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Lot 97427

Loch Katrine Adelphi Distillery Receipts & Correspondence, Dated 1872 & 1899 William Pulling & Co.

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This lot contains three documents from Loch Katrine Adelphi Distillery to its client William Pulling & Co. The Loch Katrine Adelphi Distillery was founded in 1826 by Charles and David Gray and in 1880 came under the ownership of Archibald Walker & Co., who also owned distilleries in Liverpool and Limerick.

Two documents acknowledging receipt of payment, dated 14 January 1899 and 23 November 1899.

One document dated June 1872 which bears a courtesy note sent to William Pulling & Co. following samples being sent by the distillers. The full text reads:

Dear Sirs, We beg to mention having taken leave to send you (carriage paid) samples of our own fine 'Pot' or Old Still Whisky, and 'Famous Limerick Whisky' to which we ask your obliging notice. Mr James S Langwill from the distillery will have pleasure to call at your office in a few days, when we shall be glad to learn that you then instruct to forward sample lot of either or both the above prime makes. Faithfully yours, per Charles & David Gray, Glasgow, and A Walker, Limerick.

This Loch Katrine Adelphi Distillery Receipts & Correspondence, Dated 1872 & 1899 sold at our online auction for £170


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