wrong in this particular case ofcourse, but that’s the general rule for calabash meerschaum inserts. If you really want to make sure, there are ways to test whether it is one or the other, but as I said, I would be very surprised if this was block meerschaum, as that is not what is normally used for calabash pipes.

        Kind regards, Esbern.

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  18. Dennis J.Bruce

    I would like to purchase from you a John Calich tobacco pipe used or new pipe if you have one available? John Calich was a personal friend of our family and my dear Dad had many pipes handcrafted by Mr Calich. My Dad has passed on and I would love to own a John Calich pipe in memory of my dear Dad. Hope you can assist in getting me any style of a John Calich’s that would be greatly appreciate. Please let me know if you can assist in my special request. Please note the condition is not important as well. Hope to hear from you real soon. You have a great website too.

    Dennis J.Bruce
    Cambridge, Ontario Canada

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      1. Dennis J.Bruce

        Thanks for taking the time to review my special request for a John Calich pipe.
        Hope you can locate one for me in the near future and perhaps one of your readers may also be able to assist.

        Dennis J.Bruce , Cambridge Ontario Canada
        email: djbruce@sympatico.ca

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  19. Thomas Wildeman

    hi there,

    I would like to buy the following pipe:

    “Bjarne Nielsen Handmade Grade B Danish Freehand with a Cumberland Stem”

    I live in fort langley bc — let me know if it is available and your paypal id if it is.

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  20. Seth Garvin

    I’m interested in the lattice bent meerschaummar. My brother in law Dal Stanton reached out to you.

    Best price?

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  21. Arnold

    Steve,
    I’m inquiring about the Carey Magic Inch Freehand.
    It is deep Reddish, Square/Flat bottom,
    with Stitch pattern Rustification.
    Is this pipe still for sale? You have it listed at $30 + Sh
    If so, please give me the total $ and how to purchasing.
    Thanks

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Hi Arnold. Yes the pipe is still for sale at that price. If you live in the US I can ship it to you for about $8. Other places are slightly more from Canada. As for paying you can do so through my paypal account slaug@uniserve.com The total would then be $38 for the pipe and shipping to anywhere in the US. Thanks.

      Oh I also picked up a second pipe just like that – little variations but it will also so be available.

      Thanks

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  22. Michael Nunnally

    I have just come into a pair of Kaywoodie Signets and there cleaning up nicely, there going to be my first restoration. Can you tell me how you cleaned and polished up the metal banding on the Signet Bulldog you restored please.

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  23. Candida Bivens

    Hi Steve I found your article on the Marshall Fields & Co pipe, this is one of the few things I have found about these pipes. I have a pipe I bought from an estate auction that is Marshall Fields & Co made in London England. This pipe doesn’t say supreme on it. It has a 3″ straight billiard mouth piece, it has not been refurbished. I am going to list it on my Etsy shop but I have no idea what to charge for it. Do you have any advice on what I should ask for it?

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  24. Donald boulanger

    I have a cpl dz pipes in various states of disrepair. To what address may I send them for restoration?

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  25. Jarred Whitlock

    Hey Steve,
    Do you repair/restore pipes for others? I found a Dunhill Apple shell briar from 1942-1950 at a swap meet. It is already in decent shape I can send you pictures if you would be interested. I’ve never attempted a restoration and I don’t really want my first to be with a Dunhill.

    Jarred

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Hey Jared, I do repair/restore them for others. Sounds like you got a sweet deal. Send me some photos to slaug@uniserve.com We are in the middle of a postal strike here in Canada so let me figure out a way to have you send it.

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  26. WanderingPop

    Hi Steve,

    I’m looking for a pipe made in a particular year. Do you have any that can be dated to 1985 (I’m looking for my birthday year pipe.)

    Thanks!
    Wandering Pop

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  27. EA

    Hi,

    I had a general question on postage. If I were to purchase two pipes at the same time, would both pipes be covered by the same postage cost?

    Thanks!

    Reply
  28. Matt Ehrenberg

    Hi Steve – What is the total cost with shipping on the #42 and what form of payment do you prefer? Should I be responding via regular email; I couldn’t find a direct email address.
    Thank you.
    Matt

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    1. rebornpipes Post author

      Matt you can email me at slaug@uniserve.com. I will need you railing address to give you a postage cost. If you are in the US the postage is generally $12. you can add that to the cost of the pipe for a total. Payment is best through PayPal. My paypal account is my email address.
      Thanks
      Steve

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  29. Matt Ehrenberg

    Hi Steve – What is the total cost with shipping on the #42| What kind of payment do you take? Should I be responding via regular email; I couldn’t find a direct email address.
    Thank you.
    Matt

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  30. Troy W

    I can give you a clue on the age, Westbrooks were made from the 1955 -to early 80s , The # 42 is a Continental Shape though and Dr. Grabow only made those shapes from early 60s to no later than 67-68.

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