cigar band

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a narrow paper band around a cigar

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"This includes expert cigar band die cutting, custom printed cigar wraps, embossed cigar bands and gold-foiled cigar bands.
"We're able to manufacture cigar bands with such accuracy by using industry-leading equipment," Bill Corcoran Jr.
That includes Heidelberg offset and sheetfed presses for full color or spot color printing and a Kluge for foil stamping, embossing and die cutting of the cigar bands.
Not only does Corcoran Printing specialize in cigar bands, but it also produces room key card holders, luxury brand cosmetic tags, custom boxes and business cards among other things.
As a young man in the 1920s, Jack pillaged the trash bins behind saloons and in the alleys of west Denver for colorful cigar bands. "Back then, everyone was doing it," he says.
"Cigar bands reflected everything about the history and culture of the times.
A 25-piece Black Eagle set of presidential portrait cigar bands sold for $200 in 1985.
The classics, Kuba Kuba and Blondie, will continue to be offered in their traditional infusions with their signature blue cigar bands. Additions will include Blondie Red, a bold infusion with a dark Cameroon wrapper; and Blondie Morado, a "rich and robust" ACID in a Maduro wrapper.
THE BAND Attached by hand, cigar bands came into widespread use in the 1850s as a way for brands to distinguish themselves.
For example, napkin rings can be made of paper, shaped more or less like cigar bands. This makes sense in casual/theme parties.
The image is as perfect as the playwright would have wished it to be, and it fits perfectly into a fascinating text as Sherwood launches into description of cigar bands - nothing special to you or I, but damning if you were part of the Edwardian social elite and had happened to have purchased you cigars from the wrong shop!