A reader has a cognac bottle of Frapin Médaillon D’Or De Première Classe Segonzac at home.
The bottle is located in In St. Michel in Finland. The reader writes “I was given the bottle as my 50 year birthday present by a friend. Has saved it since as a dear remembrance of this nowadays late friend. I’ll be 70 in 2016. If I still have the bottle, I’ll have a taste then.”
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The label reads: Medailles d’Or de Premiere Classe
P. Frapin & Cie
Segonzac – Cognac
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: The bottle has been bougth with the permission of the Policedepartement of St. Michel in 1916.
The man who bougth the bottle was Lawyer Karl
Freyberg, my late friends father.
How has the bottle been stored:
- At room temperature
- Lying on its side
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everythings seems fine
- Cork is protected by a wax seal
The level of the cognac: High shoulder or top shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the upper curve of the shoulder.
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Frapin Médaillon D’Or De Première Classe Segonzac.
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