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I'm not saying there may be someone out there whom would pay a higher price for a bottle that has a different label/printing but I wouldn't think the price would be much higher than what the whisky currently sells for on the shelves.
If you have an old bottle, best thing to do is check and see if it's still available from liquor outlets. If the bottling is still available but there is a variation in the label, then you would expect to get probably no more than 20-30% on the current retail price - That's just my observation. Also it depends a lot on the actual whisky inside too - Unfortunately Teacher's is not one of the highest(top 5-10) blends sold around the globe and as a consequence an old bottle of Teachers probably wouldn't even get 20-30%...?? But you never know...
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This is a regular bottle of Teachers.
If it is anything like this even if it looks old it probably will not reach even current retail market prices.
Also check the Whisky Exchange as they sometimes have similar old bottles of blends etc
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