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August 2017 Auction Results

An interesting set of lessons, trends and results from last night’s impressive auction. It’s been a while since a Cadenhead Dumpy topped the auction but it’s unsurprising in this case as that bottle was the extremely rare Laphroaig 1967 15-year-old sherry cask. From sibling stock to the fabled Samaroli 1967 the hammer finally fell at…

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August Whisky Auction Highlights

August Auction Highlights 2017

Wayne & Harrison have been travelling the length and breadth of the UK again and have picked up another unique variety of whiskies for our August auction. One we’re particularly excited about is a 1967 Laphroaig from Cadenhead’s increasingly sought after ‘dumpy’ series from the 1980s. When peat meets Sherry you know you’re in for…

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July 2017 Auction Results

There are two very interesting results at the top end of this month’s auction. Firstly we learn that the market value for that Ardbeg 1974 is £15,100. This bottling has changed hands privately a few times but this was the first time in a long while that it had been seen at auction. Understandably, given that there…

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Auction Port Charlotte-Cask

Port Charlotte 2004. Bourbon Cask Up For Auction

After last month’s rather staggering success of the two 1993 Macallan casks, we’re delighted to have another very interesting and desirable bonded cask of whisky up for auction. This time it’s a 2004 Port Charlotte. These Port Charlottes were sold back in 2001 – 2005 for what now looks like bargain basement prices. Very few…

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Whisky Auction Bottle Highlights

July Auction Highlights

Topping the bill in this months auction and featuring for the first time in a UK whisky auction is undoubtedly the rarest single cask Ardbeg ever released. Cask number 2742 is a 31-year-old Islay single malt distilled in what some describe as the epic year of 1974. A mere 36 bottles of this exquisite malt…

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June 2017 - Auction Results

June 2017 Auction Results

Looking over the impressive results from our latest auction it is tempting to jump upon the prices paid for the two casks of Macallan and gawp at their respective £55,900 and £52,600 hammer prices. However, while undoubtedly impressive this is pretty much bang on market value for casks of Macallan these days. It says a…

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Two 1993 Macallan Hogsheads Casks - under the hammer

1993 Macallan Hogsheads Casks – UNDER THE HAMMER

With the seemingly insatiable appetite for aged stock of single malt these days, prices of mature bonded stock have risen considerably – especially for those blue chip distilleries and names everyone wants. Those lucky or smart enough to buy some casks in the 1990s or earlier when they were – by today’s standards – astonishingly…

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June Auction Highlights

June Auction Highlights

So we’re halfway through the year and we’ve got another consistent and refreshing auction lined up. Diving straight in we’ve got two full casks of 1993 Macallan that are currently held in bond. With Macallan continuing to grow at a rapid pace and the fact their coming to the end of building a new distillery…

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May 2017 – Auction Results

Our latest auction saw a whole raft of impressive prices across the upper end of the sale. The Macallan 55 Year Old Lalique 2nd edition topped things off at an impressive £33,000. Not quite the first edition for £65,210 from a couple of months ago but still a hefty result. These five figure results are…

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May Auction Highlights

Our May Whisky Auction is Now Live! Wayne & Harrison sadly never made it to the Islay Festival this year but instead have been busy pounding the road uncovering whiskies from another era. You may have realised over the past couple of sales we have been auctioning a mesmerising whisky collection. Our March auction featured…

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