Pair of 20 yr old Whiskey Bottles for Appraisal
Hi, I have two Whiskey Bottles in which I believe are at least around 20 years old.
One is a Jim Beam's Pin Bottle of Bourbon Whiskey. I think it's open but I'm not quite sure, I've never had a drink but the tag is taped on and looks like the export seal is broken. I've tried to twist the top off, but it's on there pretty good and I'd rather not break it. The only number I can really see is on a long strip of sticker that has export stamped on it, the number is 304676978.
The second bottle is a Gold and Gold Nikka Whiskey. It has a removable Samurai Armor set on it. It's still sealed and I can't reallly find any serial numbers on it.
Both have been sitting in my basement for some time, and most likely belonged to my father, who has not been in the home for about 20 years (hence why I think they are each about 20 years old)
If anyone could help me appraise these it would be appreciated and if you need any other information from the bottle itself to help appraise them I'd be happy to help.
Hey there! Unfortunately at this time, Whisky.com does not offer valuations. Of course having said that, there are at times we're able to get an idea of value. We suggest you contact a company such as mctears.com or bonhams.com - as both specialize in valuations. I think Beam's Pin Bottle dates from around the 1960s - 70s and I have seen empty bottles go for between $5 and $10. I'll see if I can get some more background information for you.
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