NFL Super Bowl Winner Jamal Lewis's signed Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger "38th Governor Seal Humidor" by Daniel Marshall

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This rare humidor made by Daniel Marshall was commissioned by Governor Schwarzenegger for gifts or for auction items to raise important funds for Ballot Initiatives as well as Charity auctions.

The Governor Seal collection of humidors were never sold and will never be sold.

This Humidor we were able to purchase from someone related to NFL Super Bowl Winner Jamal Lewis. This humidor is signed and dedicated to Jamal by Governor Schwarzenegger. 

A historic humidor that is crafted in Macassar Ebony with a large solid brass covered in 24kt gold accenting the 38th Governor of California Seal, which is Governor Schwarzenegger's seal indicating him as California's 38th Governor.  

Comes complete with limited edition cigars and our new slip case hard bound book, 38 YEARS which will be signed and dated by Daniel Marshall. 

These rare Governor Humidors have sold for over $150,000 USD. 

Circa 2005


  The official Seal of the Governor of the State of California displays 31 gold stars representing the number of States in the Union following California’s admission in 1850. The Roman numerals along the lower rim of the seal indicate that Governor Schwarzenegger is California’s 38th Governor.

  In comparison to the Presidential seal whose design remains the same for each administration, each Governor of California will have his or her own number depicted.

  Central to the seal is the California State Flag whose design originates from the flag raised during the Bear Flag Revolt of 1846. This flag became a romantic symbol of independence and was adopted as the State Flag by the Legislature in 1911. 

 The State Animal, the California Grizzly Bear was the largest and most powerful of the animals living in the state- representing a spirit of independence, great strength and endurance, symbolizing California on the flag.

  Positioned below the State Flag is the California Poppy. Cherished by the California Indian it became the state flower in 1903. The golden flower can be found blooming somewhere in California during every part of the year, growing wild throughout California.

  Located above the flag is a golden sun, demonstrating the well known reputation of the state as the “Golden State.”


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