Originally Posted by marlinmoon
Hi. My father and his friends had a lot of fun going to football games and horse racing and I just came across a vintage unopened bottle of Early Times Whiskey. The bottle is half full and the seal is unbroken and It was given to my father in 1969 as payment for a bet they made on a 49er game. The bottle is sealed inside a medal holder as a joke to my dad since he coulnt drink it if he couldnt easily get to it. They took the time to insulate the bottle from the metal with packing material .. There is a stiker on the top that reads "To marvin miller for a sloppy 49er victory" signed SKINS 1969. I was wondering if it had any value other than the personal memory it envokes? Thanks for any help... Pamela I can attach pic if someone can tell me how..
Please forgive my curiosity, but by any chance is your father THE Marvin Miller of MLB Player's Assoc. fame? -If so, that would obviously influence the value and provenance of your bottle in quite a positive way