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Dear Whiskey Magazine forum group. I posted the above question some time ago. I am surprised to find that there has been so many views on my question, yet there has been no responses. I feel as though because of the age of the Crown Royal, I may not be believed. After doing some research, I realize that supposedly that Crown Royal was not sold in the US until about 1965. This bottle I have was given to me by my grandmother who lived in Syracuse NY. I know that our family frequently visited Canada as we have a cottage on Sandy Pond, NY and attached to Lake Ontario, which is only an hour away from Canada. So I guess she bought it in Canada.
Again I would be grateful for your help in determining any value it has for the reasons stated above.
Personally, I love good small batch bourbons. I am especially fond of George Dickel, white label, Knobb Creek etc.
Thank you again for help.
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I think your CR is very interesting. I would suggest you check with the Seagram headquarters to see if they can get you looking in the right place. You also might want to check out some of the on-line auction sites ( such as http://www.whiskyauction.com)and some of the whisky retailers (in this Magazine) which focus on rare old bottlings.
BTW, I also have many great expressions of US and Irish whiskey and over 200 single malts, so my interest is not primarily Canadian.
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