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14 May 2019

Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl / 50%
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Lot 57337

Broad Ripple 1917 Special Reserve Bottled 1928 - George T Stagg 47.3cl

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Lot Information

Kentucky Whiskey

United States

1920s and earlier

50%

Description

A 47.3cl bottle of Broad Ripple Special Reserve, produced in Fall 1917 by George T Stagg Company Inc. at distillery number 113 (Buffalo Trace). This was bottled in bond under government supervision at The Frankfort Distillery. The ABV is 50%.

The prevent reuse of this bottle, it was originally sold sealed in a cardboard container with a metal top and bottom, embossed with the following:

Sealed container for whiskey
Patent number 306710
September 18, 1928
The Frankfort Distillery Incorporated
Louisville, Kentucky

Condition

Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note wear to the box. The fill level is to the bottom of the tax strip.

Note the absence of a condition statement does not imply that this lot is in perfect condition or free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of ageing.
This bottle does not appear to be leaking. While we take every care to pack bottles securely we cannot guarantee that old corks and closures will not leak in transit.

Fill Level

Base of shoulder

Approx. shipping weight

1.50kg
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