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That's amazing! Those cigars have been through quite a bit including probably a couple bombings if they are from the 40's! Wow! 

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Would be a damn shame to die without smoking at least one of those! Why save 'em? Unless they are going to auction for a fortune.

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Eventually they will have to smoked,just whiskey is meant to be drunk.i guess I am like everybody here and am curious as to have they withstood the test of time? 

Thanks for posting Rob ??

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11 hours ago, benfica_77 said:

That's amazing! Those cigars have been through quite a bit including probably a couple bombings if they are from the 40's! Wow! 

 

I think that half the fun is delving into what was going on at the period of production. 

They are encyclopedias as much as cigars :cigar:

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5 hours ago, El Presidente said:

 

 

 

I think that half the fun is delving into what was going on at the period of production. 

They are encyclopedias as much as cigars :cigar:

An encyclopedia is worthless unless opened up and read, and these cigars are the same way. 75 years old and full box. Time to pull one out, cut and light it up. Otherwise, what's the point? 

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On 6/25/2019 at 10:33 AM, El Presidente said:

 

 

 

I think that half the fun is delving into what was going on at the period of production. 

They are encyclopedias as much as cigars :cigar:

Have to agree, actually.  It's probably one of the last ever boxes, more an artefact than a curious smoke.

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