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This cognac was served as part of a royal banquet in 1938 at the Chateau de Versailles in the presence of His Majesty King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Contains eaux-de-vie (i.e., colorless fruit brandy) dating back to the mid-19th Century. More than 1,200 brandies were blended to form this cognac. The hand blown crystal carafe is presented in a rare box set with card of authenticity.
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NV, Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac, 40%, early 1950s packaging, in original sealed condition with crystal decanter, includes crystal stopper, #63 etched on both bottom of stopper & decanter, in worn green velvet gift box (1 4/5 Quart)