Early Rémy Martin Cognac Bottle
Here comes an early Rémy Martin Cognac Bottle that a reader from Delaware, USA sent us. According to him it’s a handblown decanter that has been crafted before 1874, meaning a bottle of the Pre-Phylloxera era that started one year later in 1875. According to a comment a thoughtful reader made, we can’t be sure of the exact age.
The submitter writes “Found on a random table in resale shop amid unrelated items. My first thoughts were it was a fake or replica due to it’s irregularity. I now know it to be a pre 1874 hand blown, hand crafted, original.”
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Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: No. BLEMIS: one, lowest fin neatly broken off one side only.
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a dry place
- At room temperature
- Up-right standing
Some more information about the bottle:
- There are some sediments and crusting
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