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A classic gin from the 1970s. Launched in 1959, Bombay Dry Gin preceded Bombay Sapphire, with this 75cl bottling having been produced for export to Italy.  More info
$178.48
Still available today, a bottle of H. Stone’s London Hill Dry Gin from the 1960s is a rare collectible, and yes, that does appear to be Sellotape around the top.  More info
$214.18
Oldmoor Noble London Dry Gin, produced for the Italian market. This bottling dates from the 2000s.  More info
$71.39
Discombobulating but delicious, this Batshit Mental gin is made with malt spirit from Scotland and aged for 3 months in England in a cask previously used for a batch of FEW Barrel-Aged American Gin!...  More info
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$43.06
A lion defends this Nicholson London Dry Gin from the label. However, if you've come this far to hunt down a 1970s gin, don't let him scare you away now!  More info
$142.79
A bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin from the 2000s/noughties/naughties/that one, produced for the export market.  More info
$53.55
Booth’s High & Dry was originally marketed as the driest gin in the world but is sadly no longer made. The 1960s bottling is a rare treat.  More info
$178.48
A bottle of Holloway's London Dry Gin from the 1960s, with an illustration of one of the Queen's Guard on the label. Did you know that if you type into Google "who stands", one of the autocomplete...  More info
$214.18
Bottled for sale in Italy, this London gin from the 1970s must have taken a wrong turn somewhere...

Already sold out? Not to worry, we have plenty more Antique Spirits here!...  More info
$178.48
A limited edition design of the classic Beefeater Dry Gin. Made of over 1000 different images of the capital, the 'My London' bottle was designed by Coley Porter Bell, but really, it was made by the...  More info
$24.45
This is a London Dry Gin distilled during the 1970s and is bottled under the Harding brand name.  More info
$178.48
A 1980s bottling of Todd's London Dry Gin, produced over 20 years ago and still in very good condition. It even features a portrait of a chap (potentially Todd) with a very imposing moustache. We're...  More info
$142.79
This extremely rare King Size (70cl) bottle of London Dry Gin was bottled back in the 1960s.  More info
$178.48
This is a 1970s bottling of Christopher's special Dry London Gin.  More info
$124.94
Does what it says on the label. Bathtub Gin, aged in a 20 litre barrel previously used to hold Bitters. Is Batshit-Mental. Also delicious.  More info
A bottle of Beefeater London Dry Gin, produced in the late 1970s for the American market. Tasty stuff from years ago.  More info
$142.79
Horse Guards might sound like they protect the horses, but really they were a regiment of the British Army for keeping the peace. The old brand of London Dry Gin was named after them. It was bottled...  More info
$178.48
This is a rare 1970s bottle of London Dry Gin, produced and bottled in London by Sir Robert Burnett and Co. White Satin is a traditionally styled dry gin. Very collectible.  More info
$142.79
A stonkingly good gin made by Adnams, who are already renowned for the cracking range of beer. They make this using 13 different botanicals, and the results are silky smooth, with a characteristic...  More info
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Plymouth English Gin 1.5l
(150cl, 41.20%)
A magnum bottle of Plymouth gin. This is handmade in copper pot stills in Plymouth, The recipe dates back to 1896.  More info
Cask-Aged Gin - Batch 3
(50cl, 43.30%)
When Professor Cornelius Ampleforth acquired some octave casks (only 50 litres capacity as opposed to the more usual 250 litre hogshead) what did he decide to do with them? Make cask-aged gin of...  More info
A rare Gilbey’s Extra Dry Gin made in Germany during the 1970s with frosted glass bottle.  More info
$142.79
Cowen Sloe Gin
(50cl, 26%)
Produced by the Cowen company, this is a deliciously tart, tangy English sloe gin made with ripe berries and London Dry Gin. It's great when served neat, or long with tonic water and plenty of ice.  More info
$24.11
A beautiful looking gin from Berry Bros. This was made to a special recipe, and the name No.3 refers to the address of BBR - Number 3, St James's Street. This is made with juniper at its heart, with...  More info
$59.00
Yep. Exactly what it says on the tin (or bottle, if you're going to be picky). Bathtub Gin which has been aged in a cask which held Pedro Ximénez Sherry and was used to finish the Darkness! Ardbeg...  More info
$44.55
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