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Lot No: 1216/739
Country: Scotland

White Horse - 1950s

Cross Reference To Delivery Table: 2.00

1 bottle White Horse Cellar. By appointment to the late King VI. Bottled 1950s. Spring cap with branded foil seal. No box. No capacity or strength stated. Level base of neck. Wear and tear to label.

This is a beautiful and alluring example of the famous White Horse Cellar. Label states Lagavulin Distillery, Island of Islay and Glenlivet Distric. The malt content would of been very high from this era and the primary ingredient would be from the Lagavulin Distillery.

Although a condition report is normally included in the lot description, we would recommend viewing/close inspection prior to placing any bids.

If this is not an option and you have questions beyond the offered description and images, please use the link "ask a question" to make specific enquiries or to receive a more in-depth condition report. Otherwise lots will be sold as seen and described.

Please note: due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.

This auction ended on
4th of January 2017 08:00:00 PM

Winning Bid: £ 575.00

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