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This strongbox is dated circa 1860-1890 and was used by the army of the Kingdom of Italy under the reign of the House of Savoy, the royal dynasty established in 1003 in Piedmont, that led the Unification of Italy, a period also known as the Risorgimento, the political and social movement that consolidated different states of the Italian peninsula into the single state of the Kingdom of Italy in the 19th century.


The interior has been newly and completely lined in solid Spanish Cedar wood to perfectly store and age your personal cigars collection.


The top part holds 2 removable trayers while the bottom part can be organized to your needs, with removable and adjustable dividers;

available space is cm 44 x 24 x H 10 (inc. 17.3 x 9.44 x H 3.9) and can hold around 150 Corona cigars.

The humidors used are two Credo Precision 70 but your preferred system (Cigar Oasis, Boveda, etc) can be easily used and mounted on the magnet system.

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