Dozens of Western Whiskey bottles sell in the 0-00 range and many more over 0.
Western Whiskey bottles usually fall into one of three categories, cylinders, Strap side or Coffin and finally Pumpkinseeds.
The Celtic Whiskey Shop probably has the largest selection of old and rare Irish whiskey for sale anywhere in the world.
This was required to be placed on all American Whiskey bottles after the end of prohibition.
The requirement lasted until 1964 after which whiskey bottle no longer carried the inscription.
DO YOU HAVE A BOTTLE WITH THIS OR SIMILAR EMBOSSING????
If your bottle has these words embossed it was made between 1932 - 1964 These words were required on liquor bottles after prohibition was lifted.
There you will find only "whisky" bottles, hopefully filled with a single-malt Scotch by Speyside distillers such as Macallan, Balvenie, or Glenfiddich.
For some, collecting such rare whisky bottles is its own reward; for others, the virtues of these bottles are best appreciated by savoring their contents.
There are thousands and thousands of these bottles, but as of yet few collectors.
The best examples, those with labels with attractive graphics and those with fancy embossed designs if complete with cap and label are bringing between -25.
Hundreds of Western Whiskeys, which were made from 1860-1910, are known and most coveted by collectors who connect them with the Old West and Cowboy era.
Scarcity of the early and odd colored examples has driven the price out of the range of most collectors.
In the image above we see that it’s commemorating the 200th anniversary of Evan Williams and on the bottle they say the distillery was founded in 1783. If you can’t decipher them, and can’t find anyone else online who has a clue, reach out to the maker (if possible) and see if they can steer you in the right direction.