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I have a bottle of 1955 moet and chandon dry imperial with an unbroken or cracked alluminum seal in  its original carton. How much is this worth?

Hi Kenny,

I'm afraid you'll find it difficult to sell any NV Champagne of this age because it's extremely unlikely that it will still be drinkable after so long.

Thus it has no value, although I'd try it for the experience - but being prepared to find a Champagne that's lost its fizz and developed a brownish color and an aroma of wet cardboard or nail varnish.

Sorry but I think this is on its way to the tip!




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