Cognac-Expert.com Reader Sells Complete Erte Courvoisier Cognac Collection: All Eight Bottles
One of our reader has an impressive set of Courvoisier Erte Collection, all bottles from No.1 to No.8, and he’d like to sell!
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Courvoisier Le Cognac de Napoleon –Cognac Grande Champagne 750ml-40%acl/vol from bottle #8. Each one has individual Erte artwork and a number on the base. Each of the backs of the bottles has the description of the name given. For example, #8 is “inedit” and the number is “No 1373.”
This is a very special collection of all eight Erte Courvoisier Cognac Collection bottles/decanters.
Includes all boxes, 8 bottle tags, sleeves and six cards including the #3 about Erte’s passing, and a very unusual amount of documentataion and other paperwork. Full color artwork of each bottle (all eight). Paperwork from Domecq Spirits and Wine.Sample letters from the original solicitation.
(Approximately 50 pieces of additional paperwork about the Courvoisier Connoisseur Collection of which the Erte Collection was a part.
This collection was part of a great amount of beautiful items belonging to Sheldon Landwehr, the N.Y. Post food critic for most of his life. I purchased it directly from his estate.
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