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The Treasure Hunters

Before You Invest in a Search for Sunken Treasure, Find Out What You Are Diving Into

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Montieth M. Illingworth


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A Captain's Berth

Buying or Building Your Own Yacht is a Risky Venture that Requires Long Months of Investigation

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Edward Kiersh


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Speakeasies for Cigar Smokers

As Almost Everyone Knows, Smokers of Fine Cigars Are Renowned for Their Creativity, Their Generosity and Their Perseverance

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Gay Talese


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Cigars, Cutthroats and Cycles

The seven men formed a shadowy circle amid the dense pine trees in the Idaho high country, faces profiled by the campfire, minds lulled by the...more

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Bob Rivard


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High Speed Dreams

Cigar Aficionado's Contributing Editor Drives One of the World's Hottest Race Cars--and Survives

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Michael Konik


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Golfing in Paradise

Mexico's Baja Peninsula Provides Challenging Courses with Incredible Vistas

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Lorne Rubenstein


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Heavenly Strings

For Centuries, Experts Have Struggled--Unsuccessfully--To Duplicate the Perfection of Antonio Stradivari's Violins

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Neil A. Grauer


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Tailors in the Office

How to Buy a Wardrobe without Leaving the Workplace

Posted: December 1, 1995    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Diamonds in the Rough

They Are Forever and a Girl's Best Friend; Here Is How to Tell the Gems from the Junk

Posted: December 1, 1995    By Ettagale Blauer


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The Man Who Created Cohiba

It was just another visit to a cigar store in Havana. The newly constructed shop in the Comodoro hotel, one of the city's premier hotels, was...more

Posted: September 1, 1995    By James Suckling


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By Hand and Foot

Once Almost Extinct, Butlers are Making a Comeback in the Homes of Wealthy Americans

Posted: September 1, 1995    By Jolee Edmondson


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100 Years of Retailing

The year is 1895. Grover Cleveland is in his labor-troubled second term as president. Cuba battles Spain for autonomy. The Lumière brothers make the...more

Posted: September 1, 1995    By Shandana A. Durrani


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