Glenfiddich 1964 48 Year Old Dynasty Decanter Hart Brothers

Glenfiddich 1964 48 Year Old Dynasty Decanter Hart Brothers
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Lot number: 073-5426

Glenfiddich was founded by William Grant, who had learned his craft at Mortlach, and the first spirit ran from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. They are also credited with creating the world's interest in single malt whisky with the launch of the Straight Malt in 1963. Still family owned, it was the first single malt brand to sell 1 million cases in a year.

This crystal decanter is designed and manufactured by Atlantis, one of the world's leading manufacturers of crystal. The decanter sits in a Hexagon basket of solid sterling silver. The faces are decorated with gilded silver medallions. It includes a silver decanter stopper in the shape of a crown, the centre of which - gold circle with the image of the King of Scotland, Jacob (James) VI, who became king of England, James (James) I in 1603. The total weight of the silver used is 14.5 ounces. This bottle which is one of only 300 comes with an expanded historical booklet and a signed certificate. The bottle is packaged in a shiny black lacquered box.

Distilled: 15.09.1964

Bottled: 10.10.2012

Age: 48 years old

Cask Type: 1st Fill Sherry Hogshead

Cask Number: 10796

47.5% ABV / 70cl

Bottle Number: 235 / 300

Please note minor marks on box

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Featured in: The 73rd Auction (April 28 – May 7, 2017)
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