The pipe book Alfred Dunhill
As smoking has played an important role in the social history of mankind, this fascinating study makes its appeal to both the pipe smoker and the general reader.
From tribal smoking customs and the myriad pipes of India, Africa and the Far East to the clay pipes of more recent times and the briar of today (1969) - this is a comprehensive study of remarkable field of craftsmanship and its value and interest have been proved over 40 years. Published originally in 1924, the book has been revised, numerous illustrations being taken from the famous Dunhill collection of pipes of all nations.
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- illustrated with 228 line drawings, 30 photographs and 3 maps