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The bottle says on it in a shield Royal Scot Whisky underneath which in a motto ribbon are the letters L.M.S. Above is a smaller motto which reads Heich obuna? the Heich. I've been told by the person who gave me the bottle that it came from the train of the same name and is at least 60 years old. I can't verify this. Can anybody give me any information? Is this bottle rare? worth anything?
Most old blends will sell at auction for smaller sums than single malts. Without a photo, it is difficult to verify the age of the bottle. It's value will depend on the condition of the closure, the label and any packaging, but it looks like a blend done for a hotel group and does not appear to be one of the major blended whiskies that attract larger sums from collectors.
Depending on where you are based, I can put you in touch with an auction house if that would be helpful.
As you should be able to see the bottle has a cork which is slightly shrunken at the bottom and the label is much more basic.
I live in Milton Keynes and would be interested in knowing a good place to sell it.
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Nigeljuggler wrote:As LMS ceased to exist in 1948 that makes the bottle at least 64 years old.
The bottle yes but not the contents, which remain the same age as they were when bottled.
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