We haven't seen many of the Dunhill "12" Stacks over the years, and the ones we have seen usually featured a lopped-off back-half of the upper-bowl. This lopped-off design was one of Dunhill's earliest offerings, briar-wise. It was coined the "Windshield" pipe and was marketed towards early adopters of the automobile, which back then (very early 1900s) were open-topped as a rule. Here, we see a more modern (2002) take on the design in a dark chestnut finish.
- Andrew Wike