I've seen quite some Johnnie Walkers (Red and Black) already, but the one I have has the feature of not showing any Percentage of Alcohol?
Depending on other posts, I'd assume it to be from the 60s or 70s - but if anyone of you has some more information, I'd highly appreciate it.
Starting with the box: Golden Box; 50% black ground. Within that black box, there is "Johnnie Walker" in white letters - "Black Label" in golden ones, followed by Extra special Old Scotch Whisky" (smaller font) and "Bottled in Scotland" (once again smaller).
The Screwcap: Reading on the top "EXTRA SPECIAL" - and on the side "QUART" written horizontally three times.
The Cap is according to Pat No. 1207487 (which means the bottle for sure has been filled after 1966
The "neck label" reads: "Johnnie Walker" Black Label
The "main label" - diagnoally - reads:
For Duty Free ****s Only
Old Scotch Whisky
John Walker & Sons Ltd., Kilmarnock, Scotland
Produce of Scotland
There is no info on the alcohol content at all.
Lower Label (White on Gold):
By appointment to
her majesty the queen
scotch whisky distillers
John Walker & Sons, Ltd.
Distillers, Kilmarnock, Scotland
One Label on the back: "Distilled and Bottled in Scotland under British Government Supervision"
Thanks a lot for your efforts - in case it helps, I'm of course more than happy to provide you with some pictures of it.