Whisky Exchange Co-Founder Auctioning Part of Miniatures Collection
Sukhinder Singh, co-founder of The Whisky Exchange, is putting part of his miniatures collection up for auction at Whisky.Auction, including some very rare examples of early bottlings.
The 400-item auction includes many rare items, including:
An extremely rare 1940s Glenfiddich Special with box
-The only known example of a miniature bottled by Gordon & Macphail – a 1930s Glen Grant – believed to be the first miniature they ever bottled.
-A pair of very old Cardhu sales samples, believed to be the only known examples with a UK label.
-Close to 100 beautiful old blended scotch whiskies, mostly bottled in the 1930s & 1940s originally purchased from David Maund, chairman of the UK miniature bottle club for nearly two decades.
-A selection of old and rare Johnnie Walker POS and memorabilia dating back as far as 1905.
The auction ends Aug. 24 at 7:30 p.m.