His website is an excellent resource, and anyone interested in Comoy pipes would be well advised to have a look. The foreground pipe is a Comoy's Virgin Briar, shape #386, sporting a nicely cut hexagonal bowl. The upper pipe is an old Extraordinaire, shape #499, while the foreground pipe is a 60s era Tradition in shape #440.
In the background can be seen a magnum sized Comoy Sandblast Extraordinaire, shape #804 - truly a remarkable pipe.
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In particular the Canadian and bulldog shapes, in my opinion.
No one ever made a more perfectly proportioned and balanced Canadian than Comoy, and Comoy's execution of the difficult bulldog shape is second to none.
The seller thought it was bought in the 1950s or 60s Stampings are COMOYS EXTRAORDINAIRE LONDON MADE 804 The stem logo must be the 3-part logo or whatever collectors call it.
The pipe is one big sucker, rusticated to look like sandblasting and practically unsmoked Any info will be appreciated, thanks a lot Take a look at the C logo with a magnifier.
Henri Comoy, son of Louis, established Comoy's of London in 1879 where most Comoy pipes have been made since.
Sometime in the 1980s, Comoy was bought or absorbed into Cadogan Industries, who continue to make the Comoy pipe today.
If you find a nice old Comoy bulldog that hasn't been overbuffed, you can almost shave with the sharp edges of the diamond shank. I have been looking for a 256 and 499 for a long time.
I just purchased an Extaordinare 499 on ebay ( haven't recieved it yet) Do you know if the 499 was only made as an Extraordinare? I've been watching ebay for about a year and if there has been one up for auction I missed it.
The Extraordinaires above are nowhere near as large as the 800 series of E/O's which are true Magnums.