- Abadie is a brand of rolling papers originating from Bolloré in France. There were also Spanish-made Abadie papers which are produced by Miguel Y Costas, as well as an Abadie factory in Vienna. The Abadie brand website has been removed due to French anti-tobacco legislation which prohibits the marketing of cigarettes or cigarette papers. However, Republic Tobacco still produces and Markets Abadie Papers. On January 4, 2006, Republic—through their subsidiary—renewed the trademark and signed an allegation that they are continuing to use it; Trademark statement. It cannot be disputed that this brand is still marketed and sold in the USA, without claiming that Republic filed a false statement in 2006 with the US Patent and Trademark office. Abadie is still very much for sale in America and can be found at hundreds of specialty stores across the country. The Austrian/German Abadie factory also published a number of stamp albums, the main ones two large albums with 3800 stamps with coats of arms and flags, published in the 1930s.
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