A reader has a cognac bottle of Napoleon 1811 Grande Reserve at home.
The bottle is located in Prescott, AZ, USA. The reader writes “My husband mowed the lawn of an elderly neighbor lady when he was a child. When they were both older, she gave it to my husband. This occurred about 25 or more years ago. We have had the bottle since then.”
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The label reads: Back label: Product of France. Contains about three quarters of a quart. Champagne. Distilled in 1811. Preserved in —–wood since its origine. Put into bottles in 1903 at Cognac. Eighty American Proof. The front label: Cognac Napoleon 1811 Grande Reserve. There is a picture of a man in uniform. There is a letter \\\”N\\\” with a design embedded in the bottle.
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: Top label over the cork: US internal revenue. 36-0066245 1811 cognac brandy Hearn Dep– Stores, Inc. New York, NY
Tax paid Distilled spirits 3/4 quart.
Side label: State of Illinois Series DG\\\’34 Alcoholic Liquor Tax paid the rate of 50 Cents per gal.
How has the bottle been stored:
- At room temperature
Some more information about the bottle:
- Cork seems to be dry
The level of the cognac: Low shoulder: the cognac has reached the lower end of the shoulder.
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Cognac Napoleon 1811 Grande Reserve.
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