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Posted 2 years ago

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bratjdd
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Kentucky Straight Whiskey does anyone knows when they were distributed
there great shape i did put scotch tape around neck so i dont accidently bump them since the head comes off. Thanks for looking

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Jim-Beam-White-Tail-Deer-Whiskey-Decanter-Bottle-handcrafted-120-months-old-/190553297392
    One that just sold Hope this answers your question about your cool Jim Beam decanters :-)
    Jim Beam specialty bottles
    In 1952 Jim Beam started a Specialty Bottles line of bourbon, where the whiskey was sold in nontraditional bottles. Bottles were made in both glass and ceramic. In 1955 the Beam Company and the Regal China Company in Illinois hooked up to produce the now famous Jim Beam ceramic bottles and decanters. Demand was such as the years passed that they created bottles specifically for large companies. They also started issuing a special bottle yearly during the Christmas season. After the Regal China Company went out of business in the late 1980s, Wade Ceramics took over production of Beam's ceramic bottles.
    What kinds of bottles were produced?
    The gamut ranged from quite attractive to rather bizarre, depending on your taste. The Ram, issued in 1957, and the Donkey and Elephant ashtrays/bottles from the 1956 Political Line, look quite stylized, at least to me. The Man-in-a-Barrel, made for Harold's Club during 1957-1958, is funny, featuring a man wearing a top hat, a tie, a barrel and a confused expression. The Emmet Kelly "Native Son" and "Willie the Clown,"
  2. bratjdd bratjdd, 2 years ago
    Thank you so much for taking the time to look and helping me answer my questions.
    I totally appreciated. bratjdd
  3. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    Your welcome glad we solved it for you bratjdd !

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