Bisquit-Dubouché Bottle Catalog (last updated May 25, 2020)

446 regular sized bottles (including half sized bottles) and 30 magums, but still incomplete (only half bottles and up)

Introduction

The Bisquit brand has known quite a few names since it’s establishment in 1819 by Alexandre Bisquit in Jarnac. First Bisquit and Tricoche, then just Bisquit, followed by Bisquit-Dubouché when Alexandre’s son partnered with his father-in-law in 1846; after another marriage Laporte-Bisquit. Then in 1965 a merger with Ricard: Ricard-Bisquit. Another merger with Pernod took place, which led to the disappearance of the name Bisquit as part of the firm name. The brand name remained of course. Renault joined Pernod-Ricard which resulted in the name Renault-Bisquit. Then in 2009 the South-African firm Distell buys Bisquit and re-establishes the old name Bisquit-Dubouché.
Somestimes only the name Bisquit is printed in capitals on the bottle, but most of the time you can spot Dubouché or Ricard somewhere mentioned too. It could be only BD&Co or the Bisquit-Dubouché signature. By the way: I have never seen the name Laporte-Bisquit on a bottle.
The most used emblem on Bisquit bottles is the portraiture of Saint Martial, patron saint of Limoges. They choose this emblem already in 1851. In 1923 Bisquit chooses a griffion as their emblem. This is used quite often on the modern bottles. In 1951 they become official supplier to the Royal Court of England, King George VI and this also is portrayed a lot on their bottles. They also have been supplier for the Dutch court (Prince Bernard des Pays Bas).

Saint Martial emblem  Griffion emblem  Suppliers to the late King George VI  Suppliers to Prince Bernard of the Netherlands
In 1965 Bisquit moved to the Chateau de Lignères in Rouillac, a chateau that sometimes is used on the bottles. This chateau now belongs to Martell. The head-quarters of Bisquit is presently located in Chateau Bisquit in the city of Cognac.

Contents:


1. Stars and Classique
2. VS and VS Classique
3. VSOP (and VO etc)
4. Napoleon
5. XO en XO Excellence
6. Extra and Extra Vieille
7. Très Vieille, Triomphe and other old bottles
8. Vintages
9. Limited edions and other special bottles
10. Decanters
11. Magnums

1. Stars

Cognaçaise bottles:

Possibly 1930s With Bisquit in capitals on the neck label (before 1960); you are now looking towards the side of the bottle With a paper duty seal on top and with embossed letters on the glass (near bottom); est. 1950s old glass, old cap (1940s?) 1941 (old glass); emprimé en France printed on the lower edge of the label 1950s: with the emblem of the Royal Court of King George VI With 72cl and 40% stated; metal seal with star (1950s) Said to be 0.7L; Exportation Interdite printed; 1950s

Cognaçaise bottles below all have ‘BD&Co’ stated left of the emblem (around 1950s).

Bisquit in italics on the neck label Additional text in red above 'BD & co' and above 'Cognac' It says: exportation interdite (just below the three stars); Bisquit in capitals on the neck label It says: exportation interdite (just below the three stars); also 40% stated on bottom left of the label; Bisquit in capitals on the neck label 73cl stated; text in black and red (1950s); Giuseppe Alessio import, Torino; Bisquit in capitals on the neck label 73cl stated (below the stars); text in black and red (1960s); Torino import 73cl stated; text in black and red (1950s); Wax and Vitale import, Genova; UTIF nr = 139 73cl stated; text in black and red (1950s); Wax and Vitale import, Genova; import data are placed a little higher; UTIF nr = 198 73cl stated; text in black and red (1950s); Wax and Vitale is in smaller letters, starts under the 'C' of cognac 73cl stated; text only in black (1950s); Wax and Vitale import 73cl Italian import for Ditta Giacomo ...., Rome (1960s) 73cl stated on the lower left (1950-60s); Bisquit in capitals on the neck label No content stated; Französisches erzeugnis (1950s) No content stated; 40% stated; Französisches erzeugnis in bigger letters (1950s) 50cl stated; Wax & Vitale import

Bell shaped squat bottles with white labels and ‘BD&Co’ stated left of the emblem, Bisquit Dubouché & Co. (1950-1960s):

Dark green glass (1966) Pale Brandy is stated on the shoulder label(1950-60s) Same as previous, but with a paper duty seal (1950-60s) With Saint Martial stated on the shoulder label; 24 FL. OZ and 70 proof stated With Saint Martial stated on the shoulder label; 40% stated Saint Martial on shoulder label; 73cl stated, Italian import (Ruffino Pontassieve Firenze)  73cl stated, Italian import by Petrelli Carmelo, Genova for Ruffini Pontassieve  73cl stated, Italian import by Wax & Vitale, Genova (1960s)

Bell shaped squat bottles with white labels and ‘BD&Co’ stated left of the emblem, Bisquit Dubouché (1960s):

  70cl stated Content not stated   73cl stated, Italian import (Ruffino Pontassieve Firenze)

White label squat-shaped bottles with ‘Ricard’ stated left of the emblem (1965 till 70s):

70cl stated (1960s) 70cl and 40°G.L stated (1960s) 40°ALC and 70cl stated; Dutch import bij Knegtel, Tilburg Content not stated (said to be 70cl at auction), 40° stated; 1960s Content and ABV not stated (said to be 700ml at auction) 73cl Italian import; Ferraretto, Milano; 1960s 73cl Italian import; Ruffino, Pontassieve; 1960-70s 73cl Italian import; Giebi, Aosta; 1960s 73cl stated; Italian import for Delfino, Aosta With a stamp in Portuguese: 'para uso ... forcas armadas' 24 FL. OZ stated, 70 proof 12 FL OZ statd, 70 proof

Bell shaped squat bottles with yellow-brown labels, clear glass (1970s):

68,5cl, 24 FL OZ stated 68,5cl, 24 FL OZ stated; address line is shorter then on previous bottle; capsule has a punctured strip (1970s) 24 FL OZ stated 0,70L stated 70cl stated and Französisches Erzeugnis on the back Only text (abv or content or both?) on the lower left side of the label 70cl stated and gradi 40%; Italian import, Ferraretto No content or ABV stated; also not on the back. 70cl stated very small; to the right: 40% G.L.; Portuguese import (Costa Pina & Vilaverde, Porto) 70cl stated on the back; Portuguese import (Costa Pina & Vilaverde, Porto) 73cl, Italian import ( Ferraretto) 73cl, Italian import by a different importer (less text on the right edge of the label) 33 1/3 OZ stated ('FL' is omitted)  33 1/3 FL OZ stated Duty Free Sales Only stated  1 quart and 94.6cl stated; duty free sales only (1970s) 35cl

Bell shaped squat bottles with yellow-brown label, dark green glass (1970s), three stars high on the label:

68,5cl stated  68,5cl stated, for duty free sales UK only 70cl stated 70cl stated and on the back: Cognac Französisches Erzeugnis 70cl stated and on the back: Cognac Frankreich 70cl stated and GRADI 40°; Ferraretto import (1970s) 70cl stated and 40%Vol; Ferraretto import 70cl and 40% stated; on the back: cont. 70cl, gratis glas and date (12-07-79) 700ml 40%ALC/VOL and Produce of France stated 700ml stated and Produce of France 700ml, Japanese import 75cl stated, toleranza 3% - netto 73cl; Italian import 1l and 25,2 FL.OZ stated (1970s)  1L stated, for duty free sales UK only  1L (not stated), for duty free sales only

Bell shaped squat bottles with yellow-brown label, dark green glass; with embleme above the word ‘cognac’ and three stars low on the label (1980-90s):

68,5cl stated 70cl e stated; Dutch import 70cle and 40%vol stated, with a paper duty seal  No content stated 750ml stated; and 'Product of France'  70cl stated; and 'Embouteillé dans le pays d'origine' 70cl Italian import by Ramazotti 1L stated, for duty free sales only; different colour of label and Bisquit-Dubouche is placed inside the border

Modern bell shaped squat bottles, three stars Classique:

70cl, with an embossed number on the heel 70cl

Modern bell shaped squat bottles, Classique:

70cl Classique Same as previous, but a yellow label 70cl stated, with a paper duty seal 700ml stated 700ml stated and 40%ALC/VOL in smaller letters 1L Classique Same but with a paper duty seal on top

Edition Légende (on the box is written: beperkte oplage, versierde fles Eng: limited edition, decorated bottle)

Flasks:

73cl flask 50cl, 17,5 FL OZ. flask

2. VS and VS Classique

1970s 4/5 Quart VS-three star 750ml, 25,4 FL.OZ.; old type label

VS Classique, no content stated 70cl stated, VS Classique '70cl e' stated, VS Classique  750ml VS Classique 1L VS Classique 70cl, new type label without 'Classique' qualification 1L new type label

VS Flask:

35cl flask, VS Classique 50cl flask, VS Classique

3. VSOP

Old VSOP bottles, long shapes:

VO, by appointment to the late King George VI; est. 1950s VO, Italian import; with the backside visible of the five pointed star metal seal (1950s) VO, ca 35cl

VOCB, 70cl, est 1950s 72cl, 10 years old VSOP 70cl, garanti 35 ans d'age; probably 1920s VSO garanti 25 ans d'age, grande champagne (est. 1930s) WSOP garanti 50 ans d'age VSOP 70cl, grande champagne, probably 1920s; bi-coloured cap  VSOP, cognac stated on shoulder label; est 1940s

Bell shaped squat bottles with white labels and ‘BD&Co’ stated left of the emblem (ca. 1960s):
No content or ABV stated and no embossed letters at the heel; very small blob Bottle with signature, no content or ABV stated; 70cl Bottle with signature, no content or ABV stated; 'imprimé en France' in small letters printed below the emblem; 70cl 70 proof stated No content or ABV stated; the emblem in the blob is bigger The emblem in the blob is bigger; 73cl Italian import by Wax and Vitale; with a paper duty seal. (1960s) With Asian characters ; the signature is replaced by the name (still in the same style)   No signature; Fine champagne; 40 ABV stated 73cl stated, Italian import for Franchesco Marchese  Not sure if BD&Co is stated; 1 Pint 6 FL.OZ and 80 Proof stated
Flask:

35cl flask

White labels; ‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles with ‘BD&Co’ stated left of the emblem (ca. 1960s):

No content stated Strenght 30 U.P. (under proof; 30 u.p. = 40°) ABV and 70cl stated Just ABV stated (said to be 70cl) Just ABV stated (said to be 70cl); 'produce of France' left off 700ml stated on the back; Asian import 73cl stated, Italian import for I.L. Ruffino Pontassieve, Firenze 73cl stated, Italian import for Wax & Vitale N.A.A.F.I. store for H.M. Forces (Navy Army Air Force Institutes)

White labels; ‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles with ‘Ricard’ stated left of the emblem (1960-70s):

Content not stated (70-75cl); 1970s With a paper duty seal on top 35cl and 40% stated

White labels; ‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles with letters in gold and black:

Bisquit Dubouché printed below VSOP; ABV and content not stated (said to be 70cl on auction) Same as previous bottle, but with a paper tax strip on top 70cl, stated on the back; Portuguese import (possibly 1950s?) 25 floz stated; Bisquit Dubouché printed below VSOP 24 FL OZ. stated; Fine Champagne printed below VSOP  24 FL.OZ.; underneath it reads 'Bisquit Jarnac France' and below it: 'Produce of France' 25 floz 1970s 73cl stated, Italian import for Ferraretto 73cl stated, Italian import for Ferraretto; with a paper duty seal 1 US Quart stated on the left 1 US Quart stated on the right

Black labels; ‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles (1970s):

For duty free sales only stated; content not stated; 1960-70s 75cl stated on the back; Italian import by Ferraretto, Milano 70cl stated on the back; Portuguese import by Costa Pina & Vilaverde, Porto   0,70L stated 70cl stated; Französisches Erzeugnis 700ml stated and produce of France 24 FL.OZ. and 70 Proof stated 25 FL.OZ. stated; with Bisquit Dubouché stated below cognac (in stead of Fine Champagne) 73cl stated, Italian import for Ferraretto  Asian import; see back 1 US Quart stated and 94,6cl Asian import With red cap and red blob; content not stated

Yellow and brown labels; bell shaped squat bottles with black and gold capsules (1980-90s):

70cl stated in small print (possibly 1970s) 70cl stated in bigger print; 40% stated 70cl stated and 40%Vol 70cl stated and 40 G.L.; with a paper duty seal 70cl and 40 G.L. are stated in smaller letters 70cl stated and 40%Vol; Italian import, Ferraretto 70cl stated, abv stated differently; Italian import, Ferraretto No content stated; 70cl (stated on auction) 700ml Japanese import Same as previous bottle, but label on the back has text in red 0.7L stated on the back; Japanese import 700ml, produce of France stated 700ml stated ABV and produce of France for duty free sales only; 70cl, not stated 700ml Produce of France stated; for duty free sales only 1000ml stated, produce of France; for duty free sales only

Emlem in the shoulder blob (instead of VSOP); Asian import, 700ml

Yellow and brown labels; bell shaped squat bottles with gold capsules (1980-90s):

'Cognac' above 'Bisquit'; also an emblem on the main label above 'Bisquit'; 70cl Dutch import (1990s) 'Cognac' above 'Bisquit'; also an emblem on the main label above 'Bisquit'; VSOP curved on the shoulder label; 70cl (1990s) 70cl stated, much more brown-bronze coloured label; VSOP on shoulder label curved VSOP curved on the shoulder label; also an emblem on the main label above 'Bisquit'; 70cl, produce of France stated '70cl e' stated, Italian import for Ramazotti Gold coloured cap; 70cl e stated; Dutch import (1990s) Gold coloured cap; 70cl e stated; German import (1990s) 0,7 stated on the back; Asian import 700ml stated on the back; Asian import 700ml stated on the back; Asian import, different back side 750ml stated, Australian import 1L bottle

Pentangular shaped bottles:

'70cl e', fine champagne 70cl, appellation fine champagne controlé stated; Asian import 70cl stated; Dutch import by Kon. Cooymans, Den Bosch 70cl stated a little higher; Dutch import by Kon. Cooymans, Den Bosch 70cl VSOP, Ausländisches Erzeugnis 70cl, appellation fine champagne controlé stated, with a paper duty seal. '70cl e', appellation fine champagne controlé stated, with a paper duty seal. 70cl with Fine Champagne stated twice 70cl with a red capsule; old fine cognac 70cl with a different red capsule; old fine cognac; Asian import 70cl and Produce of France stated 70cl stated and 'Embouteillé dans le pays d'origine'; Belgium import for Renglet, Bruxelles 750ml and Produced and bottled in France stated 750ml stated in smaller letters 1L bottle '1Le' stated 35cl bottle 35cl bottle, red capsule 35cl, different red capsule

Modern bell shaped squat bottles:

Content not stated 70cl stated Same as previous, but with Asian text on the back 750ml stated 70cl (2019)

4. Napoléon

bell shaped squat bottles:

Napoleon grande fine champagne, 72cl The shoulder blob has a portrait of Saint Martial; content and ABV not stated (1970s)

No content stated 68.5cl stated 700ml stated 700ml and Produce of France stated 750ml stated (more clearly stated on the back) For Duty Sales Only Japanese import (stamp) With HKDNP stated 70cl, with an emblem on the label above the word 'cognac'; Italian import HKDNP For Duty Free Sales Only For Duty Free Sales Only; with 'MAHK' stated in the upper lef corner of the label

Green labels; ‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles (1970-80s):

Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; waxed top (partly disappeared); 40° stated Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; waxed top; with 'produce of France' stated 73cl (stated) Italian import; Fine Champagne and text underneath are both in black Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; 73cl stated underneath; Italian import: Wax & Vitale Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; aluminum cap; 40% stated Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; no content stated, said to be 70cl on auction Bisquit Dubouché & Co.; no content stated; with a paper seal on top   Bisquit; 24 FL.OZ and 70 proof stated 24 FL OZ and 70 proof stated; Napoléon is printed in smaller letters  No content stated, with a paper duty seal; Italian import 73cl stated on the back; Italian import: Ruffino-Pontassieve, Firenze  Content not stated; Madeira import with JNV mark (Junto Nacional de Vinho) NAAFI Stores for H.M. Forces Asian import, Asia characters on the lower end of the label 700ml stated on the back; Asian import, on the front a sticker with Asia characters No content or abv stated (70cl); with 'cognac' printed above 'Bisquit' 40°ALC left and 70cl right; with 'cognac' printed above 'Bisquit'; Belgium import (Fourcroy, La Haye) 70cl; with 'cognac' printed above 'Bisquit'; text on the back is in English 70cl left and 40°G.L right stated, Portuguese import by Costa Pina & Vilaverde, Porto (1970s)

Pentangular shaped bottles (1990s):

70cl 70cl, with a paper duty seal on top 70cl, Japanese import (click to see back side) 70cl, content not stated 70cl, content not stated; Dutch import by Kon. Cooymans, Den Bosch 70cl stated to the left of 'Napoleon' 750ml

5. XO and XO Excellence

70cl stated and 40%vol Looks like previous bottles, but more clearcut lettres and 40%vol is printed a little wider 70cl stated and 40%vol, with a paper duty seal 700ml stated and 40%ALCVOL 70cl stated, different neck 70cl; With a paper duty seal (Hacienda, Mexican import) 70cl stated, another different neck 70cl e; Fine Champagne stated beneath Bisquit. 35cl

6. Extra and Extra Vieille

Extra vieux (est. 1950s, could be older)

bell shaped squat bottles:

 72cl Extra (1940s) 73cl stated 73cl stated; different stopper; Italian import by Wax & Vitale Content not stated, Extra (said to be 70cl) (possibly wax in shoulder blob has fallen off) With a paper duty seal (only remainders visible) Content not stated, Extra not in red (said to be 70cl) same as previous bottle and probably has lost its neck label

Extra Vieille grande fine champagne; 40% stated; with 'N' in the shoulder blob Extra Vieille grande fine champagne; 40% stated; the 'N' in the shoulder blob is wrong sided (1950s)  Extra Vieille grande fine champagne, over 45 years old 68,5cl stated and 40%vol, low on the label; less wide bottle (1980s) Extra Vieille grande fine champagne, 70cl and 40° stated Extra Vieille grande fine champagne, 70cl and 40° stated; Italian duty seal on top Extra Vieille grande fine champagne, 70cl and 40%vol stated; with an Italian paper duty seal. Extra Vieille grande fine champagne, 70cl and 40%vol stated; cap made of yellow wax No abv or content stated

‘Pinte de Paris’ bottles:

0,7L stated 70cl stated; Französisches Erzeugnis Only 40% stated 25 FL OZ stated (vaguely below 'Extra Vieille') With 40°ALC stated vaguely just below Extra Vieille; Dutch import by Jan van Breda, Rotterdam 73cl stated on the paper shoulder label; abv stated (Said to be 73cl) Content 73cl stated on the back, abv stated; black waxed cap with a duty seal; Italian import, Ferraretto, Milano No content or abv stated 75cl stated on the duty seal (click to see on back side) 700ml stated on the back; Japanese import

7. Très Vieille, Triomphe and other old bottles

Maxim's restaurant, presumed 1948 vintage 70cl Tres Vieille (poss 1930s) 37 cl Tres Vieille (poss 1930s) Bisquit Hors d'Age (presumably bottled 1960s)  Triomphe, content not stated  73cl stated, Wax & Vitale import (1960s) Triomphe 73cl, with Fine Champagne stated; Italian import for Wax & Vitale (50-60s) Bisquit fine cognac Saint-Martial 50-60s Saint-Martial, fine cognac; without name below 'Saint-Martial'. Gold Reserve, old liqueur cognac Hors d'Age

8. Vintages

1786 1800 Laporte-Bisquit 1804 GC 1811 GC 1811 GC, without the embossed letters at the heel 1811 GC, with 73 cl stated 1811 GC, with 73 cl stated and with a duty medaillon 1814 GC I think it says 1820, GC 1820 GC, red cap and different cadre around the year 1840 GC 1840 GC, different cap, smaller shoulder blob 1840 GC, white cap 50cl 1848 GC 1854 VSOP Fine Champagne 1858 GC 1858 GC with a duty medaillon 1858 GC, the year is stated differently, not in a frame 1858 GC, different cap and green blob 1865 GC 1865 GC, selected for England; without its capsule 1865 GC, selected for England; with its capsule and with 'selected for England' in a bigger font 1865, same as previous but with embossed letters on the heel of the bottle Now the text is: Selected for Great Britain'; bottled 1950s (estimated) 1868 GC 1868 GC, different label 1868, année 1868 in red 1868 GC, with embossed letters on the glass below the label 1868 GC, 1/5 Gallon stated; US import (Illinois) 1874 GC 1875 fins bois, vieille réserve 1878 GC, selected for Great Britain 1884 GC, seelected for Great Britain 1888, bottled 1929 1891, landed 1893, bottled 1912 1898 GC 1898 GC, without the embossed letters at the heel 1904 GC, selected for Great Britain 1904 GC, selected for Great Britain; different finish 1904 Réserve de Laporte Bisquit 1914 GC, red cap 1914 GC, yellow cap, selected for Great Britain 1922 GC, selected for Great Britain 1935 70cl (Avery & Co.) Bisquit Dubouché 1937 GC

9. Limited editions and other special bottles

No. 1:

No. 1 Long Drink No. 1 Long Drink, with a paper duty seal

Monopole:

Said to be 70cl 1930s Said to be 70cl; BD&Co stated (vaguely) left of the emblem; 1950s With 'Exportation Interdite' stated ; 1940s Wit Französisches Erzeugnis stated

Chateau de Lignères:

Grande Réserve (possibly not Bisquit but from previous owner of Chateau de Lignères) Vieille Réserve (possibly not Bisquit but from previous owner of Chateau de Lignères)  Chateau de Lignères, fins bois (est. 1950s) (possibly not Bisquit but from previous owner of Chateau de Lignères) 10 years old, 70cl Different label, 70cl stated Chateau de Lignières and Vieille Réserve Privé in a coppery colour Same as previous, but with a paper duty seal

Légende:

70cl stated VSOP Légende, content not stated 70cl with a different picture on the label 70cl VSOP Légende with sun, moon and stars (Légende is stated on the box) 70cl, not stated; Dutch import by Kon. Cooymans, Den Bosch 75cl VSOP Légende with sun, moon and stars 1L, stated on auction

Interlude:

70cl stated 750ml stated Content not stated Without the casknumer, bottlenumber, cellarnumber and date specified and without the neck attachement (70cl)

Cohiba:

70cl, grande champagne 70cl, grande champagne; papr duty seal on top with 'appellation grande champagne controlee' stated

XO:

XO Gold  XO Rose Gold; number printed in upright lettertype (2014) XO Rose Gold, number in italics 1L bottle XO Rose Gold

Other:

Bisquit old liquor cognac, note the 's after Biquit (BISQUIT'S)est before WWII  Bisquit old liquor cognac, Far East edition (1950s) Bisquit old liquor cognac, Far East edition, different cork (1960s) Golden liqueur, grande champagne Over 35 yo grande fine champagne; selected for Great Britain Grande Fine Champagne (could be a vintage...?) Hors d'Age (1960s) Hors d'Age, réserve de Jan Wisniewski; 70cl Napoleon 'spectacles'; 70cl 70cl Privilege, grande champagne hors d'age 0,7L Gold Réserve (content stated on the bottom) 50ml Etoile de Bisquit; Asian import 700ml Prestige; 70cl and 700ml stated (content and ABV stated twice) 70cl prestige (content and ABV stated just once) 70cl Prestige; For Duty Free Sales Only and MAHK stated on the back Asian sticker on the neck; 700ml on the back 70cl Prestige; Asian import, Castella Far East Limited Bicentenaire 1789-1989, Extra Vieille Bicentenaire 1789-1989, Extra Vieille; Asian import Prestige (2012) Year of the goat; 70cl stated (2015) Camarade, 500ml 500ml Camarade, Malaysia Duty Not Paid Indonesia Duty & Excise Not Paid  Haute couture, 35cl Haute couture 35cl, with HKDNP stated

Cask of porcelain (R.A.) Cask of Haviland Limoges porcelain

10. Decanters

Papaya shaped decanters:

Napoleon, GFC, no content stated; red stopper Yellow stopper, content not stated; Napoleon fine champagne Napoleon fine champagne, content not stated Napoleon fine champagne (stated differently), content not stated; no sticker  Same as previous, but with a paper duty seal; 75cl stated on the back With a see-through sticker  The green colour could be an artefact; 70cl stated on the back, Portuguese import Napoleon 70cl stated (cru not stated); with produce of France in two languages Napoleon 70cl stated (cru not stated); with a paper duty seal Napoleon content not stated (cru not stated); with produce of France in two languages 75cl Extra; said to be 4/5 quart and 80 proof 75cl Extra; on the back is 4/5 quart stated; with a paper duty seal XO, 70 cl stated on the front 70cl and 40%VOL ANIDRO 28 stated; Italian import, Ferraretto (1970s) XO, Japanese import; 70cl stated on the back XO, Asian import; 0,7 cl stated on the back, differently XO, Asian (Chinese?) import; 70 cl stated on the back 70cl, for duty free sales only (see back); MAHK stated, with an additional seal around the neck  70cl, not stated; For Duty Free Sales Only, see back; MAHK stated on front 70cl, additional seal around the neck  Contenido neto 700ml stated and 40% G.L.; Mexican import 700ml and 40°G.L. stated, Singapore Duty Not Paid, imported by Jardine Marketing Services  700ml stated; imported by Jardine Wines & Spirits, Singapore (Singapore Airport Duty-Free Emporium)

Square 50cl bottles (1960s):

Three stars with a paper 'label'  three stars without a paper 'label'  With paper label on front Napoleon

Other decanters:

Grande fine champagne (prob. napoleon grade), Italian import, Wax & Vitale (1960s)  Privilege Extra (1990s) L'Éternité Origin, made of Crystal de Bohème ($19.000, 2016)

11. Magnums

3 stars; prob. 1.5L (height is 49cm) 1.5L; BD&Co; content not stated (said at shop); ca. 1960s 1.5L; Ricard; content not stated (said at auction); ca. 1960s

Triple magnum VSOP (ca. 5L) Said to be 5L, could be more; with blob and neck emblem (click to see it next to a regular bottle) Magnum; height is 44cm Said to be 7L on auction, but this probably is the triple magum too (hight 44cm, width 17cm) ca. 3L VSOP 1.5L  1.5L; with stamp 1.5L fine champagne; label without signature 1.5L, different finish 5L magnum, pinte de Paris bottle VSOP magnum 1.5L with signature on the cap 1.5L 'pinte de Paris' bottle; Wax & Vitale import, with a license number below the emblem Magnum 'pinte de Pairis' bottle; no license number below the emblem 1.50L VSOP 1.5L stated 1.5L, Italian import 1.5L; gold coloured cap and fine champagne stated on the shoulder label 1.5L (not stated); For Duty Free Sales Only 1.5L Napoleon 1.5L Napoléon 1.5L Napoléon; different neck Napoleon magnum, 148cl stated at bottom; Italian import, Wax & Vitale, Genova 1.5L Extra (1950s) 1.5L vintage 1854 1.5L vintage 1898 1.5L vintage 1898; with embossed letters on the heel of the bottle


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  1. I have a 50 cl Bisquit Dubouche modele depose pentangular bottle and i can not find it in the net. What it is and where it is from and when. I would be thankful if i could have the reason to my problem.

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