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I've had these items for decades. They were given to me because of my Scottish heritage and people know I enjoy thing's Scottish (though it was too bad the Glenfiddish container was empty!). The Scotsman I believe was a liquor store prop used for advertising and is 9.5" tall and made of hollow plastic. The Glenfiddich container is metal, has the original cardboard liner and is slightly over 12" long. Any idea what these are worth?

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The 12" Plastic scotsman is very nice - in my store here in the chicago area I would likly price it around the $50 - $75 range... The tin is practically worthless around here, so on a good day, when the wind is blowing right and all the stars have lined up right... about $5...



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