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I am not currently interested in selling it, but I am curious as to what it might be worth and if it may still be drinkable (or if there is a way to tell). I am attaching some photographs that you are welcome to use on your site if you wish. There appears to be some cork shrinkage on the bottom half of the cork, but the tax seal is intact enough to show that the bottle has never been opened and the cork seems to be holding up.
Any information or contacts that you could provide would be warmly appreciated. - Terry Harrison
Flickr slide show: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tguy/tags/whiskey/show/
The bottle, wrapping, and shipping container (in back)
For those who might like to know more about this whiskey company, I found this great site (apparently the casks were made with wood from virgin Arkansas forests): http://www.greenriverwhiskey.com/
If it was drinkable in 1917, it should also be so now.
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