Macallan 1967 Whisky Sells For $437,500 At Auction

A ‘one-of-a-kind’ bottle of 1967 whisky from The Macallan’s new Anecdotes of Ages Collection, with artwork by Sir Peter Blake, went for the highest amount, of $437,500.

This limited edition whisky and art collection with Blake consists of 13 one-of-a-kind bottles of the 1967 whisky, and the bottle in this auction was A New Era of Advertising. It was offered alongside a print donated by Sir Peter Blake as well as a bespoke trip to The Macallan Estate in Speyside, Scotland.

Jamie Ritchie, worldwide head of Sotheby’s Wine, said: ‘Sotheby’s Wine and The Macallan have had a longstanding relationship for many years, and it has been a privilege to sell some of the brand’s most iconic and sought-after bottles – with the A New Era of Advertising bottle now joining this illustrious group.’

The Macallan bottle was sold to raise funds for the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.

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