What we have here are actual molds that were used by one of the major cigar factories. For those who are unfamiliar, handmade cigars are constructed by bunching together the filler leaves and wrapping them with the binder. These bunches are then put into the slots in the mold, then the mold is put together and placed in a press. The bunches are later rotated, and after a second press, they're ready to hand off to a roller to apply the wrapper.
These molds are assorted so you can't select a specific shape, and because these have been used, there will be some signs of wear, but they're still usable for the home hobbyist cigar roller or they'll make a great tchotchke to display in your smoking area. Either way, these are a great piece of memorabilia that you'll enjoy.