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Kansas State Wildcat Basketball Whiskey Decanter 1971

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This is a really nice Willie The Wildcat K-STATE Liquor Bottle, dated 1971 from Purple Power Distilled Products, St. Louis, Missouri. It is in it's original box and in Great Condition!! This empty bottle, shaped like Willie The Wildcat sitting on a Basketball with "Purple Power" embossed below it, stands 10-3/4" high and has the cork and lid intact. It has most of the ATF Seal and also a Kansas Tax Stamp on it. The bottom of the bottle reads "Colonial China Created By Pat 1971 Liquor Bottle 185". There is also a small purple sticker reading "Purple Power Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 4/5 Quart 86 Proof 8 yrs. old Bottled by Purple Power Distilled Products Co. St. Louis, Mo." in the box that evidently fell off the bottle. This bottle is in very good, almost mint condition with no cracks, chips or crazing that I can find. The box shows signs of many years storage and the glue has dried and released at two corners but is still in better than fair condition. This is a really neat, old K-State Collectible, just in time for Basketball Season and would make a GREAT Christmas Gift!! Please check my other listings for more bottles and other great stuff! Shipping and Handling Fee includes insurance. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding!

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