View Full Version : I need advice on the age and value of a old bottle of White Horse Scotch Whisky
12-26-2011, 01:28 AM
I have a sealed bottle of White Horse whisky in mint condition that was given to my father-in-law on his wedding day 53 years ago. It's been tucked away in a cabinet ever since, but I was told the box was tossed only about 5 years ago and then again stored in a cabinet. The (serial?) number on the front label is 1030594. No clue if it can be traced with that or not. Doesn't show signs of evaporation. Can someone tell me a possible value of this collectable and it's potential lifespan. Thanks
Hi there, we are happy to have your bottle of White Horse dated. As for what's it's worth, unless it's pre-prohibition, it's not likely to hold much value. White Horse is a common brand, still available today. But, let's check on date first and go from there. :cool:
Your bottle is White Horse has been dated from 1947-51.
01-13-2012, 07:10 AM
Hi i have a small brown bottle it says content one tenth American pint proof 86-6 its old i think serial #AP with a line underneath it no number and it says The BLENDED Scotch Whisky of the WHITE HORSE CELLAR from the original recipe 1746. It is full bottle , it has a label front and back gold colour, on the back over the label it has a North Dakota liquor tax 3 3/4 cents with a serial #B7790955 looks like a stamp bottle has metal or lead cap with a stamp on it on the side of cap says white horse cellar.not sure if it is drinkable hoping it is an would like to know if there is a value. thank You
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