Here come bottle pictures from a reader. It’s a E. Remy Martin & Co Cognac, from Grande Champagne. And it’s “VERY OLD” – but the age is unknown. Of course, Produce of France. The reader’s mother obtained this bottle at the estate sale of Jack Warner’s (of Warner Brothers) mother.
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The bottle appears unopened, but it seems to have had some evaporation. Here are the facts: E. REMY MARTIN & Co COGNAC on foil cork cover. It says E Remy Martin & Co Cognac on neck label.
Tag on neck: This Cognac Grande Champagne was served at the Royal Banquet given to their majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth at the Chateau de Versailles on July 21st 1938. It is the finest Brandy procurable – E. REMY MARTIN & Co. Printed in France.
This tag is repeated in French on the other side. Label on Bottle below center medallion: E. REMY MARTIN & Co Cognac
GRANDE CHAMPAGNE, VERY OLD – Age unknown – Produce of France.
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