Ad Gallery p. 4

 

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The two ads for the Spring 2006 issue of Pipes and Tobaccos show: a magnificent Joura King pipe (only the second King to be crafted in the last fifteen years), and the variety of pipes to be had with the cool-smoking Radice twin bore mouthpiece.

 

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Four Jorgen L pipes get the artistic treatment in the summer 2006 issue of Pipes and Tobaccos, while the Radice ad shows a selection of ten Rather Large Radice pipes.


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Fall once again- pipe smoking weather. In the Fall 2006 issue of P&T we see another of Karlo Joura's masterpieces as well as the unique Radice Sportsman's Pipe.

 

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Winter 2006 brings us a bunch of hawkbill pipes and hawkbill variants from Radice, and three beautiful bent pipes from the hands of Jorgen Larsen. There is a mistake in the Jorgen L ad in that, at the bottom of the ad, the name Joura is mentioned instead of Jorgen L.

 

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Spring is in the air? Maybe not, but the Spring 2007 issue of P&T should be at your door. The Radice ad shows a variety of Radice pipes available in the twin bore/oil cured series while the Don Carlos ad features a basket load of finished pipes.

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Summer is here (almost). Time to catch some outdoor rays. The Radice Sportsman's Pipe (ad on the left) provides for many outdoor activities without fear of  having it land in the drink while fishing or sailing or losing it in the woods while hiking or hunting. The ad on the right shows a few of the many shapes and styles of two of the most renowned pipe makers Germany has ever produced. Both Barbi and Joura begun crafting pipes in the same year- 1974. And both have since been recognized as masters of their craft.

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