Several bowls of McClellands Legends at a campout over the weekend. Put a dent in my Legends cellar stash since McClellands is out of business thanks to the FDA.
Wow, I'm curious to know if you have documented it in any way to the WWI era? I have a Dunhill with the Vernon fitting & stinger patented in 1931 & discontinued ~1941.Navy flake in a WWI-vintage Dunhill (not sure if this is a "family" pipe or an "estate" pipe: it originally belonged to the father of my great-uncle's third wife, but I bought it at the estate sale).
The Ol' Man told me some Brit gave it to him at Belleau Wood; knowing him he probably won it shooting craps. The gentleman I spoke with at Dunhill back in '03 told me the white dot on the stem post-dated 1915, the stamp ("DUNHILL" over "DUKE ST SW") dated it prior to 1918.Wow, I'm curious to know if you have documented it in any way to the WWI era?