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Jim Beam Minnesota Viking Decanter

(c) 1973 | Regal China Handcrafted


This is a very fun and unique piece - especially if you are a VIKINGS Fan or have ties to Minnesota. Perfect display piece for your bar or kitchen.

-- Genuine Regal China - bright purple/blue and gray
-- Viking image wearing typical war gear - helmet with horns, gold sword & gray shield
-- Shield reads: MINNESOTA THE LAND OF VIKINGS
-- Back reads: AD 1362 | Kensington RUNESTONE*

Bottom stamped:
Creation of James B. Beam Distilling Co. KY-DRB-230 Genuine Regal China 1973 C. Miller Regal China Corporation 145 Liquor Bottle DHN


MEASUREMENTS
H: 14 in.
W: 6 in.
D: 3-1/2 in.


CONDITION
GREAT! There is wear to the Jim Beam label, located on the front and liquor stamp seal, on the back (see photos). The cork is broken; part is attached to the helmet and the rest resides in the decanter.


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* The Kensington Runestone is a slab of greywacke covered in runes on its face and side. It was discovered tangled in the roots of a tree, located in Solem, MN in 1898 by a Swedish immigrant farmer. It was named after the closest settlement Kensington. Mystery surrounds the stone as to how it ended up in North America, questioning its authenticity. However, if genuine, it suggests Scandinavian Explorers reached North America in 1362, 130 years before Columbus and his crew.

Jim Beam Minnesota Viking Decanter

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: ceramic
  • Feedback: 38 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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