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We were out for my 35th birthday today, and he said he wanted to sell it. Well I don't have the slightest clue the best way to sell an old bottle of whiskey. I don't even know if it is legal for me to do so.
From memory he thinks it is either 1926-1928. He thinks it is from Canada (due to some tax seals on it) because that was during prohibition. I am not even sure he knows what he is talking about.
Any advice? Any idea on possible values? $10? $1000? Any information would be much appreciated.
It is Johnnie Walker Black Label. Not Red.
Imported into NY by Canada Dry Ginger Ale Corporation. It has a US Internal Revenue sticker across the top of the bottle which maintains some kind of tax number... however, the date stamp portion of the sticker fell off sometime over the years. There is no date on the bottle that I can see. My dad maintains that it was either 1926 or 1928. So I guess I am on a quest to first find out how old this thing is.... oh brother.
I will post some pictures later.
"By Appointment to the Late King George V."
Which I found one online stating that it is 1936-1938...
So I guess that is the one. Around 400-500 Pounds. Wonder what I can sell it for in the US....
Lot 597 Pre-War Black Label Johnnie Walker Black Label, 'By Appointment to the Late King George V', with label bearing the arms of Kilmarnock, with squirrel supporters and the motto 'Gold Berry' which dates it to 1936-38. No strength or capacity stated; stopper cork with lead seal on yellow ribbon to open capsule.
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Johnnie Walker Black Label-12 year-old-Circa 1940 By Appointment to The Late King George V, John Walker & Sons Ltd., Kilmarnock. Same Quality Throughout The World. Stopper cork, paper seal. Level: 4cm from base of cork 1 bottle
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As a rule of thumb blends (as this is) do not command much even at this age ... however Johnny Walker is one of the few exceptions and there is a collector market for it. In saying that you really need to be lucky to get a good price at auction.
Your best bet is Ebay and put it up for a 10 day auction to garner as much interest as possible.
These bottles because of their age you should think be worth more but the reality is usually not.
Good luck in your quest....
So it stays in the family... maybe for another 40 years.
Take it easy....
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