December 2003 > Americana > Historical
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Lot 375: 1880's Cuban “House” Humidor
One of the most elaborate and commodius cigar humidors we have seen from the land of the world’s premium tobacco leaf. When closed, the humidor resembles a typical Cuban abode of the late 19th century. When the roof is lifted (attached on hinges) and the front panel folded down, six separate, interconnected compartments fold open, each one can hold its own set of cigars. Compartments are constructed purely of cedar wood. The outside of the “house” is also constructed of wood, with a gray finish. The house measures 13” tall x16x13”. EX-MT condition.
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