Ezra Brooks Gold Nugget Casino Golden Rooster Decanter – Jim Beam Style
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Ezra Brooks Gold Nugget Casino Golden Rooster Decanter. Made in 1969. Labels are good. Cork is good, not going to force it. decanter is approx. 10" tall x 7 1/2" long x 4 3/4" wide. PayPal only! 48 Continental States Only! Please ask any questions you may have. Questioned will be answered quickly and some within the hour. Disclaimer : All bottles are considered empty unless we state that they are full!. Questions must be asked, please do not assume anything. We answer questions everyday and many are answered within the hour. We can provide additional pictures if necessary. We've had some complaints about our shipping prices, we take the utmost care in packing our decanters. This requires extra supplies, bubblewrap, peanuts, ect. We feel our shipping charge is fair and accurate. If you feel our shipping is too much please DO NOT bid on our items. Shipping always includes tracking numbers, very quick service. Items are packed with care so that they arrive safely. And excellent communication. We will permit sales of unopened collectible containers that still contain alcohol as long as each of the following conditions are met and stated verbatim in the listing: The value of the item is in the collectible container, not it's contents.* The container has not been opened and any incdidental contents are not intended for consumption. The item is not avalible at any retail outlet, and the container has a value that substantially exceeds the current retail price of the alcohol in the container. The seller will take all appropriate steps to ensure that the buyer is of lawful age in the buyer and seller's jurisdiction. ( generally 21 years of age.) * Bottles of wine are not permitted as thier value is generally based on the the wine in the bottle rather than the bottle itself.