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Picture postcards

The Amsterdam Pipe Museum (Pijpenkabinet Foundation) has published an interesting series of 30 picture postcards. They give an idea of the variety of the collection and are a nice souvenir to a visit to the museum and musemshop. Also, the picture postcards are a wellcome present to pipe smokers, collectors and those who have a general interest in the subject.

Special offer: price per card 1 Euro, full set of 30 different cards at 15 Euro.

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NB Copyright of all the illustrations Amsterdam Pipe Museum - Pijpenkabinet Foundation, Amsterdam. For permittance of use mail the museum.

Zeus and Ganymedes, firm J. Gambier, Givet, 1825-1850, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Fgural clay pipes designed after the French fashion, firm P. Goedewaagen & Sons, Gouda, 1880-1900, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Workshop where clay tobacco pipes are being made, firm P. Goedewaagen & Sons, Gouda, 1907, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Commedia dell'arte-figure, Bustelli, Nymphenburg, 1755-1770, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Porcelain pipe in the shape of a skull, Germany, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Meerschaum table pipe round the bowl the three graces, Vienna, Austria, 1840-1870, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Design for clay pipe poster by Piet van der Hem, Holland, 1915-1920, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Pipe bowl representing a pasja with long Turkish pipe, firm Blanc-Garin & Guyot, Givet, France, 1835-1850, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Terra cotta pipes the bowls being carried by stilized animals, Mashukolumbwe, Zambia, 1950-1955, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Cheroot holder with naked woman holding a cornucopia, Vienna, Austria, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Pipes shaped after the mescaline cactus, Michoacan, Mexico, 300-600, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Figurals made from clay, river Meuse region, Belgium, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Jasperware pipe with mythological applique and moist trap, Barlaston, England, 1830-1860, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Design for clay pipe poster by Piet van der Hem, Holland, 1915-1920, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Figural pipe bowl depicting a goulash-baron, Bohemian, Germany, 1840-1860, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Colourfull and elaborate commemorative pipe, Staffordshire, England, 1820, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Amusing tobacco pipes depicting caricatures, Glasgow and Staffordshire, 1800-1840, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. The subject Jonah and the big fish on sailors' pipes, West-Netherlands, 1635-1665, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Bust of Abd-El-Kader as presentation piece, firm J. Gambier, Givet, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Oval pipe bowl with a smoking farmer, Engel van Gent Gzn., Gouda, 1835-1850, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Symbolic pipe of a sitting monkey, Bamum, Cameroon, 1920-1940, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Travel pipes consisting of a waterpipe, tobacco jar and smoke tools, Paktong, China, 1850-1900, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Water pipe with fallus shaped stem made from a calabash fruit, Tabwa, East-Zaïre, 1900-1940, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Plain clay tobacco pipe with knotted stem and red lacquered mouthpiece, England, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam. Tobacco pipe shaped like a horn, firm Duméril, Saint-Omer, France, 1850-1875, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
German porcelain bowls with Dutch emblems on short buffalo horn stem, Germany, 1860-1880, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
Lacqured brown clay tobacco pipes with silver or gold details, Firm P. Goedewaagen & Sons, Gouda, 1880-1900, Pijpenkabinet collection, Amsterdam.
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