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hemihampton

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Is yours Puce in Color? Seems Puce color will triple the price of a Bottle compared to non puce? LEON.
 

sandchip

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Sep 1, 2008
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Georgia
The HF&B is definitely the prize of the bunch, a beautiful whiskey. All I've seen are puce or claret in color and usually bring in the neighborhood of the prices being mentioned, depending of course on the condition. I don't know if I've ever seen a perfectly mint example. Yours sure looks great from a distance. I'd love to see more pictures of it. If it checks out as perfect, it might bring a premium. The other bottles are going to be of minimal value.
 

glassdigger50

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Dec 27, 2016
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I have about half of a six sided H F & B that me and my son dug. I'm proud to have that much of one. As far as the green bottle it looks English to me maybe an ale or mineral water. I can't make out the writing on it.
 

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