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    Dante Cigar Label by the Sulzberger - Oppenheimer Co., Ltd. Full color lithographed 8.5" x 6" inner label with gold-embossed accents. Aligheri Dante (1265-1321), arguably Medieval Europe's greatest poet, is shown in profile between competing visions of Heaven and Hell. Light browning to edges, else excellent condition. This label is listed as one of the "InStone 100" blue chip cigar labels.

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    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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