• Total number of bottles WWI:
    68560
  • Total value WWI:
    € 58.806.162,85
  • Average compound rate of return per year per bottle since 2007 until 2017: 20,8% - 2014: 22,3% - 2015: 22,0% - 2016: 18,2%:
  • Oldest bottle:
    1874
  • Most expensive Bottle:
    € 29.950,00
  • RAR 37 Year 1975 Cask Strength Collection :
    11,2%Current value increase per year
  • UGIE 32 Year 1977 1977 :
    12,1%Current value increase per year
  • BOWM 17 Year 1999 Warehousemen's Selection :
    32,6%Current value increase per year
  • FARC 32 Year 1981 The Family Casks for WWI :
    2,1%Current value increase per year
  • LAPH 10 Year :
    7,1%Current value increase per year
  • MOS 33 Year 1975 Rarest of the Rare :
    6,1%Current value increase per year
  • NPOR 27 Year 1981 Rarest of the Rare :
    21,2%Current value increase per year
  • NPOR 24 Year 1981 Rarest of the rare :
    10,0%Current value increase per year
  • LOCH 26 Year 1980 Rarest of the Rare :
    137,5%Current value increase per year
  • CRAG 13 Year 1989 The Ultimate :
    12,9%Current value increase per year
  • Total number of bottles WWI:
    68560
  • Total value WWI:
    € 58.806.162,85
  • Average compound rate of return per year per bottle since 2007 until 2017: 20,8% - 2014: 22,3% - 2015: 22,0% - 2016: 18,2%:
  • Oldest bottle:
    1874
  • Most expensive Bottle:
    € 29.950,00
  • RAR 37 Year 1975 Cask Strength Collection :
    11,2%Current value increase per year
  • UGIE 32 Year 1977 1977 :
    12,1%Current value increase per year
  • BOWM 17 Year 1999 Warehousemen's Selection :
    32,6%Current value increase per year
  • FARC 32 Year 1981 The Family Casks for WWI :
    2,1%Current value increase per year
  • LAPH 10 Year :
    7,1%Current value increase per year
  • MOS 33 Year 1975 Rarest of the Rare :
    6,1%Current value increase per year
  • NPOR 27 Year 1981 Rarest of the Rare :
    21,2%Current value increase per year
  • NPOR 24 Year 1981 Rarest of the rare :
    10,0%Current value increase per year
  • LOCH 26 Year 1980 Rarest of the Rare :
    137,5%Current value increase per year
  • CRAG 13 Year 1989 The Ultimate :
    12,9%Current value increase per year


Purchases

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Recently traded
RARE AYRSHIRE 37 Year 1975 48,2%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2008 days and bought it for € 340,00. The benefit per year is 11,2% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 550,00
GLENUGIE 32 Year 1977 46%

GLENUGIE 32 Year 1977 46%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 3486 days and bought it for € 165,00. The benefit per year is 12,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 355,00
BOWMORE 17 Year 1999 51,3%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 474 days and bought it for € 143,95. The benefit per year is 32,6% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 205,00
GLENFARCLAS 32 Year 1981 51%

GLENFARCLAS 32 Year 1981 51%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2016 days and bought it for € 296,00. The benefit per year is 2,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 330,00
LAPHROAIG 10 Year 40%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 4523 days and bought it for € 32,02. The benefit per year is 7,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 60,00
MOSSTOWIE (MILTONDUFF) 33 Year 1975 47,7%

MOSSTOWIE (MILTONDUFF) 33 Year 1975 47,7%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1067 days and bought it for € 280,00. The benefit per year is 6,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 330,00
BRECHIN (NORTH PORT) 27 Year 1981 56,5%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2155 days and bought it for € 200,00. The benefit per year is 21,2% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 450,00
BRECHIN (NORTH PORT) 24 Year 1981 58%

BRECHIN (NORTH PORT) 24 Year 1981 58%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 677 days and bought it for € 350,00. The benefit per year is 10,0% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 415,00
GLENLOCHY 26 Year 1980 53,2%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 496 days and bought it for € 129,00. The benefit per year is 137,5% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 370,00
CRAGGANMORE 13 Year 1989 43%

CRAGGANMORE 13 Year 1989 43%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 4522 days and bought it for € 42,39. The benefit per year is 12,9% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 110,00

 

 

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