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Private Seller from Texas, USA. Stored up-right standing. All duties paid.
Condition: Everything seems fine. New and unopened.
Metal seal - in good condition
Fill level: Mid shoulder
LOT - 20217
Max von Olfers
Max von Olfers is the founder of Cognac Expert, and has 10 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Max has consumed is from 1855.
Malte Lukowski runs the operations & collector item departments at Cognac Expert, and has 4 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Malte has consumed is from 1920.
A rare bottle of Cordon Bleu that transcends time and space
Sci-Fi lovers, unite! We're particularly excited about this very special bottle of Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac. It was gifted to the seller along with a number of other old bottles from the 1960s and 70s by a family friend, the father of his friend who as a NASA flight surgeon (medical doctor to the USA astronaut corps) who died several years ago.
This very old looking bottle was very likely a gift from fellow NASA employees, including astronauts, or purchased by him from the Johnson Space Center (JSC) duty free exchange store for employees of NASA in Houston, TX.
Take a closer look at the space-related world stamps that were also purchased from the JSC Exchange Store (stamps are likely from the early 1970s).
Text on label
Price tag (in white circle on stamp package) says "JSC Exchange Store $5.00 each." The wax seal and ribbon on the bottle are intact.
Thank you for your consideration.