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Rare Antique 1913 Pre-Ban Pernod Fils Absinthe Glass Bottles

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:: Set of two rare Pernod Fils small Absinthe bottles with the labels overprinted "Fabrique en 1913" (made in 1913). These bottles were the very last stock produced by Pernod before the ban in 1914. They were stored away for safekeeping and then a quantity were released 25 years later for export in 1938 with this special overprinted label, only to have many of them then destroyed during WWII. Though the absinthe has dissolved in both bottles, one has the original seal unbroken. Who knows maybe there is still a whiff of something special inside! They are amazing and very hard to find little bottles and would be a great addition to a liquor bottle or label collection or would simply look great on the shelf or bar as a conversation piece! Each measures 3" x 5".

Item ID: 1838

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