Three pieces (two black, one white) inlaid "C" logo.
One time has a meerschaum-lined dearth and wonderful straight motivate.
This "Comoy's" joined flowing script canted forward was used from 1900 to about 1919.
The "Comoy's" marking: the arched COMOY'S stamping in upper case script with serifs, apostrophe before the “S,” and the “C” larger than the other letters reaches back to 1917 and has been continued for a short time after WWII.
Created in the heart of Lakeland, the hot-pressed blended Virginias take on a delicious and distinctive dark colour that creates a pipe smokers dream, a feeling of calm, serenity and anticipation of the next pipeful. But it is gone now, and so I begin a quest for my Holy Grail: A substitute to replace the standard on which all English tobaccos are based: If you search here for the tobacco with the most 4 star reviews you have Full Virginia Flake.
No, not an English type, and not a likely SMM substitute, but how could I go about my quest of trying all of these tobaccos while ignoring numero uno?