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I have a Hennessy VSOP Reserve cognac established in 1975 never open bottle believed to be antique like to know it's worth

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    Posted 8 years ago

    Albe041
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    I believe to have an antique Hennessy bottle they're open VSOP Reserve established 1765 public and bottle in France by J KS Hennessy and Co 4.5 quart cognac 80 proof imported since 1794 and original box I would like to know it is worth anything

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    1. Gillian, 8 years ago
      CW does not offer appraisals.

      Your bottle doesn't appear to be 100 years old (the definition of an "antique".) If you are referring to the box on the left in the first photo, it looks to be quite new.
    2. Albe041, 8 years ago
      Yes I know it's not 100 years old but it was bought in 1983 and I believe it's a collectible never open bottle of Hennessy VSOP Reserve and the Box on the left where the bottle was kept and saved all these years what I'm asking is does it have any value in today's market and how much
    3. aphonik aphonik, 7 years ago
      Hello,

      This bottle dates to the 1970s I believe. If you look at the narrow Pennsylvania state liquor tax sticker you will see the year that the bottle was first offered for sale (there will be a two year range listed on the stamp). These bottles aren't worth a fortune but they are collectible. I would say $75-100 to the right collector.

      Cheers,
      Eric
      ewitz@comcast.net

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