One of our readers in Australia has a Bisquit Dubouché Grande Fine Champagne Cognac to offer.

My cousin worked in the Australian Navy and brought 3 bottles back to Australia after one of his trips as gifts to myself, my brother and my parents, my brother & parents drank their bottle and I kept mine. It is now 63 years old.”

(If you also have a Cognac bottle you would like to sell, or you need information about age or value – send us photos and information, just submit: Use this form – but please be aware: if you don’t follow the steps precisely, we will not publish your bottle.)

Bisquit Grande Fine Champagne Cognac Extra VieilleBottle and identification card

The label reads: Grande Fine Champagne Bisquit Dubouche Cognac Grande Fine Champagne Extra Vieille
Bisquit Dubouche – Jarnac – France
Product of France – Produce of France
1950 No 3293

Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: I have an identification card that goes with the bottle with the above information written upon it. The bottle has an unopened wax seal on the top. Part of the wax seal has come away on top of the bottle but the bottle is fully sealed still with most of the wax intact.

Bisquit Grande Fine Champagne Cognac Extra VieilleFront label

Crest

How has the bottle been stored:

  • In a dry place

Some more information about the bottle:

  • Everythings seems fine
  • Cork is protected by a wax seal

Bisquit Grande Fine Champagne Cognac Extra VieilleTop of the bottle, wax.

The level of the cognac: Into neck: this means the level of cognac is still in the upper bottle neck, normal

Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Bisquit Dubouché Grande Fine Champagne Cognac.

Please make your offers, ask questions or inform us about this bottle – give your opinion. Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting your email address into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.

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.

For both bottle owners and potential buyers: If you want to get in touch with respective owners or buyers please send a mail [email protected] expressing this wish.


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21 Comments

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    this bottle is from the 1980s and can not be that old

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    Sorry but I was given the card to go with it which had the date 1950 printed on it, I assumed that the bottle was from 1950?

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    not sure what card it is but if you can add some pictures of the bottle from the back it should have a crest in the glass and that will narrow it down

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    is the number on this card same as the one on the bottle?

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    I have a photo of the crest on the back of the bottle, how am I able to upload another photo to this page?

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    The information on the card matches the information on the bottle but no
    I cannot find a number on the bottle.

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    this type of card is put in the box with a crystal decanter and the number on it should match the number on the decanter that is the point of the card. to certify the decanter # 3293 and it did not come with this bottle. your bottle is from the 80s but is still a good bottle to drink or sell just not as old as 1950s bottle and in the 50s the label and the bottle would be different then this one. this type of bottle came about late 80s till 90s newer once will not have the crest in the glass on the back they only did it in the 80s

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    Thank you for clearing that up for me. I assumed it went with the bottle as it describes the cognac and has the same wording on the card as on the bottle. I’m curious as to how much this bottle is worth. It does have the crest on the back. I’d like to add another photo to this page but not sure if I can now that the page has been done.

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    Send the extra photo to Sebastian and he will add it to your original post.

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    bonjour je posede la meme bouteille que vous mais en magnum pourriez vous me dire combien coute la bouteille

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    (Cognac-Expert.com)

    Dear Helen, as already proposed by Michael you can send additional photos to [email protected] and I will update the post quickest possible.

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    The bottle would be worth about US$200, a little less due to damaged wax seal.

    Riffaut: La version magnum de cette bouteille (en bon etat) vaut environ $400 (300 Euro)

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    I have submitted the picture of the crest, hopefully it appears soon.

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    (Cognac-Expert.com)

    Dear all, I just updated the post. Thanks

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    Hi Mike, no sorry I was hoping it would be worth more and will hold on to it at this stage. Thankyou for your offer.

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    Hi Helen, I also have a bottle of this cognac, which I purchased duty free when I was in the Navy. I purchased my bottle in 1981. My registered number is 09857, and while not wanting to sell I would be very interested in the real value of the cognac if you find one.

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    Ho una bottiglia pressoché uguale acquistata nei primi anni ’60 in perfetto stato di conservazione.
    Vorrei sapere quanto vale.
    Grazie.
    Marco

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