Pipes Under $100

Looking for a great deal on a refurbished estate pipe? You’re on the right page! Whether you’re just starting your pipe smoking journey or looking for another pipe to fill out your rack and rotation, you’ll find some great options here.

Pipes

Savinelli Extra 2005 – $70CAD

Dating from the late 1960s or early 1970s, this wire-rusticated, silver-mounted Savinelli Extra 2005 is presented in a classic Straight Apple shape.

The sterling silver band adds a nice bit of bling, perfectly balancing the black briar finish with the deep jet of the acrylic stem.

Pipe measures 5-3/4″ long with a 1-1/2″ tall by 1-3/8″wide bowl. Chamber bore is a hair over 3/4″ in diameter.

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Missouri Meerschaum MacArthur Natural Cob, Unsmoked – $25.00CAD

Here’s one for all the cob fans out there! Be the General of your own campaign with this Missouri Meerschaum MacArthur Natural cob pipe in As New, Unsmoked condition!

Pipe is certainly a statement piece at 9″ long and 4″ tall. Chamber bore is 3/4″. You’ll definitely need a long tamper for this one!

Old Pal Canadian – $50.00CAD

This pipe came to me as a raw stummel marked very faintly as an “Old Pal” pipe. A new Vulcanite stem with Delrin tenon has been fitted and the pipe completely refinished in a red/brown over black contrast stain. A nickel shank band adds a bit of bling to the elegant, classic Canadian shape.

Pipe measures 6-1/2″ long with a 2″ tall by 1-1/4″ wide bowl. Chamber bore is 3/4″.

Marquis 326 Rhodesian by Paradis -$50.00CAD

I had some fun with this Marquis Rhodesian stummel. Made by Paradis Pipes in Quebec, this pipe has been fitted with a Danish style fancy stem instead of the more common round taper stem for a bit of a different look and feel.

Pipe measures 6″ long overall; bowl is 1-1/2″ wide and 1-1/2″ tall. Chamber bore is 3/4″.

Parker Super Bruyere 98 Foursquare – $60CAD

This Parker Super Bruyere Foursquare, made after the Parker-Hardcastle merger in 1967, is a lovely example of the brand which began as a Dunhill seconds line but has stood on its own since the 1950s.

The briar shows an interesting mix of flame grain, tiger stripe and birdseye, and the original stem fits snugly. Pipe shows a few small handling marks, and the thermofoil stem logo has worn off. Pipe is stamped “Parker Super Bruyere” and “98” on the left shank and “Made in London” over “England” and a “4” in a circle on the right shank. There is no date stamp.

Pipe measures 5-1/2″ long by 1-5/8″ tall by 1-1/4″ wide. Chamber bore is 3/4″ in diameter by 1-1/4″ deep.

Danmore 531 Oval Shank Volcano – $45.00CAD

Made in Denmark in the 1970s by Hans Sørensen’s Danmore pipe company, this pipe features a straight oval shank, wide saddle stem and a steeply sloped Volcano shaped bowl, all set against a gently sandblasted finish.

Stamps on the underside of the shank include the shape number, “531”, and “Danmore” over “Made in Denmark”. The stem carries the company’s lowercase “d” logo.

Cleaned, sanitized and ready to enjoy. A quality Danish pipe at a great price!

G. Larsen Old Briar 101 Tankard Made in Norway – $50.00CAD

I don’t see many Norwegian-made estate pipes here in Ontario, and this is a classic beauty! Made by G. Larsens Pipefabrik in Lillehammer, Norway, this pipe is stamped “G. Larsen” over “Old Briar” on the left flank and “Made in Norway” on the right flank. A shape number, “101” is stamped on the underside. The stummel is in excellent condition, without apparent fills or flaws. The vulcanite stem is a well-fitted replacement.

John’s Natural 532 Square Shank Globe – $45.00CAD

This is another beautiful briar made for John’s Pipe Shop by Comoy’s, this time at the French factory in St Claude. The stummel is cut from a lovely piece of briar, without fills or flaws. The original Vulcanite stem has had tooth dents repaired, and the edges of stem and shank aren’t as sharp as they used to be but the pipe is ready to enjoy and is a great way to add a vintage Comoy to the rack for less!

Yello-Bole Standard Hexagonal Billiard – $35.00CAD

This elegant smaller pipe is a bit of a mystery – the pipe is stamped with two shape numbers, “92” and “53”. Shape 92 in the Kaywoodie shape chart corresponds to our Hexagonal Billiard shape, while Shape 53 indicates a bulldog of some sort, which is clearly not the case here.
Regardless of stamping, this is a nice, smaller pipe for those looking for a short smoke. Pipe measures 5-1/2″ long with a 5/8″W x 1-1/8″D chamber. This one came to me with a cracked shank and broken tenon; it now sports a shiny nickel shank band and a Delrin tenon in the original vulcanite stem.