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Old 12-15-2012, 12:16 AM
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I have an unopened bottle of Grand Old Parr in the original gold box. On the wax sealed earthenware bottle is a label stating:

"This rare old scotch whiskey has been specially selected to commemorate The First Night of Ninagawa's MACBETH The National Theatre London 17th September 1987. Bottle number 89/150".

Does anyone know anything about this event and the history of these bottles. I understand that all the actors in the cast on the first night were presented with a bottle.

Does it have a value?
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