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World Files (Site Specific)

The following bibliography lists those publications and off prints held by the National Pipe Archive as of April 2017 that are site specific, but not UK.  This section includes Wreck sites that have produced pipes.

The bibliography is organised in alphabetical order by county. Wherever possible a complete bibliographic reference has been given. In some cases, however, the archive does not hold all the information, such as volume number and page number. In those instances, an effort has been made to provide as much information as possible so that the reference is usable.

Each entry is followed by an NPA accession code, for example LIVNP 1997.17.2, this refers back to the pipe filing system and will help to locate each article.

The current list comprises all the published material held by the NPA. Please note that this is a working document and is constantly being updated.

Click on the list below to jump to a specific countRy/region, or browse a PDF version of the complete NPA bibliography.

Countries/Regions: Africa | Australia | Bavaria | Belgium | Canada | Czechoslovakia | Croatia | France | Germany | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Jamaica | Japan | Malta || Middle East | Egypt | Israel || Netherlands | New Zealand | Panama | Poland | Romania | Sri Lanka | Sweden | Turkey | United States of America | Barbados |

| Wreck Sites |

AFRICA (Return to top)

Anon (nd) ‘An old craft lives on in Africa – thanks to fussy women smokers’ Western Tobacco Journal, 14.  [An article about Xhosa pipes of the Bantu] [LIVNP 2000.01.90]

Clague, A. (2000) ‘An analysis of clay tobacco pipes from Timbuktu: origins and social use’ BA dissertation submitted to the Dept of Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Manchester. 45 pages plus illustrations and colour plates. [LIVNP 2006.11.01]

Calvocoressi, D. (1975) ‘European trade pipes in Ghana’ West African Journal of Archaeology, 5,195-200). [LIVNP 2005.20.01]

Philips, J. E. (1983) ‘African smoking and pipes’ J African History, 24, 303-319. [LIVNP 2006.10.01]

Shaw, M. (1935) ‘Some native snuff-boxes in the South African Museum’ Annals of the South African Museum, 24, 141-162, Plates 24-31. [LIVNP 2006.01.02]

Shaw, M. (1938a) ‘South African Native Snuff-boxes’ Annals of the South African Museum, 24, 221-252, Plates 63-75. [LIVNP 2006.01.01]

Shaw, M. (1938b) ‘Native pipes and smoking in South Africa’ Annals of the South African Museum, 24, 277-302, Plates 85-98. [LIVNP 2006.01.03]

Trowell, M. (1953) Tribal Crafts of Uganda, Oxford University Press. Extracts relating to tobacco pipes – pages 9-10, 29, 38, 52, 56-57, 107, 288 and Chapter 8, pages 128-131, Plates 25-26. Also a map showing the tribal areas. [LIVNP 2006.02.01]

Vivian, Brian, (2005) ‘On Tobacco Pipes in Asante’ Journal des Africanistes, 75-2, 87-95. [LIVNP 2001.01.01]

Walker, I.C. (1975) ‘The Potential Use of European Clay Tobacco Pipes in West African Archaeological Research’, West African Journal of Archaeology, 5, 165-193. [signed by the author; LIVNP 2012.06.108]

AUSTRALIA(Return to top)

Cockington, J. (2008) ‘Collect: Drawcard for Puff Daddies’ in The Age (newspaper) dated August 27, 2008, 1pp. [LIVNP 2009.02.03]

Courtney, K., and McNiven, I.J. (1998) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Aboriginal Middens on Fraser Island, Queensland’ Australian Archaeology, 47, 44-53. [LIVNP 2009.02.02]

Hughes, R. (1987) The Fatal Shore, Pan Books, 236-241. [NB: only part of this publication has been copied, those pages relating to a reference to the production of a line of clay pipes in the likeness of ‘Bold’ Jack Donohoe] [LIVNP 2005.03.01]

Jack, R. Ian, (1986) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes Exported from Scotland to Australia in the Nineteenth Century: Some Preliminary Observations’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 124-134. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

AUSTRIA (Return to top)

Anon, (2002) Palais Kinsky; 41 Kunstauktion. Tabakhistorika aus dem Österreichischen Tabakmuseum Dienstag, 22. Oktober und Mittwoch 23. Oktober 2002 Beginn jeweils um 10 Uhr und 15 Uhr, not numbered. Austria, Viena: Wiener Kunst Auktionen GmbH. Good condition. Auction catalogue. [LIVNP 2014.03.024]

BARBADOS (Return to top)

Handler, J. S. (1983) ‘An African Pipe from a Slave Cemetery in Barbados’ in P J Davey (ed.) Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe VIII, British Archaeological Reports, (International Series S175) 245-253. [LIVNP 2010.02.01]

BAVARIA (Return to top)

Mehler, Natascha, (2009) ‘Clay Pipes in Bavaria and Bohemia: Common Ground in the Cultural and Political History of Smoking’, Studies in Post Medieval Archaeology, 3, 317-336. [LIVNP 2010.11.01]

BELGIUM (Return to top)

Caro, Jacques, (2004) La pipe en terre: Wallonie-Bruxelles-Flandre: identification et datation, 127pp. Bruxelles: Ministère de la Communauté française de Belgique.  Tradition Wallone, no.16. [LIVNP 2016.09.34]

Stam, R. (2002) ‘The Belgian Clay Pipe Industry and its Export’ Unpublished manuscript, 4 pages of typed script plus 4 pages of charts and illustrations. Paper presented at the St Nicklas Congress in 2002. [LIVNP 2006.34.05]

CANADA (Return to top)

Daniels, Peta, (1980) ‘A certaine kind of herbe: smoking pipes of the Ontario Iroquois’ Rotunda, magazine of the Royal Ontario Museum, 3:2, 4-9. [LIVNP 2009.09.01)

Gaulton, B. (1999) Seventeenth and eighteenth century marked clay tobacco pipes from Ferryland, Newfoundland, print out from the Colony of Avalon Website in 2001 (www.heritage.nf.ca). [LIVNP 2001.11.01]

Pfeiffer, Michael A. (1983) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from the Town of Lillooet, British Columbia’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 61-66. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Smith, R.H. (1986) ‘Analysis of the clay tobacco pipe assemblage from the Front Street site (AjGu-15) Toronto’ Ontario Archaeology, 46, 55-61. [LIVNP 2004.28.01.1]

Walker, I.C. (1971) ‘Nineteenth-century clay tobacco pipes in Canada’ Ontario Archaeology, 16, 19-35. [LIVNP 2004.27.01.1]

Walker, Iain C. (1971) ‘An Archaeological Study of Clay Pipes from the King’s Bastion, Fortress of Louisbourg’ Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Ppaers in Archaeology and History, 2, 55-123. [LIVNP 2012.06.072]

Walker, Iain C. (1981) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Yuquot, British Columbia’, in William J. Folan and John Dewhirst (eds)The Yuquot Project Vol. 3’, History and Archaeology, 44, 93-102. [LIVNP 2012.06.078] 

CROATIA (Return to top)

Bekić, Luka, (2007) ‘Clay Pipes from Fort Čanjevo’ Utvrda Fort Čanjevo Istraživanja Researches 2003-2007, Zagreb, 191-195. [LIVNP 2009.10.01]

Brusić, Zdenko, (1987) ‘Dio Tereta S Lađe iz 17. Stoljeća Potonule Kod Otoka Bisagu U Kornatskom Arhipelagu’ Prilozi Povijesti Umjetnosti u Dalmaciji, 26, 473-490, Split, Croatia. [LIVNP 2004.36.01]

CZECHOSLOVAKIA (Return to top)

Ország Vranecký, Joža, (1972) Dýmkařství na Východní Moravě, 48pp. Czech Republic, Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. Good condition. Includes a leaflet on Czechoslovkia. [LIVNP 2014.03.027]

Vyšohlíd, M. (2007) ‘Finds of Clay Tobacco Pipes from Námĕstí Republiky in Prague’s New Town’ Studies in Post-Medieval Archaeology, 2, 275-304. [LIVNP 2009.19.01]

FRANCE (Return to top)

Adès, Marie-Claire; Doré, Christophe; Masson, Danielle, (1992) Catalogue: Musée-Galerie de la Seita: histoire du tabac et de ses usages, 164pp. Paris: Musée de la Seita.  [LIVNP 2016.09.26]

Anon, (nd but after 2003) Institut de Recherche “Les Pipes en Terre” – Schéma du projet, 17 un-numbered pages. [LIVNP 2007.10.02]

Anon, (nd) Pipes Gambier: catalogue 1905? Archives départementales, 20pp. France, Chalons sur Marne: Not given. Good condition. [LIVNP 2014.03.023]

Baudry, Jean, (1988) Jean Nicot; à l'origine du tabac en France, 239pp. Lyon: La Manufacture.  [LIVNP 2016.09.37]

Blieck, G. (1989) ‘Annexe: Pipiers de l’extrême fin du XVIIe et due XVIIIe siècles a Lille’ in Travaux de Groupe de Recherches et D’etudes sur la Cèramique dans le Nord-pas-de-Calais, Actes du Colloque de Lille (26-27 Mars 1988) 178-181. [LIVNP 2008.02.02]

Deloffre-Roumegous, V. (1989) ‘Les Productions de Pipes en Terre dans le Nord de la France’ in Travaux de Groupe de Recherches et D’etudes sur la Cèramique dans le Nord-pas-de-Calais, Actes du Colloque de Lille (26-27 Mars 1988) 173-177. [LIVNP 2008.02.01]

Duco, D. (1986) ‘Pipemarks from the Gambier Factory’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 99-110. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Gosse, P. (2001) English Clay Pipes from the Quaratine Port on Pomégues Island (Marseille) typed manuscript (spiral bound) 21 pages. [LIVNP 2013.02.07]

Gosse, P. (2001) Les Pipes de la Quarantaine Fouilles du Port Antique de Pomégues (Marseille) typed manuscript (spiral bound) 133 pages (approx). [LIVNP 2013.02.08]

Gosse, P. (2002) Les Pipes de l’Empire Ottoman Fouilles Archéolgiques du port de uarantaine Sur l’Ile de Pomégues typed manuscript (spiral bound) 109 pages. [LIVNP 2013.02.09]

Gosse, P. (2007) Les Pipes de la Quarantaine; Fouilles du Port Antique de Pomègues (Marseille) in P. Davey (ed.) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe, XIX, British Archaeological Reports (International Series 1590) Oxford, 340 (plus 6 colour plates). [LIVNP 2007.13.01]

Gosse, P. (nd) Pipes from the Island of Pomégues in Marseille : Some New Dating Hypothesis for Ottoman Empire Clay Pipes, typed manuscript (spiral bound) 13 pages. [LIVNP 2013.02.06]

Guibert, F., and Buchet, L. (1989) Pipes Collection Alice de Rothschild, Bibliothèque Municipale de Grasse, Grasse, France, 8pp. [LIVNP 2010.16.02]

Guibert, Francine; Dandoy, Aurélie; Buchet, Luc, (2004) La collection de pipes et de boîtes d'allumettes de la baronne Alice de Rothschild. (Grasse 18 septembre - 9 octubre Bibiothèque Municipale), 119pp. Grasse: Bibliothèque Municipale de Grasse. Catalogue of an exhibition at the Municipal Library, Grasse, 18th Sept. to 9th Oct. 2004. [LIVNP 2016.09.19]

Leclaire, A. (2002) ‘Les Poinçons de Pipier du Musée George Borias’ in Uzès Musée Vivant, 26,published by Association de amis du musée d’Uzés. [LIVNP 2009.04.04]

Leclaire, A. (2004) ‘Kleinwerkzeuge zur Tonpfeifen-herstellung in de Sammlung des Museums Georges Boias in Uzès/Frankreich’ Knasterkopf, 17, 49-54. [LIVNP 2009.04.03]

Leclaire, A., & M. (nd) ‘Pierre et François van Latum – Pipers á Avignon en 1692’ published by Pipe Club de L’Uzège and Socièté Bagnolaise de Sciences Historiques et Naturelles, 8pp. [LIVNP 2009.04.01]

Raphaël, Maurice, (1991) La Pipe en Terre son Pèriple á Travers la France, Aztec, 285pp. [LIVNP 2008.14.141]

Raphaël, Maurice, (2003) La pipe en terre à Marseille: deux cent soixante trois ans d'industrie Pipière 1693-1956, 206pp. France, Nice: The author. Good condition. Dedication from the author, plus letter. [LIVNP 2014.03.022]

Tymstra, F. (1981) ‘De pjipenstad St Omer’ Pijpelogische Kring, 14, 43-47. [LIVNP 2005.25.05]

Various, (1956?) La pipe bruyère; Saint-Claude 1856-1956, 32pp. Saint-Claude: Imprimerie Moderne du Courrier.  [LIVNP 2016.09.23] 

GERMANY (Return to top)

Duco, D, and Schmaedecke, Michael, (1988) ‘Tonpfeifenfunde aus der Grabung Kapuzinergasse in Breisach am Rhein’, Fundberichtte aus Baden-Württemberg, 13, 777-795. [LIVNP 2011.04.01]

Göbels, K. (1971) ‘Die Pfeifenbäker’ in Rheinisches Töpferhandworks, Frechen, 206-223. [LIVNP 2005.19.01]

Heege, Andreas, (2007) ‘Töpferöfen – Pottery Kilns – Fours de Potiers: Die Erforschung Frühmittelalterlicher bis newuzeitlicher Töpferöfen (6.-20. Jh.) in Belgien, den Niederlanden, Deutschland,Österreich und der Schweiz’ Basler Hefte zur Archäologie, 4, 432pp. [LIVNP 2013.06.01; includes a CD]

Helbig, H. & B. (2006) ‘New insights in the Rhula pipe trade, in particular the beginnings of the pipe fitting industry’ Unpublished manuscript translated by Arjan de Haan, 6pp. Paper presented at the conference of the International Academy of the Pipe, in Ruhla, September 2006. [LIVNP 2006.34.1]

Hermann, M. (2006) ‘Oranier in Augsburg – Porträtpfeifen vom Jakobsplatz’ Da Archäologische Jahr in Bayern 2005, 150-152. [LIVNP 2007.10.01]

Mehler, Natascha, (2010) Tonpfeifen in Bayern (ca. 1600-1745) Dr. Rudolf Habelt, GMBH, Bonn, 425pp. [LIVNP 2011.07.01]

HUNGARY (Return to top)

Anon, (2009) A Debreceni cserépippa: Kiállitási Katalógus: Déri Múzeum, Debrecen, 2009 Október 11 – December 31, 28pp. [LIVNP 201.03.01]

Anon, (2004) Új Szerzemények a Magya Nemzeti Múzeumban II, Budapest, 164pp. [LIVNP 2009.01.01]

Anon, (2000) The History of the Hungarian Pipemaker’s Craft: Hungarian History Through The Pipemaker’s Art, Budapest, 255pp. [LIVNP 2009.01.03]

Attila, G. (2004) ‘Hódoltságkori Cseréppipák a Wosinsky Mór Múzeum Gyűjteményében’ in A Wosinsky Mór Múzeum Évkönyve, XXVI, Szekszárd, Hungary, 259-295. [LIVNP 2009.01.07]

Edit, H., & Ridovics, A. (2005) Pipagyűjtemény: a tápiószelei Blaskovich Múzemban, 223pp.
[LIVNP 2009.01.02]

de Haan, A. R. (2004) ‘19th century clay chibouks made in Tophane’ The Pipe Year Book, 79-90. [LIVNP 2005.04.01]

Kovács, G. (2005) Cserèppipák A 17-18 Századból. (NB: Article on 17th and 18th century Hungarian pipes from an unknown publication. This article is in Hungarian but has an English summary). [LIVNP 2006.48.01]

Kovács, G. & Gerelyes, I. (Eds.) ‘Papers of the Conference held at the Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, 24-26 May 2000’ in ‘Archaeology of the Ottoman Period in Hungary’, Opuscula Hungarica , III, Budapest, 410pp. [LIVNP 2009.01.04]

Pintér, J. (Ed.) (2004) Two Hundred Years’ History of the Hungarian National Museum and its Collections, Budapest, 543pp. [LIVNP 2009.01.05] [NB. History of Smoking section pages 317-325]

Szabolcs, K. (nd) ‘A Szegedi vár Pipái I’ from an un-named publication, Budapest, 331-365. [LIVNP 2009.01.05]

IRELAND (Return to top)

Anon, (nd) ‘Clay pipes’ in ‘The excavation (part 4): the south-west tower’ in Manning C (ed.) Excavations at Roscrea Castle, Dublin, 152-153. [LIVNP 2005.09.01]

Norton, J. (nd) ‘Clay pipes’ in ‘The excavation (part 1): inside the gatehouse’ in Manning C (ed.) Excavations at Roscrea Castle, Dublin, 86-87. [LIVNP 2005.09.01]

Norton, J. (nd) ‘The clay pipes’ in ‘The excavation (part 3): the south-east tower’ in Manning C (ed.) Excavations at Roscrea Castle, Dublin, 143. [LIVNP 2005.09.01]

Norton, J. (1984a) ‘Clay Pipes’ in Ann Lynch ‘Excavations of the Medieval Town Defences at Charlotte’s Quay, Limerick’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 84C, No. 9, 313-314 (281-331, plus plates). [LIVNP 2012.06.100]

Norton, J. (1984b) ‘Appendix 1: Report on the Clay Pipes’ in P. D. Sweetman ‘Archaeological Excavations at Shop Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 84C, No. 5, 199-206 (171-224). [LIVNP 2012.06.101]

Norton, J. (2004) ‘Clay Pipes’ in E. Fitzpatrick, M. O’Brien and P. Walsh (eds.) Archaeological investigations in Galway City, 1987-1998, 427-447. [LIVNP 2006.37.01]

Norton, J. (2006) ‘Clay Pipes’ in Mary McMahon ‘St Audoen’s Chruch, Cornmarket, Dublin: Archaeology and Architecture’, Archaeological Monograph Series, 2, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, 80-81. [LIVNP 2011.16.01]

Norton, J., and Lane, S. (after 2002) ‘Clay Tobacco-pipes in Ireland, c.1600-1850’ in A Horning et al (eds.) ‘The Post-Medieval Archaeology of Ireland 1550-1850’ Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group Proceedings, 1, 435-452. [LIVNP 2009.20.01]

ITALY (Return to top)

White, S.D. (nd) A group of clay tobacco pipes from Molise, Italy, unpublished manuscript. [LIVNP 1999.82.01]

White, S.D. (2007) ‘A group of clay tobacco pipes from Molise, Italy’ Archeologia Postmedievale, 11, 205-210. [LIVNP 2009.03.02]

JAMAICA (Return to top)

Marx, R. F. (1968) Clay smoking pipes recovered from the sunken city of Port Royal: May 1, 1966-September 30, 1967, unpublished manuscript, 123pp. [LIVNP 2000.01.137]

Oswald, A. (1983) ‘Sources of Port Royal Pipes’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. VIII. America, BAR International Series 175, 255-257. [LIVNP 2012.06.209]

JAPAN (Return to top)

Handa, Masayuki (2009) ‘Matters of Taste’, The Japan Journal, Sep 2009, 38-39. [LIVNP 2011.03.01]

Handa, Masayuki (2009) ‘Pleasure and the Pipe’, The Japan Journal, Nov 2009, 18-19. [LIVNP 2011.03.02]

Handa, Masayuki (2010) ‘A Taste of Luxury’, The Japan Journal, Jan 2010, 24-24. [LIVNP 2011.03.03]

Handa, Masayuki (2010) ‘Good Taste is Timeless’, The Japan Journal, Mar 2010, 22-23. [LIVNP 2011.03.04]

Suzuki, B.T. (1997) The First English Pipe Smoker in Japan, International Academy of the Pipe, 40pp. [LIVNP 2007.05.08] [NB: this publication has an English and French version of the text]

MALTA (Return to top)

Balzan, Francesca (ed.) (2010) Pipes from Habit to Art: A Palazzo Falson Exhibition, Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, Malta, 32pp. [LIVNP 2011.02.01]

MIDDLE EAST (Return to top)

General

Simpson, St. J. (2009) ‘The Archaeology of the Clay Pipe in the Near East’ Al Rāfidān, 30, 67-75. Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo. (LVNP 2009.17.01]

Egypt (Return to top)

French, P. (2001) ‘Smoking Pipes of the Islamic Period from the Masdrasa Tatar al-Hiğaziya’ in P. Speiser ‘Die Geschichte der Erhaltung Arabischer Baudenkmäler in Ägypten: die Restaurierung der Madrasa Tatar al- Hiğaziya und des Sabīl Kuttāb ‘Abd ar-Rahmān Kathudā im Rahmen des Darb-al Qirmiz-Projektes in Kairo’ Abhandlungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Kairo, Islamische Reihe, 8, 213-230. [LIVNP 2006-35.03] (nb: although this is a German publication this particular paper is in English]

Israel (Return to top)

Simpson, St. J. (2000) ‘The Clay Pipes’ in R. Harper and D. Pringle (et al) Belmont Castle: The Excavations of a Crusader Stronghold in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, British Academy Monographs in Archaeology, 10, The British Academy, Oxford 147-171. [LIVNP 2006.35.02] (NB: this offprint includes the bibliography from the whole volume, 251-257]

Simpson, St. J. (2002) ‘Ottoman Pipes from Zikr’in (Tell Jezreel)’ Levant, 32, 159-172. [LIVNP 2006.35.01] [Two copies held]

NETHERLANDS (Return to top)

Anon (nd) ‘Algemene Oriëntatie: Oorsprong van de Nederlandse Pjip’ Pages 8-9 only from un-named publication. [LIVNP 2013.04.02]

Brongers, G. A. (nd) Tabakorama, Groningen, 47pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.090]

Brongers, Georg Alfred, (1978) Van Gouwenaar tot bruyère pijp, Gaade/Amerongen, 168pp. [LIVNP 2011.08.01]

Bruijn A., en von Hout, P. (1982) ‘Een pijpenpot uit Gorinchem’ Westerheem, 31.3, 104-112. [LIVNP 2013.04.04]

Bruijn A., en von Hout, P. (1982) ‘Een pijpenpot uit Gorinchem(vervolg)’ Westerheem, 31.5, 212-217. [LIVNP 2013.04.04]

Duco, D. (1974) Fifty seventeenth century clay pipes from the collection of Don Duco, BPS, 14pp. [LIVNP 2005.22.01]

Duco, D. (1976a) Gouda pipemakers’ marks: a guide to the identification of white clay pipes made in Gouda, Holland, Pijpenkamer Icon, 29pp. [LIVNP 2005.23.01]

Duco, D. (1976b) ‘Turkse pijpen en immitatie turkse pijpen’ Nieuwsbulleting Pijpenkamer Icon, 2 :2, 4-5. [LIVNP 2013.04.08]

Duco, D. H. (1978) De kleipijp in de zeventiende eeuwse Nederlanden, Illustrations and location map only. [LIVNP 2005.25.04]

Duco, D. H. (1986) ‘A ca.1900 Export Catalogue of the Goedewaagen Firm’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 89-95. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Duco, D. H., (1987) De Nederlandse Kleipijp: Handboek voor dateren en determineren, 159pp. Netherlands, Leiden: Pijpenkabinet. Fine condition. [LIVNP 2014.03.030]

Duco, D. H. (1987) De Nederlandse Kleijijp; Handboek voor Dateren en Determineren, Leiden, 159pp. [LIVNP 2009.15.01]

Duco, D. (1988) ‘The Crowned L: The History of a Famous Gouda Pipemaker’s Mark’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 67-86. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Duco, D. H. (2003) Merken en merkenrecht van de pijpenmakers in Gouda, Amsterdam, 258pp. [LIVNP 2009.15.02]

Friederich, F. H. W. (1972) ‘Pijpelogie V’ Westerheem, XXI, No. 2, 79-83. [LIVNP 2012.06.93]

Krommenhoek, W., and Vrij, A. (nd) Kleipijpen: drie eeuwn Nederlandse in fotos, Amstelveen, 335pp (NB: includes a short English summary). [LIVNP 2010.15.01]

Friederick, F. H. W. (1975) ‘Pijpelogie vorm, Versiering en Dateriing van de Hollandse Kleipijp’ Archeologische Werkgemeenschap voor Nederland, 2,134pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.091]

Goedewwagen, D. A. (1940?) ‘Over het leven en striven van de eerste pijpmakers in Gouda’ Pages 11-24 from un-named publication. [LIVNP 2013.04.02]

Meulen, J. van der, (2003) Goudse Pijpenmakers en Hun Merken, Pijpelogische Kring Nederland, Leiden, 137pp. [LIVNP 2010.15.03]

Meulen, J. van der, and Tupan, H. (1980) De Leidse Tabakspijpmakers in de 17e en 18e eeuw, Groningen, 71pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.092]

Meulen, J. van der, Brinkerink, J. P., and Hout, P. von, (1992) Tabakspijpennijverheid in Gorinchem, Pijpelogische Kring Nederland, Leiden, 161pp. [LIVNP 2010.15.02]

Oostveeen, J. van, and Kleijweg, Aad. (2009) Tabakspijpennijverheid in Schoonhoven, Pijpelogische Kring,Nederland, Leiden, 143pp. [LIVNP 201.05.01]

Poukens, Johan, (2009) Blue Clouds of Smoke above the Duchy?, Paper presented at the Fourth Flemish-Dutch conference on Economic and Social History of the Low Countries before 1850, Leyden, 29-30 January 2009, 14pp. [LIVNP 2011.08.02]

Smiesing, P. K., ‘Een rechtszaak rond het merk DW’ Pijpelogische Kring, 14, 42. [LIVNP 2005.25.05]

Stam, R. (2005) ‘Tonpfeifenimporte aus Holland’ Unpublished manuscript 8pp. Paper presented at a conference in Leiden, 2005. [LIVNP 2006.34.6]

Stam, R. (2006) ‘Dier wirtschaftliche Lage der Tonpfeifenindustrie in den Niederelanden im 20. Jahrhundert’ Unpublished manuscript 4 pages plus one page of colour illustrations. [LIVNP 2006.34.07]

Stam, Ruud (2007) ‘Tonpfeifenimporte aus Holland’, Knasterkopf, 19, 118-122. [LIVNP 2011.04.02]

Tupan, H. R. (1983) Wolken van Genot: een culturrhistorisch overzicht van het tabakesgebruik in Nederland, Provinciaal Museum van Drenthe, 92pp [LIVNP 2013.04.01 – only pages 5-30]

NEW ZEALAND (Return to top)

Pfeiffer, Michael A. (1986) ‘Tobacco Pipes from the Arrowtown Chinese Settlement, Central Otago, New Zealand’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 79-88. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

PANAMA (Return to top)

Anon, (1979) ‘Clay Pipes help Date Colony’. [LIVNP 2011.17.01] [NB: Newspaper cutting from an unnamed source relating to pipes from Caldeonia Bay, Panama]

Higgins, D. A. (1995) The Clay Tobacco Pipes from Fort St Andrew, Caledonia Bay, Panama, unpublished manuscript, 1 page. [LIVNP 2011.17.02] 

POLAND (Return to top)

Schmidt, J., 2005 The Pipe’s Rebirth: Production, Maintenance and Restoration, Studio Wizualizacji, Graphit, Poznan, 47pp. [LIVNP 2013.04.01] 

ROMANIA (Return to top)

Gruia, Ana-Maria, (2013) The Gift of Vice: Pipes and the Habit of Smoking in Early Modern Transylvania, Mega, Romania, 123pp. [LIVNP 2014.08]

SRI LANKA (Return to top)

Fernando, M. (1995) ‘Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century Clay Tobacco Smoking Pipes from the Sea Bed of the Galle Harbour’ in G.P.S.H. de Silva and G.C. Uragoda (eds.) Sesquicentennial Commemorative Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka 1845-1995, Colombo, 240-261. [LIVNP 2010.10.01] (NB: signed by the author ‘For David Higgins’]

SWEDEN (Return to top)

Brynja, Elisabeth, (1988), ‘The Excavation of Pipes Made by Olof Forsberg of Stockholm’ Clay Pipe Research, 1, 95-108. [LIVNP 2006.39.39]

Åkerhagen, Arne (1994) Pipmakare i Värmlandsskogarna. De sista kritpipsmakarna I Sverige Svenska Tobaks AB, Stockholm, 36PP. [LIVNP 2008.14.134]

TURKEY (Return to top)

Bakla, E. (1985) ‘A long-forgotten popular handscraft: Clay pipe making’ Antika: The journal of collectable Art, 5. (http://www.mfa.gov.tr/grupc/cj/cja/claypipe.htm). [Two-page article from the above publication. LIVNP 2006.03.01]

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Return to top)

Anon. (1971) ‘Tobacco pipes’ in William T. Buchanan Jr., and Edward F. Heite, ‘The Hallowes Site: A seventeenth century yeoman’s Cottage in Virginia’, Historical Archaeology, 5, 42-45 (38-48). [LIVNP 2012.6.116]

Anon. (1972) ‘The divine weed’ The British Empire, 129-133. [LIVNP 2000.01.112]

Alexander, L.T. (1967) ‘English clay tobacco pipes’, Quarterly Bulletin Arch Soc of Virginia, 21:3, 58-66. [LIVNP 1999.83.01]

Alexander, L.T. (1973) ‘New Light on Dutch Clay Pipes and The Baker “crowned 5” Dutch Clay Pipe’ The Archeolog, XXV, 21-27. (Signed by the author, dedicated to D. R. Atkinson). [LIVNP 2012.06.063]

Alexander, L. T. (1976) ‘Pipes found at the Caleb Pusey House’ in Allen G. Schiek ‘The Caleb Pusey House Excavations’ Transactions of the Delaware Academy of Science, 6, 309-315 (295-315). [LIVNP 2012.06.115]

Alexander, L. T. (1978) ‘Clay Tobacco Smoking Pipes from the Caleb Pusey House’ , The Archaeological Society of Delaware, 9, 35pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.082]

Alexander, L. T. (1984) ‘North Devon Pottery and Other Finds C.A.D. 1660-1700’ The Bulletin and Jourtnal of Archaeology for New York State, 88, 15-32. (Article signed by the author, dedicated to D. R. Atkinson; reference made to 1,500 clay tobacco pipes recovered from the site on page 25 and two illustrations are given on page 28 of 6 pipe bowls and 8 marked stems). [LIVNP 2012.06.066]

Bradley, J. W., and DeAngelo, G. (1981) ‘European clay pipe marks from 17th century Onondaga Iroquois sites’, Archaeology of Eastern North America, 9, 109-133. [LIVNP 1999.84.01]

Calver, William L. (1950) ‘Historical Clay Pipes’, History Written with Pick and Shovel, New York Historical Society, 280-291. [LIVNP 2012.06.114]

Dallal, Diane, (1986) ‘New York City Pipemakers’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 43-47. [LINVP 2012.06.088]

Davey, P., and Pogue, D.J. (eds.) (1991) The archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe XII: Chesapeake Bay, Liverpool Monographs in Archaeology and Orient Studies No. 14, British Archaeological Reports (International Series 566) Oxford , 114pp. [LIVNP 2006.07.02]

Hayes III, Charles F. (1965) ‘Pipes from the Orringh Stone Tavern’ in ‘The Orringh Stone Tavern and Tree Seneca Sites of the Late Historic Period’ Research Records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, 12, 21-32, 82 (82pp). [LIVNP 2012.06.081]

Heite, Edward, F. (1972) ‘A Collection of Pamplin Pipes at Appomattox Old Courthouse’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 26:4, 211-212. [LIVNP 2012.06.070]

Harrington, J. C. (1951) ‘Tobacco Pipes from Jamestown’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 5:4, 1-7. [LIVNP 2012.06.067]

Huey, P. R. (1974) ‘Reworked pipe stems: a 17th Century Phenomenon from the Site of Fort Orange, Albany, New York’ Historical Archaeology, 105-111. [LIVNP 2006.49.01]

Jung, S.P. (1983) ‘Two New Jersey Pipe Molds’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 67-71. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Jung, S.P. (1986) ‘An Akron Smoking Pipe Company Shipping Box’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 76-78. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Jung, S. P. (1988) American Clay Pipe Works (reproduction of the catalogue of the American Clay Pipe Works printed between 1915 and 1920). [LIVNP 2006.52.02]

Jung, S. P. (1996) John Taber and John Taber Jr. Two New England Clay Tobacco Pipemakers: A Family History and Illustrated Catalogue, Privately Published, 91pp, plus appendices. [LIVNP 2012.06.085]

Kelso, William, M. (1966) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes’ in ‘Excavations of a Late Seventeenth Century Domestic Refuse Pit Near Lightfoot in James City County Virginia, 1964-65’ Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 20:4, 107-108 and 113-114. [LIVNP 2012.06.069]

Lenick, Edward, J. (1972) ‘Two Unique Pipe Finds’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 26:4, 205-207. [LIVNP 2012.06.070]

McCashion, J. H. (1975) ‘The Clay tobacco Pipes of New York State. Part 1: Caughnawaga 1667-1693’ The Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association, 65, 1-19. (signed by the author) [LIVNP 2006.52.03 / 2012.06.064]

McCashion, J. H. (1977) ‘The Clay Tobacco Pipes of New York State. Part 2. The Clay Tobacco Pipes of New York State Under the Sidewalks of New York: Archaeological Investigations near the U.S. Customs House on Manhattan Island, New York’ The Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association, 71, 2-19. (signed by the author). [LIVNP 2006.52.04 / 2012.06.065]

McCashion, John H. (1979) ‘A Unique Dutch Clay Tobacco Pipe from the Blowers Oneida Site and a Preliminary Statement on the Seventeenth Century Oneida Site Sequence Based on the Pipe Data’ Bulletin of the Chenango Chapter NYSAA, 18, No. 1, 1-15, and plates I-XVII. [LIVNP 2012.06.076]

MacCord Sr., Howard A. (1972) ‘Tobacco Pipes’ in ‘The Suffolk By-Pass Trash-Pit, Nansemond County, Virgina’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 26:4, 169-171 (165-172). [LIVNP 2012.06.070]

Manley, P. C. (1963) ‘Excavations of the Lewis Creek Mound, Augusta County, Virginia’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 18:2, 37-42. [includes reference to, and drawings of, pipes - LIVNP 2012.06.135]

Mitchell, Vivienne, (1983) ‘The Hisotry of Nominy Plantation with Emphasis on the Clay Tobacco Pipes’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 1-38. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Monroe, Cameron (1999) PhD Thesis submitted to University of California, Los Angeles, USA Negotiating African-Amercian Ethnic Identiy in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake: Colono Tobacco Pipes and the Ethnic Uses of Style, 151pp. [LIVNP 2013.07.01]

Murphy, James L. (1974a) ‘ “Cresthull” Reed-Stem Tobacco Pipes’ The Chesopiean, 14, No.s 1-2 (February-April 1974) 11-16. (http:/kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/1811/.38967/1/Cresthull.
pdf (downloaded 16.12.09)). [LIVNP 2010.05.01] Also available in digital form.

Murphy, James L. (1974b) ‘Nineteenth Century Reed-stem Tobacco Pipes from the Mogadore, Ohio, Dump’, Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 44:4, 52-60. [LIVNP 2012.06.136]

Murphy, James L. (1975) ‘Another Pamplin Pipe Variety’ Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia30:1, 26-29. (http://hdl.handle.net/1811/38946 (downloaded 16.12.09)). [LIVNP 2010.07.01 / 2012.06.134] Also available in digital form.

Murphy, James L. (1983) ‘A Ceramic Tobacco Pipe Mold from Coshocton County, Ohio’ Ohio Archaeologist, 33, No. 1 (Winter 1983) 17. [http.//hdl.handle.net/1811/37088 (downloaded 16/12/09). [LIVNP 2010.06.01] Also available in digital form.

Murphy, James L. (1986a) ‘Two Tobacco Pipe Molds from the Collection of the Ohio Historical Society’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 53-56. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Murphy, James L. (1986b) ‘Tobacco Pipe Fragments from Schoenbruun Tuscarawas County Ohio’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 65-68. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Noël Hume, A. (1963) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipe Dating in the Light of Recent Excavations’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 18:2, 22-25. [LIVNP 2012.06.135]

Noël Hume, A. (1970) ‘English Clay Tobacco Pipes Bearing The Royal Arms from Virgina’ Post-medieval Archaeol, 4, 141-146, including plates. [LIVNP 2006.39.086]

Noël Hume, I. (1966a) ‘Excavations at Clay Bank in Gloucester County, Virginia 1962-1963’ United States National Museum Bulletin, 249, Paper 52, 1-28. [LIVNP 2012.06.083]

Noël Hume, I. (1966b) ‘Excavations at Tutter’s Neck in James City County, Virginia, 1960-1961’ United States National Museum Bulletin, 249, Paper 53, 29-72. [LIVNP 2012.06.084]

Omwake, H.G., et al, (1963) ‘V. Other Ceramic Artifacts : A. Smoking pipes’ in H. G. Omwake and T. D. Stewart (eds.) ‘The Townsend Site near Lewes, Delaware’, The Archaeolog, XV, No. 1, 27-29 Plate 11A (72pp). [LIVNP 2012.06.061]

Omwake, H.G. (1963) ‘Section 5: Non-aboriginal Artifacts : Kaolin Pipes’ in H. G. Omwake and T. D. Stewart (eds.) ‘The Townsend Site near Lewes, Delaware’, The Archaeolog, XV, No. 1, 40-41 Plate 11B (72pp). [LIVNP 2012.06.061]

Omwake, H.G. (1967) ‘A Unique Dutch White Clay Pipe’ The Archeolog, XIX, No. 1, 1-4. (Whole journal signed on the inside cover by the author, dedicated to L.T. Alexander. The text has been annoted by D.R. Atkinson. In the margin next to the summary of this paper is a pencil note referring to a letter to Alexander from Adrian Oswald dated 24 June 1970). [LIVNP 2012.06.062]

Pfeiffer, Michael A. (1983a) ‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Five Archaeological Sites in Nebraska’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 39-47. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Pfeiffer, Michael A. (1983b) ‘W. White Pipes from the Foote House Dump, 10 AA 96’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 48. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Rist, Don E. (1983) ‘Identification of Diamond Stamped Elbow Clay Smoking Pipes’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 49-58. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Schulz Peter D., and Schulz Jeanette K. (1986) ‘An Early Knobbed-bowl Read-stem Pipe from Columbia, California’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 57-59. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Smith, Dennis O. (1986) ‘Point Pleasant Pipes from the Cypress Lake Site, 3PU-192’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 63-64. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Smith, Samuel D. (1986) ‘A Tennessee Tobacco Pipe Mold’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 48-52. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

South, Stanley, (1965) ‘Anthropomorphic Pipes from the Kiln Waster Dump of Gottfried Aust – 1755 to 1771’, The Florida Anthropologist, XVIII¸No. 3, Part 2, 49-60. [LIVNP 2012.06.079]

Sudbury, B. (nd) A Preliminary Report on the R. Bannerman Eagle Tobacco Pipe Manufactory, Rouses Point, New York. [LIVNP 2006.52.01]

Sudbury, B. (1975) ‘A Description and Comparison of Pamplin and Mogadore Hexagonal Stemmed Milled Chesterfield Pipes’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 30:1, 18-26. [LIVNP 2012.06.134]

Sudbury, B. (1976) ‘White Clay Pipes from The Old Connellsville Dump, 36 Fa 140’ SPAAC Speaks, XII, No. 1, 23-46. [LIVNP 2012.06.075]

Sudbury, B. (1979) ‘A Dated Pamplin, Virginia, Pipe’, Quarterly Bulletin Archaeol Soc of Virginia, 33:3, 109-117. [LIVNP 2012.06.071

Sudbury, B. (1980a) ‘A Preliminary Report on the R. Bannerman Eagle Tobacco Pipe Manufactory, Rouses Point, New York’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 1, 3-22. [LIVNP 2012.06.086]

Sudbury, B. (1980b) ‘White Clay Pipes from The Old Connellsville Dump, 36 Fa 140’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 1, 23-46. [LIVNP 2012.06.086]

Sudbury, B. (1983) ‘Sally Michaels: A Mid-Nineteenth Century North Carolina Pipemaker’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 59-60. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Sudbury, B. (1986a) ‘An Illustrated 1895 Catalogue of the Akron Smoking Pipe Co.’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 1-42. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Sudbury, B. (1986b) ‘An Update on the Status of Pipe Manufacturing Sites at Point Pleasant, Ohio’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 60-62. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Sudbury, B. (1986c) ‘Goedewaagen Pipes for Sale in a 1951 Wally Frank, Ltd. Catalog’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 3, 96-98. [LIVNP 2012.06.088]

Sudbury, B., and Pfeiffer, Michael A. (1983) ‘Clay Pipes in an 1875 Wm. Demuth & Co. Catalogue’ Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, 2, 72-73. [LIVNP 2012.06.087]

Thomas Jr., B. B. and Burnett, Richard M. (1972) ‘A Study of Clay Smoking Pioes Produced at a Nineteenth Century Kiln at Point Pleasant, Ohio’ ,The Conference on Historic Sites Archaeology Papers, 6:1, 1-31. [LIVNP 2012.06.074]

Tyack, N.C.P. (nd) ‘The tobacco trade between Bristol and Virginia, 1600-1700’. [from an unidentified publication – this appears to be the second part of this article from 1660-1700] 193-200. [LIVNP 2000.01.110]

Walker, Iain C., (1971) ‘The Manufacture of Dutch Clay Tobacco-pipes’ Northeast Historical Archaeology, 1:1, 4-17. [LIVNP 2012.06.080]

Walker, Iain C. (1974) ‘The American Stub-stemmed Clay Tobacco-pipe: A Survey of its Origins, Manufacture and Distribution’ Thefox Conference on Historic Sites Archaeology Papers, 9:2, 97-128. [LIVNP 2012.06.073]

Walker, Iain C. (1980) ‘The Central European Origins of the Bethabara, North Carolina, Clay Tobacco-pipe- Industry’ in P. Davey (ed) The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. IV. Europe I, BAR International Series 92, 11-69. [LIVNP 2012.06.203]

Wilson, Rex L. (1971) Clay Tobacco Pipes from Fort Laramie National Historic Site and Related Locations, National Park Service Division of Archaeology and Anthropology, 80pp. [LIVNP 2012.06.077]

WRECK SITES (Return to top)

Anon (nd). ‘Clay Pipes from the Wreck of the Amsterdam, off Hastings’ (copy from an un-named publication – five pages of text and one page of drawings). [LIVNP 2012.06.107]

Elliget, J., and Breidahl, H. (1991) Time and Tide: A Guide to the Wreck of the Barque William Salthouse, Maritime Archaeology Unit, Victoria, 32pp. [LIVNP 2009.02.01]

Gunesnon, J. (1993) ‘Les pipes’, in ‘L’épave d’Omonville-la-Rogue (Manche)’, Archaeonautica 11, 90-99 (31-130). [LIVNP 1997.91.5]

Higgins, D.A. (1995) ‘Clay tobacco pipes: a valuable commodity’, IJNA 24.1, 47-52. [LIVNP 1997.91.1]

Larn, R. (ed.) (1985) ‘The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman Campen on the Needles rocks, Isle of Wight, 1627 - part 1’, IJNA 14:1, 1-31. [LIVNP 1997.91.3]

Martin, C.J.M. (1995) ‘The Cromwellian shipwreck off Duart Point, Mull: an interim report’, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 24:1, 15-32. [LIVNP 1997.91.4]

Martin, Paula F. de. C. (1977) ‘The Dartmouth, a British Frigate wrecked off Mull, 1690. 4. The Clay Pipes’, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration, 6:3, 219-223. [LIVNP 2012.06.106]

Morris, R. (1984) ‘More finds from Scilly Islands Wrecks 2’, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 13:4, 333. [LIVNP 1997.91.10]

Williams, J. (1992) ‘The wreck of the Adgillus, 1874’, Soc Clay Pipe Res Newsletter 36, 9-10. [LIVNP 1997.91.2]

 

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