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Cognac Flasks: The L. Bernardaud Co. Produced Limoges Porcelain “Book-Shaped” Cognac Flasks In 1969 Containing Camus Grande Marquis Cognac To Commemorate The Bi-Centennial Of Napoleon’s Reign As Emperor Of France

These Limoges porcelain book-shaped flasks measure 4 1/2 inches wide, 7 1/2 inches tall and 2 3/4 inches deep. In 1969, these flasks were of limited production by the L. Bernardaud company. They commemorated the bi-centennial of the reign of Napoleon as emperor of France. The portrait of Napoleon is very detailed and the numerous gilt decorations are also very crisp. They once contained 4/5 quart of Camus Grande Marquis Cognac.

One comment on “Cognac Flasks: The L. Bernardaud Co. Produced Limoges Porcelain “Book-Shaped” Cognac Flasks In 1969 Containing Camus Grande Marquis Cognac To Commemorate The Bi-Centennial Of Napoleon’s Reign As Emperor Of France

  1. John Denys
    November 3, 2014

    Does anyone know where I can find more information on the cognac in these bottles? I have one of the green ones and it is still full. If anyone has tasting notes I’d like to read them.

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This entry was posted on December 11, 2010 by in Camus, Cognacs, Flasks and tagged , , , .
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