Help Information Pinch/Haig 350 decanter

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Help Information Pinch/Haig 350 decanter

Postby Tim » Wed Jan 10, 2001 1:44 am

I have an unopened bottle of Pinch in the Haig 350 decanter it is endorned in Sterling silver with the history of haig engraved. It is a limited edition of 1500 (mine is 1104 I believe(don't have it in front of me) the bottle comes with a signed certificate of authenticity as well as a hand made custom blue velvet case the leaflet that comes with it states the case is hand made and that the silver was milled the same way the did suits of armor in the 1600's and that the etching is hand done. I have been trying for MONTHS to get information on this bottle before I sell or DRINK! any information on age, value etc would be most graceously appreciated I am sure there is a connesour here who has some information right??? Thanks


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Is my unbrokened seal of Scotch Whisky worth anything?

Postby Scott » Sat Jul 21, 2001 1:56 am

I have a bottle of Scotch Whisky that was given to me by my grandfather, with a Canadian seal on it plus a wax seal that is unbroken. The front of the label says:
Grand Old Par
Real Antique and Rare Old
Scotch Whisky
Blended & Bottled by the Proprietors
McDonald Greenlees Ltd.
Leith Scotland
The numbers on the Canadian seal are KW212237.
And on the back of the bottle is says Aged for 152 years. My Grandfather has had it for at least 20 years.
If anyone could tell me anything about this bottle of Scotch I would appreciate it.
Thanks in advance for any help.

P.S. After looking further, I saw that Old Parr has only been around since the early 1900's? I'll have to look closer at the bottle or is what I said previously correct?

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