First of all, the bottles you inherited are nice but not really wanted collectibles at the moment.
Of course, you can sell them but most of them are not rare (yet) so I would say keep them for years until they are wanted or drink them.
With the exception of a few which could make a little money.
Green label glossy seal heritage bottles.
1,75 ltr USD 75,-
1,00 ltr USD 40,-
750 ml USD 30,-
375 ml USD 25,-
Bottle one is the Scenes of Lyncburg 5 would go for approx. USD 100,-
Bottle two is a green label fake paper with tax stamp would or for approx. USD 125,-
Single barrel (pic 3 + 4 + 5) would go for approx. USD 50,- (maybe USD 75,- because its signed)
Bottle one is Gentleman Jack (drink it)
Bottle two is Single barrel USD 50,-
Bottle three is 1981 Gold Medal USD 50,- / USD 75,-
Bottle four is Single barrel USD 50,-
Bottles one and two are Single barrel new style (drink it) or sell for USD 50,-
Bottles three and four is the prohibition set. This set could go for USD 150,- / USD 175,- (will be a rare one in future)
Be aware that these prices are an indication. Just my opinion. Some bottle can do more, some less.
Last edited by Raapio; 01-14-2013 at 05:58 PM.