SOLD 1440 Fincks 1893 Cigar **Man Box** Valet, Watch Box, Stash Box, Keepsake Box, Gun Box, Jewelry Box



1440 Fincks 1893 Cigar **Man Box** Valet, Watch Box, Stash Box, Keepsake Box, Gun Box, Jewelry Box

This is a Fincks 1893, Churchill cigar box with colorful eagle labels in and out and logo trim that wraps around the cigar box. The green and white seal has been left intact. It’s not vintage, but has a very classic and vintage vibe and it’s nice and roomy. I added the ornate feet, a bronze knob for ease of opening and lined it with padded black velvet. 7.75 x 10.75 x 2.25-2.75″ with the ornate feet. Valet for keys, wallet, glasses, cell phone and change, watch box, gun box, jewelry box, stash box- the uses are endless. These valet / man boxes look great on a desk, dresser, bar, book case, coffee table – you get it. Great gift for Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation or groomsmen gifting. Perfect guy gift in general! THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC CIGAR BOX , SO SMALL FLAWS INFLICTED BY THE SMOKERS OF THE CIGARS ARE TO BE EXPECTED! This only adds authenticity, character and charm! Large flaws will be noted in the description. If you don’t like what you see, I can do custom cigar box purses and valets that can include anything you like!- pictures of family members, pets, places, collegiate or pro sports themes- you name it! I can add initials to any of my cigar box valets for a small charge too- just ask! I always ship insured. Feel free to call me! 813-655-8003 – Home Please sign up for email via this site to get in on sales and new products. Also please follow Humadorables by Susan on Facebook and Instagram.


Interview with Bill Finck Sr.

Interview by Mary Locke Croft, January 30, 1991, in San Antonio, Texas

Bill Finck Sr.’s great-grandfather Reinhold Finck came to San Antonio in 1852 from Württemberg, Germany, via New Orleans. In 1861 he began publishing the San Antonio News in both English and German. Mr. Finck’s grandfather Henry began the Finck Cigar factory in the 1880s. Bill Finck explains the history of the cigar factory and the process of making cigars, from purchasing the tobacco in Connecticut, Cuba, and South America, to the making of hand-rolled cigars by Rafaela Sanchez, an eighty-year-old woman employed by the company for over seventy years. Mr. Finck also tells of his days in the state legislature and the burning of his $2,700 state paycheck, which made headline news.

– Bill Finck Sr. at the Texas Legislature in 1973