Cigar Cutter Patent 1906 – Tobacco Patent, Cigar Lounge Sign, Cuban Cigar, Cigar Art, Cigar Decor, Man Cave, Cigar Cutter


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A patent print poster of a Double Cigar Cutter invented by J. L. Obermayer. The patent was issued by the United States Patent Office on November 13, 1906. The vast majority of cigars come with one straight cut end and one end in a "cap" which must be cut off for the cigar to be smoked. A cigar cutter is a mechanical device designed to cut one end off a cigar so that it may be properly smoked.

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