Here comes another royal Grande Champagne Cognac, a Rémy Martin Très Vieille, Age Inconnu Cognac, also known as Louis XIII. It comes with a rattan basket and is probably from the late 1940s. Decanter and basket are located in New York, USA.
The Reader tells us that “This bottle was a gift from a former colleague following a long and grueling project. It was presented in 1985. It has remained in a dark/cool cellar ever since.”
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The label reads: label tied with red/white/blue ribbon to bottle neck: “Ce Cognac Grande Champagne a ete servi au banquet Royal offers a Leurs Majestes Britanniques Le Roi George VI et la Reine Elisabeth au Chateau de Versailles le 21 Juillet 1938″ E. Remy Martin & Co
label on bottle:
Remy Martin Grande Champagne
there are words etched into the bottom of the bottle:
E. Remy Martin & Co Made in France by Baccarat – and the number is etched in as well, which is in the low 100’s
Please pardon any typos – auto correct on my computer keeps changing the spelling on certain words. Also, as you will see on the photo, on the hang tag label, all capital letters are noted in Red, while the body of text is in Black.
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar:
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a humid place
- In a cellar
- 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 Rémy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac, Très Vieille, Age Inconnu.
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