Michael Lankton

Michael Lankton

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14 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · +1 points

Put it on eBay by itself. Depending on the condition you may get upwards of $100 for it. I've paid $15 for Loewe estates, and I've paid $200 for Loewe estates. You'll get market value by listing it on eBay, but market value depends on the condition of the pipe. Good luck!

17 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Orlik Pipes · 0 replies · +1 points

I would contact Cadogan. There is very little Orlik info on the web.

20 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · +1 points

1. all the circle represents is a pipe made for sale outside the English market

2. That's what they claimed, and yes

3. day job more often than not sucks everything good out of me and I have no energy for stuff I enjoy

25 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · +1 points

Everything I know about Loewe tells me that the Mounted Series and 9xx shape numbers are Civic era production. I would check that hallmark again.

57 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · +2 points

I honestly believe that he has the dates on the last two mixed up. I belive the graphic flyer is 50s era and the black and white is 1960s. This is only my opinion, based on what I know about the chronology of the make.

57 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · +2 points

1 is a Cadogan from the 80s or 90s
2 is a real Loewe

61 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Orlik Pipes · 0 replies · +1 points

all I know about them is that they were making them in the 50s and 60s and as far as I know continued making them into the Cadogan stewardship

73 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Dating Loewe Pipes · 0 replies · 0 points

that's a French made Loewe and I know nothing about them. Perhaps fine pipes in their own right, but not desirable. Similar to the relationship between Comoy's and Chapuis-Comoy (Chacom), except in the case of Loewe the shape catalogs are different.

85 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - My Loewes · 0 replies · +1 points

thanks, I love my Loewes :)

96 weeks ago @ Cake and Dottle - Loewe Extra Grain Inve... · 0 replies · +1 points

Neill I think you would also really like the Loewe Liverpool. It's perfectly proportioned and more compact than most Liverpools. A small group 4 and a great flake pipe. The Civic era Loewe Liverpool's were closer to GBD Liverpool's in proportion, but the Haymarket era Liverpool is a unique and excellent interpretation.