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About six years ago Mark Ryan of Daughters and Ryan and Drew Estate cigar makers joined together to make a series of pipe tobaccos bearing the name Tsuge of the Japanese pipe maker. I'd heard there was a substantial licensing fee to use the Tsuge name in the tobacco's branding.I bought a tin of four of the 8 blends,(the God series) enjoyed them all and when I heard that production might not continue, I bought more than a sensible amount. Now that I'm exclusively smoking the tobacco that I blend myself, I'm ready to sell my tins of Tsuge. The MSRP for the God series was $14.95 per 50 gram tin.
I have 64 tins, all with about 5 years of age. Here's the breakdown:

Raijin 13 tins
Ryujin 21 tins
Gunjin 9 tins
Fujin 21 tins

I would like to sell all 64 tins to one person, if possible. I do not want to be packing and shipping a lot of parcels, at least not until after I get a dose of the Covid vaccine. To move them quickly, I'll bite the bullet and sell the lot for $3.00 per tin plus shipping. That's 80% off MSRP and about 1/3 of what I paid, on average. $192.00 plus shipping to your destination. If they don't sell as a "lot" to a single individual, I'll post them later, with a bit of a higher price per tin to account for packaging, time, and mileage. If you're interested in making this purchase, please message me and in this thread, please note that a message was sent.
Thank you.

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My my...$3/tin. Merry Christmas.
I know there are members/visitors to most cigar and pipe forums that look to buy bargains for later sale. Some are independents, others are retailers from ultra high tax states. In most cases, I only want to sell to members for what I paid or less, for their personal use. If this doesn't ultimately sell, it'll go into making 4200 cigarettes for my social worker friend, who gives them out to the indigent.
 

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