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  • Oh, no! Another pipe ID!

    This set is up on EbayUK.

    The seller says Lawrie but there's nothing remotely Lawrie about them. And the seller says 1960s though I would say recent, 1990s or later.

    The single bead on the tenor seems vaguely familiar but I can't remember. (The bass has double beads.)

    Anybody know this maker?

    proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; Son of the Revolution and Civil War; first European settlers on the Guyandotte

  • #2
    Glencoe for sure.

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    • #3
      Well... the seller's GrandMother may be a Lawrie... but
      these pipes... damned sure ain't!! :-)

      Looks to be... maybe... a good set... and worth a go...
      but do... double check... the quality... and final price.

      Good Luck with it!!
      (And please let us know... how it turns out.)
      My friends all know,
      With what a brave carouse...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ar Soner View Post
        Glencoe for sure.
        Thanks!

        You're bang-on Glencoe Bagpipes - The Bagpipe Place Museum (thebagpipemuseum.com)

        I tried to contact the seller to share the Glencoe link, but EbayUK says that seller can't be contacted, something I've never seen before on Ebay. ​
        Last edited by pancelticpiper; 09-12-2022, 03:03 AM.
        proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; Son of the Revolution and Civil War; first European settlers on the Guyandotte

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