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Hemingway Signature Size: 6 x 46
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looks like you may have had a roller having a day day for that signature (6x47) and the 3 you may have the Classics already (7x48). It is also tapered so it may be harder to tell the RG at the “bulb”. The only special edition AF made was the Rosado signature (2003 and 2011?) but it had a cedar sleeve with a red band. Don’t believe any other sizes outside standard in the classes and Maduro lines over the years.
 
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looks like you may have had a roller having a day day for that signature (6x47) and the 3 you may have the Classics already (7x48). It is also tapered so it may be harder to tell the RG at the “bulb”. The only special edition AF made was the Rosado signature (2003 and 2011?) but it had a cedar sleeve with a red band. Don’t believe any other sizes outside standard in the classes and Maduro lines over the years.
Really don't think it's a Signature, just significantly smaller than the ones I have and way smaller than the Classics

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Hemingway rosado has a different band, and it’s still the signature size (6x47). Was only referencing it as the only known variant of the line produced by AF, not as a possible candidate.

 
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looks like you may have had a roller having a day day for that signature (6x47) and the 3 you may have the Classics already (7x48). It is also tapered so it may be harder to tell the RG at the “bulb”. The only special edition AF made was the Rosado signature (2003 and 2011?) but it had a cedar sleeve with a red band. Don’t believe any other sizes outside standard in the classes and Maduro lines over the years.

+2 This is a special one from the lost container.
 
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FWIW, smoked it last night, and it was quite spicy, with a pretty good bite on the tongue, unlike any Hemingway I have ever had, so still have no idea what's going on with it. Didn't have the well known Hemingway taste at all, and I smoke a lot of different Hemingway's...

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FWIW, smoked it last night, and it was quite spicy, with a pretty good bite on the tongue, unlike any Hemingway I have ever had, so still have no idea what's going on with it. Didn't have the well known Hemingway taste at all, and I smoke a lot of different Hemingway's...

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Maybe the Sungrown?
 
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