What is the impact of fill levels and label conditions on the market value of a bottle?

As we gather millions of data points, we have learned that the impact of fill level, label condition or missing and damaged packaging is significant on a per bottle basis but doesn't impact the overall market values we provide.


If you are purchasing a mint condition bottle, the price of that bottle will be close to or above the market value. If the fill level or packaging condition is not perfect, the purchasing/selling price will likely be below the market value. But this is not a guarantee.


Analysis has proved that different auction houses and bottle locations are just as important. Sometimes, a low fill level and damaged packaging did not influence a bottle's purchasing/selling price. Therefore we do not consider this in terms of the market values we present. With an elite membership, each secondary market transaction can be viewed and will give a clear understanding of the condition of the traded bottles.

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