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I have tried three times to post a photograph of some whisky which I have following the death of my parents, but the site won't allow me to post it, saying the website is undergoing maintenance or may have a programming error (?)
The bottles I have in my possession (amongst many others - around 40 bottles in total) are detailed below - could anyone please give me any indication of whether these bottles are of any value?
Old Inverness 70cl
Old Bannockburn (the fluid level in this one is lower than I think it ought to be but the bottle is sealed tight, and I have taken a photo of the seal also) 750ml
Swing - in a box
Dimple - in a box
Glenfiddich Peat Ember Caoran Reserve - with presentation tube
Passport Scotch -
Robbie Burns famed old Scotch Whisky
I would be more than happy to post photos but will need to try again tomorrow after I get home from work to see if it will work then. Sorry.
Any comments would be welcome, thank you.
Further to my post above, I am not able to post the photos as when I am trying to Add the File, I then get a blank screen and do not get the box with Posted Attachments in it.
Not to worry, I am thinking of gifting the whisky to a friend of my late father so it doesn't really matter if it is of any value or not.
Thanks for your help, and to anyone who read the initial post.
- John Barleycorn
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Sorry you were unable to post the images, I would have been very interested to see what was in your late father's collection. It is a wonderful gift to pass on to his friend I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
If you want to have a look at the bottles I have, I can e-mail the photos I took last night if you wish. They are by no means professional but you are welcome to have a look at them.
My father's friend is in Portugal at the moment, which is just typical. I have e-mailed a mutual friend tonight and been told he will come back to me when he returns to the UK.
Thanks for all of your help again.
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