April 2019 Miniature Auction Results

Highlights from our April 2019 Miniatures & Memorabilia Auction.

April 2019 Miniature Auction Results

Macallan 1955 Fine & Rare, 46 Year Old – Cask No.1851

A bottle of The Macallan 1955 from the Fine & Rare collection. This was matured in sherry cask number 1851 for 46 years, and bottled in 2002.

This bottle has unique reference number 5LLQ518, it was registered with the distillery on 1 November 2002.

The Macallan Fine & Rare Collection represents the very best of The Macallan’s oldest maturing stock. Every year the range is augmented by the introduction of the new vintage release.

Winning bid £2,800


Yamazaki 18 Year Old

A miniature of The Yamazaki 18 Year Old single malt whisky from Japan. This was distributed as a sample.

Winning bid £2,600


Hibiki 21 Year Old

A bottle of Hibiki 21 Year Old Japanese blended whisky.

Winning bid £2,100


Super Nikka Whisky Sendai Distillery label

A bottle of Super Nikka whisky. The label shows the distillery at Sendai.

Winning bid £1,900


Suntory Hibiki KOBE 1979 Kobe Miniature Bottle Club

A bottle of Suntory Hibiki Whisky. This miniature was released for the Kobe Miniature Bottle Club to celebrate its anniversary in 1979.

Winning bid £1,650


Glenfiddich 18 Year Old Ancient Reserve Green Spode Decanter

A bottle of Glenfiddich 18 Year Old Ancient Reserve, presented in a green Spode ceramic decanter.

Winning bid £1,500


Macallan Golden Jubilee – Bottle Number 5 Crystal Decanter – The Whisky Exchange

A miniature crystal decanter of The Macallan, commissioned by The Whisky Exchange to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee. This is a marriage of 50 vintage single malts, including the rare 1937, 1939, 1942 and 1950 vintages. This comes with a presentation box, certificate, and stopper.

This is bottle number 5 of 50.

Winning bid £1,250


Dalmore 1988, 18 Year Old

A miniature decanter of The Dalmore 18 Year Old, distilled in 1988.

There is no size or ABV stated, but this appears to be approximately 5cl.

Dalmore distillery was founded in 1839 by Alexander Matheson, and was taken over by the Mackenzie family in 1878. The distillery remained family-owned until 1960, when one of Dalmore’s biggest customers, Whyte & Mackay, took control of the distillery. Always a significant contributor to blends, the 12 year old expression was one of the few single malt bottlings from Dalmore. In recent times, the core range has expanded and luxury expressions such as the Constellation collection (21 vintage malts from 1964 to 1992) were released.

Winning bid £650


April 2019 Miniature Auction Results