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Hello, I received a bottle of Black & White today. It seems an old bottle. There are just to prints on one side of the bottle. The bottle is sealed. On the bottom of the bottle you see : "J.B 1937 B&W"
the print: glentauchers-glenlivet distillery :: choice old scotch whisky
little print in the bottle neck: By appointment Distillers tot Hm the King & HRH the prince of wales.
Can you tell me if the bottle is genuine and how old it is and if it is
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Thanks for the photos! I will see what I can find out.
We found out that this particular label design, which features the text ‘By Appointment to HM the King and HRH the Prince of Wales’ was used between 1921 and 1938, which means that the whisky was most likely bottled in 1937.
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