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From their inception, Kapp & Peterson's goal was to make a good smoking pipe that the ordinary, common working man could afford and we believe they have, very admirably, lived up to this.

Peterson followed with a COM stamp of "Irish Free State" in either one or two lines, either parallel or perpendicular to the shanks axis and extremely close to the stem. As one can see this is pretty straightforward but there have been inconsistencies within this method of stamping.

The Patent Era was between the years of K&P's formation until the expiration of the patent; 1875 through approximately 1910. In 1895, Peterson opened a shop in London England that lasted until the late 1950s or early 1960s.

Though for our purposes we will list this era as 1875 through 1922. Peterson now stamped their pipes with "Made in Eire" in a circle format with "Made" and "Eire" in a circle with the "in" located in the center of the circle. So the English Era, for a simplified date, will be from 1895 through 1959.

Also, we must address the stamp "A Peterson Product." During the last few years of the Pre-Republic era and throughout the Republic era, Peterson began stamping their other lines, such as Shamrocks and Killarneys, with "A Peterson Product" over the COM stamp.

So a pipe stamped thusly will have been made say from 1948 to the present with the COM stamp identifying it as a pre-Republic or a Republic pipe.

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