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9 SEALED 100g. W.O. Larsen's Old Tradition Tins


They do contain the tobacco, no clue as to how old.
It this something that can be cellared??? What would the value be?

I was thinking up to 50$, sitting now at 31.00?

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Winslow

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I believe this and several other similar blends by Larsen have been discontinued due to lack of interest.Several on-line sellers have been discounting their remaining stock to get rid of it.I don't think it's a tobacco worth cellaring.

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Mr. Larsen passed away in 2003 or 2004 and the family decided to close the shop in 2005. I think Stokkebye now owns the blend formulas and is continuing to produce some of the blends. As for the value of the tins you have, this may help-- Iwan Ries Larsen tobacco

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This particular tobacco is an aromatic and aromatics do not benefit from aging due to the casing. I wouldn't bother purchasing it.
 
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