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 Updated: Dec 03, 2013
Shell Briar: sandblasted finish

SHELL Cavalier shape

 1956
 
4 (encircled): Bowl size
S: Shell finish

ENGLAND6 : 1950+6

• Value (Estate - Apr 2008): 365.00 US$ • 233,30 €

See also the same model in its Hardcastle version and a classic cavalier pipe by Dunhill.

SHELL Don shape

 1956
 
483: shape #
4 (In circle): Bowl size
S: Shell finish

ENGLAND6 : 1950+6
• Value (Estate - May 2008): 207,50 US$ • 134,30 €

SHELL ODA 836

 1956
ODA: Oversized Dunhill A
836: shape # in the ODA 800 serie

S: Shell ??
ENGLAND 6 : 1950+6


• Value (Estate - Sep 2009): 475.00 US $ • 323.40 €

ODA 839

 1958

ODA: Oversized Dunhill A

839: shape # in the ODA 800 serie

S: Shell ??

ENGLAND 8 9 : 1950+8 or 9

Pipe carved in 1958 (first year suffix) and sold in 1959 (second year suffix)

• Value (Estate - Aug 2011): 422.00 US $ • 297.30 €

SHELL BRIAR

 1962
 
ODA: Oversized Dunhill A
837: shape #
S: Shell Briar finish

ENGLAND2 : 1960+2
• Value (Estate - Feb 2008): 190.00 USD • 126,00 €

SHELL VS Shape

 1962
VS: Letter shape code

4 (In circle): Bowl size
S: Shell Briar finish
ENGLAND 2 : 1960+2
The pipe is stamped with a supplemental date code (4). This code might have been added because the pipe remained in a Dunhill shop inventory for an overly long period or it was sent back to the factory for additional work or repair.
• Value (Estate - Nov 2011): 275.00 US $ • 208.00 €

SHELL BRIAR

 1962
 
LB: Letters shape code
4: Bowl size
S: Shell Briar finish

ENGLAND2 : 1960+2
• Value (Estate - Feb 2008): 267.00 USD • 177,30 €

ODA 851

 1963

ODA: Oversized Dunhill A

851: shape # in the ODA 800 serie

ENGLAND 3 : 1960+3

The not underlined year suffix and the lack of patent # are the clues allowing to date this Dunhill ODA from 1963 and not from 1953.

The "7" seems to be a second year suffix: The pipe crafted in 1963 may have been sold in 1967.

• Value (Estate - Jun 2012): 591.00 US $ • 468.00 €

SHELL BRIAR

 1969
 
39 : shape #
F/T : fishtail bit
3 (encircled): Bowl size
S : Shell Briar finish

ENGLAND9 : 1960+9

SHELL Dry-Way

 1971
491: shape #
F/T: Fish tail bit
4 (In circle): Bowl size
S : Shell
ENGLAND11 : 1960+11

This model also called the "Dry-Way" (originally made in 1938) has a bowl able to unscrew with a "kaoloid" pellet on the bottom (see also enlarged view). The stem is fitted with an innertube.

See also the HPL "double chamber bowl pipe"

• Value (Estate - Apr 2010): 322.00 US $ • 236,60 €

SHELL Duke shape

 1977
 
41441: shape #
4 : Bowl size
1 :
44 : Duke
4 (In circle): Bowl size
S: Shell
ENGLAND17 : 1960+17
• Value (Estate - Avr 2008): 373.00 US$ • 236,95 €

SHELL HPL

 1984
HPL/28: Shape code
ENGLAND 24 : 1960+24

A double chamber bowl pipe: a dry smoke or calabash effect concept. The same pipe exists with a Bruyère finish.

See also the Dry-Way pipe (Shell finish)

• Value (Estate - Apr 2012): 380.00 US $ • 289.00 €

SHELL ODA 835

 1985
 
ODA: Oversized Dunhill A
835: shape # in the ODA 800 serie
F/T: Fishtail mouthpiece

ENGLAND 25 : 1960+25

• Value (Estate - Jan 2011): 271.00 US $ • 199,50 €

SHELL

"Logs"
1989

3109: shape code

 

ENGLAND29 : 1960+29

The precious metal trim on this pipe doesn't seem to have the AD stamping. The logs decorated lid could have been commissioned to an independant gold smith.

• Value (Estate - Jan 2013): 2716.00 US $ • 2035.00

SHELL

Classic Cavalier shape
 1992
No shape #
(4): Bowl size (Group 4)

ENGLAND32 : 1960+32

• Value (Unsmoked - Fev 2009):

885.00 US$ • 697,10 €

See also a "modern" version cavalier pipe by Dunhill.

SHELL BRIAR

 1994
 
4114: shape #
4: Bowl size
1: Tappered stem
14: Bent Dublin

ENGLAND34 : 1960+34

• Value (Unsmoked - Feb 2008):

262,00 USD • 176,00 €

SHELL BRIAR Bamboo

 2000
 
5103: shape #
5 : Bowl size (Group 5)
1 : Tappered bit (*)
03 : Billiard

ENGLAND00: 2000+00
* The mouthpiece of this pipe has a saddle bit instead the tappered announced by the code: this seems to be quite usual on these bamboo pipes.
• Value (Estate - May 2008): 210.50 US $ • 135,00 €

THAMES OAK

 2003
4103: shape #

ENGLAND03: 2000+3
335 OF 500:
numbered limited serie
The oak which is part of the titanium band is from an actual section of the first Roman port facilities built in London around 63 AD. The pieces of wood on both sides of the shank have been mounted with 14ct gold pins.
• Value (Estate - Apr 2009): Unknown
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