C.Gars Ltd. Opens Bidding on Summer Auction


The bidding on C.Gars Ltd.’s summer auction of cigars has officially opened.

This 21st auction is being conducted completely online, with a total of 330 lots up for bids that come from estates, investors and collectors.


Among the featured lots is a cabinet of 500 pre-embargo Punch Coronas, which are expected to fetch better £40,500 – £49,500, or $52,200 – $64,000.

Partagás fans get a pair of notable rarities in this year’s auction: a cabinet of 100 Partagás No.III and the Partagás 165th anniversary humidor from 2010 with 50 cigars inside.

Collectors of Cuban-made Davidoff cigars will also have some choice items to consider, including a sealed cabinet of 50 Davidoff Chateau Yquem from the 1980s, and a partial cabinet containing 47 Davidoff Chateau Latour cigars that date back to the 1970s.

The Dunhill brand is also well-represented with 17 lots, highlighted by the Dunhill Special Selection No.415, a pre-embargo cabinet containing 60 cigars that is expected to fetch between £6,000 – £8,000, or $7,700 – $10,000.

The complete catalog can be viewed online here.

The auction will conclude on June 11.

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