Vintage Bottle '50s WESTON GRAND RESERVE SCOTCH 4/5Q #2

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 16, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House

Fabulous old Scotch Whisky : 1 bottle of Weston's Grand Reserve Scotch Whisky 4/5Q / 4/5 Quart looks like from the 1950s or older... lots of closeups so please bid on what you see! Enjoy, and please bid responsibly!! I Will Card you, so don't act surprised when I ask for ID. Thank you! You are bidding on a vintage bottle of WESTON'S GRAND RESERVE 8 YO Duncan Weston & Co Glasgow Scotland SEALED + FULL!! 4/5 quart / 4/5Q, 86.8 Proof FULL + SEALED!! (yup, just sold the other bottle for $125 so the 2nd bottle is for sale!! Enjoy) These bottles in this collection are OLD ! All from the same estate, so have fun and bid responsibly! Great chance to save money AND get some rare goodies in the process, so please watch my auctions and bid well. I'll be glad to combine similar items for savings on shipping, so contact me if you have any questions. Also going up, an amazing, DUSTY forgotten collection of very old Alchohol Booze Liquer bottles hidden in a basement of a retired Real Estate guru who acquired these when he sold a local Booze shop many years ago. Going up in individual lots, including Whisky Cognac Brandy and other Liquors, all FULL + SEALED, all Big bottles, no miniatures or minis, mostly 4/5 quarts. Please check out my other auctions... I've got other more affordable bottles up too, so have fun and bid well. I DO REQUIRE ID identification so don't be surprised when I ask for verification of AGE. Remember, folks, I am not in charge of shipping, the US Government is, and they can get pretty cranky about this type of 'collectable'. Had to cancel on a bottle recently because I couldn't ship outside the US of A, so please do not bid if your address is outside the United States. My shipping costs on these little beauties are a bid higher that average since I box and double box and wrap them within an inch of their life... one of my repeat customers said that my items are wrapped better than the Egyptian mummies!!! Please read the auction rules in this description, and if you don't like 'em, don't bid! Check out my 100% happy feedback and bid with confidence. It doesn't get better than this folks.. no reserve, low BIN. Excellent condition, reasonable ullage (see picture), clear and gorgeous, some wear on tax lables. Check out my 100% Happy feedback and bid with gusto! YES I WILL COMBINE BOTTLES FOR SHIPPING!! The shipping calculator is usually on the high side, so if actual shipping is cheaper by more than $5 I Will Refund the Difference, no problem. HUGE SAVINGS especially if you combine, so bid well! Great gift for the person that has everything... ''The great thing about making Cognac,'' Monnet said late in a long life, ''is that it teaches you above everything else to wait.'' , but DON'T wait on the other bidders, since everybody bids at the last few seconds of the auction... ya snooze, ya lose!! Ohkeedokee... 's the boring but necessary stuff.. as per eBay I have to tell you this: · The value of the auctioned item is in the collectible container, not its contents. · The container has not been opened, but any incidental contents are not intended for consumption. · This item is not available at any retail outlet, and the container has a value that exceeds the current retail price of the alcohol in the container. · As the seller, I will take steps to ensure that the buyer of this collectible container is of lawful age. · Buyers and sellers both ensure that the sale complies with all applicable laws and shipping regulations. WINNING BIDDER MUST PROVIDE PROOF!

Plz see auction for details ; If my shipping guesstimate is higher than actual cost by more than $5, I will gladly refund the difference, just email me. All of my bottles are insured for $100 at no extra charge, but if you want more insurance, you have to pay the cost of insurance.

Murphy's law states that if you don't insure it, it will break!

VP's rule of thumb is if you pay good money for an item, why not pay a few more bucks to CYA ... this way, if it breaks, no problem! If you choose not to ...