First club mee­ting of the Ger­man chap­ter in Düsseldorf

1st Chaptermeeting

On Satur­day the time had final­ly come, the first mem­bers’ mee­ting of our Ger­man chap­ter. We met in Patri­cia and Marc Ben­den’s beau­ti­ful cigar lounge in Düs­sel­dorf. “Cigar­world” defi­ni­te­ly lives up to its name. We immer­sed our­sel­ves in the gre­at world of tob­ac­co in its most beau­ti­ful form. The pro­fes­sio­nal Cigar­world crew reser­ved a cozy and tas­te­ful­ly fur­nis­hed sepa­ra­te club room for our mee­ting. The Cigar­world humi­dor left not­hing to be desi­red and so we were able to try some­thing new and valued. We made ple­nty of use of the lavish offer and had a lot of fun doing it.

Some of the mem­bers came from far away. Many thanks to the mem­bers who tra­v­eled to Düs­sel­dorf from Bie­le­feld, Müns­ter, Frank­furt and Ber­lin and con­tri­bu­t­ed to the suc­cess of this spe­cial event. We had a gre­at after­noon with inte­res­ting con­ver­sa­ti­ons and of cour­se some excel­lent cigars. Our smo­kes drag­ged on until later in the evening. And we were also able to win a new mem­ber for our chapter.

If you want to plan such an event in your regi­on and know a nice loca­ti­on, you should con­ta­ct us. We would be hap­py to plan a regio­nal mee­ting at your place and help with the implementation.

June 2022

From now on you can pre-order our club­’s new medal — a repli­ca of the crest of our 13 foun­ding mem­bers — on the home­page of our mother chap­ter It cos­ts $85 plus posta­ge, duties and sales tax. The medal comes with a clear acry­lic stand. Only a limi­ted edi­ti­on is available.

Coat of arms of our 13 foun­ding members

We are proud to pre­sent our club crest to you. This crest sym­bo­li­zes our fami­ly tree and history.

Coat Of Arms Medallion Rohguss
Coat Of Arms Medal­li­on: raw casting

The raw cas­ting shows the details accord­ing to the exact design of the coat of arms. The next step is poli­shing, black nickel pla­ting and ena­mel paint.

Detail Enamel Color
Detail Ena­mel Color

The pro­to­ty­pe gets the finis­hing tou­ches by app­ly­ing the ena­mel colors. Then the­re is the green light for production.

The medal is almost squa­re with a side length of almost 14cm, lar­ger than the palm of a hand.

July 2021

Our Tri­u­ne Club Medal

Tri­u­ne could be trans­la­ted as tri­ni­ty, or con­sis­ting of three in one.

Alt­hough the club star­ted with 13 mem­bers, only 3 have remai­ned true to its ori­gi­nal mis­si­on over the years. The Tri­u­ne Medal repres­ents loyal­ty, respect, honor and dedi­ca­ti­on to this club.

Triune Club-Medaille
Tri­u­ne Club-Medaille

The design is based on the pain­ting done in 2015 by tat­too air­brush artist Paul Col­lins in Tuc­son, Arizona.

Das handgemalte Kunstwerk von Paul Collins
The hand pain­ted art­work by Paul Collins

The Tri­u­ne is avail­ab­le in chro­me and gold. The gold ver­si­on is reser­ved for board members.

Die Guß-Form für die Triune-Medaille ist bereits ein Meisterwerk
The cas­ting mold for the Tri­u­ne Medal is alrea­dy a masterpiece

This limi­ted edi­ti­on of the mold for the Tri­u­ne medal is alrea­dy a mas­ter­pie­ce. The medal is unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly out of print and will pro­bab­ly not be reissued.