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Cigarillos: Short and Small

In Europe, the Cigarillo, or Short, Dry-Cured Cigar, Sells. In America, it Has Never Caught On.

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Patrick Oster


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Elegant Humidors

New and Innovative Handcrafted Humidors for the Holidays

Posted: December 1, 1994   


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Pocket Watches

Complicated and Elaborate, Pocket Watches Are Essential Accessories for Lovers of Nineteenth-Century Memorabilia

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Nancy Wolfson


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Antique Austrian Glass

Nineteenth-Century Artisan Johann Loetz Established a Factory in Austria that Defined a Genre of Glass Art

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Nicholas M. Dawes


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Big Sounds: Home Entertainment Systems

Home-Entertainment Systems are Big-Ticket Items Designed to Produce the Best in Audio and Visual

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Peter Slatin


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Sleeve Jewelry

Stylish Jewelry Adds a Touch of Class to Shirt Sleeves

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Ettagale Blauer


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Smoking Winemakers

Dedicated Cigar Smokers Puff Away in California's Vineyards

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Anthony Dias Blue


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Travel to the Dominican Republic, Cigar Country

Visiting the Dominican Republic

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Michael Frank


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Custom-Made Shoes

Custom-Made Shoes Pamper Your Feet in Style

Posted: December 1, 1994    By G. Bruce Boyer


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South-of-the-Border Smokes

Under Towering Volcanoes, the San Andrés Region Produces Richly Flavored Tobacco That Creates Unique Cigars

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Gregory Katz


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The Longest Day

Cigar-chomping Darryl Zanuck re-created one of history's most momentous events on the beaches of Normandy.

Posted: September 30, 1994    By Fred Hift


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Let the Good Times Roll

Cigar Sales are Going Through the Roof as Premium Cigars Become Increasingly Difficult to Find

Posted: September 1, 1994    By Gordon Mott


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