▲ (Left side) Stuart,
▲ (Left side) Bill Sargent, Topeka. KS.
Logo: 3 aligned dots, the last is faded.
Artisan: Bill Sargent († in the 80s) pipemaker, reparman, and tobacco shop owner in Topeka, Kansas.
▲ (left) Blatter Montreal, Select
(right) Robert Blatter
(bottom) 128-93, B.A. PHILO 93
▲ This is the only Blatter pipe in the world with three dots.
▲ 3 dots (horizontal)
▲ 3 dots (vertical)
▲ 3 dots: 1 big & 2 little (triangle)
▲ 3 dots (triangle)
(Underside) 388 2, Brigham, Canada
Pipes with three aligned dots on the stem correspond to the 6xx numbered shapes (600 series).
Those with the three dots in a triangle layout correspond to the 300 series
Artisan: John Calich († 2008)
Production (2005): 200-500 pipes/year
▲ Kiess Patriot USA, SM 2004 (Carved in 2004)
Artisan: Robert C. Kiess is a physician, Doctor of medicine.
Other physician carving pipes : Daniel Jud
See also (same logo): John Surrey
Artisan: Ron Fairchild
~ 100 pipes / year
▲ John Surrey L.T.D. Golden Burl
John Surrey, Ltd.,
5th Fifth Avenue New York NYC, NY
▲ (Left side) LHS (In diamond) PUREX, Pat. N° 1587048
▲ (Left side) Rossi , Spiral, Made in Italy
▲ (Left side) Perri
▲ The dot in the middle is of same size but different color than the two others.
Artisan: Paul Perri (retired 1997 in Hawai)
▲ (Left side) La savinelli, Giubileo d'Oro
(Right side) [Shield] 624 KS, Italy
▲ (Underside) Totem Star, 2010 USA 90025 038 Cu3
▲ (Left side) Tsuge Three Point
(Right side) 206 Made in Japan
▲ (Underside) Wilshire, Three Dots, 10
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