Brief Description: Rare Scotch Whisky sealed and in origanl box and wraping
Long Description: I have a 4/5 bottle of Grand Old Parr Brand Rare Blended Scotch Whisky showing alchol by proof on the packing of 86.8. The bottle comes in original box inclosed in a light card packaging which shows signs of age on two edges but has clearly never been opened. Blended and bottled by MacDonald, Greenlees, Ltd., 5 Quality Street, Leith, Scotland and distilled by Glendullan - Glenlivet, Dufftown, Scotland. There is shown on the box a telegraph address as: "SPORTSMAN, LEITH".
Packagin is unmarked and not faded.Think whisky is pre 1940. A picture of Old Parr is on the box.
Further Info: The fill level is two mm below the bottom of the neck of the bottle and the condition of the bottle is untouched. There is red label on the top of the bottle stating "Distilled in Scotland and bottled in theUnited Kingdom under government supervision". Appears to be sealed with foil under which there is a wire securement, however as you will see from the photo of the bottle it reads on the cap "unscrew to open". Over the cap is a red and white lablel which states "The America Distilling Company New York, NY, US Internal Revenue, tax paid, with what appears to be a registration number which is 36-9844679. On the bottom of the bottle pressed into the molded glass bottom is MacDonald, Greenlees, Ltd. Distillers and the number KX215 Leith, Scotland.
Where can I sell and for how much.