Rémy Martin Louis XIII in green velvet box Cognac
A Rémy Martin Louis XIII bottled in the 1930's (presumed). The bottle is still sealed and the level is good. The labels are a slightly damaged but not bad
Bottom is signed with: 'Remy Martin & Cie - Cognac France'
"Paul-Emile Remy Martin, who created this Cognac first in 1874, was also responsible for the remarkable and distinctive bottle, emblazoned with a fleur de
The importer Joseph H.Reinfeld received a US Liquor Importers License in 1933. He was one of the largest bootleggers during prohibition. The company was rolled into Browne Vintners in the late 1930s and disappeared when Browne Vintners was sold to Seagrams in 1940.
The seller inherited this bottle from
Condition: Everythings seems fine. New and unopened
SOLD for $3600
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Max von Olfers
Max von Olfers is the founder of cabinet7, and has 10 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Max has consumed is from 1855.
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