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Montague Barling was still the president of the company and Williamson-Barling was still the general manager, a position in which, according to Mc Nab, he would continue to 1967.Guss reports that Williamson-Barling actually departed June 1st 1962 to be replaced by Ronald Gibbons (Guss).Many thanks to Jesse Silver for extensive work editing and contributing to this article, as well as Tad Gage, Jon Guss, and Troy Lloyd for their input, expertise, and permission to use their research.Thanks to these dedicated pipemen we have made excellent progress on these last two revisions (July, 2013 and May, 2016).Where we poor mortals have written in generalities and offered educated guesses, Jon has provided detailed, exact, and thoroughly researched data that dispels many of the smoke clouds in which pipe history is enshrouded.
The page has been greatly improved by Tad’s contributions.Every department of our factory being under our own practical and personal supervision, ensures every pipe turned out by us coming under our direct notice. London” Three years ago I wrote the following: Every now and then there occurs an event of such gigantic impact that it literally changes the landscape.This fact, coupled with the excellence of the materials used in their manufacture, has given our pipes a reputation second to none in the smoking world, a reputation we firmly intend to maintain and strengthen. For the Dinosaurs it was the impact of an asteroid some 65 million years ago.Jon Guss, based on a statement made by Montague Barling in the British trade publication, Tobacco, gives the year that Barling began turning their own bowls as 1906 (Guss), following a crippling strike by French carvers.
Barling would become one of the few British companies to carve all of their bowls until the family sold their business to their largest client, Finlay, on October 3rd 1960 as reported in the British tobacco industry journal Tobacco (Guss).
We are always looking for additional information and documentation on the fascinating history of Barling.