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Old 10-02-2017, 07:42 PM   #16
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Perfectos were probably the most popular ones along with the corona size unless you count penny cheroots. If you look at advertising from the 1900s area you will see mostly Perfectos. Keep in mind that the king Edward perfection is an iconic stogies from the past.

As poor as the tobacco probably was, it supports what I have seen, mostly corona or perfection size.

You had to have a lot of time to go through a Cuban double corona. A desk to work at or a fine room to sit in. Otherwise they would just smoke several cheroots
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