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