And another king’s favorite! One of our readers has this Cognac bottle in the United States: Rémy Martin Grande Champagne Tres Vieille Age Inconnu.
“My step-fathers dad passed away about 10 years ago and this has been in my possession since then. My Step-Dad gave it to me since i collect other vintage items. He said that his father has had it for a long time, but not sure how long it has been. My step-father is over 60 so his dad could have had it in his possession as early as 1930. “
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The label reads: Rémy Martin & Co. Cognac Grande Champagne Tres Vieille Age Inconnu”Ce Cognac Grande Champagne a ete servi au banquet Royal offert a Leurs Majestes Britanniques Le Roi George VI et la Reine Elisabeth au Chateau de Versailles te 21 Juillet 1938 “E. RÉMY MARTIN & CoTop of Bottle says E. RÉMY MARTIN & Co Cognac with a picture of a man/horseBottom of Bottle: E. Rémy Martin & Co Cognac France. Made in France by BaccaratTax labels, revenue, signs or similar: No.
The level of the cognac: High shoulder or top shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the upper curve of the shoulder
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