Dunville's Special Liqueur Whisky circa 1950s
A fantastic example of Dunville's, produced at the distillery in Belfast.
A gold medal winner at the 1900 Paris Exhibition, the company went into liquidation in 1936 following the death of the chairman and the last Dunville heir.
Unlike other Irish distillers of this era, the company was actually quite profitable when it went into liquidation.
This was likely bottled in the early 1950s or late 1940s.
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