Pipes for sale at the rebornpipes store

I will be regularly adding pipes to this page that I am selling. All pipes have been cleaned and restored. 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.

        • An E.A. Carey Magic Inch crowned top Apple. This pipe is the second Carey Magic Inch pipe that I am posting today. It is stamped E.A. Carey over Magic Inch over Pat. No. 3267942 on the left side of the shank. On the right side it is stamped GRECIAN. The pipe has some beautiful grain patterns on the front, back, sides and rim. The rim is crowned and in excellent shape with some minor rim darkening. The bowl is in excellent shape and the rim is clean. The stem is clean and has some minor scratches. It is the typical ventilated Carey Magic Inch stem. The buyer will need to purchase some of Carey’s Papyrate filters before smoking. The dimensions are Length: 5 1/2 inches Height: 1 5/8 inches Bowl depth: 1 1/4 inches Bowl diameter: 3/4 inch. It is clean and ready to smoke. PRICE $50 USD PRICE REDUCED AGAIN $25 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer
        • A Beautifully shaped GBD Marquis Diplomat. This pipe has the GBD in an oval stamped on the top of the shank and under that it reads Marquis. On the underside of the shank it is stamped St. Claude France over the shape number 752. It is a nicely grained pipe  whose shape follows the grain. The oval shank and oval saddle stem is very clean. The inside of the bowl has been reamed and cleaned. The stem is in excellent condition with only one tiny tooth mark on the underside near the button. There is a GBD Oval stamped into the topside of the saddle stem. The dimensions are Length: 5 1/2 inches Height: 1 1/2 inches Bowl depth: 1 1/4 inches Bowl diameter: 7/8 inch. It is clean and ready to smoke. PRICE $60 USD PRICE REDUCED $50 + Postage to be paid by buyer.
        • Looking for a Birthyear Pipe? This might be what you are looking for. Here is a 1977 Dunhill Bruyere 21143 1/4 bent Dublin. This pipe is stamped with the five digit 21143 shape number next to Dunhill over Bruyere on the left side of the shank and Made in England with a 17 following the D on the right side. The dark reddish stain highlights the grain of this pipe. The finish is in excellent shape and the flat rim is very clean. The inside of the bowl is very clean and lightly smoked. The stem is very clean with a no bite marks. The dimensions are Length: 5 1/2 inches Height: 1 3/4 inches Bowl depth: 1 1/2 inches Bowl diameter: 3/4 inch. It is clean and ready to smoke. PRICE $200 USD PRICE REDUCED $185 + Postage to be paid by buyer.
        • Are you interested in trying your hand at pipe refurbishing and restoration? This may well be the deal for you! I have a bag of six pipes that I am willing to pass on to anyone who is interested in purchasing it. The pipes are in need of a variety of refurbishing challenges. They are sold as is in the condition noted below.<img class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-49516″ src=”https://rebornpipes.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/bag1.jpg&#8221; alt=”bag1″ width=”626″ height=”398″
          • 1. Billiard. Stamped Carey Magic Inch Pat. No. 3267941 on the left side of the shank and Made In London England on the right. Needs to be reamed, the rim top is dirty with overflow of the bowl cake. Outer edge of the rim is chipped and nicked. The finish is in decent shape. Dirty but undamaged. Stamping is clear and sharp. Stem is covered with tooth chatter and some light tooth marks on the top and the bottom of the stem. The button is worn on the top and the underside from chewing.
          • 2. Freehand. Stamped Carey Magic Inch Pat. No. 3267941 on the left side of the shank and Israel on the underside of the shank. Probably made by Shalom Pipe Company. This one has the worm trail grooves around the bowl. The corners have been flattened. Rim top is darkened with some burn marks on the back left. The stem is better than the previous one – with lighter tooth chatter and some wear and tear on the button. Stem needs to be bent to match shank.
          • 3. Faux Plateau Freehand Dublin. Stamped Carey Magic Inch Pat. No. 800357 over Freehand on the left side of the shank and no other stamping. The finish on this one is quite good. There is a small fills on the right side of the bowl about midbowl. Though there is a thick cake in the bowl and manmade plateau is dirty it is not bad. The stem has some light tooth marks on the top and underside near the button and the tooth chatter is very light.
          • 4. No name medium sized Canadian. This one has no visible stamping on either top or bottom of the shank. The beveled rim is dirty with tars and oils and there is a thick cake in the bowl. The finish is in excellent shape. There are a few sandpits and some scratches on the left side of the bowl. There are some sandpits on the underside of the shank near the stem. The stem has a large chunk missing from the end and will either need a new stem or repair.
          • 5. No name medium sized Billiard. This one also has no stamping on the shank. The bowl is lightly caked and the rim is covered in a black tar/oil that will need to be removed. The finish is in good shape with light scratches on the bottom of the bowl and shank. The stem is dirty and has some calcification from what appears to have been a softee bit. There are light tooth marks and tooth chatter on the stem on both sides next to the button.
          • 6. No name Meerschaum Bent Dublin with a crowned top. The bowl is thickly caked and there is some darkening and colour on the top. The shank also has some colour and a crack on top of the shank under the dark colour. The stem is pretty clean with some darkening in the slot on the button and in the airway. There is minimal tooth chatter on the stem and no tooth marks. This one would be a good smoking pipe for someone but will not sell for much.
    • The condition of the pipes has been spelled out above. These are for you to work on and clean up on your own. I have picked an assortment that will need a variety of repairs as spelled out also. This lot can be yours and it will be a good practice lot. PRICE $50 USD  PRICE REDUCED $40 + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • A Walnut 6 Pipe Rack. This genuine walnut rack is in good shape. Needs a bit of clean up and polishing but it is a great looking rack with three pipes per side. There is a stripe of Maple in the middle of each side for contrast. You can  use it to display your favorite rotation on a desk or chair side table. The dimensions are Length: 5 inches Width: 5 1/2 inches Height: 4 1/2 inches. It needs some TLC but it is a nice older rack. PRICE $20 USD PRICE REDUCED $18 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • A Brownie Oak 6 Pipe Rack with square humidor in the centre. This oak humidor and rack is in excellent shape. The lid is pressure fit and has Aztec Clay disk in the cover. Needs a bit of clean up and polishing but it is a great looking combination rack and humidor to display your favorite rotation on a desk or chair side table. The dimensions are Length: 10 inches Width: 9 1/2 inches Height: 7 inches. It needs some TLC buy it is a nice older oak rack and humidor. PRICE $45 USD PRICE REDUCED $40 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • This beautiful Custom made Solid Oak 36 pipe rack would make an excellent backdrop for your collection. This oak pipe rack was handmade with 1 inch thick oak boards. It is stained with a dark walnut stain. The grain really pops. It has been drilled for mounting on the wall. It might be just what you are looking for. The layout of the three tier rack is made to hold tall or long pipes on the top shelf. The rest of the rack  can also hold tall pipes. The finish is in excellent shape and ready to use. The dimensions are Length: 22 1/4 inches Width: 9 1/4 inches Height: 15 1/2 inches Distance between the notched top and the base: 5 3/4 inch. PRICE $200 USD PRICE REDUCED $175 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • Have you been thinking of adding a graceful Gourd Calabash to your collection? This may be your opportunity to add one. This is an old timer that has been rejuvenated somewhere along the course of its long life. The silver band and gourd are marked London England and the hallmarks date it to 1910. The meerschaum cup/bowl is a replacement from JH Lowe and the cork gasket in the gourd has been replaced. The shank end of the gourd has a hardwood plug that is drilled to fit the new stem that was made for the pipe.  The pipe is clean. The gourd has some hardened tars on the inner walls but most of those have been removed as well. The meerschaum bowl and stem are unsmoked. The finish on the gourd is in excellent shape and the pipe is ready for you to use. The dimensions are Length: 8 1/4 inches Width: 2 1/2 inches Height: 4 inches Bowl Chamber diameter: 7/8 inch. PRICE $95 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • Here is another opportunity to add a graceful Gourd Calabash to your collection. This pipe may be another option for  you if you are looking. Don’t miss the opportunity to add one of these cool smoking pipes. This one is also an old timer that has been rejuvenated somewhere along the course of its long life. The silver band and gourd are marked Made in Austria. The left side of the shank of the gourd is stamped Aonian – a brand about which I can find no information. The meerschaum cup/bowl is a replacement from JH Lowe and the cork gasket in the gourd has been replaced. The gourd, band and stem on this one are original. The pipe is very clean. The gourd has been cleaned but there are some hardened tars on the inner walls. The meerschaum bowl is unsmoked. The finish on the gourd is in excellent shape and the pipe is ready for you to use. The dimensions are Length: 7 3/4 inches Width: 2 3/4 inches Height: 4 inches Bowl Chamber diameter: 7/8 inch. PRICE $95 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • Here is an opportunity to add a smaller graceful Gourd Calabash to your collection. This pipe may be an option for  you if you are looking for a calabash. Don’t miss the opportunity to add one of these cool smoking pipes. This one is also an old timer that has been rejuvenated somewhere along the course of its long life. The gourd is an older one judging from the patina on it. There is no stamping on the gourd or shank. The meerschaum cup/bowl is a replacement from JH Lowe and the cork gasket in the gourd has been replaced. The gourd has been cut off and a shank extension of Cumberland was added to the shank end. I believe the shank extension has been joined with the gourd by a tenon. The joint is solid. The Cumberland has been drilled out to fit a push stem. The stem appears to be a freehand stem that was adapted to fit the calabash. It fit well and looks good.The pipe is very clean. The gourd has been cleaned but there are some hardened tars on the inner walls. The meerschaum bowl is unsmoked. The finish on the gourd is in excellent shape and the pipe is ready for you to use. The dimensions are Length: 7 1/2 inches Width: 2 1/8 inches Height: 3 inches Bowl Chamber diameter: 7/8 inch. PRICE $85 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.
      • One more opportunity to add a smaller graceful Gourd Calabash to your collection. This pipe may be another option for you if you are looking for a smaller calabash. Don’t miss the opportunity to add one of these cool smoking pipes. This one is a newer one, probably a Pioneer Gourd Calabash but there is no marks or labels. It also had been rejuvenated somewhere along the way. There is no stamping on the gourd or shank. The meerschaum cup/bowl could be the original but I have a feeling it was added when the original broke or disappeared. The cork gasket in the gourd has been replaced. The end cap and shank extension appear to be a hard plastic/rubber. The stem appears to be a freehand stem that was adapted to fit the calabash. It fits well and looks good.The pipe is very clean. The gourd has been cleaned. The meerschaum bowl has been cleaned and polished. There are light scratches in the meerschaum. The finish on the gourd is in excellent shape and the pipe is ready for you to use. The dimensions are Length: 7 1/4 inches Width: 2 inches Height: 3 1/2 inches Bowl Chamber diameter: 7/8 inch. PRICE $70 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.

       

41 thoughts on “Pipes for sale at the rebornpipes store

  1. 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!

    Reply
  2. 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

    Reply
      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

        Reply
  3. 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.

    Reply
  4. Seth Garvin

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

    Best price?

    Reply
  5. 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

    Reply
    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

      Reply
  6. 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.

    Reply
  7. 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?

    Reply
  8. Donald boulanger

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

    Reply
  9. 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

    Reply
    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.

      Reply
  10. 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

    Reply
  11. 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
  12. 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

    Reply
    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

      Reply
  13. 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

    Reply
  14. 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.

    Reply

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