Cigar auction to see warm front moving in, pushing depression southward

| April 5, 2013

London’s spring might be a tad overdue, but a warm front is on the horizon—at least for cigar lovers.

Many of the world’s wealthiest smokers are expected to flock to Britain’s capital on June 10 when an estimated £300,000 worth of vintage, rare and mature cigars, along with cigar-related lots, are expected to go under the hammer at C.Gars Ltd’s 8th Vintage Cigar Auction at Boisdale Canary Wharf.

“The great thing about fine cigars is that not only are they very enjoyable to smoke, but they also provide a good return if you decide to sell them,” said C.Gars’ managing director, Mitchell Orchant.

“The global vintage cigar market remains robust because of, rather than despite of, the smoking bans.

“C.Gars Ltd’s past auctions have achieved almost 100 percent sales with many lots sold well above established market prices.

“This summer’s auction will be our biggest to date, and our customers around the globe are already salivating.”

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