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Jim Beam Decanters

1969 Kentucky Derby decanter

This is a Jim Beam Kentucky Derby pink roses decanter from 1969. The front features Churchill Downs, complete with spires, two sprays of pink roses, and says “Churchill Downs, Home of the 95th Kentucky Derby.” The back features a large horseshoe with two additional sprays of pink roses and says “95th Run for the Roses.” Inside the horseshoe is a drawing of Aristides, the first Kentucky Derby winner on May 17,1875. The front of the stopper says “Run for the Roses” and the back says “Churchill Downs,” but these words are currently mostly covered up with the remnants of the original U.S. Internal Revenue liquor stamp strip, which extends down the bottle back. Since the bottle is empty, of course the stamp strip was slit in order to gain access to its contents, but we have made no attempt to clean up or remove the portion of the strip that remains. 11" tall x 7" wide x 2-1/4" deep. Bottom says “Creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co., KY - DRB-230, Genuine Regal China, © C. Miller 1969, 145, Liquor Bottle”. To the right of that are three angled letters that appear to be DHH or maybe DHN. Both the decanter and the stopper are in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. Some loss of gilding to a few of the gilded letters. Whether you’re a Kentucky Derby collector, a Jim Beam collector, or “just” someone who appreciates beautiful objects, you’re sure to love this fine old decanter! (Click on picture for more images.) Be sure to see our great selection of Kentucky Derby glasses, too! Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Historic Pennsylvania decanter

This is a Jim Beam Historic Pennsylvania decanter shaped like – what else? – a keystone. The front features the design found on the Pennsylvania State Flag, and says “Historic Pennsylvania the Keystone State.” Original paper label at the bottom says “Genuine Regal china, 4/5 Quart BEAM 86 proof, Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 110 months old, Bottled by James B. Beam Distilling Co., Clermont - Beam, Kentucky.” Back of decanter features colorful drawings of places and things associated with Pennsylvania, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and Gettysburg. Both the front and the back of the stopper say “1776". 11-1/2" tall x 6-1/4" wide x 2-1/8" deep. Bottom says  “Creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co., KY - DRB-230, Genuine Regal China, © C. Miller 196__". The last number is completely worn away. Both the decanter and the stopper are in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. Glue residue on the exterior bottom of the stopper, undoubtedly from the original liquor stamp. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

New Mexico decanter

This is a Jim Beam New Mexico decanter. Both the front and the back feature a large impression shaped like the State of New Mexico. The front impression contains a relief of the Taos Pueblo and a line drawing of a man in a fedora flanked by “Richard says: Discover New Mexico.” OK, I’ll bite – who’s Richard?* He must be (or have been) famous because his head and that fedora also appear on both the front and back of the stopper. The decanter front also says “New Mexico” and “Taos Pueblo”. Original paper label at the bottom says “Genuine Regal china, 4/5 Quart BEAM 86 proof, Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 110 months old, Bottled by James B. Beam Distilling Co., Clermont - Beam, Kentucky.” Back of decanter again has Richard telling us to discover New Mexico and features colorful drawings of places and things associated with the state, including the Old Palace of the Governors, Carlsbad Caverns, and Elephant Butte. The original U.S. Internal Revenue liquor stamp strip is virtually intact on the back of the decanter and stopper. Since the bottle is empty, of course the stamp strip was slit in order to gain access to its contents, but we have made no attempt to clean up or remove what remains. 11" tall x 5-1/2" wide x 2" deep. Bottom says “Creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co., KY - DRB-230, Genuine Regal China, © C. Miller 196__". That last number is unreadable, but looks like it’s either a 2 or an 8. Both the decanter and the stopper are in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

*Mystery solved! A nice guy by the name of Tom sent us the following email:

Hello,
Okay, I was perusing your site, and came across the New Mexico decanter, and you have in the description, who was Richard? Well, He was Richard Distributing in Albuquerque. That same face and "Richard Says" was all over on billboards here. I believe his name was Richard Zanotti. I may be interested in that bottle, I'll get back to you.
Tom
Hey Tom,
Thanks for the information. And since you did decide to buy this neat decanter, hope you enjoy having it in your collection!
Best wishes,
Miss Kitty

Price: $25.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Ducks Unlimited decanter

This is the 1974 Jim Beam Ducks Unlimited decanter. The front features a large mallard swimming on a blue water base in front of a spray of cattails and foliage. Base says “Ducks Unlimited.” The back has both of its original paper stickers. The oval one in the center reads, “Jim Beam proudly salutes Ducks Unlimited 1974-75 - Mallard. North America’s pioneer waterfowl conservation organization. For over 37 years, D.U. has been working to develop habitat, that our North American wildlife might always have ‘room to live’.” The bottom sticker reads, Genuine Regal China, 4/5 quart Beam 86 proof, Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, 100 months old, Bottled by James B. Beam Distilling Co., Clermont - Beam, Kentucky. The original U.S. Internal Revenue liquor stamp strip is virtually intact on the sides of the decanter and stopper. Since the bottle is empty, of course the stamp strip was slit in order to gain access to its contents, but we have made no attempt to clean up or remove what remains. 10-3/8" tall x 7-1/4" wide x 5-1/2" deep. Concave bottom says “© Creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co., KY - DRB-230, Genuine Regal China 1974, C. Miller, Regal China Corporation, 145, Liquor Bottle.” Over to the bottom right is a slanted “DHM”, and over to the bottom left are three more tiny marks that I can’t make out . Both the decanter and the stopper are in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

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