Famous Corn Cob Pipe Smokers

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Twain and His Creations Arrive in Corn Cob Fame

A. Miller A few months ago a friend of mine took a look at my pipe collection and furled his brow slightly. "You know," he said, "You wouldn’t burn the rim of your pipes so badly if you loaded them less full, smoked inside, and altogether avoided the wind." True. And my nicer briars would […]

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Corn Cob Pipes – Almost 150 Years Old and 3,000 Produced per Day

Corn Cob Pipes have many, many fans, probably way more than anyone knows. Of course, there are also those that treat the lowly corn cob pipe as if they were the Rodney Dangerfield of pipes … they get no respect. However, the history of corn cob pipes dates back to 1869 and over 3,000 are […]

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Corn Cob Pipes, The Making Of at Missouri Meerschaum

The Corn Cob Pipe is an American icon and known the world over. They have been around for over 100 years and are still popular today. This is the story of the Corn Cob Pipe with the history of it’s origin, the founding of Missouri Meerschaum, it’s manufacturer, and a step by step photographic guide […]

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