REMY MARTIN, 70's FINE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC

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REMY MARTIN, 70's FINE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC

Postby lobanov » Thu Dec 18, 2014 3:35 am

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Hi,

Few months ago I took a job to fit a new kitchen. But before fitting new I had to take out old.
While'st taking old kitchen out, I found under fridge unit one bottle.
Remy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac V.S.O.P 94,6 cl or 1U.S QUART I did quick google search and by the pictures it look's bottle from 70's. and bit rare. More interesting is the fact that I managed to find only one similar battered bottle that looked the same only difference was bottle size 68cl but the one I have is 94,6 cl. (almost 1 liter)
I will add some pictures and please let everybody who have realistic opinion enlighten me.
If you have any interest then write at (aleksei.lobanov1@gmail.com)
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Thank you to everybody who bothers to answer
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Re: REMY MARTIN, 70's FINE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC

Postby Mikethevike » Wed Dec 24, 2014 4:47 am

Unfortunately not a highly valuable bottle. It is too new to be collectible.
The Remy Martin VSOP pre-1963 (Centaure Lance down) = $175-$200 for 4/5 Qt
The Remy Martin VSOP post-1963 (Centaure Lance up) white label = $100-$125 for 4/5 Qt
The Remy Martin VSOP post-1980 (Centaure Lance up) gold label = $70 for 75 cl - Maybe $100 for 1 Qt bottle like yours...


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