Rémy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac

One of our readers has this bottle of Rémy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac to offer. It is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.

The Reader writes “My mother recently passed away … while going through her things, we found this bottle tucked away in the back of her liquor cabinet. I knew it was old and probably very special.”

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Whole Bottle

The label reads: Fine Champagne
V.S.E.P.
E. Remy Martin & Co.

Fine Champagne Cognac
Product of France
Reg U.S. Pat. Off.
4/5 Quart 80 Proof
E. Remy Martin & Co.
Cognac
Established in 1724
Distilled and Bottled by E. Remy Martin & Co. Cognac-France
Imported by Renfield Importers LTD., Newark, N.J.
Distributed by Renfield Importers LTD., new York, N.Y.
Remy martin

Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: Tax paid stamp number: 36A3190768
Renfield Importers, LTD
Newark, NJ

Label

How has the bottle been stored:

  • At room temperature
  • Up-right standing

Some more information about the bottle:

  • Everythings seems fine

Cork

The level of the cognac: Mid shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the middle of the shoulder

Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Fine Champagne V.S.E.P. E. Remy Martin & Co..

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Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting email addresses into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.

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6 Responses

#1 Michael on Nov 27, 2013, says:

Does the bottle have the legal marking indicating that it cannot be reused? This would be stamped in the glass. Bottles made between 1932 and 1964 should have this and your bottle is definitely from that era.
VSEP is similar to VSOP cognac.
Due to low level I would estimate value at $150

#2 Mike on Feb 9, 2014, says:

I will buy this bottle
175$
If you want to sale

#3 Aline on Feb 19, 2014, says:

I have a bottle in the box which evidently was brought here from United Kingdom
by my husband before our marriage, as that is what it says on the top of the lid.
The number is listed as 8427. Does this mean anything as to it’s worth?

#4 Michael on Feb 20, 2014, says:

The original box adds $20 to the value. If it is a VSOP/VSEP in the green bottle with the white capsule the only value difference is if it is the older or newer type. The Centaure logo was changed in 1962/63. The old bottles have a Centaure throwing his spear towards the ground while the newer bottles have a Centaure throwing his spear at the sky.
The photo above is one of the older bottles and was imported to the US by Renfield probably early 1950s.
With Box the newer bottles are worth about $100, the older style about $200. The bottle above has an abnormally low level, hence the discounted price I offered.

#5 Aline on Feb 21, 2014, says:

The box on my Remy Martin Cognac, France, Fine Champagne Cognac, l Litre
has never been opened but the picture on the box says “Fine Champagne
V.S.O.P”. Should I open the box to look at the actual bottle or will that take away
from the value?

#6 Michael on Feb 21, 2014, says:

You can open the box. I don’t think there are any seals on those boxes but any potential buyer would want to see the bottle and liquid level anyway so you would have to open the box. It will not affect value. I think you may want to send photos to Sebastian so he can post them on the site if you want to sell the bottle.
The one litre bottle is more valuable than the 0,7L or 0.75L regular bottles.

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