Johnnie Walker Blended Whisky Valuations

 

Do you want to know the value of your bottle of Johnnie Walker whisky?

Johnnie Walker is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Johnnie Walker Whisky

Johnnie Walker is the world’s most well known brand of whisky; the distinctive square bottles adorned with the iconic striding man are available in almost every country in the world. Despite being teetotal himself, Johnnie Walker began selling whiskies in 1825. He created bespoke blends in his Kilmarnock store that were created to the individual customers’ tastes.

Blended Johnnie walker whisky is made using a distinctive combination of high quality single malts that give it its unique flavour and quality. The brand is synonymous with style, even down to the precise angle at which the renowned label is applied.

A Bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1970s, worth less than £50
A Bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1970s, worth less than £50

How much is your Johnnie Walker whisky worth?

The value of a bottle of Johnnie Walker whisky varies hugely from less than £50 to staggering 4-5 figure sums for some of the most limited edition bottles or old style labels and names.

That being said, despite their popularity with drinkers, generally speaking bottles of blended whisky simply do not command the same prices as their single malt counterpart. Blended whiskies are by their nature mass produced – in order to produce the distinctive character chosen by that blender – and as such are relatively easy to get hold of.

An example of some limited edition, collectors bottles

An early bottle of Johnnie Walker white label from the 1910s, worth 3-4 figures
An early bottle of Johnnie Walker white label from the 1910s, worth 3-4 figures
Johnnie Walker Director's cut, worth 4 figures
Johnnie Walker Director’s cut, worth 4 figures
Johnnie Walker Signature
Johnnie Walker Signature & commemorative bottles are worth 3 -5 figures

An example of some standard Johnnie Walker bottles

1970s Johnnie Walker Black Label, worth less than £100
1970s Johnnie Walker Black Label, worth less than £100
1980s Johnnie Walker Blue Label, worth less than £100
1980s Johnnie Walker Blue Label, worth less than £100
1950s Johnnie Walker Red Label, worth less than £50
1950s Johnnie Walker Red Label, worth less than £50

A quick guide to the value of Johnnie Walker whisky

  • Johnnie Walker Red Label even from as far back as the 1950s are worth less than £50. This is simply because they are still so easy to get hold of.
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label bottles from the 1960’s or older can be valuable; starting to reach £100 for the 1960’s bottles.
  • Johnnie Walker Blue Label bottles older than 1980’s can be valuable; starting to reach £100 – £150 from the 1980’s and older.

If you are interested in selling your bottle we would suggest using a specialist online auction for any of the bottles listed above (Any Red Label, Blue and Black label from the 1970s or after). If it an older release (with a volume in Fl.oz.) or a limited edition bottle please get in touch for a valuation.

Collectable bottles of Johnnie Walker whisky

  • Johnnie Walker White Label was discontinued in the 1910s – during World War 1 – and so these are more collectable.
  • Old Highland, Special Old Highland and Extra Special Old Highland are the historic names changed in the early 20th century, these bottles of Johnnie Walker are highly sought-after and have reached upward of 4 figures.
  • 150th or 200th anniversary editions can achieve solid 3-4 figure prices.
  • Commemorative bottles, such as those done for Selfridges can command solid 3 figure sums even though they are modern bottles.
  • Director’s Edition bottles are worth around £500 (please note the Director’s Cut bottles are only worth around £150).
  • Signature Blends command solid 4 figure prices and are highly sought after.

If you have any of the bottles discussed above we would be happy to offer you a free valuation on your bottle.

Free valuations for your limited edition bottles of Johnnie Walker

Please not that we cannot help you with valuations for regular bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label or Blue or Black Label that is from the 1970 or more recent. Please contact a specialist whisky auction to sell these bottles.

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Do you want to know the value of your bottle of Johnnie Walker whisky?

Johnnie Walker is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Johnnie Walker Whisky

Johnnie Walker is the world’s most well known brand of whisky; the distinctive square bottles adorned with the iconic striding man are available in almost every country in the world. Despite being teetotal himself, Johnnie Walker began selling whiskies in 1825. He created bespoke blends in his Kilmarnock store that were created to the individual customers’ tastes.

Blended Johnnie walker whisky is made using a distinctive combination of high quality single malts that give it its unique flavour and quality. The brand is synonymous with style, even down to the precise angle at which the renowned label is applied.

A Bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1970s, worth less than £50
A Bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1970s, worth less than £50

How much is your Johnnie Walker whisky worth?

The value of a bottle of Johnnie Walker whisky varies hugely from less than £50 to staggering 4-5 figure sums for some of the most limited edition bottles or old style labels and names.

That being said, despite their popularity with drinkers, generally speaking bottles of blended whisky simply do not command the same prices as their single malt counterpart. Blended whiskies are by their nature mass produced – in order to produce the distinctive character chosen by that blender – and as such are relatively easy to get hold of.

An example of some limited edition, collectors bottles

An early bottle of Johnnie Walker white label from the 1910s, worth 3-4 figures
An early bottle of Johnnie Walker white label from the 1910s, worth 3-4 figures
Johnnie Walker Director's cut, worth 4 figures
Johnnie Walker Director’s cut, worth 4 figures
Johnnie Walker Signature
Johnnie Walker Signature & commemorative bottles are worth 3 -5 figures

An example of some standard Johnnie Walker bottles

1970s Johnnie Walker Black Label, worth less than £100
1970s Johnnie Walker Black Label, worth less than £100
1980s Johnnie Walker Blue Label, worth less than £100
1980s Johnnie Walker Blue Label, worth less than £100
1950s Johnnie Walker Red Label, worth less than £50
1950s Johnnie Walker Red Label, worth less than £50

A quick guide to the value of Johnnie Walker whisky

  • Johnnie Walker Red Label even from as far back as the 1950s are worth less than £50. This is simply because they are still so easy to get hold of.
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label bottles from the 1960’s or older can be valuable; starting to reach £100 for the 1960’s bottles.
  • Johnnie Walker Blue Label bottles older than 1980’s can be valuable; starting to reach £100 – £150 from the 1980’s and older.

If you are interested in selling your bottle we would suggest using a specialist online auction for any of the bottles listed above (Any Red Label, Blue and Black label from the 1970s or after). If it an older release (with a volume in Fl.oz.) or a limited edition bottle please get in touch for a valuation.

Collectable bottles of Johnnie Walker whisky

  • Johnnie Walker White Label was discontinued in the 1910s – during World War 1 – and so these are more collectable.
  • Old Highland, Special Old Highland and Extra Special Old Highland are the historic names changed in the early 20th century, these bottles of Johnnie Walker are highly sought-after and have reached upward of 4 figures.
  • 150th or 200th anniversary editions can achieve solid 3-4 figure prices.
  • Commemorative bottles, such as those done for Selfridges can command solid 3 figure sums even though they are modern bottles.
  • Director’s Edition bottles are worth around £500 (please note the Director’s Cut bottles are only worth around £150).
  • Signature Blends command solid 4 figure prices and are highly sought after.

If you have any of the bottles discussed above we would be happy to offer you a free valuation on your bottle.

Free valuations for your limited edition bottles of Johnnie Walker

Please not that we cannot help you with valuations for regular bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label or Blue or Black Label that is from the 1970 or more recent. Please contact a specialist whisky auction to sell these bottles.

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