Question about a Cab


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As my hobby with Cuban cigars increases, so does my fascination with how they are presented. I recently acquired a box of Hoyo Du Prince from 1998 and found some interesting differences in the cab design that I don't see on recent production cabs, specifically that the bottom of the cab had 8 pin sized nails in it. My question is when did they stop using nails in the bottom of cabs?

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» Hi MT look at Robs post Churchill Porn look at the bottom of one of the

» boxes it has nails to .

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» I think its from 1998 to.

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» Hope this helps..

Oh I don't doubt that they're the real deal. These came from a trusted source. What I'm interested in is when they stopped using nails.

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» Oh I don't doubt that they're the real deal. These came from a trusted

» source. What I'm interested in is when they stopped using nails.

Hey Marc, this probably happened in 2002 when there was a disease that hit the horse population in Cuba and glue became cheaper than nails.

:-D

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» » Oh I don't doubt that they're the real deal. These came from a trusted

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» Hey Marc, this probably happened in 2002 when there was a disease that hit

» the horse population in Cuba and glue became cheaper than nails.

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Seriously, does anyone have a cab with nails post June 2001? Better stil. List your latest date code with nails....and we will narrow it down.

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» Hey Marc, this probably happened in 2002 when there was a disease that hit

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So now we have diseased boxes.:-D

Zig

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