Details from yesterday’s Bonhams Whisky Sale
Busy day today. Here are the details of Bonhams Whisky Auction yesterday. It included some classics.
NOT A DRAM LEFT AFTER YESTERDAY’S BONHAMS WHISKY SALE
A packed saleroom of high-spritied bidders from all over the world competed vigorously for the 355 lots on offer yesterday at Bonhams Whisky Sale in Edinburgh. With hundreds of absentee bids already in place prior to the sale commencing, an astounding 100% of lots had sold by the end of the day.
The high demand for quality single malt and blended whiskies by international investors and collectors confirmed that growth in the market contiues to expand healthily, with the total sale reaching well over a staggering £138,000.
Among the top performing brands were Ardbeg, Bowmore, Highland Park, Glenfiddich, Glenfarclas, Port Ellen, The Macallan and Springbank.
Highlights of the sale included a rare miniature of Springbank-1919 £1500, Black Bowmore-1964 £3000, The Macallan-1938 £1800, The Macallan-1950 £1020, The Macallan-40 year old £3600, Springbank-1958 £960, Laphroaig-40 year old £1200, Port Ellen Maltings-21 year old £1620, Bowmore-35 year old-1964 £2760, Macallan-1946 £1800 and Glenfiddich-40 year old £2040.
Bonhams Whisky specialist Martin Green, says: “This is one of the most successful whisky sales on record with the highest percentage of lots sold in the 20 year history of whisky auctions.”
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