Unfortunately it was a little bit quiet in our marketplace section for some time. Be it as it may, this is a good reason to take up the thread.
Here comes a set of 12 miniature bottles of Cognac Hennessy, located in North Carolina, USA.
The Reader writes “I was cleaning out my father’s bar and stumbled upon this set. He never drank cognac, so this set was never used. One bottle appears to have been opened, but all others are sealed and unopened. It”s not dated, but it appears to have been there for at least 30 years and I would guess its from the 60’s or earlier. “
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The label reads: JAS. Hennessy & Co. Cognac. Produce of France. Schieffelin & Co. New York, Importers since 1794. Registered at 304 Stationers Hall. Box Contains 12 miniatures, 1/16 pint each. Bras Arme. 80 Proof.
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: None that I know of.
How has the bottle been stored:
- At room temperature
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everythings seems fine
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 Hennessy Cognac Miniatures Set.
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