Originally Posted by Unregistered
please send me an email (its above) Im very interested, let me know where you are located how much you are looking to get for it.
This is not a rare bottle. Although it is called 1867-1967 Centennial, it was produced in large quantities for many years. The price in the 1970s was about $8.00. I have seen this bottle for **** at least four times this year in the Ottawa-Toronto area.
The biggest problem with this bottle is that the plastic bag is a bit snug and the label tends to get scuffed on the edges where it wraps around the bottle. A bottle in average condition with a good fill level and all the pieces - like the one in the picture would sell for around $100. In pristine condition I have paid as much as $220.00 but I have never seen a bottle in as good shape as that before or since.
I never, ever, ever sell whisky, but since you are a Gooderham and I am a writer, if by chance you live somewhere in the Montreal - Toronto corridor I would be happy to give you a sample some day when I am passing through just for the chance to have a wee chat. I will be pouring a bottle of this at the Victoria Whisky Festival in January, if by chance you live in the Vancouver/Victoria area. I think the class is now **** out, but just contact me and I will save you a sample.
I should tell you this really is spectacular whisky and if people were more knowledgeable about Canadian whisky it would command much higher prices.
Good luck in your hunt. If you contact me off line, I can let you know next time I come across another bottle.