Abbreviations List

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Here is a list of commonly used abbreviations. If you have additions or corrections please send me a PM.

1792 - SG 1792 Flake
5100 - McC 5100 Red Cake tobacco
965 - Dunhill My Mixture 965
B&M - Brick & Mortar store
BBF - SG Best Brown Flake
BC - Butz-Choquin Pipes or Black Cavendish
BCF - GH Bob's Chocolate Flake
BFP - C&D Bailey's Front Porch
BPC - LJ Peretti Burley Plug Cut
BRB - Blue Room Briars
BST - Briar Sweat and Tears (pipemaker)
C&D - Cornell & Diehl Tobacco Co.
CAO - A brand of Meerschaum pipes and a tobacco brand
Cav - Cavendish, a method of processing tobacco
CB - Captain Black
CBK - H&H Classic Burley Kake
CG - MM Country Gentleman
CH - Carter Hall Tobacco
CM - Chatham Manor
CPCC - Chicagoland Pipe Collectors Club
D&R - Daughters and Ryan
DDNR - Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls
DBE - GH Dark Bird's Eye
DFU - Dark Flake Unscented
DGT - Delayed Gratification Technique
DH - Dunhill
DLF - Dunhill Light Flake
DLNR - Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls
DSF - Peter Heinrichs Dark Strong Flake
EMP - Dunhill Early Morning Pipe
EOS - PS English Oriental Supreme
ERR - Edgeworth Ready Rubbed
FM - McC Frog Morton
FMC - McC Frog Morton's Cellar
FMOTB - McC Frog Morton On The Bayou
FMOTT - McC Frog Morton On The Town
FVF - SG Full Virginia Flake
GAF - Dunhill Flake
GdO - Savinelli Giubileo d'Oro
GE - MacBaren Golden Extra
GH - Gawith, Hoggarth Tobacco Company
GLP - G.L. Pease Tobacco
H&H - Half and Half tobacco, or Hearth and Home, a P&C house blend
HB - C&D Haunted Bookshop
HCA - Hans Christian Anderson, a line of pipes made by Stanwell Pipes
HOTW - Rattray's Hal o' the Wynd
HOW - House of Windsor
HUDC - HU Director's Cut
KBV - Ken Byron Ventures
KK - GH Kendal Kentucky
KW - Kaywoodie Pipes
LBF - PS Luxury Bullseye Flake
LGF - Reiner Long Golden Flake (Blend #71)
LRR - Lane Ready Rubbed
LNF - PS Luxury Navy Flake
LPF - GH Louisiana Perique Flake
LTF - PS Luxury Twist Flake
MCB - Middleton's Cherry Blend
McB or MB - Mac Baren Tobacco Co.
McC - McClelland Tobacco Co.
MM - Missouri Meerschaum (corncob pipe maker)
MMM - March Meer Madness
NAC - North American Carvers
NOS - New Old Stock
ODF - Old Dark Fired
ODFRR - Old Dark Fired Ready Rubbed
OG - Rattray's Old Gowrie
OGS - Orlik's Golden Sliced
OJK - C&D Old Joe Krantz
OTC - Over the Counter ("drugstore tobacco")
OTR - Watch City Off the Rails
P&C -, an online retailer
P&W or PW - Pipeworks & Wilke
PA - Prince Albert tobacco
PAD - Pipe Acquisition Disorder
PG -- Propylene Glycol, a food-grade preservative and humectant used in tobacco blends
POY or POTY - Pipe of the year
PS - Peter Stokkebye
PSD - Pipe Smokers Den
PSLBF - PS Luxury Bulls Eye Flake
PSLNF - PS Luxury Navy Flake
PSLTF - PS Luxury Twist Flake
PSO - Pipe-shaped object
RDF - J.F. Germain & Son Rich Dark Flake
RR - Ready Rubbed
RRR - Rattray's Red Rapparee
SG - Samuel Gawith Tobacco Co.
SJF - SG St. James Flake
SL - SG Squadron Leader
SM - DH Standard Mixture
SMS - A Meerschaum pipe brand
SP - Smoker's Pride, an OTC tobacco brand, or, an online retailer
SPBC - Smoker's Pride Black Cavendish
SPRT - Smoker's Pride Rich Taste
STG - Scandinavian Tobacco Group
SV - Super Value, an OTC tobacco brand
SWR - Sir Walter Raleigh
SWRA - Sir Walter Raleigh Aromatic
TAD - Tobacco Acquisition Disorder
UF - Peterson University Flake
WOLOF - W.O. Larsen Old Fashioned
YMMV - Your mileage may vary
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