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Quite often we find an old set of pipes and as we search for clues about the maker, we notice a stamp or marking on the pipe chanter. Because many sets do not have the original chanter, we must look at other aspects of the bagpipe as well.

Sometimes treasures in the pipe box can lead us in the wrong direction....this bagpipe is not a Grainger Campbell(the reeds may be though)

However, this pipe box did contain Henderson pipes

These three practice chanters were in the box with the Henderson set above, but not one of them is Henderson practice chanter.

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