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Old Bottle of Seagram's VO

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Topic: Old Bottle of Seagram's VO
Posted By: 1911 Guy
Subject: Old Bottle of Seagram's VO
Date Posted: 09.07.2007 at 21:26
I have an old, unopened bottle fo Seagram's VO. The tax stamps on the cap are unbroken and it also has a Pennsylvania stamp on it as well. The Canadian excise stamp is dated 1964.

Is this something for a collector or should I just drink it and enjoy it?

Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 10.07.2007 at 09:53
It`s totally up to you,if you like whisky open it if you don`t put it into auction.If there is anybody interested you get a fair price for it but it is not such a searched whisky.Succes.Eric.

Posted By: 1911 Guy
Date Posted: 11.07.2007 at 05:09
I think that my original question is yet unanswered. I'd hate to swill it an then find out that some collector really wanted it to complete a collection. The heck with the auction price.

Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 11.07.2007 at 12:04
I would drink it and don`t care for a collector.Enjoy it yourself.After all it is a sin have a bottle and never ever taste the stuff inside.SLAINTHE.

Posted By: TNbourbon
Date Posted: 13.07.2007 at 01:41
It is worth, as a collectible, less than $100 -- probably FAR less. This is a whisky produced in industrial numbers. It is NOT rare.
If you're a whisky fan, go ahead and drink it, perhaps alongside a current Seagram's VO to note the progressive differences over time.
If you do look to sell it, eBay is just about your only option to reach a large audience. The whisky-collecting community is relatively small and diffuse.


Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 18.07.2007 at 15:25
If you don`t mind Tim, i`d prefer the whiskyauction of Kruger.But drinking it is more my thing.

Posted By: 1911 Guy
Date Posted: 18.07.2007 at 16:52
Thanks for the opinions. Where is this Kruger's auction? On the web?

Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 18.07.2007 at 17:01

Posted By: 1911 Guy
Date Posted: 18.07.2007 at 18:03
Thanks for all of the info. This is getting complicated.
I think that I'll take your original piece of advice and drink it.

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