1938 remy martin louis xiii
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jim barbito

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#1 Jun 10, 2007
i have a bottle of remy martin, grande fine champagne,louis xiii, 1938
what is the value on this cognac???
thankyou
jim
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Ed Sudnick

AOL

#2 Jul 31, 2007
I have a bottle of Remy Martin
Louis XIV
what is the value of this cognac
Barry Whit e

Lindley, UK

#3 Sep 1, 2007
4 million zillion pounds!
Congratulations!
lee

Winchester, KY

#4 Sep 10, 2007
the value is 1500.00 dollars
diggle nz

New Zealand

#5 Oct 30, 2007
I have a gift box( shaped like a big book) 2 bottles and 4 glasses
1st bottle has VSOP Remy Martin Cognac 350ml
Silver Label Maison Fondie EN 1724
Du 13 Janvier 1938 (part 1)
2nd Bottle Centaure Napoleon Remi martin 350Ml
Fine Champagne Cognac silver label .
any idea of value, do I drink it or give it to the furture grand children?
james

Tescott, KS

#6 Nov 15, 2007
drink and enjoy it is reaching it's prime and in the current storage it will not increase much in value
NIKKIALI

Kokomo, IN

#7 Feb 20, 2008
i have a bottle of Remy Martin Cognac Napoleon grende fine champagne. I purchaced it in a liquor store in the 70's. The bottle is in french but it says Juin 1731. i dont know if this is the year, but could you please tell me what it might be worth if anything. Thank you
Mary Ann

AOL

#8 Mar 4, 2008
I have an empty bottle of Louis XIII along with it's red lined box. All in great condtion. My Dad gave it to me. Does it have any value? Mary Ann
Cindy

Ocala, FL

#9 Mar 6, 2008
I have an unopened bottle of E. Remy Martin & Co. cognac (France) with a specific # etched on bottle (made in France by Baccarat)- Grande Champagne, very old, age unknown. It has a red, white and blue "necklace". I would like to know the value of this item. Thank you.
tim

Winter Haven, FL

#10 Mar 11, 2008
I HAVE A BOTTLE OF E. REMY MARTIN & CO. FINE CHAMPAGNE V.S.O.P. THERE IS NO SIZE OR YEAR OF THE BOTTLE HOW DO YOU TELL WHAT YEAR IT IS AND HOW OLD IT IS?
RON

Springfield, MO

#11 Mar 21, 2008
I have a Remy Martin vsop It has State of Illinois series N tax stamp. It says tax paid at the rate of 50 cents per gallon.Tax seal and stamp are intact. can you tell me how old it may be and how much it is worth?
chip

Springfield, MO

#12 Mar 21, 2008
I have a bottle of Liquor I have no idea about it can someone help out. It says
LIQUEUR
LABB'E FRANCOIS
FABRIQUEE
VOIRON ( FRANCE)

ST. LOUIS GRAND PRIX 1904
Remy Martin Cognac

New York, NY

#13 Apr 19, 2008
Hi,
I have a bottle of Louis XIII Fine Champagne (Remy Martin Cognac). It's 4/5 quart 80 proof, it's established in 1724, Printed in France, and comes in a green velvet case. Does anyone know how much it's worth? Thanks!
Jim

Trenton, MI

#14 Apr 21, 2008
I have a 4/5 pint of E. Remy Martin Cognac 80 proof fine champagne cognac, it has a U.S. Internal Revnue Sticker going across the top of the bottle,(it is unopened)on the sticker it has tax paid and the #410537980, can you tell me how old it is and what it is worth.

Jim
John

United States

#16 Aug 5, 2008
I have a 4/5 pint bottle of Reserve Louis Philippe, Grande Champagne, 80 proof, Cask #27, Bottle stamped 2-8-49. any Idea of the value?
Martin UK

Albania

#17 Aug 9, 2008
I have just seen a bottle of this Remy Martin Napolean Brandy where I work and it was priced at 3750 euro's, This is cheaper generally by 30% as it was in a military duty free shop. 1731 is the year it was produced as it is named Napolean as it comes from the same Barrel that napolean sourced his. There bottle here has in it's book "drops Napolean managed to miss". So I'd say either open and enjoy or sell sell sell!!!!
Michael

Dallas, TX

#18 Aug 13, 2008
Twenty years ago, a friend gave me a bottle of Roland Bru Napoleon Cognac imported by Century Cellars of Miami, Florida. The occasion was my 40th birthday. While I would not expect much value, I was curious what this unopened bottle might cost today, and does it appreciably improve with the years? Just thought that I might soon crack it open with a new girlfriend.
Not being any degree of hard liquor aficionado (I'm a beer drinker), I would appreciate any advice on how to enjoy the drink. And once opened, how long will the cognac be good to consume?
dominick

AOL

#19 Sep 6, 2008
Remy Martin Cognac wrote:
Hi,
I have a bottle of Louis XIII Fine Champagne (Remy Martin Cognac). It's 4/5 quart 80 proof, it's established in 1724, Printed in France, and comes in a green velvet case. Does anyone know how much it's worth? Thanks!
i'd give you $500 sight unseen
dominick

AOL

#20 Sep 6, 2008
anything pre-wwii is hand engraved and rare --most production was stopped during the war and inventory hidden---green boxes stopped around that time
Vero

Miami, FL

#21 Sep 29, 2008
I have a Louis Xlll bottle that my grandfather was given in Venezuela by a diplomat over fifty years ago. The seal has never been cracked and there is a crystal stopper secured to the wrapping on the top of the bottle. What is this worth if anyone can tell me I would appreciate it!? My mom and I may be interested in selling this particular bottle of Louis Xlll. If anyone can tell me how to go about finding the right place to do so I would appreciate any help that you may be thank you.

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