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  1. 99call. Thank you very much for your time and help with this! I will assume they are fake and cut one open and see if they looks OK to smoke, then maby I will light one and give them a try. Atleast I will get to enjoy the quinteros Best regards David
  2. Hey, thanks for your reply! Sad to hear that! Did they fake cigars already in the 1980s or is it a later copy? The box has no stamp on the back of it. I bought a humidor with all the cigars in it. Don't think the seller would lie to me so assume he did not know his father bought fakes... Also got a unopened box of these in the deal, what I can tell they are form the end of 50s - 60s? Any clues on this one?
  3. Hi! New to the forum! Writing to you from Sweden. Started smoking cigars last year so I'm kind of new to this wonderful world. Yesterday i got a box of cigars that come from a estate. The late owner says they have been bought around 40 years ago. I have googled and have a idea that it comes from around 1970 - 1980. Take a look and see what you think about these. Are they genuine? Best regards David.

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