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    Frontier Hunting Cigar Label by H.B. Grauley. Full color lithographed 9" x 6" inner label with gold-embossed highlights and the year "1846". Two frontiersmen in fringed hunting coats confer over a recently slain ten-point buck. Their snug cabin is nestled in the background amid a forested winter landscape. Near mint. This label is listed as one of the "InStone 100" blue chip cigar labels.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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