For reasons beyond my comprehension, Dunhill has never produced enough Group 2 briars to meet demand, and for this very reason they have long been a target for collectors. A Group 2 Poker ups the ante; even in a limited production output some shapes will be made more frequently than others, and a Poker isn't one of those shapes. Now factor in 45 year old briar which has never seen tobacco, much less than a flame, as well as Dunhill's dearest finish? If you can do it, I would suggest that you do so.
--R. 'Bear' Graves