This is my first post.
I was given a bottle of Karuizawa Editors Choice 15 years for Christmas a few years ago.
It has risen in value significantly but the wax seal is in very bad shape.
I left it in the garage during a cold spell and the wax has cracked badly with a large chip coming away. You can see clearly that the bottle hasn't been opened but if it gets any worse the seal will have not cover the cork anymore.
I want to get it repaired so it doesn't become worthless.
Any advice? Ideally I would get it repaired by a top company and get a letter to prove it.
If you're worried about it's collector's value, then I'd say you can't get it fixed because then it would look like a forgery, contentswise. You'd be better off leaving it cracked, but it still would have depleted in value.
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