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A Pricey Cigar

A Bonhams employee poses for photographers with a Don Joaquin Cuban cigar, that belonged to Sir Winston Churchill and comes with a letter of provenance, during a media opportunity at Bonham's Auction rooms in London on Thursday. The cigar is estimated to fetch between 500 to 700 Pounds (euro 620 - 860; US$ 810 - 1,100) in the Gentleman's Library Sale which will be held on January 29-30. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Question: How often do you smoke cigars?




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