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Lot 1 John Jameson & Son's Pure Irish Whiskey, 9 years in wood, bottled at Dublin Port & Docks Board Warehouses for M. Brannan & Sons Wine Merchants, Dublin
Result: Reserve not met
Highest Bid: €4,800
Bid History: 8 Bids
Distillery: Jameson
Country: Ireland
Age: 9 years
Condition: Lot condition is very good given the age of this bottle, as per the photographs.
Estimate: €6,000 - €8,000
Description: This super rare and unusual early 20th century Jameson bottling dates from around 1901-1902 when the company was first incorporated as John Jameson & Son Ltd (as stated on the capsule). The whiskey itself has been aged for 9 years and features a driven-cork and a Betts & Co of London capsule. This will feature in our September auction which starts on Friday. There is sure to be great interest in this lot, and not just from Jameson collectors as this is a piece of Irish distilling history, and could perhaps be described as a 'Unicorn' bottle. At around 120 years old it is in very good condition!
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