Dating miniature liquor bottles

Kind of like playing a game of Clue, except with booze.

Most of that info can be looked up online so you can narrow your date range by looking up who was in charge when the tax stamp was used. Strips like this were added by many manufacturers in the mid 80’s after the tax strip requirement was lifted.Most strips of this type were only produced for a few years at best, as manufacturers soon realized that most of their consumers had never dealt with any “refilled” bottles, as was so common to find prior to the 1940’s.I don't have a liquor license so where can I sell them ?Whether you’re trying to date a bottle of bourbon or determine the relative age of a dusty bottle of Scotch the process for US bottles is pretty much the same; it’s a matter of looking at clues and narrowing down possibilities.The Whisky Exchange is the largest dealer of old and rare whisky in the world.

We pay market prices, and in some cases higher, to satisfy the demand of our international database of private clients.Hi all, I'm trying to figure out where I can sell all these mini bottles of liquor, 97% of them are still full and sealed.Some of them I cannot find online, some empty bottles go for each and mine are full, some have the cork tops, some I believe date to the 40's.The fill level and the condition of the label should all be clearly visible.Let us know if your bottle has a gift box included, and please show the bottle and box in separate images.Chart 1 The Basics of Dating Bottles Readers first need to develop the vocabulary necessary to distinguish early and late forms of bottles.