LEFT: 1906 Barling's Make - silver
military mount with distinctive silver
wind cap introduced by Barling in
1905 - called "The Motor" in their
period catalogue (see photo below).

Hallmarked London 1906 and
stmped with the same E.B.  W.B.
used on the 1880s Barlings.

This pipe is featured on the Pipedia
Barling website -
HERE.

From the Johnny Long collection
PCoL UK603Hon
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ABOVE: 1906 GBD - silver military mount, bakelite mouthpiece with Edwardian
period button lip. Length: 133mm

Hallmarked Birmingham 1906 - and the letters "AO" (significance unknown).

From the Johnny Long collection - PCoL UK603Hon
Click HERE to view the Comoy pipe catalog from 1922 ~ 1932 - with grateful thanks to the Pipe Artistory.
ABOVE: Comoy's Tradition No. 237 "Made in London
England."
The "Tradition" was introduced in 1925 to mark
100 years of pipe making and was produced until the
1970s.
Comoy's was a brand  favored by C.S. Lewis -
and a tin of Three Nuns, on of his favorite tobaccos). The
style of the
nomenclature dates this pipe to about 1950.

From the Johnny Long collection - PCoL UK603Hon