I have two bottles of the same whiskey, unused, unopened in their original boxes with original paper covering on the bottles. I found these in my late father-in-law's home while cleaning up for sale. These are just two of approximately 50 bottles of unopened whiskeys. There is a White Horse bottle with a painted horse on the elaborate bottle. Also, several single malt's in fancy bottles with my father-in-law's name printed on them in script. There is an Old Crow bourbon in a beautiful bottle with an etched crow on the glass. My wife tells me that they are not just from her father, but also from her grandfather and great-grandfather. These two gentelmen date back to the late 1800's and the "great grand dad" immigrated from London in 1880. I'm not sure if we have found all of the bottles yet, but it appears most of them were gifts and never opened. Some never taken out of their boxes. Almost forgot, there are approximately 5 unopened JW Red with labels dating to 1920. One final beautiful bottle is a Dewars with a carousel built into the underside of the glass that winds-up and two bagpipers and two scotties spin around as if they are inside the bottle of the scotch. Thanks for any help you can provide.