Your Cognac: Courvoisier Napoleon from the King of Iran
We received an bottle from a reader we already reviewed before, the Courvoisier Napoleon! this time the bottle got an awesome story! The bottle was a present from the Shah of Iran (Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavī) in the early 1970’s from his private cellar. Awesome story isn’t?
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Name of bottle: Courvoisier Napoleon
Written on labels: nombre limite no. F6756, fournisseur brevette, SIER FRANCE
Story: The Courvoisier bottle the reader would like to sell, was a present from the Shah of Iran in the early 1970’s Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavī from his private cellar.
The bottle has not been opened and was kept in a box in a pantry under ideal conditions in Romania, Bucharest.
Here is some information from Courvoisier on this Napoleon bottle.
Our Napoleon quality was created in the beginning of the 1900’s and is still produced. This is a blend of matured Grande and Petite Champagne, at their peak.
Value: very difficult because of the awesome story, also never seen the stamp Exembre Limite (number 6756) on a bottle till so far… Otherwise the bottle should be worth about $80,-
The seller is open to discuss selling this Courvoisier bottle, if you are interested in buying, please give a first price offer below, also if you have some background information you would like to share, please don’t hesitate!