Dimple and White Heather...
I was recently doing some house cleaning and came across some fairly unique bottles, i was hoping I could find out a bit more information about them...
The first is what appears to be a very old Dimple, accompanied by a golden box, the labels read 'Dimple Old Blended Scotch Whisky' 'John Haig and Co ltd. Markinch Scotland, Established 1627.'
'By appointment to her Majesty the Queen' I can only surmise that as it is by appointment to her majesty the Queen, this would put it somewhere in the region of after 1952, that being when the Queen ascended to the throne.
The second bottle I have is of White Heather, another common whisky with a very old Label. Some distinguishing features appear to be a 'Registered House Mark' to one side.
Also the bottle has a glass inlay with a house symbol and 'The House of Campbell'
The label to the side is to avoid counterfeits being sold apparently, so the description says...
I'll attach photos of course, any help is greatly appreciated.
Your bottle of Haig's Dimple whisky is dated from the 1970s. Unfortunately I don't have any info offhand on your White Heather. Try contacting mctears.com or bonhams.com for a value on either one. Let us know what value(s) they give you.
Thanks for the tip!
I'll let you know what I discover, I've got no intention of selling them, but a value would be interesting to know.
Thanks again and I'll keep you posted
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