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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 11, 2018

Paris, the Home of Gambier
        Arther van Esveld................................................................................................................................ 1

​Raucher und „Tobackspfeiffenmacher“ in Hamburg
       Rüdiger Articus.................................................................................................................................. 19

​Clay Tobacco Pipes from Eisenberg Castle near Korbach, Germany
        Sabrina Liebetrau............................................................................................................................. 35

​Neue Erkenntnisse zu Pfeifenbäckern des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts in Norddeutschland
       Rüdiger Articus.................................................................................................................................. 51

​Kitsch and Taste or There is No Accounting for Taste Bohemian Tobacco Jars
       Wolfgang Cremer............................................................................................................................... 55

​Healthy Pipes?
       Ruud Stam and Thera Stam-de Nooyer............................................................................................ 61

​‘Meerschaum for the Masses’: Towards a History of the Laxey Pipe Factory, Isle of Man
       P. J. Davey......................................................................................................................................... 69

​Clay Tobacco Pipes from Copenhagen, Denmark: Stray Finds from Three Collections
       Bert van der Lingen........................................................................................................................... 85

​Notes on the History of a Nymphenburg Porcelain Pipe Bowl from the Eighteenth Century
       Dorothea and Wolfgang Cremer...................................................................................................... 105

​The Robinson Collection – Clay Tobacco Pipes from Willaston, Cheshire
       David A. Higgins.............................................................................................................................. 107

​János Arany’s Pipe in the Hungarian National Museum
       Anna Ridovics.................................................................................................................................. 137


REVIEW
 
Jan van Oostveen: Tabakshandelaren en tabakspijpenmakers in Delft (1600-1813) 
       Ruud Stam...................................................................................................................................... 147

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 10, 2017

Die Tabakpfeifen vom Kirchhügel in Bendern, Fürstentum Liechtenstein.  Zur Geschichte des Tabaks

und der Tonpfeifenforschung in Liechtenstein

        Andreas Heege.................................................................................................................................. 1

A rare baroque pipe from the Fremling Collection in Lund

        Peter Davey and Magdalena Ewa Naum......................................................................................... 20

Kiseru export from Japan in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

         Barnabas Tatsuya Suzuki............................................................................................................... 27

Tobacco related items and tobacco in probate inventories of the Dutch East India Company (VOC)

in Dejima, Nagasaki (Japan)

         Bert van der Lingen........................................................................................................................ 37

Quelques marques de pipiers français inusitées

         André Leclaire................................................................................................................................ 63

 

Les pipiers de Serves

         André Leclaire................................................................................................................................ 79

 

John Inderwick: pipes for an expanding world

         Dennis Gallagher........................................................................................................................... 89

Some notes about the transfer of clay tobacco pipe technology: the Dutch route

          Ruud Stam................................................................................................................................... 98

 

Westerwald Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, Werkbund tobacco jars as works of art

          Ruud Stam................................................................................................................................. 109

 

A nineteenth-century silver pipe with portraits of members of two important Polish families,

Potocki and Zamoyski

           Michal Morawski and Ruud Stam.............................................................................................. 119

 

Smoking pipes from the Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi, Malta

           John Wood................................................................................................................................ 122

 

Pipes and smoking in the Manx internment camps 1914 to 1919

            Peter Davey.............................................................................................................................. 135

 

Tobacco pipes of Nazi Germany: a wartime whodunnit

            Ben Rapaport........................................................................................................................... 158

 

REVIEW

 

Jan van Oostveen: Tabakshandelaren en tabakspijpenmakers in Bergen op Zoom in de 17e eeuw

             Ruud Stam.............................................................................................................................. 162

Appendices:

Tobacco related items and tobacco in probate inventories of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in Dejima, Nagasaki (Japan)

Introduction

Appendix 1-3, Groups & Names

Appendix 4-11, Number of items

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 9, 2016

Editorial......................................................................................................................................................... ii

 

PIPES IN PEACE AND WAR

The economic consequences of war for pipemakers

         Ruud Stam.......................................................................................................................................... 1

Smoking pipes for patriots: porcelain pipe bowls decorated with patriotic motifs in the

National Museum in Krakow

        Monika Paś......................................................................................................................................... 11

Clay tobacco pipes and songs related to the Metal Cross of 1831

        Bert van der Lingen............................................................................................................................ 16

Commemorative pipes from the Crimean War

        Ruud Stam.......................................................................................................................................... 21

A pipe from the 1914 Christmas Truce

        Dennis Gallagher................................................................................................................................ 29

Pipemakers’ organisations in the Westerwald in and around World War II

        Ruud Stam......................................................................................................................................... 32

 

OTHER PAPERS

The ‘English’ pipes in the Rothschild collection: typology, chronology and provenance

        Peter Davey....................................................................................................................................... 40

Japanese kiseru of the 17th & 18th centuries unearthed in southwest Siberia

        Barney Suzuki................................................................................................................................... 93

Clay pipes from the waters of Veštar Harbour near Rovinji in Croatia

        Luka Bekić..........................................................................................................................................99

Metal elements attached to clay pipes

        Felix van Tienhoven......................................................................................................................... 109

Saftsäcke aus Verden an der Aller

        Rüdiger Articus................................................................................................................................ 121

Les étuis à pipe : quelques éléments de datation

        André Leclaire..................................................................................................................................133

Ein früher und ungewöhnlicher Nachweis für den Gebrauch der Tonpfeifen in Niedersachsen

        Rüdiger Articus................................................................................................................................ 135

Handmade and hand worked pipes from northern France

        Ron de Haan.....................................................................................................................................137

Gubbels: from retail to the production of iconic pipes

        Ruud Stam....................................................................................................................................... 155

 

REVIEWS

Ben Rapaport: Tobacco and smoking among the blue and grey. The illustrated history of an

American folk-art curiosity. The Civil War soldier’s tobacco pipe

        Arjan de Haan................................................................................................................................. 167

Dirk Schindelbeck, Christoph Alten and other authors: Zigaretten-Fronten. Die politischen

Kulturen des Rauchens in der Zeit des Ersten Weltkriegs

        Wolfgang Cremer............................................................................................................................ 167

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 8, 2015

Dutch pipes from Berlin

        Bertram Faensen, Bert van der Lingen and Ruud Stam..................................................................... 1

Some aspects of the social history of Dutch pipe makers in the seventeenth and eighteenth

centuries 

        Ruud Stam......................................................................................................................................... 9

Aufgetaucht - Tonpfeifenfunde aus dem Kieler Hafen 

        Philip Lüth, Florian Huber and André Dubisc................................................................................... 13

Turkish pipes from Stari Bar, Montenegro

        Sauro Gelichi and Lara Sabbionesi.................................................................................................. 21

The Japanese tobacco culture in the Edo period (1603-1867)

        Masayuki Handa.............................................................................................................................. 51

Les pipes en métal en forme de clé

        André Leclaire................................................................................................................................. 55

Dutch pipes: for richer, for poorer: some preliminary notes

        Ruud Stam...................................................................................................................................... 63

Smoking in polite British society, 1815-70

        Dennis Gallagher............................................................................................................................ 69

The other Dutch clay pipe

        Ruud Stam...................................................................................................................................... 77

The export of clay pipes to the Netherlands from the German firms Gebrüder Bordollo and

Jacobi, Adler & Co

        Ruud Stam...................................................................................................................................... 89

Meerschaum cigar holders with stanhopescopic microphotographs of the 1848 patriotic Hungarian generals

        Anna Ridovics ...............................................................................................................................103

Snuff is enough: tobacco consumption in eighteenth-century Scotland

        Dennis Gallagher...........................................................................................................................109

 

REVIEW

Jan van Oostveen:  Tabak, tabakspijpenmakers en hun producten in Rotterdam(1600-1675)

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................... 115

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 7, 2014

Seventeenth to eighteenth-century Turkish pipes at Eger Castle

        Emese Varga ............................... .............. ......................................................................................1

'Exotic imports' : an initial assessment of detachable tobacco pipe bowls and other smoking

exotica used by the British at home and abroad

        David A. Higgins.............................................................................................................................. 15

Ottoman clay pipes and Ottoman-style clay pipes: a review of some published research

since 2000

        Peter Davey.................................................................................................................................... 65

Zwei bemerkenswerte Tabakspfeifenköpfe aus Wien (Österreich) und Ramsee (Bayern) -

österreichische" Militärpfeifen" aus dem frühen 18. Jahrhundert?

        Nikolaus Hofer................................................................................................................................ 73

The Dublin pipe trade in the 1830s to 1850s, with some comment on the trade outside Dublin

        Joe Norton...................................................................................................................................... 79

The Limerick Pipe-makers' Guild

        Peter Davey.................................................................................................................................... 85

Victorian briar pipe enthusiasts

        Andrew Aoba.................................................................................................................................. 93

Finely decorated wooden pipes from the collections of the Serbian rulers

        Divna Gacic.................................................................................................................................. 103

REVIEWS

Wolfgang Cremer: Antike Pfeifen aus Deutschland und anderen Ländern and Antiken

Tabakiana (außer Pfeifen)

      Peter Davey.................................................................................................................................... 111

Clay Pipe Research 3

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................... 112

John Endlich and Marius van Dam: Nederlandse zilveren tabaksdozen , 1650-1800.

De Davis Collectie

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................... 113

 

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 6, 2013

Editorial

        Dennis Gallagher and Peter Davey.................................................................................................. iii

 

NORTH AND SOUTH: TOBACCO PIPE RESEARCH AND COLLECTING IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN AND ITS NORTH-WESTERN EUROPEAN CONNECTIONS

The pipe collection of Alice, Baroness Rothschild: an introductory overview

        Peter Davey .......................................................................................................................................1

Metal pipes in the Alice de Rothschild collection

         Felix van Tienhoven....................................................................................................................... 33

Les foumeaux de pipes en ' porcelaine de Paris'

        André Leclaire................................................................................................................................. 43

The Manifattura Tabacchi of Venice and the clay pipe factory of Severino Meydel at Oriago,

in relation to WM clay pipes at Venice

        Albert Halmos ................................................................................................................................ 51

Analyse des marques sur foumeaux avec initiales et chiffres à St Quentin et dans les autres

centres de production français

        André Leclaire................................................................................................................................ 63

Clay tobacco pipes made by the Manby family of London

        Jacqui Pearce................................................................................................................................. 71

Dutch and English clay pipes found in Santander (Cantabria, Spain)

        Carolina Cortés Bárcena................................................................................................................ 83

Morelli and the Tophane pipe

        Arjan de Haan................................................................................................................................. 89

FIRE AND WATER: PIPES AS A SYMBOL OF MARITIME TRADE CONNECTIONS

Opening address: the interpretation of pipe finds as trade

        Peter Davey................................................................................................................................... 97

Clay tobacco pipes from archaeological contexts

       Joanna Dabal ................................................................................................................................101

Pipes and trade in pipes in nineteenth-century Krakow

        Michal Myslinski...........................................................................................................................109

Pipe-makers in Krakow and their master craftsmanship examination pieces in the

nineteenth century

        Monika Paś................................................................................................................................. 111

Turkish pipes as indicators of maritime connections in the north Black Sea area

        Svitlana Biliaieva......................................................................................................................... 113

Metal ornamented tobacco pipes from the Carpathians and surroundings     

        Felix van Tienhoven.................................................................................................................... 123

The import of Dutch pipes into Germany during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................. 133

The implication of clay tobacco pipes into Ireland in the seventeenth century, with special

reference to the Dutch-style material

        Peter Davey and Joe Norton....................................................................................................... 141

 

OTHER PAPERS

The introduction of smoking into China

        Barnabas Suzuki........................................................................................................................ 155

Pfeifenfragmente aus der Hafengrabung in Stade

        Stefan Leenen............................................................................................................................ 169

The 'embroidery of Livno' on smoking accessories

        Divna Gacic................................................................................................................................ 203

The hero of a French republican pipemaker and other pipemakers from Strasbourg

        Ruud Stam, Gilles Kleiber and André Leclaire........................................................................... 209

 

REVIEWS

Divna Gacic: The pipes /rom museum collections of Serbia

        Ruud Stam................................................................................................................................. 215

Jaarbook 2013.  PKN Stichting  voor  onderzoek  historische tabakspijpen 

        Peter Davey................................................................................................................................ 217

Bert van der Lingen: Van de Velde, Burgklij & Zapfenbergh: Drie Amsterdamse

tabaks- en pijpenhandelaren uit de 18" eeuw

        Ruud Stam................................................................................................................................. 219

 

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 5, 2012

Editorial

        Dennis Gallagher................................................................................................................................. iii

THE TURKS ABROAD: THE PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND INFLUENCE OF OTTOMAN PIPES AND PIPE-MAKERS IN EUROPE AND BEYOND

Tobacco pipes from the Belgrade Fortress: context and chronology

        Vesna Bikić........................................................................................................................................... 1

Clay pipes from Sirmium

        Biljana Lučić......................................................................................................................................... 9

Turkish clay pipes from archaeological excavations in Dubrovnik

        Nikolina Topić and Branka Milošević................................................................................................... 17

The pipes of Bač

        Branislava Mikić – Antonić.................................................................................................................. 27

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Turkish pipes and pipes produced in Poland to resemble Turkish pipes, in the collections

of the National Museum in Krakow

        Monika Paś......................................................................................................................................... 43

The symbiosis of eastern and western elements on several pipes from the Museum of

Applied Art in Belgrade, Serbia

        Milica Križanac.................................................................................................................................... 55

Seventeenth and eighteenth-century Ottoman smoking pipes in the Netherlands

        Bert van der Lingen............................................................................................................................. 61

Metal Ottoman-style pipes found/produced in Europe outside present Turkey

        Felix van Tienhoven............................................................................................................................ 75

Southem European elements in Gambier's products and designs

        Arthur van Esveld............................................................................................................................... 83

SOCIAL ASPECTS OF PIPEMAKING

Some aspects of the social history of pipe making in the nineteenth century Netherlands

        Ruud Stam......................................................................................................................................... 87

Aspects méconnus du métier de pipier en France

        André Leclaire.................................................................................................................................... 91

The social conditions of pipemakers in nineteenth-century Glasgow

        Dennis Gallagher ............................................................................................................................. 107

OTHER  CONTRIBUTIONS

The production and trade in socketed clay pipes found in Barcelona between the seventeenth

and the nineteenth centuries

        Julia Beltrán de Heredia, Núria Miró and Mikel Soberón................................................................. 111

A late eighteenth century Dutch clay cigar bolder from Cape Town, South Africa

        Ute A. Seemann.............................................................................................................................. 127

REVIEW

Arne Ằkerhagen: Den svenska kritpipan - pipor, tillverkare och fynd

        Peter Davey..................................................................................................................................... 129

CONTRIBUTORS  TO THIS VOLUME.................................................................................................... 131

 

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS

        Dennis Gallagher............................................................................................................................. 133

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 4, 2011

Editorial

        Peter Davey and Anna Ridovics........................................................................................................ iii

GENERAL PAPERS ABOUT SMOKING

The changing representations of tobacco and pipe smoking in the old and new worlds between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries

        Paul Jahshan..................................................................................................................................... 1

Rauchzeichen liber Helvetien : zum Stand der tonpfeifenforschung in der Schweiz unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Kantons Bern

        Andreas Heege................................................................................................................................ 15

Dutch influences on the Japanese smoking habit

        Barnabas Suzuki............................................................................................................................. 39

OTTOMAN PERIOD PIPES IN THE EAST

'Drinking' a bone pipe: food for archaeological thought

        Ayşe Dudu Tepe.................................................................................................. ........................... 45

The Other Turkish pipe: the legacy of an Ottoman original, the chibouk

        Ben Rapaport.................................................................................................................................. 51

MEERSCHAUM  PIPES

True or false, in the wake of a legend: the so called 'pipe of the first meerschaum carver', Károly

Kovács, in the Hungarian National Museum?

        Anna Ridovics................................................................................................................................ 71

Iconography, morphology and meerschaum: four essays illustrating their nexus

        Frank Burla, Hakon Kierulf, Sarunas Peckus and Ben Rapaport.................................................. 83

          - The victory at Kenyérmezö pipe

                         Frank Burla................................................................................................................... 83

          - Norwegian pipe models with acanthus ornamentation 

                         Hakan Kierulf................................................................................................................ 87

          - The circus cheroot holder: mystery solved!

                        Sarunas Peckus............................................................................................................ 90

          - Canova's 'The Three Graces': from marble to meerschaum

                        Ben Rapaport................................................................................................................ 92

PIPES FROM THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Presentation pipes, with particular reference to the 'Queen Alexandra' pipe

        Susie White................................................................................................................................... 97

The conflict between Goedewaagen and Danco regarding double-walled patented pipes

         Ruud Stam and Paul Jung......................................................................................................... 113

REVIEWS

Natascha Mehler: Tonpfeifen in Bayern (c.1600-1745)

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................. 119

Jan Van Oostveen and Ruud Stam: Productiecentra van Nederlandse kleipijpen:

een overzicht van de stand van zaken

        David Higgins.............................................................................................................................. 119

CONTRIBUTORS  TO THIS VOLUME................................................................................................ 121

GUIDELINES  FOR CONTRIBUTORS

       Dennis Gallagher......................................................................................................................... 122

For individual papers see the contents

Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 3, 2010

INTRODUCTORY PAPERS

 

Foreword

        László Csorba, Director of the Hungarian National Museum........................................................... iii

Editorial

        Anna Ridovics and Peter Davey........................................................................................................ v

Opening address at the 25th Annual Conference of the Académie Internationale

de la Pipe, Debut of the Exhibition: The Gift oft he White Goddess, at the National

Museum of Hungary, October 8, 2009

        Ben Rapaport.................................................................................................................................. vii

 

PAPERS ABOUT HUNGARIAN PIPE HISTORY

 

Clay pipes in Hungary from the seventeenth century: ten years on

        Gábor Tomka..................................................................................................................................... 1

Clay pipes in the eighteenth-century Hungary

        Szabolcs Kondorosy........................................................................................................................ 13

Clay pipes from Eger Castle

        Emese Varga.................................................................................................................................... 21

Pipes from the time of the Turkish occupation in the collection of Wosinsky

Mór Museum

        Attila Gaál........................................................................................................................................ 33

Deception: clay-pipe-faking workshops in Körmend in the first half of the

nineteenth century

        Zoltán Nagy..................................................................................................................................... 53

An interesting  monument to the memory of Debrecen pipe-making: the

pipe-pot

        Emoke P Szalay.............................................................................................................................. 73

Meerschaum pipes in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Hungary

        Anna Ridovics................................................................................................................................. 77

 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS  FROM  NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES

 

The collection of Ottoman pipes from archaeological investigations in the

north black sea area of the Ukraine

        Svitlana Biliaieva............................................................................................................................ 97

A brief introduction to clay pipe finds in Croatia with special attention to local

pipes found at Fort Canjevo in the Kalnik Hills

        Luka Bekić.................................................................................................................................... 113

Pipes from Petrovaradin fortress, Serbia, in the collection of Novi Sad City Museum

        Divna Gacić.................................................................................................................................. 121

Ottoman tobacco pipes from the National Museum of History in Sophia, Bulgaria

        Vladislav Todorov  and  Nikolay Markov....................................................................................... 131

The Partsch pipe factory in Theresienfeld, Austria 

        Albert Halmos............................................................................................................................... 141

A sample of the clay pipe production at Theresienfeld, Austria

        Peter Davey.................................................................................................................................. 147

REVIEW

Jan van Oostveen and Aad Kleijweg: Tabakspijpennijverheid in Schoonhoven

        Ruud Stam.................................................................................................................................... 171

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS VOLUME.................................................................................................. 173

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS

        Dennis Gallagher.......................................................................................................................... 175

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 2, 2009

Editorial

        David A. Higgins............................................................................................................................iii

PART I: NATIONAL CLAY PIPE SUMMARIES

 

Introduction

        Peter Davey  ...................................................................................................................................1

 

Argentina

        Daniel Schavelzon ..........................................................................................................................5

Australia

        Kris Coutrney .................................................................................................................................9

                                                                    

Belgium

        Ruud Stam ...................................................................................................................................15

                                                               

Bohemia

        Martin Vysohlid ............................................................................................................................23 

                                                     

Canada

        Barry Gaulton...............................................................................................................................33

                                                            

Denmark

        Niels Gustav Barderifleth  ...........................................................................................................37

                                   

England

        David A. Higgins ..........................................................................................................................41

                                                     

France

        André Leclaire (translated by Peter Davey) .................................................................................51

          

Germany

        Ruud Stam...................................................................................................................................59

                                                             

Hungary

        Anna Ridovics .............................................................................................................................65

                                                        

Ireland

        Joe Norton...................................................................................................................................75

                                                                  

Japan

         Barnabas T. Suzuki.....................................................................................................................81

                                                                              

Malta

        John Wood...................................................................................................................................87

                                                                    

Netherlands

        Ruud Stam ..................................................................................................................................93

                                                        

Norway

        Barre Ludvigsen.........................................................................................................................109

                                                       

Scotland

        Peter Davey................................................................................................................................119

                                                            

Sweden   

        Arne Àkerhagen ........................................................................................................................127

                                                                             

Switzerland

        Andreas Heege..........................................................................................................................131 

                                                

United States of America

        Byron Sudbury and S. Paul Jung Jr.   .......................................................................................137      

 

PART II: OTHER PAPERS

 

Les Pipes Publicitaires

        Gilles Kleiber  (with English summary by Peter Davey) ............................................................149

The Civic Company's Briar Pattern Book

        Peter Davey...............................................................................................................................153

The Norweigian Langpipe Tradition

        Hakon Kierulf.............................................................................................................................177

A Dutch Eighteenth-Century Clay Cheroot Holder

        Ron de Haan and Arjan de Haan..............................................................................................185

A la Découverte des Couvets en Céramique

        André Leclaire (with English summary by Peter Davey) ...........................................................189

GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS

        David A. Higgins .......................................................................................................................195

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Journal of the Académie Internationale de la Pipe

Volume 1, 2008

Les Pipiers Saint-Quentinois XVIIIème - XIXème siècles  André et Mariette Leclaire 

 

Editorial

        D. A. Higgins ................................................................................................................................ iii

Avant propos

        P.J. Davey  .....................................................................................................................................v

Préface

        J. B. Vazeille  ................................................................................................................................vi

Remerciements  ....................................................................................................................................x

Crédit iliustrations  .................................................................................................................................x

I:    Un atelier dénommé «Saint-Quintin»  ..............................................................................................1

Ii:   L'héritage du xviile siècle  ..............................................................................................................10

III:  Les ateliers Saint-Quentinois  ........................................................................................................24

IV: Typologie des formes produites  .....................................................................................................46

V:  Répertoires des marques  ..............................................................................................................72

 

The pipe makers of Saint-Quentin in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries:

English summary

        Dr. P. J. Davey  ............................................................................................................................94

 

French/English Glossary  ...................................................................................................................100

English/ French Glossary  ..................................................................................................................101

Bibliographie  .....................................................................................................................................104

 

Guidelines for contributors 

        Dr. D. A. Higgins . ......................................................................................................................104

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