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if you are interested, I have a copy of Martin Green's valuation book based on McTears Whisky Auctions and he lists the Glen Moray Vintage 1966 as being worth around 150 GBP as of 2001.
Personally, I think it should now be worth more than this, for two reasons:
1. I would have expected the price to increase in the last 5 years.
2. The McTears quotations are based upon prices achived in 'real-life' McTears auctions. These prices do tend to be lower than many other (internet-based) auction sites, mainly due to the extra charges which accompany them. I speak of Buyers' premiums and VAT which a buyer has to pay on top of the winning bid price. These usually ensure that buyers win items for a lower 'sale price'.
I have record of the 1959, 40 y/o being sold on Ebay.de in 2004 for €703.
I hope this helps,
There were a few of these:
Ardbeg 1975 - Bottled 1998
Ardbeg 1975 - Bottled 1999
Ardbeg 1975 - Bottled 2000
Plus I believe there was another, bottled 2001
All at 43% vol.
Basically, with these the value tends to differ a little bit between the UK and the rest of the world.
I have seen these sold on Ebay UK for around 200 GBP, maybe even a little more depending upon which one of the 1975's it is.
Here in Germany I would expect slightly lower prices at up to €250.
I hope that gives you an idea.
The 1999 is about the most common of those bottles, with the 2000 and 2001 being the most valuable (normally).
But don't let that put you off, there isn't too much difference in price and they are increasing in value year on year now!
These are an excellent investment for the future as well as being excellent whisky!
i for one have the vintage 1962 and paid about £80 for it
personally wouldnt pay anywhere near £250 let alone £350 for a 66 glen moray, the market just isnt there. you can buy the 1959 for a wee bit more from jenners.
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