One of our reader has a beautiful A. Hardy Noces de Diamant Cognac decanter. And he would like to sell.
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“The tag on the bottle reads: A newly born ancestor of the Hardy cognac family. Together with “Perfection” and “Noces d’Or”, “Noces de Diamant” is an exceptionnaly old cognac coming only from the best area of the cognac district: The Grand Champagne. Each individual lot is stricly numbered and housed in a crystal decanter exculsively designed by a French Crystal artist for this unique edition. Our “Diamond”, which I proudly release for the connaisseurs, is a sophisticated combination of genuine work of art with longstanding tradition for outstanding celebrations. As ever, Jacques Hardy.
-The number reads “4000”; however, there appears to be some ink before the number which indicated that there may have been a number printer before the “4000” that has possibly rubbed off. I can send a close-up photo of the number printed on the tag.
The bottle was purchased by my friend’s father a while back. Since then, his mother has passed away, and his father no longer drinks. He has asked me if I could sell the item for him.
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