This Cognac bottle is full and closed. On the top there´s a stamp: a coat of arms in the center and Courvoisier Cognac written around. In the neck there is a label: Grande Fine Champagne (end missing a bit) Napoléon and then, 1841 but, hand written.
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Then there is in the glass a “N” with a crown on top, inside a circle. Then there is a label: By Appointment to the, a coat of arms, Late King George V.
In the big label: another coat of arms, Courvoisier, Fournisseur breveté de S. M. l’Empereur, The Brandy of Napoleon, Cognac, Grande Fine Champagne Napoléon, Appellation Controlée. And again 1841 written by hand. There is no back label.
Doesn’t say how many ml, i think it’s 500ml. The bottom is turned to inside. I found the bottle clearing out an old house in the Black Forest in Germany, i don’t know if the date is true or if the bottle is a original vintage.
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