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    Posted 14 years ago

    lilac1011
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    I can't seem to find any info on these bottles. All three are sealed with liquor inside. What I do know is one is 1969 Chatreuse, one is 1967 B and B the other is a 1947 Grand Mariner with a bent neck. Any help would be gratly appreciated.

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    Comments

    1. cleaningoutthegarage, 14 years ago
      Chartreuse and B & B are still for sale and in the same bottles. Grand Marnier no comes in a different bottle. I say open and drink them.
    2. lilac1011, 14 years ago
      I recently found out the bottle with a bend neck is a 1937 Saint Vivanti Wine. Still lokking for it's worth, if any one know's?
    3. aphonik aphonik, 9 years ago
      The Saint-Vivant bottle is actually an armagnac, a type of brandy, not a wine. The Chartreuse bottle dates to the 1970s. (The 69 on the label is a reference to 1869, when that label design was first used.) The B&B appears to be 1970s as well. These are collectible and have value beyond a current bottle would be sold for today. The Chartreuse especially. Cheers!

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