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Clay Tobacco-Pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry.

Canada. National Historic Parks and Sites Branch.

Clay Tobacco-Pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry.

by Canada. National Historic Parks and Sites Branch.

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Written in English


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SeriesCanada National Historic Parks and Sites Branch History and Archaeology Series -- 11A-11D
ContributionsWalker, I.C.
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Open LibraryOL21912004M

  Clay tobacco pipes by Tom Licence | Two clay tobacco pipe, one embossed with buffalo horns and RAOB (Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes), the other with leaf decoration up the seam and a heart, wreathed, beneath the sun, on one side, and a hand, wreathed, beneath the sun, on the other. Although clay tobacco pipes are still made today their place in history is the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Until about the clay pipe was as commonplace as the tankard Of ale and the mug Of tea. but competition from the briar pipe. the cigar and the cigarette brought the clay. pipe industry to an end at the turn of the.

Clay tobacco pipe (bowl and partial stem) with initials “TD” in a markers mark stamp noted on the back of the bowl, facing the smoker. The maker of this pipe style is Thomas Dormer, who was active in London from For more information, see: Walker, Iain C. Clay Tobacco-Pipes, With Particular Reference To The Bristol Industry. London Clay Pipe Studies. The clay tobacco pipe industry in the parishes of St Margaret and St John the Evangelist, Westminster [ Contents] [ Abstracts] [ Home] Bibliography. Published sources. Atkinson, D R, and Oswald, A, London Clay Tobacco Pipes, Journal of the British Archaeological Association 32 (reprinted by the Museum of London).

Many clay pipes have a maker’s mark on them and these can not only provide an accurate date for the manufacture of the pipe but also an origin for it. Before the establishment of the railways in the mid-nineteenth century most pipes were produced in small family run workshops and generally only traded around miles from their place of. Clay tobacco-pipes, with particular reference to the Bristol industry. Parks Canada: available from Print. and Publ., Supply and Services Canada. pp. – ISBN


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Walker. Clay tobacco-pipes, with particular reference to the Bristol industry. Ottawa: Parks Canada: Available from Print. with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry. book Publ., Supply and Services Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Iain C Walker.

The Bristol Clay Tobacco Pipe Industry. Bristol Corporation, Bristol. Clay Tobacco-Pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry. Parks Canada, Ottawa. Quick Links. Contribute to Culture Embossed (Wine Bottle Seals!) Contribute to Culture Impressed (Tobacco Pipes!).

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Walker, Iain C. An Archaeological Study of Clay Pipes from the King's Bastion, Fortress of Louisbourg. Archon Books, Hamden, CT. Weber, Carl Weber's Guide to Pipes and Pipe stone Library, New York. Carl Weber's The Pleasures of Pipe Books, New York.

Weber, Carmen A. Women DOWNLOAD NOW». Oswald, Adrian Clay Pipes for the Archaeologist, British Archaeological RepoOxford, ; Samson, Gilles et al. Fouilles Archéologique Fort Ingall Lac Temiscouata Cabano, ; Walker, Iain CLAY TOBACCO – PIPES, WITH A PARTICULAR; REFERENCE TO THE BRISTOL INDUSTRY Parks Canada, ; Editor’s comments.

Ayto, E G. () Clay Tobacco Pipes, Third Edition, Shire Books Flood, R J. () Clay Tobacco Pipes in Cambridgeshire, Oleander Press. Cessford, C. () The clay tobacco pipe industry in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire Local History Society Review, 10, p3 – Clay churchwarden pipes were also used during the pioneer era in North America.

Many clay pieces of these pipes have been found by archaeologists, giving rise to the myth that the long stems of the clay churchwarden pipes would, for sanitation purposes, be broken off by the next client of the tavern or saloon who wished to smoke. Clay Tobacco Pipes. By far the largest part of David’s collection comprises reference groups of pipes that were collected from various parts of the country.

There are around boxes of pipes in total, the majority of which are small cigar boxes containing individual groups or particular types of pipe.

Although clay tobacco pipes are still made today their place in history is the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Until about the clay pipe was as common-place as the tankard of ale and the mug of tea, but competition from the briar pipe, the cigar and the cigarette brought the clay-pipe industry to an end about Reviews: Books and other Publications about Clay Tobacco Pipes Regional English Styles c The general shape of the English clay pipe bowl was similar all over the country until about the middle of the 17th century.

At this time the industry really began to flourish and by the period there were pipe makers in all the major towns and cities.

Walker, Iain C. Clay Tobacco-Pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry. History and Archaeology, No.

National Historic Parks and. David is a professional archaeologist with a particular research interest in the recording, analysis and interpretation of clay tobacco pipes.

He studied archaeology at the University of Leicester and worked as a finds manager before becoming senior archaeologist for. Clay tobacco-pipes, with particular reference to the Bristol Industry (History and Archaeology II, Vol.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. registrations. An essential reference work for the study and/or collection of 19c pipes.

Corrections & additions to text, SCPR 10 (April ), pp Available from author, £ plus 70p p & p Helme, D The clay tobacco pipe Privately published Oswald, A 'English clay tobacco pipes'.

book review A Roman metamorphosis: the grey-literature archive of the Romano-British countryside transformed RIS (ProCit, Reference Manager) BibTeX RefWorks Direct Export. Download citations. Original Articles. Article. Clay Tobacco Pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry.

By I ain C. W alker. Vols. 1–3. Hugh Oak. Walker, Iain C. Clay Tobacco Pipes, with Particular References to the Bristol Industry () 11d Walker, Iain C.

Clay Tobacco Pipes, with Particular References to the Bristol Industry. Clay Pipes for Tobacco Smoking and its history The general shape of the English clay pipe bowl was similar all over the country until about the middle of the 17th century.

At this time the industry really began to flourish and by the period there were pipe makers in all the major towns and cities. The size of the bowl had doubled to hold more tobacco which had become very affordable Views: 27K.Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. This book is intended primarly as a reference work for the archaeologist.

Cf. Pref. Description: pages: illustrations ; 31 cm. Series Title: # Clay tobacco pipes--England--Bristol\/span.Heard, K., ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipe Industry in the Parishes of St. Margaret and St. John the Evangelist, Westminster’ Clay Pipe Reserarch, 3, Higgins, D.

A., ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Excavations in Southampton’s French Quarter’ Clay Pipe Research, 3,