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Vintage advertisement for La Corona cigars showing tobacco-growing regions in Cuba. The ad was issued by Henry Clay and Bock & Company, a cigar manufacturer that started in Havana, but after a strike at that factory and to avoid high tariffs, opened a Trenton facility in 1932. In 1940, New York businessman Samuel Kaplan bestowed upon Winston Churchill a supply of 5,000 La Corona cigars with the Prime Minister's name emblazoned on the band.

Condition Description
Magazine page with another advertisement printed on the back.
McGinty, Stephen. Churchill's Cigar. United Kingdom: Pan Macmillan, 2011.