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Whisky Galore at Unique Auctions

By Unique Auctions  |  Posted: September 20, 2012

  • Rare & Fine Whisky Collection at Unique Auctions, Lincoln

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A large collection of rare and vintage Whisky features at this weekends Antique & Collectors sale at Unique Auctions, Whisby Road, Lincoln. The Whisky collection includes 77 bottles of Scotch Whisky, Irish Whiskey, Canadian and American Whisky. The collection was placed for sale after excellent results achieved in previous auctions of Whisky and miniatures.

The bottles include: Kings Ransom Scotch Aged 12 Years, Tamnavulin Glenlivet Single Malt 8 Years, Logans De-Luxe Scotch, Ballantines Scotch, Pipers Scotch, Crawfords Scotch, Whites & Mckays Scotch, The Glen Garioch Malt 8 Years, and Oban Malt 12 Years. For more information about the collection and the sale please visit http://www.unique-auctions.com

Antiques & Collectors Sale Sunday 23rd September
The Sunday 23rd September Antiques & Collectors Sale starts at 9am. Viewing of items starts at 10am on Friday 21st September. The sale will also be available online for bidding through the Sale Room. 
About Unique Auctions
Unique Auctions are one of Lincolnshire's leading Auction Houses offering a range of regular Antique & Collectors sales. Unique Auctions handle every aspect of probate, house, agricultural, commercial and industrial clearances.
For further information call UK +44 (0) 1522 690444 or visit http://www.unique-auctions.com

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  • Unique Auctions  |  September 23 2012, 10:00PM

    Thanks for the notes. Apologies for spelling and geographical errors.

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  • Roadscource  |  September 21 2012, 10:59AM

    Must admit couldnt be bothered to read on after the Whisby mess up.

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  • Gnome_Chomsky  |  September 20 2012, 8:45PM

    Why stop there, Roadscource? Irish Whisky? American Whisky? Referring to "Canadian and American Whisky" overlooks three key facts: 1) Canada is in America; 2) Canada spells whisky differently to the USA, where it is whiskey; and 3) Neither whisky nor whiskey requires a capital letter unless it is part of a brand name. Have you tried looking at the labels on these bottles you are hoping to sell? Perhaps if you respect the spirit, the buyers might respect you.

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  • Roadscource  |  September 20 2012, 1:02PM

    "Whisy Road, Lincoln" Where on earth is that???

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