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He was given a bottle of Coleraine 34 year old single malt Irish whiskey (in an box with documents I think). Anyway I know nothing about whiskey but just looking for some advice.
Any ideas what that would be worth? He called a shop in Dublin who weren't sure on a value but the only references I can find to it online seems to be at Parker's Whisky where they're selling a bottle for STG£1,295 or wineandwhisky.co.uk for STG£1,400.
So a couple of questions:
- does anyone know if these are reasonable valuations?
- what/where is the best place to sell a whiskey such as this.
Apologies, I'm not much of a whiskey buff but I'd appreciate any help.
Those are reasonable valuations. What I woud do if I were you is contact some of the big hotels with large whiskey collections. They are often very willing to buy. Don't forget that shops have to make a few quid themselves on these. The Whisky Exchange has one for stg£1,500.
The Four Seasons in Ballsbridge, Dublin, might be interested. Or the new Radison SAS in Dublin. I think you could get between â‚¬1,500 and â‚¬2,000, maybe more.
Another option is the King Edward Bar in Northern Ireland.
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The prices you see are pretty much on the ball but remember they are retail prices so don't get overly excited. I do not think you would get these prices at auction. However I would think long and hard before I'd accept less than £1000 or â‚¬1300..
Good luck....... I wish I had one to open ... I'd love to taste it .
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